The annual Bluegrass Along the Harpeth Festival will be held Friday, July 26th and Saturday, June 27th in Franklin’s town square. Music begins at 7 p on Friday night until 10 p. Saturday, will bring a competition at 10 a with contestants performing on the mandolin, flat top guitar, fiddle, banjo, and more. Guests can enjoy art, food with special musical guest Crosswind 2 and Deanie Richardson.
Since its founding in 1990, the festival has grown to be a Franklin staple that brings visitors to the quaint downtown Franklin. Many individuals flock to the event sharing a love for the music and the history that it represents. Over the years, the Bluegrass Along the Harpeth Fest has stayed true to its mission of preserving old time music and dance by bringing many unique and classic experiences to festival goers. This year, the festival will honor Franklin’s own Grand Ole Opry stars Sam and Kirk McGee.
This is a free event that is fun for the whole family. Bring your lawn chairs for seating. All proceeds will benefit the Williamson County Cultural Arts Commission.