FRANKLIN, Tenn. – MADE SOUTH is held June 30 to July 1 at The Factory at Franklin.
The event showcases 100 of the finest artisans and makers from Tennessee and across the South. These artisan makers have products available for purchase, and food and drink tastings are included in the ticket price. Guests can expect bites from local chefs and samples from six to eight regional distillers.
Tickets range from $15-29, with VIP options available, and can be purchased at www.madesouth.com/events.
VIP tickets grant guests access to an exclusive shopping preview 5-9 p.m. June 30 as well as early admission to the event 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 1.
This year, all MADE SOUTH events have partnered with Eli Mason, Eat Y’all and Barrett Sovereign, and a portion of the ticket proceeds from the Franklin event will benefit New Hope Academy.
About Made South
MADE SOUTH was created by Nashville native and fourth generation Tennessean Chris Thomas, who is passionate about reshaping the way people think about Southerners. In an effort to bring regional craftsmen and artisans into the national spotlight, Thomas hosts MADE SOUTH events across the South East where producers and consumers can meet, and where the creativity of Southern goods is celebrated and supported. In addition to supporting these artisans, MADE SOUTH also produces its own locally made goods, such as coloring books, apparel and more, found in the online shop, and recently acquired Eli Mason Cocktail Mixers. For more information, visit www.madesouth.com.
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