(Murfreesboro, Tenn.) June 18th, 2020- INTRODUCING – The first annual FREEEDOM FESTIVAL. With Tennessee’s economic recovery guideline addressing large venues and attractions, Hop Springs has decided to celebrate July 4th with a benefit concert and fireworks supporting our first responders and frontline workers of Rutherford County.  

84 acres of open space provides plenty of social distancing. Only 2,000 people will be allowed on the property. That would give each individual a 45×45 foot square if they chose. 

Admission tickets are $10 and may be purchased online in advance (free admission for kids under 14). 100% of ticket proceeds will be donated to Rutherford County first responders and frontline workers. 

The property opens at 2:00 p.m. for parking, with live music set to begin at 3:00 p.m. Fans can enjoy food, beer, and family-friendly games throughout the property, while several great live performances take place between two stages featuring favorite local songwriters and artists such as End of the Line (An Allman Brothers Tribute band), The Smoking Flowers, Kirsten Arian, Kira Lynn, Andrew Millsaps, Madeline McDonald, My One and Only, Amanda Page Cornett & Almost Angels and Angela Sue Cheslock. Then, at sundown, there will be an evening firework show (sponsored by MAD Fireworks).