April 22-23, 2023
Saturday: 10 AM – 6 PM
Sunday: 10 AM – 6 PM
More than 150 artisans and craftspeople will showcase their work giving festival goers access to shop and experience unique local, regional, national and even international crafts, products, foods and giftables. New this year will be a Fine Arts Gallery with top artisans showcasing works such as pottery, photography, hand-crafted jewelry and more.
Festival fans will find the return of many treasured experiences including the popular KidsZone featuring children’s activities, games, arts and crafts. Furry friends are also welcome with the return of PetZone featuring activities and promotions. Spring Street will have plenty of interactive arts, movement and fun surprises.
An enhanced food menu awaits with more cold snacks and beverages.
Don’t miss live entertainment on the Main Street Festival Main Stage, The Acoustic Stage, and Buskers Corner!
All Downtown Franklin merchants will be open and celebrating with specials, features and promotions for enhanced shopping, dining and entertainment throughout the historic district.
Through the First Horizon Foundation, we are constantly investing in organizations across our footprint that do important work every day to make the places we serve better and stronger.
Since 1864, First Horizon has been committed to the customers and communities we serve. For more than 150 years we have strengthened communities by collaborating with nonprofit, community development and civic partners to meet community needs, encourage growth and support sustainability. This commitment extends to supporting the Main Street Festival in Franklin, TN.
The Main Street Festival is one of three major, highly-anticipated festivals produced by the nonprofit Heritage Foundation of Williamson County, TN for the cultural and economic benefit of the community. Between the Spring's Main Street Festival, the Fall's PumpkinFest, and Winter's Dickens of a Christmas, the seasonal festivals annually attract over 300,000 visitors and contribute an estimated $10 million in local economic impact.