This stage is set in the farm's largest natural amphitheater and will play host to a national lineup of talent on both festival days and will feature design elements inspired by Harlinsdale Farm. Midnight Sun was the Champion Tennessee Walker stallion who stood for 25 years and who is buried at Harlinsdale.
This stage is set in a beautiful, rolling natural amphitheater and will also play host to a national lineup of headliners on both festival days. With featured design elements of Harlinsdale and of the music history of the region. The Gold Record Road is a route of connected highways and backroads that courses through New Orleans, the Mississippi Delta, Tupelo, Memphis, Helena and through Nashville to Franklin. It is this very road that fronts Harlinsdale Farm!
This stage is located in a brand new horse arena flanked by grass terraces and is the perfect listening and dancing stage. Patrons will be able to get up close and personal as a great lineup of legendary and new acts play in this wood-clad, country theater with the Harpeth River flowing by just 100 meters away!
Our local stage of ASCAP-curated artists performing in the famed Shady Grove Lounge amidst hammocks and beanbags with fine wines served from the City Winery Barrel Bar. Come check it out!!
The 2016 Little Pilgrims area is on track to be the most engaging and entertaining area in the entire festival this year! Meet the artists
In addition to renowned children’s musicians, the Little Pilgrim’s Family Stage we will include:
Join us in the Fender Art Barn and see artist works by Lexie Alexander, Joseph Bibb, Michael Damico, Sorrel Duggen Tapestry Project, Catherine Erb, Anne Goetze, Arthur Kirkby and Michael Weintrob. Meet the Artists!
The Kitch-n-tell stage will be a hotbed of family friendly activities and shows featuring: