The High Noon Music Festival is proud to announce a day designated to bringing autism awareness to the community, while providing excellent musicians, vendors, food and fun.
A BBQ in addition to “A Taste of Chicago” food truck and a slushy stand will be available.
The event is scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 24, at the Rhea County Fairgrounds in Evensville, located at 290 Harold Robbins Lane across from Rhea Middle School. The festival begins at 11 a.m. and continues until 8 p.m.
A silent auction will start at 11 a.m. and the live music will kick off at high noon. Performers include local and regional bands covering Southern Rock, Current Country, Classic Rock and Hard Rock songs.
Taking the stage will be Pluto’s Advantage, Barron Wilson, Jeff Bailey Band, Clearwater, The Michael Seabolt Band and Rushing Wind. The Michelle Leigh Band will serve as the headliner for the event. The group has seven nominations for 2019 Josie Music Awards, including Southern Rock Vocalist, Artist and Entertainer of the Year.
There is no entry free however donations are welcomed. This event is dedicated to promoting autism awareness and the needs of individuals with autism and their families.For more information, contact event coordinator Michael Seabolt at (423) 285-2868.