BELL BUCKLE, Tenn. – More than 800 art and craft and food booths line the streets for the juried Webb Art & Craft Show 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Oct. 20 and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Oct .21 in historic Bell Buckle.
The juried show located on the old Sawney Webb lot on Maple Street will showcase more than 100 talented artists along with exhibitions and a food court. Live music with a hay bale seating area is also featured.
More than 100,000 people visit during the weekend for the talent of the exhibitors, variety of wares, ambiance of the town and more.
The Webb Show features handmade arts and crafts such as pottery, metal works, wood working, textiles, jewelry, old fashioned soaps and lotions. Though the Webb Art & Craft Show is the original show and the backbone of the weekend’s festivities, there are more than 700 more vendors set up all over the tiny town for the entire weekend.
Other booths throughout town offer a variety of fun and tempting goods. The best place to park to get to the Webb Show is the ball fields at Webb School. Though there are plenty of parking lots on all sides of town, the Webb lot is the closest to the juried show. There will be a Boy Scout troop on site to direct parking.
This Show has grown to such proportions in recent years that the Bell Buckle Chamber of Commerce is putting up a map on their Facebook page to show visitors the best places to park as well as locations for handicap parking, porta toilets, first aid stations and more.
For more information, contact the Bell Buckle Chamber of Commerce at 931-389-9663 or visit www.BellBuckleChamber.com.
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