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July 23, 2024

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Main Street Festival Rescheduled for July 18-19

The annual Main Street Festival originally slated for the end of April is moves into a late-summer slot.

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    Out of concerns over the coronavirus outbreak, the Heritage Foundation of Williamson County has changed the date of the annual Main Street Festival — easily the county's largest outdoor gathering of the year. The Main Street Festival, originally slated for the end of April, will now take place the weekend of July 18-19. The festival, which evolved from festivals started in 1967, now draws about 100,000 each year for a weekend filled with arts and crafts, music, food and activities for all ages. The event features more than 200 vendors and ranks consistently among the top 20 events in the Southeast by the Southeast Tourism Society. Vendor applications have been extended through May 31 for the festival and can be accessed here.

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