The third Annual Muletown Musicfest returns to Columbia’s Historic Downtown Square on Friday, Sept. 29, and Saturday, Sept. 30. The not-for-profit community collaboration benefiting United Way of Maury County will celebrate local businesses, food and music on the Square on Friday night and all day and night Saturday.
On Saturday, visitors will enjoy free music at over a dozen shops and numerous venue spots around the Downtown Square. There will be food tents from Maury County restaurants, plus the eateries around the Square, including Puckett’s, The Square Market Cafe, 822 South, Muletown Roasters and the Mercantile.
On Friday and Saturday evening, a ticket purchase allow visitors access to the concerts held in Puckett’s and Westbury House.
Mulefest Director Rick Clark said the Muletown Musicfest will “provide meaningful assistance to local United Way programs and showcase our community with serious high-quality artistic offerings. We look forward to knocking this out of the park!”
Over 30 diverse musical artists will be participating in the two-day event, including:
Anthony Adams & The Night Owls
Doyle & Debbie Show
High Gravity Quartet
People On The Porch
Phineas & Ferb
Riders In The Sky
The Secret Commonwealth
Proceeds from this festival will directly benefit the United Way of Maury County; for tickets or more information, visit muletownmusicfest.com.