Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Jonesborough Days Officially Begin on Friday
The Jonesborough Days Festival will officially begin on Friday at 5 pm. The kickoff features music, storytelling, crafts, food, children’s activities and the new beer garden. Friday night’s main stage entertainment starts at 6 pm with Jessica Nixon with the Twang Bangers and Spank. Admission is 5-dollars. Jonesborough’s annual 4th of July parade is scheduled to begin at 10 am Saturday Morning. Saturday night’s main stage entertainment starts at 6 pm with The Nortons and the Barefoot Movement. Grammy winning bluegrass artist Ricky Skaggs and his band Kentucky Thunder will take the stage at 8 pm Saturday night with General Admission at 25-dollars and VIP seating at 50-dollars. The Annual Independence Day fireworks display will begin at 10pm Saturday Night. Festival highlights continue Sunday Afternoon with a free concert by The Whites. Also on Sunday is the Civil War encampment featuring the 19th Alabama Infantry Regiment and the Native American hunting camp with full dress cooking, crafting and dancing demonstrations. (bg)

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