Johnny Cash Now tribute show
Johnny Cash Now, a tribute to Johnny Cash by musician Gray Sartin, will perform at the Carnton Sunset Concert Series on Sunday.
Online ticket sales for Johnny Cash Now will end at 5 p.m. on June 28. Tickets may also be purchased on-site after that date and at the gate. Gates open at 4 p.m. and the show begins at 6 p.m. at Carnton, 1345 Eastern Flank Circle, Franklin 37064.
Tickets for Johnny Cash Now are $10/adults in advance, $12/adults day-of, and $5/children ages 6-15.
  • Advance tickets may be purchased in the gift shops of Carter House (1140 Columbia Ave) or Carnton (1345 Eastern Flank Cir), or online at boft.org ($0.50 processing fee per ticket applies to online purchases).
  • The concerts are held on the east lawn next to the historic house. Parking is free. Restrooms are on-site.
  • Food and drinks are available for purchase or attendees may bring their own (including alcohol).
  • No tents, grills, open flames, or pets are allowed.
  • Please keep this historic site clean by taking your trash with you at the end of the evening. Trash bags provided by Keep Williamson Beautiful will be available at no charge.
  • Tickets are non-refundable and may only be redeemed at the concert you choose at the time of purchase. In the event of inclement weather, every effort will be made to reschedule the concert
Food and beverages are available from on-site vendors at this Sunday’s concert: Puckett’s, Ugly Burger, TN Cobbler, Moosic City Ice Cream and Waffles, Street Coffee, The Sweet Bean, and Edelweiss Boutique.

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