Upcoming Events

Fairs, festivals, concerts, theatre, film screenings — there’s always something fun happening at The Factory. Regularly-scheduled favorites include the Franklin Farmers Market every Saturday morning, and great live entertainment at the all-new Mockingbird Theater. Browse all of our upcoming events below!

Planning your own event? No other location offers the historic charm, creative possibilities, and client services that The Factory does. Our venues have been host to live entertainment, corporate meetings, fundraisers, video shoots, and much more. Learn more about booking an event with us.

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Franklin Farmers Market 8:00 am
Franklin Farmers Market @ The Shed
Jul 6 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Franklin Farmers Market @ The Shed
The Franklin Farmers Market is a true Tennessee farmers market. From produce, fruit and dairy to baked goods and meats, you’ll find delicious fresh food at the Franklin Farmers Market. And because it’s all from[...]
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City Farmhouse Summer Pop-up Fair 5:00 pm
City Farmhouse Summer Pop-up Fair @ Liberty Hall
Jul 12 @ 5:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Since 2012 the City Farmhouse Pop-up Fairs, held in Franklin, Tennessee, have drawn shoppers from all across the U.S. and abroad. Vintage and antique enthusiasts have flocked each season to the shopping extravaganzas that feature[...]
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City Farmhouse Summer Pop-up Fair 8:00 am
City Farmhouse Summer Pop-up Fair @ Liberty Hall
Jul 13 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Since 2012 the City Farmhouse Pop-up Fairs, held in Franklin, Tennessee, have drawn shoppers from all across the U.S. and abroad. Vintage and antique enthusiasts have flocked each season to the shopping extravaganzas that feature[...]
Franklin Farmers Market 8:00 am
Franklin Farmers Market @ The Shed
Jul 13 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Franklin Farmers Market @ The Shed
The Franklin Farmers Market is a true Tennessee farmers market. From produce, fruit and dairy to baked goods and meats, you’ll find delicious fresh food at the Franklin Farmers Market. And because it’s all from[...]
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Annie Moses Summer Music Festival
Annie Moses Summer Music Festival @ Jamison Theater, Liberty Hall, Heritage Room, & Mockingbird Theater
Jul 14 – Jul 20 all-day
Annie Moses Summer Music Festival @ Jamison Theater, Liberty Hall, Heritage Room, & Mockingbird Theater
The Annie Moses Summer Music Festival is a performing arts intensive for young musicians. We take a kaleidoscope of instruments and artistic disciplines and fuse them together in a series of professional shows. Each student[...]
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Franklin Farmers Market 8:00 am
Franklin Farmers Market @ The Shed
Jul 20 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Franklin Farmers Market @ The Shed
The Franklin Farmers Market is a true Tennessee farmers market. From produce, fruit and dairy to baked goods and meats, you’ll find delicious fresh food at the Franklin Farmers Market. And because it’s all from[...]
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Mockingbird Masterworks Series Presents “Cline Meets Brubeck” 7:00 pm
Mockingbird Masterworks Series Presents “Cline Meets Brubeck” @ The Mockingbird Theater
Jul 25 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Mockingbird Masterworks Series Presents "Cline Meets Brubeck" @ The Mockingbird Theater
July 25th will kick off the 2019 Mockingbird Masterworks Series with “Cline Meets Brubeck” It will showcase the genius of Patsy Cline and Dave Brubeck featuring some of Nashville’s most in demand musicians. Come join[...]
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Franklin Farmers Market 8:00 am
Franklin Farmers Market @ The Shed
Jul 27 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Franklin Farmers Market @ The Shed
The Franklin Farmers Market is a true Tennessee farmers market. From produce, fruit and dairy to baked goods and meats, you’ll find delicious fresh food at the Franklin Farmers Market. And because it’s all from[...]
TN Antiquarian Booksellers Book Fair 10:00 am
TN Antiquarian Booksellers Book Fair @ Liberty Hall & The Heritage Room
Jul 27 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
The fair will include a variety of collectible and rare books, autographed documents, and other ephemera. Bibliophiles will discover modern first editions of literature, mystery, and science fiction. Collectible books and documents concerning the War[...]
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TN Antiquarian Booksellers Book Fair 10:00 am
TN Antiquarian Booksellers Book Fair @ Liberty Hall & The Heritage Room
Jul 28 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
The fair will include a variety of collectible and rare books, autographed documents, and other ephemera. Bibliophiles will discover modern first editions of literature, mystery, and science fiction. Collectible books and documents concerning the War[...]
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Annie Moses Summer Music Festival
Sun, Jul 14 – Sat, Jul 20
at Jamison Theater, Liberty Hall, Heritage Room, & Mockingbird Theater


The Annie Moses Summer Music Festival is a performing arts intensive for young musicians. We take a kaleidoscope of instruments and artistic disciplines and fuse them together in a series of professional shows. Each student is given a customized role in two performances at premier Nashville venues. At the Festival you’ll get to:
– Experience the thrill of performing with passionate players.
– Build life-long friendships.
– Go deeper in your faith.

Take your music to the next level. During the Festival we host five original shows that cover multiple genres including Americana, Jazz, Classical, and Broadway. Each student is cast in at least two of these shows and given customized parts for their featured moments. Our final show, the Gala, brings all of our students together in one epic performance.

Franklin Farmers Market
Saturday, July 20, 8:00 am
at The Shed


The Franklin Farmers Market is a true Tennessee farmers market. From produce, fruit and dairy to baked goods and meats, you’ll find delicious fresh food at the Franklin Farmers Market. And because it’s all from local farms, the variety of goods increases and changes each week through the seasons. You can taste the difference, because it all comes straight from the farm to the market, ripe and ready to enjoy. It’s Tennessee farm fresh food from real farmers, every Saturday morning at the Franklin Farmers Market. Plus, there are a select number of local crafts persons at the market too, with unique and beautiful goods for you to enjoy.

Mockingbird Masterworks Series Presents “Cline Meets Brubeck”
Thursday, July 25, 7:00 pm
at The Mockingbird Theater

Mockingbird Masterworks
July 25th will kick off the 2019 Mockingbird Masterworks Series with “Cline Meets Brubeck” It will showcase the genius of Patsy Cline and Dave Brubeck featuring some of Nashville’s most in demand musicians. Come join us at the gorgeous historic Mockingbird Theater for the special night of music in beautiful Franklin, Tennessee.

Franklin Farmers Market
Saturday, July 27, 8:00 am
at The Shed


The Franklin Farmers Market is a true Tennessee farmers market. From produce, fruit and dairy to baked goods and meats, you’ll find delicious fresh food at the Franklin Farmers Market. And because it’s all from local farms, the variety of goods increases and changes each week through the seasons. You can taste the difference, because it all comes straight from the farm to the market, ripe and ready to enjoy. It’s Tennessee farm fresh food from real farmers, every Saturday morning at the Franklin Farmers Market. Plus, there are a select number of local crafts persons at the market too, with unique and beautiful goods for you to enjoy.

TN Antiquarian Booksellers Book Fair
Saturday, July 27, 10:00 am
at Liberty Hall & The Heritage Room

The fair will include a variety of collectible and rare books, autographed documents, and other ephemera. Bibliophiles will discover modern first editions of literature, mystery, and science fiction. Collectible books and documents concerning the War Between the States, the American Revolution, and both World Wars will be available. Dealers specializing in children’s literature, art, religion, fine bindings, and books about books will also be exhibiting at the fair. Book prices ranging from $10 to $10,000 are sure to pique the interest of the leisure reader as well as the most avid collector.

TN Antiquarian Booksellers Book Fair
Sunday, July 28, 10:00 am
at Liberty Hall & The Heritage Room

The fair will include a variety of collectible and rare books, autographed documents, and other ephemera. Bibliophiles will discover modern first editions of literature, mystery, and science fiction. Collectible books and documents concerning the War Between the States, the American Revolution, and both World Wars will be available. Dealers specializing in children’s literature, art, religion, fine bindings, and books about books will also be exhibiting at the fair. Book prices ranging from $10 to $10,000 are sure to pique the interest of the leisure reader as well as the most avid collector.

Franklin Farmers Market
Saturday, August 3, 8:00 am
at The Shed


The Franklin Farmers Market is a true Tennessee farmers market. From produce, fruit and dairy to baked goods and meats, you’ll find delicious fresh food at the Franklin Farmers Market. And because it’s all from local farms, the variety of goods increases and changes each week through the seasons. You can taste the difference, because it all comes straight from the farm to the market, ripe and ready to enjoy. It’s Tennessee farm fresh food from real farmers, every Saturday morning at the Franklin Farmers Market. Plus, there are a select number of local crafts persons at the market too, with unique and beautiful goods for you to enjoy.

Made South: Southern Whiskey Society
Saturday, August 3, 5:00 pm
at Liberty Hall & The Heritage Room

Southern Whiskey Society
A celebration of the best food and whiskey in the South! Enjoy tasting dishes created by 10 of the South’s most talented chefs while exploring more than 70 different whiskeys from the region’s leading distillers. Event begins at 6pm, after a special VIP hour starting at 5pm. Tickets starting from $79.

Franklin Farmers Market
Saturday, August 10, 8:00 am
at The Shed


The Franklin Farmers Market is a true Tennessee farmers market. From produce, fruit and dairy to baked goods and meats, you’ll find delicious fresh food at the Franklin Farmers Market. And because it’s all from local farms, the variety of goods increases and changes each week through the seasons. You can taste the difference, because it all comes straight from the farm to the market, ripe and ready to enjoy. It’s Tennessee farm fresh food from real farmers, every Saturday morning at the Franklin Farmers Market. Plus, there are a select number of local crafts persons at the market too, with unique and beautiful goods for you to enjoy.

Radiant Talks
Saturday, August 10, 12:00 pm
at The Mockingbird Theater

Radiant Coaches share their inspiring stories about their lives and their careers. You will be inspired and educated as you learn about what it’s like to become a professional coach based on personal experiences. $44 per person. $33 for Radiant Coaches.

Agape Animal Rescue: Animal Ball
Saturday, August 10, 6:00 pm
at Liberty Hall & The Heritage Room

Agape Animal Ball
Bid on fabulous live and silent auction items. Sip luscious Tito’s Handmade Vodka cocktails and wine. Join Agape Animal Rescue for a night of dinner, dancing, special live performances and games as we celebrate the dogs and families whose lives are made better because of compassionate people like YOU.

Franklin Farmers Market
Saturday, August 17, 8:00 am
at The Shed


The Franklin Farmers Market is a true Tennessee farmers market. From produce, fruit and dairy to baked goods and meats, you’ll find delicious fresh food at the Franklin Farmers Market. And because it’s all from local farms, the variety of goods increases and changes each week through the seasons. You can taste the difference, because it all comes straight from the farm to the market, ripe and ready to enjoy. It’s Tennessee farm fresh food from real farmers, every Saturday morning at the Franklin Farmers Market. Plus, there are a select number of local crafts persons at the market too, with unique and beautiful goods for you to enjoy.

Franklin Farmers Market
Saturday, August 24, 8:00 am
at The Shed


The Franklin Farmers Market is a true Tennessee farmers market. From produce, fruit and dairy to baked goods and meats, you’ll find delicious fresh food at the Franklin Farmers Market. And because it’s all from local farms, the variety of goods increases and changes each week through the seasons. You can taste the difference, because it all comes straight from the farm to the market, ripe and ready to enjoy. It’s Tennessee farm fresh food from real farmers, every Saturday morning at the Franklin Farmers Market. Plus, there are a select number of local crafts persons at the market too, with unique and beautiful goods for you to enjoy.

Tucker’s House 10-Year Anniversary Benefit
Saturday, August 24, 5:30 pm
at Liberty Hall

Tucker’s House is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that has been developed to partner with the families of children with disabilities by providing the home renovation and retrofitting services and resources necessary to make their homes safe and more accessible.

We assist families in accessing resources that can help meet their specific immediate, intermediate and long term needs that make their home a place that is not only accessible and safe but where the child can carry out their necessary daily therapy and be as independent as possible.

Franklin Farmers Market
Saturday, August 31, 8:00 am
at The Shed


The Franklin Farmers Market is a true Tennessee farmers market. From produce, fruit and dairy to baked goods and meats, you’ll find delicious fresh food at the Franklin Farmers Market. And because it’s all from local farms, the variety of goods increases and changes each week through the seasons. You can taste the difference, because it all comes straight from the farm to the market, ripe and ready to enjoy. It’s Tennessee farm fresh food from real farmers, every Saturday morning at the Franklin Farmers Market. Plus, there are a select number of local crafts persons at the market too, with unique and beautiful goods for you to enjoy.

The Focused Leader Conference
Thursday, September 5, 7:00 am
at Liberty Hall & The Heritage Room

A 1-Day Intensive to move from overwhelmed to focused growth. Developed to help leaders focus on what matters most, The Focused Leader provides a proven process for instant momentum in your business.

As the former CEO of a $250M publicly-held company and the current CEO of a leadership-development company, Michael Hyatt knows what it’s like to overcome the daily overwhelm and drive major growth. Today, he is a New York Times Bestselling author with a podcast consistently ranked in the Top 100 of iTunes Business and a blog that reaches over 1 million people a month. He is an influential voice on leadership, goal-setting, and productivity—as well as the CEO of his own high-growth organization, which was just named to Inc.’s 5000 list.

Tribe Conference
Fri, Sep 6 – Sun, Sep 8
at Liberty Hall & The Heritage Room

This three-day event is packed full of inspiring speakers, practical content, and unforgettable experiences. But this is more than an event. It’s a large-scale workshop that will give you a roadmap to find your tribe and give you the space to implement it. You won’t leave the Tribe Conference with a notebook full of ideas and nothing checked off your to-do list. You’ll set into motion a plan you can keep improving on for years to come. Join us for the fifth and final year of this incredible gathering. It won’t be the same without you.

Franklin Farmers Market
Saturday, September 7, 8:00 am
at The Shed


The Franklin Farmers Market is a true Tennessee farmers market. From produce, fruit and dairy to baked goods and meats, you’ll find delicious fresh food at the Franklin Farmers Market. And because it’s all from local farms, the variety of goods increases and changes each week through the seasons. You can taste the difference, because it all comes straight from the farm to the market, ripe and ready to enjoy. It’s Tennessee farm fresh food from real farmers, every Saturday morning at the Franklin Farmers Market. Plus, there are a select number of local crafts persons at the market too, with unique and beautiful goods for you to enjoy.

Eastern European Mission Benefit
Tuesday, September 10, 7:00 pm
at Liberty Hall

Since 1961 EEM has printed and delivered Bibles and Bible-based materials to the people of Eastern Europe in their languages – free of charge.

The mission of EEM began when a small band of missionaries bravely answered God’s call to take his Word to the hopeless and desperate people of the Soviet Union. Smuggling Bibles and underground printing were the only ways to share God’s Word until the wall fell in 1989.

Today, EEM freely supplies Bibles and Bible-based materials to 30 nations in Eastern Europe. These materials are given to individuals, families, children in youth camps, refugees, mission churches, public universities, public schools, public libraries, prisons, hospitals, orphanages, campaign groups, and anywhere else Bibles are needed. EEM also distributes over 100,000 Bibles annually through online orders.

Free the Dream Conference
Fri, Sep 13 – Sun, Sep 15
at Liberty Hall & The Heritage Room

It’s time to live the life you’ve imagined, rediscover your ability to dream big and break free from what’s been holding you back.

Franklin Farmers Market
Saturday, September 14, 8:00 am
at The Shed


The Franklin Farmers Market is a true Tennessee farmers market. From produce, fruit and dairy to baked goods and meats, you’ll find delicious fresh food at the Franklin Farmers Market. And because it’s all from local farms, the variety of goods increases and changes each week through the seasons. You can taste the difference, because it all comes straight from the farm to the market, ripe and ready to enjoy. It’s Tennessee farm fresh food from real farmers, every Saturday morning at the Franklin Farmers Market. Plus, there are a select number of local crafts persons at the market too, with unique and beautiful goods for you to enjoy.

Williamson, Inc. Chamber Education Summit
Tuesday, September 17, 7:30 am
at Liberty Hall & The Heritage Room

The 2019 Education Summit is going to be an all encompassing update on the welfare of Williamson County Schools, Franklin Special School District, independent and private schools.

Hear from Dr. Mike Looney, Superintendent of Williamson County Schools and Dr. David Snowden, Director of Schools of the Franklin Special School District on a variety of topics that pertain to our biggest economic assets in Williamson County, our schools.

Franklin Farmers Market
Saturday, September 21, 8:00 am
at The Shed


The Franklin Farmers Market is a true Tennessee farmers market. From produce, fruit and dairy to baked goods and meats, you’ll find delicious fresh food at the Franklin Farmers Market. And because it’s all from local farms, the variety of goods increases and changes each week through the seasons. You can taste the difference, because it all comes straight from the farm to the market, ripe and ready to enjoy. It’s Tennessee farm fresh food from real farmers, every Saturday morning at the Franklin Farmers Market. Plus, there are a select number of local crafts persons at the market too, with unique and beautiful goods for you to enjoy.

Franklin Farmers Market
Saturday, September 28, 8:00 am
at The Shed


The Franklin Farmers Market is a true Tennessee farmers market. From produce, fruit and dairy to baked goods and meats, you’ll find delicious fresh food at the Franklin Farmers Market. And because it’s all from local farms, the variety of goods increases and changes each week through the seasons. You can taste the difference, because it all comes straight from the farm to the market, ripe and ready to enjoy. It’s Tennessee farm fresh food from real farmers, every Saturday morning at the Franklin Farmers Market. Plus, there are a select number of local crafts persons at the market too, with unique and beautiful goods for you to enjoy.

Franklin Farmers Market
Saturday, October 5, 8:00 am
at The Shed


The Franklin Farmers Market is a true Tennessee farmers market. From produce, fruit and dairy to baked goods and meats, you’ll find delicious fresh food at the Franklin Farmers Market. And because it’s all from local farms, the variety of goods increases and changes each week through the seasons. You can taste the difference, because it all comes straight from the farm to the market, ripe and ready to enjoy. It’s Tennessee farm fresh food from real farmers, every Saturday morning at the Franklin Farmers Market. Plus, there are a select number of local crafts persons at the market too, with unique and beautiful goods for you to enjoy.