Known for it’s antebellum homes, Natchez has the distinction of being the oldest city on the Mississippi River. Two of it’s citizens, however, are pushing to have it recognized for something else… something they believe will have an economic impact on their community of “monstrous” proportions.
Happening the first weekend in November, this event promises to bring tourists to enjoy another great thing about Natchez… The first documented account of a Bigfoot encounter in North America!
Band Stand on Natchez Bluff
Bring chairs and blankets. Food vendor will be on site.
7:30pm - Harry and the Hendersons
9:30pm - Legend of Boggy Creek
Magnolia Bluffs Casino
• Beer & Food
• Entertainment by Ben Lewis.
• Free for sponsors & invited guests
• Limited amount of tickets available for purchase. ($100)
9am - National Anthem by Tony Fields
Welcome by Mayor Dan Gibson
9:30am - YZ Ealey with Casey Gilbert
10-10:45am - Gabriel Bass & friends
10:45-11:30am - Ben Lewis
11:30-12:30pm - Alvin Youngblood Hart & Papa Mali
12:30-2pm - Scratch
2-4pm- Hannah Everhart
Natchez Grand Hotel (banquet room)
$15 preordered, $20 at the door
(Tickets cover ALL lectures)
4pm-5pm - MK Davis
5:30-7pm - Dr. Jeff Meldrum
7:30- 9pm - Todd Standing
Chief of the Natchez, Hutke Fields will be a very special guest at the Birthday bash. He’s coming in all the way from Oklahoma. Sponsored by Dr. Charles Borum and Family.