4/7: Edgehill Rocks

Edgehill Rocks is back again for it’s fourth year, and the lineup is as exciting as ever. This Saturday from 10–4, head down to Villa Place between Horton Avenue and Edgehill Avenue for music, food, and arts and crafts from some of the best local vendors. If you want a taste of what Edgehill Rocks is like, check out their video from the 2017 festivities here.

Music begins at 11:00 with a show from School of Rock Nashville followed by Carly Rogers and many more. The final performance will be from Great Peacock at 3:00. Edgehill Rocks is free and family friendly (and you can bring your dog). More info is available on the event page here.

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