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Blackberry Jam to benefit Hard Bargain

Franklin's Boyd Mill Farm, home to the The Blackberry Jam Music Festival, will celebrate a decade of great music this year by presenting the 10th Anniversary Blackberry Jam and down home festival on June 22nd from 1 to 10 p.m. Sponsors, Bancorp South and ClickPrints present the one day Blackberry Jam Music Festival, an acoustic music festival and family event in Franklin with scheduled acts throughout the day. The porch stage is sponsored by Frothy Monkey in downtown Franklin.

Tickets are $10 for adults in advance, and children 12 and under are free. Tickets will be $15 at the gate. This year's lineup includes favorites such as The Railers (formerly Tin Cup Gypsy), Rick Vito, MSG Acoustic Blues Trio, Kevin So, Hippie Cabbage, Paddy Dougherty and more.

Held on the Boyd Mill Farm of Carol Warren and Dale Whitehead, and the festival brings together musicians from several states and countries with a focus on homegrown talent from Middle Tennessee.
 
Proceeds from the event will benefit Hard Bargain Association.

Posted on: 6/10/2013

 
 

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