Vintage Makers Music and Arts Festival: A Celebration of Art, Music, and Community in Jackson, Tennessee
The inaugural Vintage Makers Music and Arts Festival, a free two-day event celebrating art, music, and community, will take place in Jackson, Tennessee on May 6th and 7th.
This unique festival, curated by event organizers Lakyn Bowman, Ashley Kate Adams, and Stephanie Riley, will feature over 30 vendors selling art and vintage goods at the Farmer's Market, multiple food trucks and an exciting lineup of live music performances at the Amp on Saturday night from 4-9 PM.
The artist lineup for the festival includes an eclectic mix of talent from No Reverse Records, including LOLO, Kyle Lacy Band, Kipani, Music by Kota, and Hub City hero, Hunter Cross. Notably, the Kyle Lacy Band and Kipani are New York City-based artists who will be bringing their distinctive sounds to the event.
The Vintage Makers Music and Arts Festival is proudly presented by No Reverse Records and The Nine Oh Six, with headline sponsors Jackson Hidden Tracks and B3 Creative Agency. The event is poised to become an annual highlight for the local arts and music scene, showcasing the vibrancy and creativity of the Jackson community.
The festival aims to offer something for everyone, from art enthusiasts to music lovers and families. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore the diverse range of vintage goods and artistic creations, while also enjoying live music performances in a festive atmosphere. For more information about the Vintage Makers Music and Arts Festival, please visit the official website at VintageMakersFest.com. The website offers details about the event schedule, featured artists, and vendor information.
Don't miss the opportunity to be part of this exciting new event, as the Vintage Makers Music and Arts Festival promises to be a memorable experience for all ages in Jackson, Tennessee. To learn more about Jackson and west Tennessee connect with us at Visit Jackson, TN and download the APP on Itunes or Google Play.