(SHELBYVILLE) Macon, Music & Mules is creating toe-tapp'n fun every day through Sunday. It's at the Cooper Steel Arena at the Walking Horse Showgrounds in neighboring Shelbyville (721 Whitthorne St.). This family-friendly event opens each morning at 8:00 o'clock and continues into the evening, plus--the Cowboy Church will be held there at 11:00 o'clock Sunday morning.
WGNS' Bart Walker hopped on a mule train and met Gloria Christy at Macon, Music & Mules . . .
Christy said, "A stroll through Pickersville, will bring back memories of earlier Uncle Dave Macon Days events. Remember--as you walked along, you would pass rows of pickers and each was playing a different song. The music would fade from one song to another. It's that way in Pickersville too. And just like Uncle Dave Days, most of these musicians met a few minutes earlier and are totally enjoying a jam with new connections."
Don't worry about rainouts! In case of rain, the Walking Horse Show Grounds in Shelbyville have indoor as well as outdoor stages.
Admission is free, however they do encourage donations that go to the local veterans group, and there is a daily parking fee of $10.
Again, Macon, Music & Mules is going on daily--now through Sunday (Sept. 28, 29, 30 and Oct. 1). As mentioned, the fun begins at 8:00AM each morning and continues until 9:00PM at night, except on Sunday when it concludes with a 6:00PM worship service in the family center tent.
For more information, visit the Macon, Music & Mules website: https://www.maconmusicandmules.com