The Market at Foxfire Park
Downtown Nashville, IN
Fall Fine Arts Festival
At the Fall Fine Arts Festival100 Artists, Live Music, Micro Brew from Big Woods, Kettle Corn, BBQ and much more.
Complete Music Schedule
Friday 11:00am-6:00pm, Saturday 10:00am-6:00pm, and Sunday 10:00am-5:00pm
Admission is only $3.00 for adults children 12 and under free
About Foxfire Park
The property at Foxfire Park has been family owned since 1940, and is former home to one of the very first gift shops in Nashville. The Market at Foxfire Park is a "must visit" for tourists and locals alike. Two weekends this fall, the market will present an array of over 100 artists exhibiting paintings, woodworking, pottery, glass work, and much, much more. Just as one might expect in this old artists' colony.
Foxfire Park is spread out over the better part of 2 acres, with plenty of places to park close by, so it's a great place to bring the family for an outting. Stroll among the booths, grab a bite to eat and take in the throngs of visitors that Nashville attracts. All of Nashville's shops and restaurants are within walking distance. So if you're in town during the Fall Festival put The Market at Foxfire Park at the top of your To Do list.
Live Music featuring John Two-Hawks, a Grammy® and Emmy nominated, Platinum Award winning recording artist whose music has been featured in movies by Fox Searchlight, films by HBO and programs on The History Channel just for starters. Two-Hawks is a bona-fide Native American Flute music visionary and pioneer who was among the first to introduce the Indigenous Flute to the world decades ago.
Brown County Indiana is a special place populated by welcoming people. Its wooded, rolling hills - lush green in the summer turning to fiery colors in the fall - are dotted with some of the most visited landmarks in the state of Indiana. The Brown County Seat and tourist hub is the thriving, yet still quaint town of Nashville. Here you'll find restaurants, hotels, a thriving theater community and, of course, the art galleries that made Nashville famous in the first place.