BROWNSVILLE, Tenn. – Hatchie Fall Fest will celebrate 15 years when the festival takes place 10 a.m. Oct. 20 in downtown Brownsville. Admission is free and open to public.
Festivalgoers from all over the Mid-South will gather for an event that has grown to attract more than 8,000 attendees annually. The family-friendly celebration includes kid's games and activities, contests, live music, arts and crafts and lots of food.
This year's musical entertainment begins at 10 a.m., and includes:
10 a.m.: Haywood High School Show Choir
11 a.m.: The Barnetts
12:30 p.m.: Sandy Bishop
1 p.m.: Mississippi Boomers
2 p.m.: Roses Unread
3 p.m.: Code Blue Hip Hop Steppers
4 p.m.: The Dirt Pilgrims
5 p.m.: Tee Rainer & Company
6 p.m.: Vonda Peet
Along with great music, festivalgoers can enjoy browsing over 100 arts and crafts booths and local merchant sidewalk sales. The Frozen T-shirt Contest is back, as are the Pet Show and Blessing, wrestling, and corn hole competitions.
The Hatchie Fall Fest is held annually on the third Saturday of October.
For more information, visit www.hatchiefallfest.com.
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