Bell Buckle, Tennessee

     

 

     Bell Buckle, Tennessee (pop. 504) is an historic railroad village of preserved and restored Victorian homes and churches, nestled among the hills, farmland and walking horse country of Bedford County, Tennessee. Established in 1852, Bell Buckle is now a thriving arts community with world-renowned painters, writers, sculptors, musicians, jewelry makers, quilters, mosaic artists-- even the Poet Laureate of Tennessee! Full of charming rows of eclectic shops, local eateries and colorful down-home festivals, Bell Buckle is also the home of The Webb School, a world-renowned college preparatory boarding and day school and is an integral part of the history of this unique town.
 

    Only about an hour from Nashville, Bell Buckle is a favorite day trip destination for stressed-out city dwellers who want to slow the pace down and take a step back in time. But it's not always a sleepy little town--the annual RC Cola and Moon Pie Festival in June and the Webb School/Main Street Craft Show in the fall draw well over 100,000 visitors to the tiny community.

     Bell Buckle is a Governor's Three-Star Community, and has the distinction of being the smallest town in Tennessee to be a Tree City, USA.  It was recently cited as one of the "50 Most Picturesque Small Towns in America"and the Smithsonian Magazine named Bell Buckle as one of "The 20 Best Small Towns to Visit."

     Come see us!

2020 Saturday Schedule:

12:30 - 2:30 PM

Meet and greet in Russ and Tori's front yard

(or at the Pavilion in case of rain)

 Sit on a hay bale, have some sweet tea and listen to Russ sing a couple of songs--then signing and photos!

5:30 PM

Enjoy a delicious Southern-style dinner

6:45 - 10 PM

Full band RUSS TAFF 

'BACK TO THE 80'S' CONCERT PARTY

Feel free to wear your favorite retro-fashions

Prizes will be awarded!

2020 Sunday Schedule

10:30 AM

Big ol' Gospel Brunch 

Worship Service Concert w/Russ and 

 

KEVIN PAULS

SOLVEIG LEIGTHAUG

**More Special Guests TBA**