Ashland City Summerfest comes of age as it turns 21 on June 4.
The annual celebration runs from 6-10 p.m. each day June 4-8 in Riverbluff Park.
The popular event features arts and crafts, youth sports representatives and the traditional fireworks show on the final night of the event at 9:30 p.m.
Ten musical acts (two each night of the event) are set to perform on the Summerfest stage. The cost of the carnival arm band is $25.
The music performance schedule is:
June 4 — Jamie Brabham and the Little Cash Band (7 p.m.); Michael Jacobs (8:30 p.m.)
June 5 — Up The Creek (7 p.m.); Karen McCormick (8:30 p.m.)
June 6 — The Hutcheson Brothers (7 p.m.); Day Dreamer (8:30 p.m.)
June 7 — Dixie Reunion, featuring the A.R. tribute to Johnny and June Cash (7 p.m.); Rode West (8:30 p.m.)
June 8 —Stephen Randall Band (7 p.m.); Bluesdog (8:30 p.m.).
Georgia native Brabham finds his musical roots in Christian-country. He currently performs with his band in Nashville and opened for T. Graham Brown at the Dixie Carter House in Huntington.
Up The Creek features local talent that includes Lanny Morrison, Patrick Smith, Rick Johnson, Mike Gudan, Phillip Maxey, Chris Cheatham and Franklin Wilkinson.
Aaron Prosiuk and Ashley Robertson pay tribute to Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash. Rode West is a popular country and rock band that was recently featured the Ashland City Senior Center picnic.
The Stephen Randall Band mixes 1960s, 70s, 80s, and 90s rock. The members of the band based in Ashland City are Steve Boyd, Randy Bush, Dean Norwood and Greg Hagewood. LeRoy “Bluesdog” Falconi is a harmonica player with elements of country, blues, rock and even heavy metal.