Plan for a night out — all for a good cause — with live music, food trucks and more during the Broken Wheel Festival on Saturday, Oct. 6 from 4 – 9 p.m. Ages 13 and younger are free, too!
This all-ages event features live music including:
- Music City Stones (a Rolling Stones tribute band)
- Faithfully (a Journey tribute band)
- A family stage with emerging artists
There’s a kids’ area featuring inflatables, face painting, princesses, balloon animals and more.
The festival benefits Round Up for Nolensville, a non-profit organization helping Nolensville-area residents and public servants who are experiencing financial hardship.
Cost is $8 per person; free for ages 13 and younger. VIP tickets are $50 (children must have a VIP ticket as well if attending with an adult; ticket includes stage-front viewing area and VIP food and drink). If you go without the kids, take advantage of Summit Gymnastics Parents’ Night Out from 6 – 10 p.m. It’s right across the street and costs $20 per child ($5 of each ticket goes to Round Up for Nolensville, too).
The festival takes place at Mill Creek Brewing Co. (2008 Johnson Industrial Blvd., Nolensville).