October 29, 2022
10 AM – 6 PM
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.
Autumn Alley is back with a full block of fun on Main Street, filled with fall themed festivities, activations and entertainment PLUS beloved pet & people costume contests. Festival fans will also enjoy the ever-popular KidsZone presented by Grace Chapel featuring children’s activities, games, arts and crafts.
An enhanced food menu awaits with more cold snacks and beverages. Be on the lookout for festival favorites and newcomers that will delight a cozy, fall appetite!
Don’t miss live entertainment on the Main Street Festival Main Stage and Lipscomb University Acoustic Stage!
All Downtown Franklin merchants will be open and celebrating with specials, features and promotions for enhanced shopping, dining and entertainment throughout the historic district.
We have an incredible team ready to talk to you about customized experiences for your business to interact with our festival attendees. Let's talk.
FirstBank is the third largest Tennessee-headquartered bank with headquarters in Nashville, Tennessee and 81 full service branch locations. With a five-star, superior rating from BauerFinancial, FirstBank is one of the strongest banks in the country and has the resources to provide a comprehensive variety of financial services and products.
The investment we are most proud of is the dedication of our time, resources, and people to improving life in our communities.
FirstBank’s executive chairman, Jim Ayers, has focused on increasing educational opportunities for young people and worked to improve access to quality health care for those people living in Tennessee. In 1999, he established The Ayers Foundation which is run by his wife, Janet Ayers. The foundation supports a wide range of programs and institutions that emphasize education and medical services for children. The foundation has won recognition for its highly-respected program for high school graduates providing more than 4,200 educational scholarships since 1999.
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.