Festival President, Mike Stanfield, is extremely pleased to announce that fast-starting Virginia Tech Football Coach, Justin Fuente, will attend the 2017 Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival® and serve as a Special Guest at the Partlow Insurance Sports Breakfast presented by Grange Insurance.
The article, by Chloe Mulliner, is headlined: “Say ‘see ya’ to winter in these 25 cities;” and, it is subtitled: “Celebrating the change in seasons in these top destinations;” and there, in the Top 25, is Winchester, Virginia, and its famous Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival®
Festival President, Mike Stanfield, is pleased to announce that Bojangles will be the Official Tailgate Sponsor for this special 90th edition of the Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival®, and they have launched a “Win-a-Tailgate-Party” Contest that will reward a lucky resident of the Bloom Nation with a free, catered Tailgate Party for both the 2017 Parades.
Festival President, Mike Stanfield, is pleased to announce that the inaugural United Capital Ladies’ Commonwealth Presented by Winchester Weightloss will be held at 11:00am on Friday, May 5th, 2017, in the elegant Ballroom of the George Washington Hotel.
A variety of talent took to the stage for the third and final round of auditions for the annual 2017 Car Credit Nation “Apple Blossom’s Got Talent!” contest, held Wednesday Feb. 15 at the Bright Box Theater in Winchester. Congratulations to our top ten that will move on to the semi-finals!
President Mike is now pleased to add a brand-new contest, based on pink-and-green creativity, and the idea that there is no upper limit to how much one should decorate one’s self and/or one’s house at Festival time. “Doors in Bloom” – an area-wide door-decorating competition!
Continuing in that healthy direction, Festival President, Mike Stanfield, is proud to announce that the Festival is collaborating with the Stonebrook Club of Winchester to create the brand-new Stonebrook Club Amateur Tennis Tournament presented by Partlow Insurance.
The Festival’s latest accolade comes in an online “Viewfinder” article produced by travel-giant, Expedia. The article, by Chloe Mulliner, is headlined: “Say ‘see ya’ to winter in these 25 cities;” and, it is subtitled: “Celebrating the change in seasons in these top destinations.”
Festival President, Mike Stanfield, is very pleased to announce that, for 2017, Festival Organizers have been able to line up fast-rising, good-looking, popular young Nashville-recording artist, Granger Smith [featuring his country boy alter-ego, Earl Dibbles, Jr.], as the headline act!
Governor Terry McAuliffe announced that The Shenandoah Apple Blossom Festival® received $25,000 from the Virginia Tourism Corporation Marketing Leverage Program grant fund. In total VTC awarded more than $772,000 for 62 tourism marketing projects across the state to help increase visitation and revenue for Virginia’s localities through tourism.