Gates are at 3:00pm.
Music starts at 4:00pm
And we have a talented lineup from all over the Southeast: Singer and Texas fiddle player Amanda Shires, who has been touring with her husband Jason Isbell, as well as folk legend John Prine, was the Americana Music Association’s emerging artist of 2017. She headlines the one-day fest. We’ll also have golden-voiced phenom Joshua Hedley whose new record “Mr. Jukebox” on Third Man Records echoes the classic country sounds of Roy Acuff, Johnny Paycheck and Willie Nelson; Nashville’s gritty funny Lilly Hiatt, the daughter of songwriter John Hiatt; veteran Southern rockers and songwriters Bloodkin of Athens, Ga.; and Grammy-nominated drummer/singer Cedric Burnside, grandson of late blues legend R.L. Burnside, who tours with a two-man stripped-down act that captures the raw energy of Mississippi’s hill country blues. Plus craft beer and wine and food trucks. Downtown, by the spring, under the trees at Big Spring Park East.