Crowds around the Square
The small college town of Oxford, MS swells in size the last weekend of April, as it hosts the Double Decker Arts Festival. Oxford’s largest spring event draws a crowd of 65,000+ people from near and far to the historic downtown Square for a weekend of food, music and art.
Tried and true tasty temptations set up all around the Courthouse; all locally owned. Some of the past vendors include cult-classic favorites Taylor Grocery, Sunday’s Best, Sleddog’s, MemPops, Blind Pig Pub, as well as newcomers such as Oxford Creamery, Walk-On’s and The Tea.
Food vendors set up around the Square
People come from far and wide to display their work at this festival and each vendor is unique with their products. Some items include home decor, kitchen items, paintings, jewelry, and more. One requirement to be a vendor at the festival is the products have to be hand-made, so visitors can expect to find one-of-a-kind items to purchase.
Art vendors set up around the Square
This free concert includes music Friday night and all-day Saturday. Past headliners include Brett Young, The Revivalists, Jason Isbell, St. Paul and the Broken Bones, The Avett Brothers and more. Other featured acts include Tank and the Bangas, Houndmouth, Maggie Rose, Shoves and Rope, Lucero and many more. Put your dancing shoes on and get ready for a good time!
Mavis Staples performs to a crowd of fans
Plans are already in place for the 26th annual Double Decker Arts Festival scheduled for April 28-29, 2023. Mark your calendars and start planning your trip by visiting VisitOxfordMS.com. For up to date information, visit DoubleDeckerFestival.com