Lots of people are wondering how this new festival is going to work. The Muletown Musicfest is a not-for-profit community collaboration whose focus is to bring attention to the great businesses and talented people that call Maury County home. This is both a free event and a ticketed event.
Everyone is welcome to come to the square and enjoy free music at a dozen shops and numerous spots outside on the square throughout the day and evening. Entertainment like Farmer Jason, the Instrument Petting Zoo and live music performances everywhere. There will be numerous food tents from restaurants around Maury County plus the staples already on the square like Puckett’s, Square Market, 822 South and Muletown Coffee ready to make you feel at home.
In addition to numerous free attractions there will be 2 special venues that will require the purchase of a wristband. The wristband allows you to go to any of the 2 ticketed venues to see headlining live music. (Puckett’s Upstairs and Westbury House.)
Artists include Jason Eskridge, The Long Players, Leyla McCalla and more artists more will be announced regularly. You can choose your personal favorites and stroll between the three venues enjoying the food, music and entertainment on the square.
Proceeds from this festival will directly benefit the United Way of Maury County.
This event has been created by a team of dedicated, volunteer community members with the help of Maury County Convention and Visitors Bureau, Arts in Action, and Kiwanis Club of Columbia.
Watch for ticket sales to begin and more artist announcements.
Map of participating businesses, with more to be announced:
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