at Basement East
Roving rock ‘n’ roll philosopher Rayland Baxter’s new album, Wide Awake, is out July 13, and he’ll be at Basement East on July 18 - 19 as a hometown
Last year’s City Farmhouse Pop-Up Show was such a success that owners Kim and David Leggett are giving it a second run. This month, join special guests Nina Hartmann and Matthew Mead for two days of design inspiration and a handpicked selection of vintage, antique, and artisan goods to peruse.
Legendary music publisher Buddy Killen’s property sets the tone for an enchanting show with lush, overgrown gardens, dozens of sprawling Tennessee acres, and an old, majestic Southern manse. In addition to wares from all eras and styles—farmhouse, French, Industrial, Americana, and everything in between—there will be book signings, food trucks, live entertainment, and more. The pop-up show takes place on Oct. 17 and Oct. 18, with a private luncheon for ticketholders on Saturday. Admission is $10 a day or $15 for a weekend pass.
3090 Old Hillsboro Rd., Franklin, 615-268-0216; cityfarmhousefranklin.com