3rd Annual WV Day Festival 
Call Us: 304-216-9445
A celebration of West Virginians, heritage, talent, and home

Saturday June 14-15, 2014 
Holly Gray Park in Sutton, WV
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Welcome
Don't miss out! There will be giveaways, competitions, and entertainment both days.
FREE DVD
To the first cars through the gate until we run out! Free stickers for next 100 cars to enter.
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The West Virginia Day Festival is an event that aims to raise awareness and instill pride about West Virginia's heritage. We hope to feature many proud West Virginians, culture, and talent by staging this event and highlighting the positive and unique background of our fine state.
Games, activities, and a tent and play area
Games and prizes will be held all day. There will a children's' tent with games and a changing area and nursing area for little ones
Live Music
3 Pit Mud Bog
(Deep Pit, 18-24" Pit 
& Speed Pit)
Car Show
Food Vendors
wv-day-trifold.pdf
wv-day-trifold.pdf
Please feel free to download a current copy of the WV Day Festival Flyer, but it will be changing soon. We are still adding entertainment, sponsors, partners, and regulations for the 2 day, 2014 West Virginia Day Festival!
Jeff Ellis' song "West Virginia Hills" discusses how as youth many of us can't wait to get out of West Virginia. National media always tells us how great everywhere else is and how bad we have it. I left West Virginia many times in search for adventure and fortune, but no matter how sweet the paradise I found my heart yearned to go back home to those West Virginia hills. This is just a short video of the land the natives love so much. We simply wouldn't trade our natural beauty and blue collar heritage for anything.