It's time to get excited for 3 days of incredible local and regional bands infused with many other performers and activities. Here you will find who is performing, how to find us, and most everything you could need to know about Roots Fest. If you find something we haven't covered don't hesitate to contact us. FREE camping facilities with purchase of a ticket!!! Keep checking back for new info and any other updates. Gates Open at Noon on Friday May 17th, 2013 Directions Destination: Cherokee Farms, Old Mineral Springs Road, Lafayette, GA Directions From Chattanooga, TN Approximately 23 miles to the Festival Grounds From I24/US 27 Exit at Rossville Blvd. Exit 180B Drive South on US 27/Rossville Blvd. crossing into Georgia for 20.8 miles to Lafayette Pass Wal-Mart on right, at the traffic signal turn right onto GA Hwy 136 W Drive 1 mile & turn Left onto Old Mineral Springs Road Drive 1.4 miles & turn Right onto Walnut Row Drive LOOK FOR FESTIVAL SIGNS Directions From Atlanta, GA Approximately 26 miles from I-75, you will intersect with Martha Berry Hwy/US 27 Travel North on I-75 to Exit 320 Left onto GA Hwy 136 Stay on GA Hwy 136 for 6.6 miles Turn SLIGHT right onto Sugar Valley Rd. NW/GA Hwy 136 for 14.5 miles Turn LEFT onto GA Hwy 151/GA Hwy 136 for 1.4 miles Turn RIGHT onto GA Hwy 136/E GA Hwy 136 for 4 miles Turn Right onto US Hwy 27 and drive 2 miles Turn Right at traffic signal and drive .4 miles At traffic signal turn left onto GA Hwy 136 W passing Wal-Mart on the right Drive 1 mile & turn Left onto Old Mineral Springs Road Drive 1.4 miles & turn Right onto Walnut Row Drive LOOK FOR FESTIVAL SIGNS
Tuesday, Nov 27, 2012 7:00 PM CST (6:30 PM Doors) Mercy Lounge, Nashville, TN 18 years and over
Acoustic Lightnin' at The Pickle Barrel
Uncle Lightnin' CD Release Party for "Ted the Cowboy Eisenhower"
battle of the bands.
Sounds Like: the band, Drive-By Truckers, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers
Bio: Uncle Lightnin' was formed in 1995 and named for Richard's great-uncle Elijah, aka “Lightnin'” - a well known figure of the Nashville nightlife scene during the late 1940's, 50's, and early 60's. The original Uncle Lightnin' was a true "character" in the Southern sense of the word: one who lived ...See Full Bio