Edgehill Rocks returns for the fourth annual one-day, outdoor celebration on Saturday, April 7th, from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.
The one-day, outdoor celebration—which benefits the Organized Neighbors of Edgehill, a nonprofit that assists the diverse people of the neighborhood—will feature live entertainment from local artists, delicious offerings from popular food vendors, a kid’s area, the chance to shop from local merchants and more. Located on Villa Place and Edgehill Avenue, the event is free to attend and open to the public.
The lineup of bands and musicians that will play on the event’s two different stages throughout the day includes The Melting Pot Band, Belmont University’s The Beltones, Carly Rogers, Nashville School of Rock, Watson Grove Music Ministry, and Great Peacock featured as the headliner.
The Bobby’s Idle Hour Stage returns for its second year, curated by the legendary Music Row bar and venue to include acts such as The East River Rounders, The Dudes Terrific, and many others.
Attendees can also enjoy their choice of food options from local favorites such as the Grilled Cheeserie, Bradley’s Creamery, among others, while shopping unique finds and handmade goods from more the 60 artists and merchants.
In addition, individuals and families are invited to visit the restaurants and dessert shops at Edgehill Village, including Edgehill Cafe, Taco Mamacita, Old Glory, Legato Gelato, Barcelona Wine Bar, and Bella Napoli, and are encouraged to explore the surrounding stores and businesses.
For more information please visit www.edgehillrocks.com