Full Moon Festival Returns to Bootleggers July 5
Full Moon Festival will feature live country and bluegrass music
On Thursday July 5, the Full Moon Festival outdoor concert series returns to Bootleggers Inn on the corner of Broadway and Second Avenue in Downtown Nashville with a lineup.
Hot acts in country, bluegrass and newgrass will perform live music under the glow of the full moon, in the company of moonshine, cold beer, spirits, hot food, and other attractions.
Confirmed performers include Adam Olmstead featuring Alan O’Bryant, Volunteer String Band, Chris Henry and The Hardcore Grass, Brad Folk and The Bluegrass Playboys, Nashville Pickin’ Party, Sydney Perry and Cafe Blue, John Tomlin and Co., Empty Fruit Jars, and Midnight From Memphis.
The Full Moon Festival kickoff event in June welcomed approximately 1,500 attendees to the Downtown party.
The Full Moon Festival is presented by Popcorn Sutton's Tennessee White Whiskey, Team RealTree Outdoor Energy and Budweiser/Bud Light. Additional sponsors include WSM 650 AM, Bootleggers Inn, Whiskey Bent Saloon, Silver Dollar Saloon, B.J.'s Trailers, Kiermaier Special Events Management, and Cumberland Hospitality Group.
Bootleggers Inn is located at 207 Broadway in Nashville. For more information, visit www.bootleggersnashville.com. Download the festival poster here.
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