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Franklin TN's 28th Annual Main Street Festival This weekend April 30th-May 1st!

Franklin TN's 28th Annual Main Street Festival

This weekend April 30th-May 1st! Franklin's Main Street Festival

 

 

Once again, the Heritage Foundation of Franklin and Williamson County

brings to you over 200 booths of crafts, 3 stages of music, food, and TWO Carnivals for a weekend of family fun and entertainment.

 

 

 

 

Franklin's Main Street Festival

 

 

In addition to all of that, Yoko Ono has brought the "Come Together" show to the old Gray's Pharmacy building during the festival. Starting today, Friday April 29th and through Sunday, you can see over 100 pieces of art by John Lennon, former Beatle.

 

Downtown Franklin, TN is expecting over 100,000 people to wander Main Street between First and Fifth Avenues. The handmade works by 100's of Artisans are the biggest draw to this festival with items that include pottery, jewelry, paintings, original ornamental iron pieces, leatherwork, stained glass and lots of fun things to buy!Franklin's Main Street Festival

 

The International Food Courts and the Third Avenue Kids court will balance the day for the entire family. The kids will love the inflatables, petting zoo and rock climbing wall.

 

Watch for Bobby Langley, former basketball star, who will be selling and signing his new book, Ruby's Son: A Journey from Poverty to Peace.

After weeks of wind and rain, Mother Nature looks like she will bless the Festival with good weather for a change.

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Connie Harveyis a local agent with Pilkerton Realtors, serving home buyers and sellers in Nashville, TN, Brentwood TN, and Franklin TN. Let her help you realize your Real Estate goals. She can be reached at 615-371-2474.


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