Wayne County’s Own “The Caltons” to Appear at Lifest Music Festival


   Lifest Oshkosh, one of the largest Christian music festivals in the nation, is excited to bring their “Party With a Purpose” to Middle Tennessee! The family-friendly, contemporary Christian music festival will be held July 29-31, 2021, at Hideaway Farm (known as the old Johnny Cash farm) in Bon Aqua, TN. Lifest is presented by Life Promotions, a nonprofit organization focused on instilling hope in youth.

   In addition to music icons such as Michael W. Smith, Newsboys, Matthew West, Skillet, Danny Gokey, Sidewalk Prophets, Mandisa, and many more, Nashville’s Big Back Yard (NBBY) will have its own stage at the festival, with bands or artists representing most of the NBBY counties. Onstage Thursday, representing Hampshire, will be Demetri Moon. Representing Hickman County will be The Grinder’s Switch Ensemble and Kingsley Brock. On Friday, representing Loretto, Lawrenceburg, and the Shoals, will be Faith Music. And on Saturday, July 31st, representing Wayne County, will be The Caltons! This seventh-generation Southern gospel family group, comprised of Daryl, Lisa, Shawna, and Shaina Calton, will be taking the stage at 11:00 a.m. Also taking the stage on Saturday will be Sherry Duncan and Richard Taylor, representing Perry County, and Legacy, representing Hohenwald and Summertown.

   Tickets are available now at lifest.com/music-city. Use code NBBY to get $5 off your ticket. In addition, Lifest is offering two free tickets for youth workers per church or school. Go to https://www.itickets.com/register/new/449933 and enter Promo Code YOUTH21 for youth workers. 

   Camping sites are available on-site as well as discounted hotel rates at participating local hotels.