Thompson’s Station Park will be filled with blues, rock, pop and country music on Oct. 29 at the Thompson’s Station Oktoberfest 2016, a Third Coast Music Festival for a Cause.
The event, organized by guitarist-producer Rick Armentrout, raises money for the Alzheimer’s Association Mid-South Chapter and the Gauge Stevens Diabetic Dog Fund (animals trained to alert diabetics to dangerous fluctuations in their blood sugar).
The all-day event from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. features constant music as well as classic cars, exhibits and vendors, and food booths.
A LifeFlight helicopter landing is among the attractions (if the aircraft is not dispatched to an emergency), the Williamson County Rescue Squad station 23 will exhibit vehicles and information, and the Brentwood Fire and Rescue Department’s Fire Safety House will be on display.
Among the musicians will be:
- Singer-songwriter Colleen Lloy who performs Rock n’ Roll, Alternative, Americana, R&B, Pop and Country;
- Blues singer-songwriter Miranda Louise, founding member of the Blue’s Foundations Award winning Music City Blues Society;
Rock n’ Roller Dan Shafer;
- Singer-songwriter-guitarist, producer Thom Bresh;
- Hillbilly blues, Caribbean rock n’ roll performer Les Kerr;
- Blues band Lara and The Bluz Dawgz
- The county-Christian Michael Ricks Band
- Jazz, blues and country band Rick Armentrout and Third Coast
- Americana singer-songwriter Tarryn Smith
- Country singer-songwriter Aubrey Wollett
More sponsors and vendors are welcome. Go here for information.