Music festival will heat up Possum Trot in June

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Music festival will heat up Possum Trot in June

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WINFIELD, Tenn. — Tucked away in the mountains of Winfield Tennessee, the AyerWaves Music Festival will bring exciting new tourism to Scott County! The four day event has artist, vendors, fans, and friends coming to the small community to experience the beauty and excitement of Big South Fork living! The festival’s main stage is situated on top of Possum- Trot Mountain under the stars and amidst the sprawling campground and old western themed town. While visitors explore the 191-acre property, they will find miles of trails, wildlife, multiple stages, and scenic views. In addition to the postcard scene and outdoor adventures, AyerWaves Entertainment throws in a music festival, fun runs, mountain bike rides, and a little more to encourage every adult to let go and be a kid again. Also AyerWaves encourages you to bring the kids and the whole family for a vacation with a music festival everyone can enjoy! Children twelve years of age and under get in for free!

By offering exciting outdoor adventure the AyerWaves Music Festival is a unique experience at an affordable price. Guests are encouraged to participate in hiking, mountain biking, campfire jamming, and other activities with the bands and artists. Nowhere else can fans watch live music on

Friday night, mountain bike with a band on Saturday, and enjoy another amazing set of music Saturday night, and do it all again on Sunday.

AyerWaves is even more appealing thanks to Possum-Trot the old western themed town equipped with Saloon, Bunk Houses, Sheriff’s Office, Pavilion, and staff on horseback. The Mystic Forest stage, hidden in the woods; is reserved for intimate acoustic performances, and the late night dance parties. This year’s event will entertain with over fifty performers on four stages. Friday night kicks off with Home Grown Head, playing a crunchy groove of blues and rock music. Brother Man, Juke Skywalker, and Andi Marie also rock the Possum-Trot grounds on Friday. The legendary American singer songwriter Darrell Scott headlines on Saturday night, playing some of his classic songs from the past decades. (“It’s a Great Day to Be Alive” and “Long Time Gone,” later recorded by Travis Tritt and the Dixie Chicks) Darrell Scott also spent time on the road as a guitar player for Robert Plant. Saturday’s lineup is laced with underground, indie, and famous stars alike, all on one mountain. The Voice contestants, Dan O’Rourke and Kata Hay will beam on stage as they showcase original songs they have been creating over the past year. Ira Wolf, who has become the newest folk sensation, will fill

the night with her whimsical lyrics and soft melodies. Memphis and the Muddy Mountain Men captivate you with the outlaw country sound full of grappling songs of struggles of today and visions for a better tomorrow, while last year’s headliner ZacK Joseph maintains a low-key mood with his acoustic serenade. Last year’s Americana and Rock standouts, Sugar Lime Blue are back this year with their catchy lyrics and high energy.

Whether guests come to the second annual AyerWaves Music Festival to hear and see the famous Darrell Scott, Kata Hay, and Ira Wolf, or to hear underground artists like Joe Van Dyke, Curtis Blakley, Boy Named Banjo, or Andi Marie, they will leave with the experience of both. The AyerWaves Music Festival truly has something for every guest to enjoy.

Get your tickets now! www.ayerwaves.com