Cartersville Georgia Music
MAY 2019, world class exhibitions, a unique cowboy and family party and outdoor gathering in Cartersville, GEORGIA. Whether you're a day trip to the Georgia Museum of Natural History or an overnight stay at the Hilton Garden Inn, Carterville GA is known for its luxurious lodges. If you want to take a trip from Carteringville to the city and given the abundance of hotels in the area, such as the Marriott Hotel and the Hyatt Regency Hotel, this is a wise choice if you are staying in the city.
If you want to learn more about the history of this region, visit the Bartow History Museum in the three old courthouses of Cartersville. Take your visit further back in time with a visit to the Georgia Museum of Natural History and the Carterville Historical Society. You can visit www.cartersvillebluegrass.com or call 770-607-3480 to reserve your table.
Beautiful Backroads of the Century, offers the rolling foothills and Blue Ridge Mountains, and the original Dixie Highway is followed by an annual yard sale. US Highway 41, which runs parallel to State Route 3, is an old parallel to Interstate 75 that runs around the eastern edge of downtown and heads north to Calhoun and Dalton. State Route 61 runs south of Dallas, Georgia, through Cartersville, runs south to west through the city and north to east to the Georgia-Tennessee border.
This fun destination stretches beyond the definition of a museum and is certainly worth a visit, especially for fans of classic cars. The Smithsonian - Affiliated Museum and a beautifully restored historic downtown with antique galleries and boutiques are the perfect places for a Georgia vacation. After a trip to Old Car City, you can stop off at a small, trendy Southern diner serving fantastic home-cooked food. Guests have access to a variety of restaurants, bars, shops and restaurants in Cartersville, as well as a number of museums and galleries.
This concert is hosted by the Cartersville Highlands Chamber of Commerce, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. With the support of the organization, this concert continues to grow in popularity and is one of the most popular concerts in the region.
The Cartersville DDA's Main Street Program will expand this year's festival to build on the success of the annual festival and its success over the past two years. The firehouse stage will feature local artists, local bands and local musicians from across the region. They will perform in a variety of genres including folk, country, jazz, blues, rock, hip-hop, soul, pop, rap, reggae, funk, bluegrass, electronic music and more, as well as as as special guests with the Bluegrass Band, the rising stars of the Atlanta music scene.
We believe that this event was a success as people came and visited with friends, relaxed, listened to music and thereby created beautiful memories. Getting to downtown is a very special experience and we think we will attract a dynamic and fun crowd to downtown Cartersville. Watch a video of the performance below and watch it to learn more about this year's festival.
Held annually since 2013, the Cartersville Bluegrass and Folk Festival is a must-see for anyone who loves great music. There is nothing in the south that reminds me so much of bluegrass or folk, and the music and atmosphere of the festival itself have something special, but there is nothing that reminds me so much of the Blue Grass and Folk Festival.
We have live music on Fridays and Sundays with local bands like Thrill Machine, and we have it on the outdoor terrace to accompany our barbecue menu.
Bring a chair, enjoy a cold beer and watch a ball game on the TV at the bar, or enjoy the stage all day long and listen to the music of local bands such as Thrill Machine, Shinedown and other local acts.
Michael Allman has Southern Rock'n'Roll and Blues sounds and will be a fun band to dance to all evening. Bebe will be the only local band on stage at the Cartersville Georgia Music Festival on Saturday, July 23 at 7 p.m.
In the 1860s, a community of former enslaved blacks emerged in downtown Cartersville, and with the help of Henry Saxon, a black business community was formed. Gassett bought the room, and he was also a blacksmith in the 19th century. Jackson Burge was born in New York City in 1812 and enslaved by Nathaniel and Nancy Burges, who moved with him to Georgia.
The active community in the Bartow district has many cultural and leisure opportunities, but also a number of nightlife opportunities. Marietta, which is described as "the longest running music club in Georgia," offers indie and punk bands most evenings of the week. Haigler, now 72, was introduced to folk music as a freshman at Georgia Tech in the early 1960s. He writes and sings original music, and he has been writing and singing it for over 40 years, most of it in Cartersville.