September 10-12 you can experience some of the South’s most incredible artisans at the inaugural Made South Market. Tickets will be sold to three separate events where you can enjoy Southern spirits, food, and crafts. Just outside of Nashville in Franklin, Tennessee, this one of a kind curated event celebrates the hard working makers and craftsmen of the South. Ten percent of all proceeds will benefit Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital in Vanderbilt Programs at Williamson Medical Center from Made South’s first ever Made South Market event.
Made South Supper & Songwriters: On September 10, enjoy handcrafted cocktails from Donner-Peltier Distillers and small-bites from Peg Leg Porker while you tour the pop-up art gallery featuring works by Mississippi artist Bradley Gordon. Feast on a four-course dinner created by Chef Hal Holden-Bache from Lockeland Table and his friends from Mason’s Nashville, Slow Hand Coffee Co. and The Farm House. Experience the music city at its finest while Nashville songwriters, Casey Beathard, Wynn Varble and Phil O’Donnell play their biggest hits and share their stories about writing songs for some of country’s biggest names like Brad Paisley, Garth Brooks, Blake Shelton, and Eric Church. The ticket prices start at $297 and takes place at the historic Carnton Plantation.
Made South BBQ & Bourbon Market Preview: On September 11, get your early access pass to the market and feast on some of the Southern made BBQ and Bourbon. Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint and Nashville bartenders will be serving up signature cocktails handcrafted from three different bourbons from Buffalo Trace Distillery. Purchasing tickets to this event gets you three hours of early-access shopping at the Made South Market, where you can meet 80 of the makers & artisans who will be featured at the next day’s event. Ticket prices start at $197 and takes place at the historic Harlinsdale Farm.
Made South Market: On September 12 you can shop straight from the 80 Southern craftsmen and artisans who will be participating in the Made South Market. You can grab some chocolate from Olive & Sinclair, notebooks from Blackbird Letterpress, prints by Andrew Lee Design, and a tea blend from Piper & Leaf. Enjoy music on the front porch of the Harlinsdale Farm and find your next best Southern buy. Ticket prices start at $17 for entrance to the market.