Logandale Fall Festival History

The Logandale Festival was begun in 1988 by the Southern Nevada Bluegrass Music Society which was formed in 1975. One of the first and oldest bluegrass festivals in the western US, the club discontinued it in 2007.

In 2014, local Logandale businessman Rik Eide, with the help of music coordinator Brian Burns, brought the Logandale Fall Festival back to life.

The Fall Festival is proving to be just as popular as ever with more to do than just a music event. As you wander the main grounds of the Clark County Fairgrounds, you’ll hear wonderful bluegrass from top bands in the region, smell amazing barbeque drifting through the air and be intrigued by the sights of the many local vendors and craft offerings. By bringing together something for everyone we hope you’ll enjoy Logandale Fall Festival.

nv150logoIn its first year, the Festival earned a distinct honor when it was approved to be an “Official Nevada 150 Event” as part of Nevada’s Sesquicentennial celebration.This designation helped the festival gain much more exposure as it was linked to numerous other activities taking place in the state for the 150th celebration of Nevada’s Statehood.

The Logandale Fall Festival has proven to be bigger and better each year, and we look forward to the best Logandale Fall Festival this year.


Logandale Fall Festival Recognized As Official Nevada 150 Event

A Family-Friendly Success

Fall Festival Enjoys Strong 2nd Year

NV 150 Events Scheduled Nevada Day Weekend