Williamson Weekend: 5 Happenings This Weekend

1. Main Street Festival Franklin


WHAT: The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County’s 36th Annual Main Street Festival will take place Saturday, April 27, 2019 – Sunday, April 28, 2019.

One of the largest events in the Southeast, the festival is expected to draw a crowd of about 100,000 for a fun-filled weekend of music, arts, and crafts, food and children’s activities.

Attendees will be able to shop among the over 200 vendors of arts and crafts along with a variety of food trucks, enjoy live entertainment, and more.

WHEN: Saturday, April 27 – Sunday, April 28

WHERE: Main Street, Downtown Franklin

2. Sara Sells


WHAT: It’s the once a month warehouse sale where you can purchase home furnishings, accessories, lighting, and more for up to 60 percent off retail. Get there early for the best selections.

WHEN: Saturday, April 27 (8 a – 1p)- April 28, (1p – 4 p)

WHERE: 8436 Henry Horton Highway, College Grove

3. Spring Movie in the Park, Brentwood  

WHAT: Spend a spring evening at Crockett Park for a movie night. Featured film will be Mary Poppins Returns. Don’t worry about bringing dinner as food trucks will be on site.

WHEN: Saturday, April 27, 6 p

WHERE: Crockett Park, 9025 Crockett Road, Brentwood

4. 7th Annual Food Truck Festival

WHAT: It’s the 7th annual Food Truck Festival at aMuse’um. The festival recruits some of the best Food Trucks in the region. A ticket will get you into the event where you can enjoy live music, cold beer, and a sampling from several popular food trucks.

Tickets: $50/per person. Ticket price includes food, beer, and live music by The Gabe Allen Band. Follow the link below to purchase your tickets today.

WHEN: Saturday, April 27

WHERE: Corner of East and Woodland, Columbia

5. NFL Draft Experience 


WHAT: The NFL Draft is in Nashville with fan experiences available all weekend. Fans can enjoy activities at Nissan Stadium then head to Broadway to enjoy a lineup of free music.

WHEN: Friday- Saturday, April 26-April, 27

WHERE: Downtown Nashville – Nissan Stadium