10/12-13: Hoedown On The Harpeth

Tune your banjo and rosin up that fiddle bow: it’s time for a hoedown!

The third annual Hoedown On The Harpeth is this weekend, October 12 and 13, on Hayseed Farms in Kingston Springs. The festival celebrates Tennessee’s country roots through live concerts, barn dances, impromptu pickin’ sessions, goods from local artisans, and—because no Southern event is complete without it—home cooking from local vendors and food trucks.

You can bring your camping gear and stay on the grounds overnight or opt for the new day tickets for just a taste of the festival. But however you decide to attend, we encourage you to pull up a seat and experience some of Tennessee’s richest musical culture and history.

Get more info on the fest and tickets here, and enter our giveaway to win free tickets to the festival.

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