Saturday, October 21, 2017
Festival 3:00-5:30PM
Concert 5:30-8:00PM
Granbery Park

(Located behind Granbery Elementary)


There will be approximately 200 parking spaces available on the campus of Granbery Elementary. Street parking is available in and around the school. Carpooling and walking are encouraged.


On the day of the festival, admission is $8.00 per person/per wristband. Included admission into the festival, games, bounce houses and concert. The festival games and bounces houses are from 3:00 - 5:30 pm.  The concert starts at 5:30 pm. Kids under 5 are FREE!


A selection of great local food trucks will be available on-site for food purchases beginning at 3:00 PM:

  • Balkan Express
  • Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams
  • Detroit Dog
  • Donut Distillery
  • Doxie’s Pizza
  • Fire and Ice Gourmet
  • Mac Attack
  • Smoke Signals BBQ


We will have some picnic tables for seating. Feel free to bring lawn chairs and picnic blankets.


Temperatures during this time of year range from 69°F to 45°F, with an average temperature of 57°F.


We're excited to welcome back singer-songwriter Natalie Hemby and her talented friends—Kelly Archer, and Jessi Alexander—for a special songwriter round. Hemby has written top-selling hits for Miranda Lambert and Little Big Town—just to name a couple. She's currently releasing her own album, titled "Puxico."


It’s nearly impossible to explain the exceptional talents of EmiSunshine, the 13-year-old prodigy from East Tennessee who has captured the nation’s attention and enchanted hearts-a-many with her musical wizardry.

Emi’s indescribable and inexplicable talents have taken the world by surprise. Emi plays a wailing guitar; she can make the mandolin cry and the ukulele sing. Her ability to combine her youthful, bubbly disposition with deep, meaningful and rather dark song content brings her imagination to life. The crooner now plays more than 50 dates a year backed by a group made up of those closest to her. Her father plays upright bass, her brother (John Letner) accompanies her on mandolin and “Uncle Bobby” Hill plays drums. The fearless entertainer has performed on The Today Show and The Grand Ole Opry (more than a dozen times), at The Ryman and numerous renowned festivals (CMA Fest and Merle Fest) making evident her confident musical direction.



If you have questions, please email Angie Brown at .

Thank You To Our Sponsors!

The entire Granbery family appreciates your support and dedication to our mission of providing a high-quality community event for our school, friends and neighbors.

(Click on sponsor logos to visit their websites)

Gecko Sponsors - $2,000 And Up

Blue and Green Sponsors - $500 And Up



Go Granbery! Sponsors - $200 And Up