The annual Stave Fest is back again for 2021 in downtown Lawrenceburg, this year with two days of live music, food trucks, juried artisan craft vendors and more.
For this year’s event, Lawrenceburg’s bicentennial activities – delayed from 2020 due to Covid – will also be incorporated into Stave Fest, with walking tours, historic displays and other plans currently being made.
Festival hours will be 11 a.m.-9 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 10 and Saturday, Sept. 11.
The musical lineup includes:
Friday, Sept. 10
5 p.m. – Hicktown Romeo
6 p.m. – Puncheon Creek
7-9 p.m. – D. Boone Pittman
Saturday, Sept. 11
12 p.m. – PG-13 (Paul Williams and Gary Harmon)
1 p.m. – R&R
2 p.m. – Ashley Renae
3 p.m. – Jeremy Zeller and The Otherside
4 p.m. – Andy Palmer
5 p.m. – Savage
6 p.m. – Chris Fallis
7-9 p.m. – Liquid Velvet
Along with 11 great musical acts, this free family-friendly event will include food and beverage trucks, juried artisan craft vendors, inflatables for the kids (Saturday only), as well as activities celebrating Lawrenceburg’s bicentennial.