Come one, come all to the 19th annual Southland Jubilee! This family-friendly festival is held in the heart of Lake Oconee’s hometown, downtown Greensboro. Spend the day enjoying local entertainment, handcrafted art and gifts, a classic car show, and last, but certainly not least, your favorite festival foods!
Save The Date: 21 April 2018 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Start your day off right at Southland Jubilee with a delicious, old-fashioned funnel cake! It’s everyone’s favorite festival treat. You just might grab another on the way out…or two.
There’s plenty of fun for all ages and the train is a hit at Southland Jubilee! Afterward, take your family by the children’s area for more entertainment including face painting, bounce houses, and more!
Enjoy live music starting at 10:30 a.m. on Southland Jubilee’s Reynolds Plantation, Ritz-Carlton, Lake Oconee Main Stage. The Lake Oconee Academy Band of Titans will kickoff the day with jazz, followed by the Young and the Elder, an Indie rock band and Rolling Thunder, the USMCE band. Finishing off the day is the motown group John Dunn and the JazzMen.
Agricultural exhibits will allow guests to hold small baby chicks, visit the petting zoo and other farm animals including calves, sheep and ducks from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., sponsored by Farm Bureau and 4-H.
If you are a classic car fanatic, you just might drool over the vintage cars on display at the Georgia Classic Cruisers Car Show. Stroll past beautifully restored antiques, classics, muscles, hot rods and more. It’s the perfect photo op!
Let yourself splurge a little on handcrafted items from a variety of vendors. Whether you are shopping for yourself or a loved one, you are sure to find a one-of-a-kind piece among the talented vendors at Southland Jubilee. You might even get a head start on Mother’s Day and Father’s Day gifts!
Downtown Greensboro is home to a unique selection of local boutiques, shops, and markets. Explore Genuine Georgia for an item handcrafted by an artist in Georgia or peruse the latest trends at Maggie Lane.
Visit VisitLakeOconee.com to discover more at Lake Oconee!