It’s Worth The Drive to Adams Tennessee for the Bell Witch Fall Festival.
Just 40 minutes from downtown Nashville and 30 minutes from Clarksville, it’s worth the drive to witness the beauty of the back roads filled with rolling hills, picturesque foliage, smoking barns and wildlife.
It’s worth the drive to attend these three events filled with deep-rooted history, folklore, storytelling and unforgettable drama, music and talent.
Red River Tales-history – folklore – stories- music Sunday, September 23, 2018 2 p.m. Free Event
Smoke: A Ballad of the Nightriders by David Alford – September 27, 28, 29 and October 4, 5 6
This long-suppressed local story of the dark history of the Black Patch Capital of the World and its Tobacco wars of the early 1900s unfolds through the gut-wrenching emotion ride of the Hartley family.
Spirit: The Authentic Story of the Bell Witch of Tennessee by David Alford October 18, 19, 20 and 25, 26, 27
Spirit will take you on an eerie journey that began in 1804 when John Bell uprooted his family and moved to a beautiful area on the Red River, now known as Adams, unaware that the grounds were already occupied by the later coined “Bell Witch.”
Tickets are available online and in person at the Robertson County Chamber of Commerce.
In Adams they are available at Adams City Hall.
If you are interested in tickets for groups of 20 or more, you may call 615-696-1300