Huntersville Traditions Day is an annual festival held in Huntersville, the first county seat of Pocahontas County. Huntersville was settled in 1821. Come enjoy mountain music, learn the traditions of the Appalachian heritage and more!
Friday night, listen to old time country music, watch the cloggers and enjoy a country dinner, also take part in our annual pie auction. Saturday includes old time country music throughout the town, wagon rides, demonstrations such as blacksmith, quilting, chair canning, broom making and wool spinning and walk through the Civil War encampment. Take tours of the Huntersville Jail, Huntersville Museum and the Presbyterian Church which served as a hospital during the Civil War.