BROWNSVILLE, Tenn. – The 14th annual Hatchie Fall Fest attracts more than 8,000 attendees with festivities like kid's games and activities, cooking contests, live music, arts and crafts and food beginning 10 a.m. Oct. 21 on the town's historic court square.
This year's entertainment includes Southern gospel, country, rock, rock-a-billy, rhythm and blues and more. Among the entertainers are the Barnetts, Tee Rainer and Company, Professor and the Bull, Roses Unread, Los Cantadoras, Mississippi Boomers and Sweet Angel.
The Memphis-based rock roots band Under the Radar take the stage as headliners at 7 p.m. This band consists of three young men (13, 14 and 15 years old) who are taking the rock world by storm. They have opened for bands like Kansas, 38 Special, Loverboy, Saliva and more. The band started in 2014 and is set to release their first album this fall.
Stage performances include the Haywood High School Show Choir and the Henderson-based step team Code Blue. Listen to blues music 1-4 p.m. provided by the West Tennessee Blues Society and featuring JD Taylor and Tyler Goodson on the Amphitheater stage.
Along with great music, festivalgoers can browse more than 100 arts and crafts booths and local merchant sidewalk sales. The Frozen T-shirt Contest is back, as are the Pet Show and Blessing, Cake and Pie Baking contest, wrestling, and corn hole competitions.
Admission to the festival is free and open to the public.
For more information and a complete schedule of events, visit www.hatchiefallfest.com.