Americana Music Festivals on a rural farm in Overton County, TN. Festivals are held annually over Memorial Day weekend and the last full weekend in September. Enjoy 4 days of Americana, bluegrass, blues, folk music. Single day and camping tickets are available. “Hippie Jack” works hard to preserve the work of Americana singer-songwriters through a public television music series Jammin’ at Hippie Jack’s, broadcast from this farm to over 70 million fans; about 1,000 folks come out for the live experience. Stop by Hippie Jack’s any time, and be sure to visit the art studio, featuring local artists.
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Our little farm is about halfway between nowhere and too far. Its way out. You are going to love it. We are located just north of Monterey, west of Jamestown, east of Cookeville and south of Livingston. Most people get here via Interstate 40. From I-40, take exit #300 toward Monterey. At the second stoplight take a left onto Hwy 84 North toward Livingston. Go 7 miles and turn right on Dry Hollow Rd, after Livingston Quik Mart (has a red tin roof). Go 6 miles and take left on Shiloh Rd. We're down this gravel road about 2.5 miles.
Full Weekend Pass $70 Campsite $30 Day Pass $25
GATES open to Campers starting Thursday, 10am Central Time. Single day pass holders GATES open Fri-Sun 10AM-Midnight.
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