Many thanks to all the special guests attending this year, including Betty Lynn, Roland White, Peggy McCay, James Best, Maggie Peterson, Elizabeth MacRae, George Spence, Morgan Brittany, LeRoy McNees, Margaret Kerry, Karen Knotts and George Lindsey, Jr.
2014 Mayberry Days Tickets
Select tickets for the 2014 Mayberry Days are now available. You can purchase them online or by phoning the Surry Arts Council at 336.786.7998 during normal business hours. Additional shows will be announced at a later date.
The Surry Arts Council appreciates the continued support from
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Mayberry Days has a full range of shows for the whole family every day of the festival. There is bluegrass music, variety shows, beach music, educational lectures, gospel music, comedy & magic, and just plan fun! Learn more about all these shows and purchase tickets early so you don't miss any of the fun.
The Mayberry Confidential is the official festival newspaper of The Surry Arts Council and your guide to all Mayberry Days events and other great shows, concerts and arts programs during our 2013-2014 SAC Season. Copies are still around town throughout the year.
Be sure to support the businesses who advertise in the Mayberry Confidential and tell them "thanks for supporting Mayberry Days and the Surry Arts Council!"
Click on the image to download a PDF version (3 Mb).
|Mayberry Days wouldn't be the same without David Browning as The Mayberry Deputy, and Allan Newsome as Floyd the Barber. The Surry Arts Council appreciate all their efforts, along with the other tribute artists to make the festival so much fun for everyone.|
for their support of Mayberry Days
|Mayberry Days has something for kids and those
of us who are kids at heart. Lots of free events and children's
activities along with games of skill and mental challenges.
Highlights include Autograph Sessions, Mayberry Days Golf Tournament,
Trivia Championship for youth and adult, Mrs. Wiley's Tea, WBMUTBB
Silent Auction, and Pickleland to name a few. More fun that you can
throw a rock at!
See all the details and plan your weekend of fun for the whole family.
Barbecue Cook-off will return in 2014 with another weekend of great
food and fun. Starting on Friday night, cookers from all over
the state will be tending the fires to create some of the best
tasting NC barbecue this side of Mount Pilot. Barbecue judging is
Saturday morning. Special Guests will announce the winners on stage
at the Blackmon Amphitheatre Saturday afternoon.
Pre-Order your 1-lb containers of barbecue by calling SAC at 336.786.7998. The cost is $10 each. Barbecue sandwiches are available starting at 10 a.m. in front of the Andy Griffith Playhouse.
Information for barbecue cookers interested in completing this year can find all the information on our Barbecue Cook-off page.
Mayberry Days T-shirts feature "The Old North State" on the front and a photo collage of some of the great special guests over the years on the back. These are still available at the Andy Griffith Musuem Gift Shop (you do not need to pay admission to the musuem to purchase).
|For driving directions and
an interactive map from your hometown to the Andy Griffith
Playhouse, click on the map at the right. Once you are in town, you
can use the Mayberry
Days Venue Map to help you get around town.
Local hotels fill up so early reservations are recommended. There are many hotels and great Bed & Breakfasts in Mount Airy and the surrounding communities. Visit the Mount Airy Chamber of Commerce website at www.visitmayberry.com or call 800.948.0949 or 336.786.6116 for information.
Once you arrive in town, stop by the Mount Airy Visitors Center, located inside the Chamber of Commerce building at 200 N. Main Street "under the big copper clock" downtown for more area information and maps.
|Whether you live in Mount Airy or are traveling in for the festival, volunteering is a great way to show your support of events like Mayberry Days. Help make the good times happen! If you have any suggestions or would like to help out, please let send us an email or stop by the office or Information Station and ask how you can help.||