National Sand Bass Festival

National Sand Bass Festival
"On The Square Madill, Oklahoma"

Family, food and fun are the three landmarks of the 2015 National Sand Bass Festival as it has been since its beginning. Businessmen and community leaders designed the Sand Bass Festival to bring the resources of Madill and Marshall County into the spotlight and festivals were held each summer from 1963 through 1975. The crowds grew from a few thousand to over 20,000 people from across the nation. The Festival was discontinued but not forgotten. Efforts began the summer of 1987 to bring back the Festival and the 2015 National Sand Bass Festival marks the 41st time the Square will be filled with Sand Bass Festival fun..

There is something for the entire family - from tiny babies to great-grandparents. Free concerts by Nashville Recording Artists, carnivals, car shows, arts and crafts booths, terrapin races, baby crawling contests, talent shows, car shows, fishing contests and more "good wholesome family fun." This family atmosphere brings thousands of guests to Madill and Marshall County each year to enjoy the National Sand Bass Festival.

The original Festival made good memories to share with family and friends. The new Festival is a great place to make golden memories. Bring the family to create some exciting tales to share with future generations of the National Sand Bass Festival on the Square in Downtown Madill, Oklahoma

Sand Bass Festival History

National Sand Bass Festival Midway with Ferris Wheel.
Sand Bass festival Midway with rides, fun and games for everyone.