Eagleville's Fall Street Fesitval Sept. 23rd

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The City of Eagleville will host a day long, downtown street festival on Saturday, September 23rd is the first weekend of Fall, and the folks in Eagleville will celebrate with its annual downtown street festival.

City Manager Andrew Ellard notes that there will two stages featuring musicians performing throughout the day, artisans' exhibits, a children's area with fun jumps and games, a petting zoo, and of course a variety of vendors.

Ellard suggested, "Bring a lawn chair or blanket to relax and enjoy the sounds, or listen while perusing arts and crafts, homemade goods, farmer's market and a variety of other vendor booths. The Fall Festival will include something for the entire family to enjoy."


Performers on the Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital stage and the Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation stage include several regulars from around Middle Tennessee and the Nashville area. Attendees will be treated to a family-friendly lineup of Americana throughout the day - Blues, Country, Classic Rock, Contemporary Christian, Bluegrass, Gospel, and Folk from Allie Chambers, Jordan's Shore, Mid-State Cloggers, Tommy Welton & Jackson Thatcher, Lindsay Huggins, Uncle Shuffelo & His Haint Hollow Hootenanny, and National Endowment of the Arts Heritage Fellowship award-winning Thomas Maupin with Daniel Rothwell & the Overall Creek Band.

The Fall Festival is being made possible through generous contributions from corporate sponsors. "Thank you" to Stage Sponsors, Saint Thomas Rutherford Hospital and Middle Tennessee Electric Membership Corporation; and Partner Sponsors, Thompson Services, Arrington Vineyards, Crosslin Building Supply, Eagleville Eye Clinic, Farm Sales & Service, Bush Hog, Maple Street Grill of Eagleville, and Wastequip.

Additional information on event schedules, entertainment, vendors, etc. will be coming soon. Vendor registration information is available at www.EaglevilleTN.com or (615) 274-2922.

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2017, Eagleville Street Festival, first weekend of fall, September 23, WGNS
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