Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Call for artists - Flatrock Festival - May 2011

As always, it is FREE to review. Flatrock Festival is asking a $20 donation to show at this year's festival.

About Flatrock Festival:

In just three years 10 Nashville artisans, 8 local bands, and 1000 attendees has grown into more than 75 artists, national and local musical acts, and more than 5000 in attendance while remaining 100% volunteer coordinated. With a dynamic collection of local ethnic cuisine, dozens of community organizations, brilliant entertainment & interaction for children, and an extensive collection of historical documents and photos, the Flatrock Festival captures the beauty of our venerable community.

The Hands Together in Flatrock Music & Arts Festival provides a unique opportunity to reach the citizens of the Flatrock Community.

Flatrock is the area spanning from I-440 to the Nashville Zoo and Vanderbilt at 100 Oaks to East Thompson Lane. It is simultaneously the oldest and fastest growing community in Nashville with new residents coming from literally around the world. Because of this beautiful mix of diversity and history the Flatrock Festival has attracted people from all across the state.

4th Annual Hands Together in Flatrock Music & Arts Festival
Saturday, May 28th, 2011
Coleman Park, Nashville, TN

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