Updated: Mar 24
To help celebrate this year’s 15th Anniversary event, Blooming Arts Festival will feature descendants of some of Music City’s great hitmakers, including Jesse and Noah Bellamy and Nash Hamilton & The CreekHouse Orchestra. The 2-day lineup of musicians also features, among others, Nashville artist Les Kerr and local band Pickin Crows, both popular performers at Commodore Music Café.
“We’ve stepped up our music game this year, with heirs of Nashville music royalty,” said Hayley Byrd, executive director. “Blooming Arts is always a great time in Linden, but this year will be extra special as we celebrate 15 years.”
More than 150 artists, musicians and food vendors are expected to participate. The 15th annual Blooming Arts Festival, March 24-25, 2023, is Linden’s annual signature event and one of the region’s leading outdoor festivals. Blooming Arts is free and open to the public.
Jesse and Noah Bellamy, are the sons of David Bellamy and nephews of Howard Bellamy, known around the world as the Bellamy Brothers. Songwriters, recording artists and popular performers, Jesse and Noah have released a diverse set of material over the years, including their latest single “The Vision.”
Nash Hamilton is a Nashville based singer songwriter who has spent his whole life surrounded by music. Growing up backstage of the Grand Ole Opry watching his grandfather George Hamilton IV, a member of the Opry for more than 50 years, perform weekly. Nash is ready to take his turn centerstage with his recently released album "Speed Limit 25" featuring his backing band, the CreekHouse Orchestra.
Additional musical guests are Kent Dean, Kenny Durham, Jeff Quillen Band, Taffah Walston, and Country Mile. The full schedule is here. Exhibitors include fine artists and hand-crafted artisans. The event also features a popular Kids Zone, complete with rides and many fun activities.
Kicking off festival season in Tennessee, the staff of Blooming Arts 2023 anticipates a great 15th Anniversary celebration. Visit BloomingArtsCelebrates15.