Highland Rim, Tullahoma
Serving the Children of the World

8th Annual 41A Music and Arts Festival
September 29 & 30, 2017
Downtown Tullahoma

The 41A Music and Arts Festival is the main fundraiser of the Highland Rim Kiwanis Club.  This two day street festival, held in the Historic Downtown District of Tullahoma has been heralded as a "Tullahoma Institution" by the Tullahoma News and was named "Tullahoma's Finest Community Event" in the annual Tullahoma News Reader's Poll.  The goal of the 41A Festival is to provide fun, family-friendly entertainment through local, regional and national musical and visual artists while raising awareness of the Kiwanis mission of "changing the world, one child at a time".  The 41A Festival also showcases a variety of vendors offering a range of culinary delicacies and unique gift items.  This is a wonderful event that you surely don't want to miss. 

PLEASE NOTE:  The 41A Music and Arts Festival is a FREE event.  Donations to the Highland Rim Kiwanis Club are accepted at the gate.  Thank you in advance for your support.

Event Lineup

Friday, September 29

The Boy Band Night
9:15 - 10:45


Covering N'Sync, Backstreet Boys, New Kids on the Block, Boyz 2 Men, One Direction, and more, The Boy Band Night is a live band event paying tribure to everything that is BOY BANDS!  With a dynamic stage show and perfect recreation of the dance hits from the 80's through today, this band is sure to have you dancing up a storm and having a great time.

For more information about The Boy Band Night, visit their website at theboybandnight.com.


Pop Rox
7:30 - 8:45

Knoxville-based Pop Rox, fronted by Tullahoma native, Valerie Buckner returns to the 41A Festival for a command performance!  

Valerie and the Pop Rox will have you up and dancing to your favorite mega hits of the 80's, 90's and today!  You don't want to miss this show!

For more information about Pop Rox, visit their Facebook page.


The Springs
6:00 - 7:00


Nashville Billboard Charting Artist and 2017 Country Music Association's Emerging Artist, The Springs, are kicking off the 41A Festival this year.

The duo first met while both were performing at the World Famous Bluebird Cafe in Nashville.  Stewart Halcomb not only had won a Paramount Star Search singing contest when he was just 16, but by the time he was 18 he and his band had already charted three singles on the main Music Row Country Chart.

Holly, the other half of the duo, and now Stewart's wife, made it to the thrid round of preliminaries of NBC's The Voice.  

The Springs' performances are a cross between Jason Aldean to Carrie Underwood to Journey, with some pop and old-time rock & roll thrown, offering something for everyone and making their shows a sing-a-long crowd-pleasing good time.  This amazing duo and their band have been blessed to perform their high-energy shows with major acts Hunter Hayes, Eric Church, Florida Georgia Line, Jake Owen, Alan Jackson, Toby Keith, Reba, and many other top country artists.

Even without a major record label, The Springs latest CD, Dance With Me, made its Billboard Country Chart debut at #42.  This is just one of the many reasons why many in the music industry are saying The Springs are truly the Next Big Thing in Country Music.

For more information about The Springs, visit their website at thespringsband.com.  


Saturday, September 30
Whiskey Myers
8:45 - 10:15

It would be an understatement to say that a lot has happened since Whiskey Myers was last in the recording studio. Over two whirlwind years, the gritty Texas band hit #1 on the iTunes Country Chart with their breakout third album ‘Early Morning Shakes,’ earned raves everywhere from Rolling Stone to USA Today, and toured the US and Europe relentlessly, slaying massive festival crowds and sharing stages with Lynyrd Skynyrd, Hank Williams Jr., Jamey Johnson, and more along the way. You’d be forgiven, then, for expecting things to work a little differently this time around when the band reunited with acclaimed producer Dave Cobb for their stellar new album, ‘Mud.’ But as it turns out, success doesn’t change a Southern gentleman, and they don’t come any more Southern than Whiskey Myers.

“Where you come from and where you grew up influences your music a lot,” says the band's leader, Cody Cannon. “As a band, we don’t go into the studio with any preconceived theme. You just sit down and you write and the songs come out naturally.”

In the end, there may be no better word for Whiskey Myers than authentic. This music is in their blood, and it flows as naturally from them as a spring feeding a mountain creek. While a record this good is sure to send their (lone)star rising higher than ever before, you can rest assured that success still won’t be changing this band any time soon. They make music they’re proud of that celebrates where they come from and makes people feel good. As far as they’re concerned, that’s all the success anyone could ever ask for.

For more information about Whiskey Myers, visit their website at whiskeymyers.com.


Sweet Honey
7:00 - 8:15

Nashville natives and Tullahoma favorites, Jessie Rose Pennington and Lindsey Brassfield bring their Sweet Honey duo back to Tullahoma for a repeat performance.  Packed with well-crafted songwriting and tight harmonies, Sweet Honey is always a crowd pleaser.

For more information about Sweet Honey, visit their Facebook page.    

The Sound Dawgs
5:30 - 6:30

Tullahoma's favorite party band, The Sound Dawgs, kicks off a great night of solid rock and roll.  Fronted by Joe Brown, The Sound Dawgs, will deal out hit after hit covers of the best 80's, 90's and 2000's tunes.  

For more information about The Stagger Moon Band, visit their Facebook page.  


Please check back on this page frequently for all the latest 41A Festival news.  For information on how to be selected as a vendor, performing artist or visual artist, please complete the contact form  linked from the main 41A Festival menu button in the left frame of this page.