Uncle Dave Macon Days Presents Roots Rendezvous – OCTOBER 7-8, 2022

Where: 6790 John Bragg Highway, Murfreesboro, Tennessee 37127


Tickets for the Uncle Dave Macon Days October 7-8 are now on sale! Join the excitement. Take advantage of the Early Bird Special. Get your tickets for Friday night October 7, 5-10:30 pm, $12, and Saturday, October 8, Gates Open at 11 Festival from 1-10:30 pm $15.

To buy your tickets now, go to https://uncledavemacondays.com/tickets/

Uncle Dave Macon Days announces the Early Bird Special for those roots music enthusiasts who want to seize the moment and start the celebration at the new venue in Hop Springs. The long-awaited moment is finally here. The launch will kick off Friday evening and feature Glade City Rounders, Jake Leg Stompers, and Uncle Shuffelo and His Haint Hollow Hootenanny. Saturday, October 8, will feature performances by The Will MacLean Band, Caleb Christopher Edwards, Jake Leg Stompers, and The Cleverlys.

Don’t miss the opportunity to propel roots music into a surreal experience at this pristine location at Hop Springs.  Near the eastern edge of Rutherford County on the border of Cannon County is where the front porch, mill gathering, shade tree, and parlor pickin’ occurred in the 19th and early 20th centuries. It is there that the serene vistas draw you into a magical, back-in-time place. Uncle Dave Macon’s homeplace is a stone’s throw away. In the 1920’s Macon, “the Dixie Dew Drop,” was the first superstar of the Grand Ole Opry. 

Starting from humble beginnings on the lawn of the Rutherford County Courthouse in 1978, Uncle Dave Macon Days has been a Middle Tennessee tradition. The festival is reaching new heights by partnering with Hop Springs in the beautiful 83-acre rolling hills, a place for growing the festival into the 21st century.

Inspired by the legacy of America’s rich musical heritage, Uncle Dave Macon Days 2022 is expanding its musical genre experience. Sparked by the changes across America’s musical landscape, Uncle Dave Macon Days is dedicated to growing a family-friendly musical event at Hop Springs.