Ten Top Events For 2016 At The Factory

Aren’t “Top Ten” lists just so played out? Here at The Factory at Franklin, every event is always at the very top of the list, and this year’s lineup is definitely one to write home about! Instead of a “Top Ten” list (like all those other event spaces put out every year), here is The Factory’s “TEN TOP” list of not to miss events for the 2016 calendar year! In no particular order:

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-Showmance (March 11)—Studio Tenn and The Theater Bug collaborate to present, “Showmance!” Following Studio Tenn’s presentation of, “The Glass Menagerie,” the two production houses will come together to perform this original play. This particular performance will be the first showing in Williamson County for The Theater Bug, one of Tennessee’s best children’s theatrical companies.

-Music on the Lawn (Coming This Spring, Stay Tuned For Dates!)—This ongoing, multi-genre music series which solely showcases original songwriting and songwriters.

-Made South Marketplace (November 18th-19th)—Looking for a two-day event featuring over 100 makers from all over the south? Yeah…we thought so.

-City Farmhouse Barn Sales (June 17th-18th & October 14th-15th)—The Factory will host two, three-day events featuring over 120 antique dealers from all over the country. There’s no telling what treasures wait to be unearthed here!

-Bramble (June 4th)—The perfect summertime show focusing solely on men’s health, fashion, and lifestyle.

-Beer, Bacon, and Bourbon Festival (March 5th)—This one speaks for itself, folks… Definitely not one to miss!

-Franklin Wine Festival (October 21st)—This event will feature over 400 wines from 40 different local restaurants…. Come thirsty, y’all!

-Kinekt Conference (September 9th-10th)—This two-day event will focus on digital media and the latest technologies. Come get all the latest information!

Remember, there are always things happening down at The Factory, so be sure to check out our lineup regularly for more information on all of these (and many more) events!

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