American Mule and Bluegrass Festival

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American Mule & Bluegrass Festival
Calsonic Arena
Shelbyville, TN

Come join us for mules, crafts, fun and Good Bluegrass music!

September 13th - 18th, 2021

This is a charity event and will be benefiting the Boys and Girls Club, Horse Play, Shelbyville Soup Kitchen, to name a few.

We will have tons of events and we have an early bird special going on now. You can get a armband for admission for the entire week which includes the Rhonda Vincent and The Rage concert for only $45 for a limited time. Go to Tickets Page to order your tickets now. Daily tickets will also be available, but you must purchase a ticket for the Rhonda Vincent concert. That's why this early bird special is a great deal!

Some of the events will be:
· Bluegrass concerts Wed-Sat night in Calsonic Arena
· Craft fair
· Mule show, mule clinics, mule logging competition & mule demonstrations
· Square dancing and cloggers
· A two day wagon train
· Chuckwagon cooking
· We will have Pickers Alley with an outdoor stage where pickers/bands are free to get up and play.
· And many fun things for the family

Camping spots with hookups are available as well as primitive camping sites and mule stalls.

Photo courtesy of Barr Studios

AND we will be having a chance to win Angel

An American made 2 year molly mule out of a gaited mare by Cactus Jack Donkey. She is broke to lead, load and clip. Angel will be given away Saturday night Sept 18 during the bluegrass band break. Donations are going to charities and you do not have to be present to win. Sign up here!

Rural Heritage on RFD-TV

Keep up with their schedule times to see us on RFD-TV. We will be broadcast live daily there and on WLIJ radio Station FM 98.7 and AM 1580!

We are still updating our website and adding more information.

Made In USA Mules, Bluegrass music and crafts!

Be a sponsor! Go to Sponsorship Info/App for more information and application.

Photo courtesy of Barr Studios

For more information, contact
Marty Ray Gordon