Charlotte Frontier Days was founded in 1970 by Steve Musselman. Musselman set out to enhance the city of Charlotte through community involvement with a festival that, still today, draws in thousands of people from Michigan and beyond. Musselman put together a successful and entertaining festival that has become a tradition for many for more than 40 years.
With profits from the first festival, bleachers were donated to Charlotte High School. Since then the Charlotte Frontier Days board members have made donations to the Charlotte, Public library, Charlotte public parks, and much more, making Frontier Days vital to the City of Charlotte.
The First Annual Charlotte Frontier Days festival featured a parade, queens contest, outdoor club rodeo, and an arts and crafts show. Keeping with tradition, Charlotte Frontier Days continues to offer many of these same activities and so much more. The unlimited activities, fun for all ages, and the great community are what keep this festival alive!
All shows in Saloon are 21+ to enter and 21+ to purchase alcohol.
No smoking inside. Please bring a valid form of ID.