The Daily Herald’s Feature on Muletown MusicFest 2016

Thanks to our awesome friends over at Columbia’s favorite newspaper, The Daily Herald, for the cool article about Muletown MusicFest 2016! If you missed it, no need to wait for the library to get the microfiche (do you kids even know what we’re talking about?)… you can read it and share it with your friends right here: http://www.columbiadailyherald.com/news/local-news/muletown-musicfest-announces-lineup  

Listerhill Sponsors Muletown MusicFest 2016

Our wonderful friends at Listerhill Credit Union have once again stepped up and sponsored our event. We could not be happier to work with these good people once more to bring you another Muletown MusicFest. Thanks to community minded organizations, such as Listerhill, Columbia and Maury County are showing that we are the place to be in Tennessee. So, join …

Get the Facts

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. FREE EVENT Everyone is welcome to come to the square and enjoy free …

Muletown MusicFest brought record days for downtown businesses

Columbia Daily Herald –  JAY POWELL The economic impact of Columbia’s first music festival saw record sales days for downtown businesses, and an opportunity for some residents to visit places they might have passed by for years. Muletown MusicFest organizer and Columbia resident Rick Clark reported the final tallies during last week’s meeting of the Columbia City Council. Despite inclement weather …

MusicFest comes to Muletown

Columbia Daily Herald – JAY POWELL The downtown streets of Columbia came to life with music as the first Muletown MusicFest pushed on despite early forecasts of scattered rain and much-too-cold-for-comfort temperatures. The weekend’s festivities began with a capacity VIP crowd packed into Puckett’s Upstairs on Friday night. The night featured a high energy two-hour-long concert from Tim Akers &The …

A unique blend of tourism and entertainment

Muletown MusicFest will kick off a weekend of events and live music tonight, and organizers are saying it’s going to be a jam-packed blend of entertainment, community and fun. Friday’s VIP event at Puckett’s Upstairs will feature 16-piece horn band Tim Akers and the Smoking Section. Friday’s events will also feature the relaunching of 822 South, formerly Lucille’s Restaurant and …

Nashville Scene picks Muletown MusicFest

Nashville Scene – JIM RIDLEY Some 35 music acts, by my count, are set for this inaugural music festival on the town square in Columbia, and a lot of those acts are tops — folks like Jason Ringenberg, Tommy Womack, Phil Madeira, the Nashville Symphony Horn Quartet, Peter Cooper with Thomm Jutz, even John Oates appearing with 18 South little …

Muletown MusicFest in the Herald

We want to thank our friends at the Columbia Daily Herald for keeping the community informed. Of course, we like to see ourselves in the local paper too. If you missed this one, its worth a read. Thanks Jay Powell. http://columbiadailyherald.com/news/local-news/muletown-musicfest-organizers-reveal-lineup    

Columbia to host inaugural Muletown MusicFest

Tennessean – JULI THANKI On Oct. 3, Columbia, Tenn., will host the inaugural Muletown Musicfest, a celebration of live music as well as local dining and businesses. The majority of the festival, which will be centered on the Public Square, is free and open to all ages. Attendees can hear free live music at several venues in town, but those …