Events at Loews Hôtel Le Concorde, Québec
The Main Street Festival also features more than 200 artisans & crafters, three stages, two carnivals and an international food court to round out a full weekend of entertainment. Presented by First Tennessee and produced by the Heritage Foundation of Franklin and Williamson County and the Downtown Franklin Association, the weekend event is expected to attract more than 100,000 visitors to a full slate of family-oriented activities, non-stop musical entertainment and international flavors of more than 20 food vendors.
Handmade work to be exhibited includes original oil and watercolor paintings, pottery, jewelry, furniture, woodworking, ornamental iron, stained glass, photography, home and garden accents, birdhouses, leatherwork, and much more. In addition to a juried arts and crafts show, the festival offers a special area of children's activities on Third Avenue South between City Hall and the Old Courthouse. Free entertainment is offered continuously on three stages - the First Tennessee Stage on the Public Square, the Heritage Stage on Fourth Avenue North and the Beer/Wine Garden Stage on Fourth Avenue South.
Free entertainment is offered continuously on three stages - the First Tennessee Stage on the Public Square, the Heritage Stage on Fourth Avenue North and the Beer/Wine Garden Stage on Fourth Avenue South. Click here for the full entertainment schedule.
There will also be a full-scale, traditional carnival at North Margin Street and Second Avenue North--the site of the future City of Franklin Bicentennial Park. The carnival opens earlier than the festival on Thursday and goes through Sunday. Thursday nights and all day Sunday are wristband days at the carnival, during which a $20 wristband offers unlimited access to the rides.
Three stages at the festival offer continuous free entertainment.
Info Phone: (615) 591-8500
April 28-April 29, 2012
Saturday 10:00am - 7:00pm
Sunday 12:00pm - 6:00pm
Thursday and Friday 5:00pm-10:00pm