North Springs Music Festival Expands to Two Days for 2024


If you’re wondering why more festivals don’t book artists and bands like Ward Davis, Them Dirty Roses, and Taylor Hunnicutt as headliners, or don’t put criminally-underrated performers like Tim Goodin, Ritch Henderson, Addison Johnson, and Wes Shipp on their lineups, The North Springs Music Festival in beautiful Whitleyville, TN is here to answer your concerns.

Celebrating it’s 5th year, the North Springs Music Festival at Kennedy Farms is looking to ramp things up in 2024, offering their biggest lineup yet and expanding to two days, while also being an alternative to the massive crowds of the megafestivals. You may have heard of some of this year’s performers like Oklahoma’s Blaine Bailey or Western Kentucky’s Tony Logue right here on Saving Country Music.

Whitleyville is in northeast Tennessee, about 1 1/2 hours from Nashville, about two hours from Knoxville, and not too far from many parts of Kentucky and North Carolina too. But whether you’re close or not, the North Springs Music Festival may make for a good destination festival. According to promoter Dustin Kennedy, they’ve already sold tickets to people in 23 separate states, speaking to the wide appeal of the fest’s lineup.

Tickets are affordable too. Instead of prices reaching well into three figures, it’s $50/day, or $90 for both days. Kids under 12 are free. On site camping is $10. And instead of overpriced alcoholic beverages, it’s BYOB with $5-$10 cooler charge. Food trucks and other vendors will also be available on site.

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit northspringsmusicfestival.com.

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