Gallatin Mayor Paige Brown has revealed the lineup for the second annual Fire on the Water Music Festival.
Performances by Delta Rae, Birdtalker, The New Respects, Elenowen, William Wild, The Roosevelts, SHEL, LUTHI and The Daybreaks will be held on two lakefront stages Saturday, August 3, on Old Hickory Lake in Gallatin, Tennessee.
The name “Fire on the Water” began as a nod to the great Johnny Cash and his song “Ring of Fire.” Cash lived on Old Hickory Lake and is buried just ten miles from Gallatin. While the reference to Cash slipped away as the festival evolved, Fire on the Water was solidified as a circus troupe specializing in fire entertainment joined the event.
Together with professional sound partners, food trucks, local beer and more than 100 boats surrounding the lakefront venue … a unique experience was born … Fire on the Water Music Festival.
General admission tickets go on sale at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 9, at fireonthewaterfestival.com/