Music and Molasses Festival
The magic is back in 2017 and better than ever!
Join us as we celebrate the harvest at the Tennessee Agricultural Museum, located at historic Ellington Agricultural Center in Nashville. The annual Music and Molasses Festival brings history alive, attracting several thousand people with an exciting blend of food, fellowship and fun.
What will your favorite moment be? Watching the sparks fly as the blacksmith turns iron into horseshoes? Watching a lump of clay rise suddenly into a graceful pot? Watching the sorghum run through the horse-turned mill? Perhaps a pony ride? So many sights, so many sounds, and so many delightful aromas await.
There's something for everyone, and plenty of items to purchase fresh from local artisans, bakers and growers. We look forward to seeing you there.
- Saturday, September 23 - 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. central time
- Sunday, September 24 - 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. central time
Purchase Tickets Now
Tickets purchased at the gate are $7 per person. Children age 3 and under are free. Cash and major credit cards are accepted.
- You are welcome to bring your own lawn chair to sit back, relax and enjoy the entertainment on the lawn.
- First Aid is located at the Three Creeks Farm tent.
- Restrooms are located in the Show Barn and Ed Jones Auditorium.
- Service animals are the only pets allowed to enter the festival for the protection and comfort of guests and festival animals.
- No outside food or beverages, please.
Parking and Shuttles
Parking attendants will direct you to on-campus or satellite parking. Shuttles are available to transport guests from the church to the pedestrian entrance in front of the Tennessee Agricultural Museum as well as from the TWRA vehicle entrance to the Ed Jones Auditorium.
There will be pedestrian entrances into the festival at the Museum and at the main gates off of Hogan Road. There will be a third drive-in entrance at TWRA. Each attendee will receive a wristband color-coded by day.
Thanks to our Sponsors
For More Information
For more information, contact the Tennessee Agricultural Museum at (615) 837-5197 or email@example.com.