Applications Now Being Accepted For 41-A Festival

Huge crowds expected at the 41-A Festival again this year

Huge crowds expected at the 41-A Festival again this year

If you want to be an arts and/or craft vendor for the 2014 41 A-Festival in Tullahoma, now is the time to complete your application.
“The spots are filling up quickly for this year’s 41-A Music and Arts Festival,” said Marketing Chairman, Hope Sartain. “You don’t want to miss out on this awesome opportunity to showcase your artwork or business to thousands of people.”
While much of the activity is about music, there are many other activities to enjoy during the festival. “This year we’ve partnered with the Highland Rim Kiwanis to help attract regional artists,” said Tullahoma Arts Council Chairman, Marion Coleman. “This is the marquis festival for Tullahoma, and we want to help them with another great year. This is just another way the Arts Council is fulfilling their mission of making Tullahoma a Regional Arts destination.”
The application covers the details you need for your booth and the rules. Cost for a booth is $60.00 for the weekend. The application can be downloaded on the home page at http://www.tullahomatn.gov.
41-A Music Acts
Canadian country-rocker Dallas Smith will headline this year’s 41A Music and Arts Festival, set for the streets of downtown Tullahoma, Sept. 26 and 27. Currently touring with Florida Georgia Line, Smith is scheduled to play on Friday, Sept. 26, following country songwriter Logan Mize, whose single “Used Up,” was recently a “Highway Find” on the popular Sirius XM satellite radio country music channel The Highway.
Classic country Johnny Collier Band, folk rocker Rob Aldridge and rock cover band Phat Tuesday, as well as return appearances from Shelbyville singer-songwriter Kacey Smith and rock party band Granny Low.
Catherine Murray’s musical tribute to Michael Jackson will also make a return performance.
“Three of the performers at 41-A played during the CMA Fan Fest,” said Sartain.
For the complete line up, go to http://www.facebook.com/41Amusicfestival-highland
Proceeds support children’s charities in the area. With donations collected in the first four years, the club has been able to contribute more than $20,000 to charities such as Tullahoma Day Care, 5Loaves4Kids, Haven of Hope and Coffee County Imagination Library.
The Highland Rim Kiwanis Club meets at noon each Thursday at Lakewood Golf and Country Club.