April 4, 2021 - Oneida, Tenn. - Rugby's own resident Gerald Hanwright will be among the music acts at this event, performing at 11:30 a.m. EDT. But the 21st annual event is much more. The Spring Planting and Music Festival on Saturday, April 24, showcases traditional arts and crafts as well as music throughout the day.
Traditional activities, such as old-time toys, woodcarving, hand spinning yarn, old-fashioned embroidery, farrier services, trapping, farm animals and birds of prey, plowing with mule and horse teams, planting sorghum seed, and basic gardening will be on full display. Bring a lawn chair or a blanket and enjoy a great day of good food and music. And check Historic Rugby's website for lodging here that is nearby so you don't have to rush away.
Here are the other music acts scheduled to perform: Smoky Mountain Flute Circle, Knoxville Area Dulcimer Club, Spruce Creek Ramblers, David Howard, Higher Ground, Second Chance Revival, Joe and Sherry Lemay, Standing Stone.
For more from the National Park Service about the event, look HERE.