Tullahoma’s 41-A Music Festival Brings a Great Time and a Great Cause
By: Brandon Delffs
Fall is finally here and that means it is music festival season in Tullahoma, Tennessee. Volunteers from the Kiwanis Club at Highland Rim put on the 12th annual 41-A Music Festival in Tullahoma on Saturday, the 24th. Food trucks were plentiful as those in attendance were treated to different culinary options from local businesses.
This year’s festival marks the second in a row taking place at Grider Stadium on Tullahoma High School’s campus, moving away from the downtown environment on the square where the festival initially took place. The lineup featured an incredible collection of local talent such as Chase Clanton and Vintage Vibes, Stagger Moon, and Utopia. The co-headlining performance featured Motley Inc., a cover band for the popular 80's band Motley Crue. That was not the end of the fun for the night, though, as The Atomic Punks closed the night out with some of Van Halen’s most crowd-pleasing tunes.
All proceeds from the festival will go towards charitable children’s organizations and the club’s mission of “changing the world one child, one community at a time” according to Kiwanis Club at Highland Rim Chair Jason Redd. The 41-A Music Festival is the primary fundraiser for the Kiwanis Club and a driving force in the organization's charitable efforts. To find out how to support the Kiwanis Club at Highland Rim, please visit www.tullahomakiwanis.org.