Hank Williams Festival

46th Annual Salute To A Legend

FRI., JUNE 6-SAT., JUNE 7, 2025

Georgiana, Alabama

Craig Morgan and Diamond Rio were the featured headliners in 2024.

Expect an even better show in 2025.

Georgiana, Alabama


FREE Karaoke Thursday night, June 5, under the Hank Williams Pavilion located behind the Hank Williams Boyhood Home Museum in Georgiana. Concert by Lee & Marie Hart from 6:00-7:00. Karaoke for the public 7:00-10:30. You must go to the stage to sign-up to sing. Bring your chairs.

Colon Leatherwood, one of the festival’s most popular entertainers will return

Brad Magness, along with Tammy Sue and Ronna will appear both days

Williams lived several years as a boy in a house that is now the Hank Williams Museum. Adjoining the house and museum is a five-acre park, which is the site of the festival.

It is at this location that thousands of faithful Hank Williams fans and lovers of country music gather each year to renew old acquaintances, fellowship and listen to some of the best and original country music in the world.

The festival is located about one mile east of Interstate 65 at Exit 114.

The Hank Williams Festival is an outdoor event, sponsored by the Hank Williams Museum. There is no reserved seating. Bring your lawn chairs. No lounge chairs, coolers, food, drinks, or pets can be taken into the park.


If you are interested in setting up a booth, or selling at the festival, please call: 334-376-2555 for more information.

In addition to our regular 15-20 entertainers, there will be several well-known country artists appearing. The Selection Committee usually finalizes the list of artists by February. This year’s lineup will include the best of international, national, regional and local stars that we can get.

In the past, many great entertainers have performed on the festival’s big stage, including George Jones, The Oak Ridge Boys, Ray Price, Loretta Lynn, Gene Watson, and many other “Greats”.

NOTE: If you are in the area before the festival, stop in at Hank’s Boyhood Home And Museum. This is the home Hank lived in. The address is 127 Rose Street, Georgiana, AL 36033.