44th Annual Hank Williams Sr. Festival happening this weekend
GEORGIANA, Ala. (WSFA) - The 44th annual Hank Williams Sr. Festival will be held this weekend in downtown Georgiana.
According to the event organizers, the festival will take place June 2 through June 3 on the grounds of Hank’s boyhood home. This 1850 house is the only home remaining that Hank Williams lived in prior to becoming a Nashville star, according to the museum’s website.
Various artists will be featured during the two-day event including Chris Cagle, Jason Petty, Starla Jones, Mary McDonald, The Band “Flashback”, New Vision, Edward Johannsen, Mary Battiata, Terry Smith, Morgan Brown, Colon Leatherwood, The Bush Family, Jeff Raybren and Mason Ramsey.
Attendees can see the museum on Saturday for free with proof of a festival ticket purchase. The museum, which opened in 1993, displays memorabilia, artifacts, pictures and some of the singer’s personal belongings.
This is an outside event and attendees of the festival are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs. No lounge chairs, coolers, food, drinks, or pets can be brought inside the park.
Tickets for Friday are $20 while tickets for Saturday are $40. You can also buy a weekend advance ticket for $60. Visit this link for more information and to purchase tickets. For more information e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call: 251-626-4086.
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