Category Archives: Music & Dancing
There will be live music throughout the entire event. D.J. Cricket will crank up the event with some karaoke on Thursday. There will be a variety of musical entertainment ranging from bluegrass to hillbilly. Come on out and show off your singing talent or just bring a chair and listen to various musical groups pick
New Location! Cherry Theater at Columbia State University Campus (*Little over a mile from park) Admission $8. Tickets available through Mule Day Office or at the door (doors open at 6:30 PM). This is the seventh annual Bluegrass Fest featuring Columbia’s own GRASSKICKERS a hard driving bluegrass group made up Phain Smith and Randy Drane
The Entertainment at the 4-H Ridley Center (located across from Maury County Park) will start at 6:30 PM. Admission will be $5.00 for adults and $3.00 10 years and under. Concessions by Friends of the Maury County Park and the Mule Day Queen will stop by. Come and enjoy a fun night. For information, call Willard Murphy 931-486-2210 or 931-580-0271.
Saturday night event will open with the local talent of the Muletown Stompers. This group has been clogging for Mule Day for several years. The Skyliters from Muscle Shoals, Alabama will be back by special request. This band was organized in the late 60′s by Mike O’Rear from Lawrenceburg, Tennessee and Gene Craig form Mt.
Join us at the Main Stage as a local Baptist Church leads us in a creative worship experience entitled… “Beginning in Jesus” A special presentation that has something for everyone including a live band, drama, signing and puppets! Sponsored by Mule Day and the Maury Baptist Association.
Local gospel singers will be performing at the Main Stage. Gospel singing will include both southern gospel and contemporary. Bring the entire family and enjoy the day. Ron Perry, Gospel Singer, will perform all during Mule Day and at the Worship Service on Sunday.