1Bailey’s Barn Music Festival
May 12 & 13
2590 Tom Anderson Road, Franklin
On Friday, May 12 and Saturday, May 13, Bailey’s Barn, at 2590 Tom Anderson Road in Franklin, will host a music festival. Gates open at 4pm, entertainment begins at 5pm, with Little Raven on the stage followed by Greg Pope & the Popmonsters, The Wacky Friday, Cosmic Shift, and Halcyon.
Continuing on Saturday, gates open at 11am, entertainment at noon with Red Vans, Second Nature, The Blue Necks, The By Gods, Ravenhill, Damien Dogs, Juice Skywalker, Halcyon, Cosmic Shift, and The Natchez Tracers.
2O’More College of Design Fashion Show
May 12, 6pm
O’More Campus, 423 S Margin St, Franklin
O’More College of Design’s annual fashion show will take place on Friday, May 12, at 6 p on the O’More Franklin campus. Work from students and alumni, in conjunction with designs from faculty member Kevin Crouch, will be on display – all connected by “The Power of Design to Transform.”
Sat, May 13, noon
The Franklin Rodeo Parade will trot through downtown Franklin next weekend, in the official start of the Franklin Rodeo season.
On Saturday, May 13 at noon the parade starts. See the parade route here.
May 13, 8a-1p
Franklin Farmer’s Market @ The Factory at Franklin, 230 Franklin Rd, Franklin
Farm fresh strawberries, a sweet way to start the summer at the Franklin Farmers Market! The 2017 Strawberry Festival will have lots of strawberries, fun and games for the kids, and the best homemade strawberry shortcakes you’ll ever eat! We are planning for a bumper crop of very sweet juicy strawberries! Bring the kids and some friends!
May 13, 8a-1p
Nolensville Farmers Market, 7248 Nolensville Rd, Nolensville
Celebrate all things strawberry with the Nolensville Farmer’s Market on May 13th. We will have a strawberry photo booth, strawberry tastings, a special strawberry giveaway from Williams Sonoma in the CoolSprings Galleria, strawberry shopping totes and more fun!
May 13, 8a-5:30p
Percy Warner Park, 7311 Tennessee 100, Nashville
Some of the best horses and riders in the world will be competing in seven races for over $500,000 in purses at Saturday’s 76th Iroquois Steeplechase, presented by Bank of America. For the spectators who have long anticipated the second Saturday in May, and “Nashville’s Rite of Spring,” it’s never been more convenient to enjoy the day hassle-free.
7SixtyFour at Mellow Mushroom
Sat, May 13, 6m
317 Main Street, Franklin
SixtyFour, a Beatles cover band, will play at Mellow Mushroom this Saturday from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. It will be the perfect evening to enjoy music and pizza in the extended patio area created just for this event.
No coolers or outside food is allowed. Food and drinks are available to purchase from Mellow Mushroom to consume on the patio. Bring chairs and blankets for seating. This is a very popular event, so come early!
May 14 , 11a-5p
The Factory at Franklin, 230 Franklin Rd, Franklin
The Sunday Market returns May 14th to The Factory at Franklin from 11:00 am – 5:00 pm. The Sunday Market will feature handmade goods from 40 local artisans, as well as high-quality vintage, finds. Market admission is free.
9Take Your Mom to Brunch
Celebrate Mother’s Day this year at one of the many great local restaurants in Williamson County. See our list of great places to take Mom this Mother’s Day for Brunch.