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20th Granville Fall Celebration Celebrates The Start Of The Season In Tennessee’s Mayberry Town

The 20th annual Granville Fall Celebration brings jazz music, stories of Tennesse’s history, and an old-time craft show to the Upper Cumberland.

President of Historic Granville Randall Clemons said that the festival provides good family fun in Tennessee’s Mayberry town.

“It’s set right up in a beautiful fall scene,” Clemons said. “There are great jazz bands from all over Tennessee that will be performing. It’s just a  great place to celebrate the beginning of the fall season with great jazz music.”

Clemons said that the festival can see up to 3,500 attendees. He said he thinks it’s the small-town feel and the charm of Granville that keeps bringing people back.

“Everybody’s looking for a small-town atmosphere,” Clemons said. “And we offer a great family event. It’s clean, it’s a small place, it’s a unique place.”

Clemons said that visitors to the festival will have the opportunity to walk around the town and visit their plethora of museums, landmarks, and attractions.

Clemons said that tickets are $5 with parking passes for an additional $5. The festival starts at 11 a.m. on Saturday, October 2nd.