10th Nashbash Music Festival, at the Ann Arbor Farmers Market

. August 1, 2016.
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Ann Arborites have a chance to get a little taste of country livin’ right in Kerrytown. The 10th Nashbash Music Festival, at the Ann Arbor Farmers Market, features performances from Nashville artists and devotees like The Bill Edwards Band and Hoodang, while local acts like Whit Hill and the Postcards and The Whiskey Charmers show off Michigan’s down-home sound. Headlining the one-day event is Nashville songwriter Sally Barris, who has worked with acts like Martina McBride and Lee Ann Womack. Food carts, barbeque and Wolverine State Brewing Company Beer round out the day. An afterglow party from 9:30-11pm at the Aut Bar (315 Braun Court) will follow, where locals can present their own tunes in the courtyard.

Thursday, August 18 | 5-9:30pm
Ann Arbor Farmers Market | 315 Detroit St. | Free

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