the Sedalia Center

The Sedalia Center is home to some of the most anticipated annual food and music festivals in southwest Virginia, drawing loyal attendees year-after-year from the local communities of Big Island and Sedalia, as well as from the cities of Lynchburg, Amherst, Roanoke and Bedford.

Founded in a 1991 by a local beloved medical Doctor, Bill McCabe and his artist wife, Annis McCabe, The Sedalia Center has enjoyed its years operating as a non-profit, with its mission of inspiring all to explore the living arts and the art of living… and along the way discover the creativity and imagination in each of us.

We are located in beautiful Bedford County, Virginia; conveniently situated between Roanoke, Lynchburg, Smith Mountain Lake and Lexington.  Sheltered beneath the Blue Ridge Mountains, the campus spreads across 17 acres of sunny green lawns and wildflower meadows.




Our History

The Sedalia Center has enjoyed its years operating as a non-profit, with its mission of inspiring all to explore the art of living and the living arts.

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Our Sponsors

We cannot do this without your help. Together we will positively impact lives… and along the way discover the creativity and imagination in all of us. Please consider becoming a sponsor.

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Our Events

The Sedalia Center is home to some of the most anticipated annual food and music festivals in southwest Virginia.

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Our Vendors

We cordially invite you to be part of our festivals and events at the Sedalia Center. Your booth will be a welcome addition and we hope you’ll choose to join us.

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