The 69th Annual Lee County Tobacco Festival


Saturday October 28, 2017


History of the Lee County Tobacco Festival

The Lee County Tobacco Festival was established in 1949.  It is the longest running tobacco festival in the state of Virginia.  It is also Lee County’s oldest annual parade. This year we will celebrate the 69th year of the festival.  Throughout the years the festival was hosted by various community organizations, but beginning in 2012 a tax exempt 501 non-profit organization was formed.  Friends of the Tobacco Festival was founded to preserve the the festival’s heritage and ensure its future continuance.

Committee Officers

Friends of the Tobacco Festival
PO BOX. 404


Meetings are held on the first Tuesday of each month, at the Pennington Gap community center @6pm.

All individuals, churches, civic groups, etc… are invited and encouraged to attend.


Did you know?
The Lee County Tobacco Festival is an official designated stop on The Crooked Road, Virginia's Heritage Music Trail.