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AyerWaves Music Festival Combines Music with Outdoor Adventure

Third annual music festival scheduled for June in neighboring Winfield

By Eugenia Jones

The third annual AyerWaves Music Festival at Possum Trot in neighboring Winfield, Tennessee gives concert-goers a distinctly unique experience at an affordable price. With the festival’s main stage located at the top of Possum Trot Mountain, this year’s attendees will be able to enjoy more than twenty performances of diverse music including performances from Keller Williams & Emi Sunshine, Three Star Revival, Psygogglin, Kevin Dalton and the Tuesday Blooms, Zack Joseph, Home Grown Head, Billy Hubbard Band, Junction South, and others. In addition to the impressive array of musical performances, attendees will also have lots of time to explore Possum Trot’s forty-six acres of trails, wildlife, and scenic views.
Event organizer, Joshua Ayers of AyerWaves Entertainment, noted those attending the festival typically get one-of-kind opportunities when attending the AyerWaves Music Festival.
“The cool thing about AyerWaves is that almost all of the performers stay for the weekend,” Ayers remarked. “In the past two years, we have had late night campfire jams with the stage performers. It is a great way for the local talent to come meet national touring artists, hang around a fire for some intimate performances, and share a song or two with them.”
The Festival is scheduled for June 15 and 16 with a kick off party on Thursday, June 14. A light breakfast will be served on Sunday, June 17. Tickets are available now at with full event tickets priced at $50.00 and single day passes priced at $30.00. The festival is located at Possum Trot, 517 Adkins Trail in Winfield, TN.
Since the main stage sits amidst a sprawling campground and old West themed town, most festival goers arrive at Possum Trot ready to camp for the weekend with tents, tarps, rain gear, sunscreen, and other outdoor essentials. Musicians are encouraged to bring their instruments as the festival organizers love impromptu jam sessions. Cash is recommended as most vendors do not accept debit/credit cards. More Information about the festival, including rules and a packing list, can be found at

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