July 31-August 3 Events
Boasts 29 Headliners, 22 Shows, Auction, Workshop & CompetitionHENDERSON, Ky. (July 17, 2013) -- Writers of blockbuster songs like Jimmy Buffet’s “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere,” Kenny Chesney’s “No Shoes No Shirt No Problems,” Darryl Worley’s “It Sounds Like Life To Me," and Garth Brook’s “The Dance,” only skims the surface of some top hits created by elite songwriter’s coming to Henderson, July 31- Aug. 3.
Twenty-nine accomplished Nashville songwriters who include Grammy award winners and nominees, stage performers in major bands, record producers, publishers and more will all come to share their love of songwriting and share their chart topping hits. These talented individuals will be playing their songs and telling the stories behind them, at the Fourth Annual Sandy Lee Watkins Songwriters Festival featuring Henderson native and award winning songwriter, Kerry Kurt Phillips and friends. (See above links for each of the Songwriter's Profiles).
There will be 22 shows in four days; two sets nightly in three downtown Henderson venues giving a true Nashville feel to the festivities. The three locations within one downtown walking block will be Rookies Sports Bar on 2nd Street, Delizio Restaurant on 2nd in the first floor of the Soaper Building and RiverBend Academy in the 2nd floor of the Soaper building at 2nd and Main. See Performance Schedule http://sandyleesongfest.com/?page_id=644
Tickets are now on sale through the online ticket link http://www.eventbrite.com/event/7126538669?ref=ebtn
All Access Passes must be purchased in advance before July 30 and provide the best value while giving patrons VIP early entry seating over general door admission. Individual select shows may be bought at the door of venues as long as space allows in each show. Read more