For information, please call (731) 779-9000 or email info@westtnheritage.com

Events

VIEW OUR CALENDAR BELOW FOR SPECIFIC TIMES AND DETAILS.
Events are added and updated as they are finalized. If you have any questions, please call us at (731) 779-9000.

Exit 56 Blues Fest

Experience live music, arts and crafts, a cruise-in and our championship Deep-Fried BBQ Eating contest!

Memorial Day Weekend

FREE ADMISSION!

Hatchie BirdFest

Events will include special speakers and demonstrations, hikes, and exhibitors. Perfect for seasoned birders or beginners.

1st Weekend of June

FREE, but registration required.

Tina Turner Heritage Days

Celebrating the heritage and legacy of Flagg Grove School along with its most famous student, Anna Mae Bullock.

4th Weekend of September

The Summer Jamz Music Fest

Featuring Jammin’ At Mr. Jimmy’s; Brownsville Rootz; Dunbar Carver Tours; Blues, Soul and Rock ‘n Roll; Prayz in the Park; and more!

3rd Weekend of July

Sleepy’s Country Blues Jam

Celebrating the legacy of Blues Pioneer “Sleepy” John Adam Estes and West Tennessee’s Country Blues sound.

4th Saturday of January
10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Hatchie Bottom Bluegrass Jamboree

Fun for the entire family, and packed full of great bluegrass music! Shade tree pickers are welcome to come and enjoy their own pickin’.

2nd Saturday of May
5 – 8 p.m.

Exit 56 Blues Fest

Experience live music, arts and crafts, a cruise-in and our championship Deep-Fried BBQ Eating contest!

Memorial Day Weekend

FREE ADMISSION!

Hatchie BirdFest

Events will include special speakers and demonstrations, hikes, and exhibitors. Perfect for seasoned birders or beginners.

1st Weekend of June

FREE, but registration required.

Tina Turner Heritage Days

Celebrating the heritage and legacy of Flagg Grove School along with its most famous student, Anna Mae Bullock, known worldwide as Tina Turner.

4th Weekend of September

FREE ADMISSION!

Summer Jamz Music Fest

Featuring Jammin’ At Mr. Jimmy’s; Brownsville Rootz; Dunbar Carver Tours; Blues, Soul and Rock ‘n Roll; Prayz in the Park; and more!

3rd Weekend of July

Sleepy’s Country Blues Jam

Celebrating the legacy of Blues Pioneer “Sleepy” John Adam Estes and West Tennessee’s Country Blues sound.

4th Saturday of January
10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Hatchie Bottom Bluegrass Jamboree

Fun for the entire family, and packed full of great bluegrass music! Shade tree pickers are welcome to come and enjoy pickin’ before and after the on stage acoustic performances.

2nd Saturday of May
5 – 8 p.m.

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  • I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    All day
    01/12-03/03

    The Delta Heritage Center will present the exhibition, I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage, opening Friday, January 12. The exhibition, organized by the Tennessee State Museum, gives a snapshot of Tennessee’s rich African American musical heritage and its influence on worldwide musical genres.

    The Volunteer State has been the birthplace of some of the most influential music in the world, from the Beale Street blues clubs in Memphis, to the R&B scene on Nashville’s Jefferson Street and Knoxville’s Gem Theatre. The history of African American music follows the hardship of slavery in America. American slaves adapted their African ancestors’ music to hand clapping, singing, the fiddle, and the African–derived banjo.

    The exhibit is admission free and will be on display through March 3, 2018

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  • I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    All day
    01/13-03/03

    The Delta Heritage Center will present the exhibition, I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage, opening Friday, January 12. The exhibition, organized by the Tennessee State Museum, gives a snapshot of Tennessee’s rich African American musical heritage and its influence on worldwide musical genres.

    The Volunteer State has been the birthplace of some of the most influential music in the world, from the Beale Street blues clubs in Memphis, to the R&B scene on Nashville’s Jefferson Street and Knoxville’s Gem Theatre. The history of African American music follows the hardship of slavery in America. American slaves adapted their African ancestors’ music to hand clapping, singing, the fiddle, and the African–derived banjo.

    The exhibit is admission free and will be on display through March 3, 2018

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  • I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    All day
    01/14-03/03

    The Delta Heritage Center will present the exhibition, I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage, opening Friday, January 12. The exhibition, organized by the Tennessee State Museum, gives a snapshot of Tennessee’s rich African American musical heritage and its influence on worldwide musical genres.

    The Volunteer State has been the birthplace of some of the most influential music in the world, from the Beale Street blues clubs in Memphis, to the R&B scene on Nashville’s Jefferson Street and Knoxville’s Gem Theatre. The history of African American music follows the hardship of slavery in America. American slaves adapted their African ancestors’ music to hand clapping, singing, the fiddle, and the African–derived banjo.

    The exhibit is admission free and will be on display through March 3, 2018

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  • I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    All day
    01/15-03/03

    The Delta Heritage Center will present the exhibition, I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage, opening Friday, January 12. The exhibition, organized by the Tennessee State Museum, gives a snapshot of Tennessee’s rich African American musical heritage and its influence on worldwide musical genres.

    The Volunteer State has been the birthplace of some of the most influential music in the world, from the Beale Street blues clubs in Memphis, to the R&B scene on Nashville’s Jefferson Street and Knoxville’s Gem Theatre. The history of African American music follows the hardship of slavery in America. American slaves adapted their African ancestors’ music to hand clapping, singing, the fiddle, and the African–derived banjo.

    The exhibit is admission free and will be on display through March 3, 2018

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  • I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    All day
    01/16-03/03

    The Delta Heritage Center will present the exhibition, I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage, opening Friday, January 12. The exhibition, organized by the Tennessee State Museum, gives a snapshot of Tennessee’s rich African American musical heritage and its influence on worldwide musical genres.

    The Volunteer State has been the birthplace of some of the most influential music in the world, from the Beale Street blues clubs in Memphis, to the R&B scene on Nashville’s Jefferson Street and Knoxville’s Gem Theatre. The history of African American music follows the hardship of slavery in America. American slaves adapted their African ancestors’ music to hand clapping, singing, the fiddle, and the African–derived banjo.

    The exhibit is admission free and will be on display through March 3, 2018

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  • I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    All day
    01/17-03/03

    The Delta Heritage Center will present the exhibition, I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage, opening Friday, January 12. The exhibition, organized by the Tennessee State Museum, gives a snapshot of Tennessee’s rich African American musical heritage and its influence on worldwide musical genres.

    The Volunteer State has been the birthplace of some of the most influential music in the world, from the Beale Street blues clubs in Memphis, to the R&B scene on Nashville’s Jefferson Street and Knoxville’s Gem Theatre. The history of African American music follows the hardship of slavery in America. American slaves adapted their African ancestors’ music to hand clapping, singing, the fiddle, and the African–derived banjo.

    The exhibit is admission free and will be on display through March 3, 2018

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  • I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    All day
    01/18-03/03

    The Delta Heritage Center will present the exhibition, I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage, opening Friday, January 12. The exhibition, organized by the Tennessee State Museum, gives a snapshot of Tennessee’s rich African American musical heritage and its influence on worldwide musical genres.

    The Volunteer State has been the birthplace of some of the most influential music in the world, from the Beale Street blues clubs in Memphis, to the R&B scene on Nashville’s Jefferson Street and Knoxville’s Gem Theatre. The history of African American music follows the hardship of slavery in America. American slaves adapted their African ancestors’ music to hand clapping, singing, the fiddle, and the African–derived banjo.

    The exhibit is admission free and will be on display through March 3, 2018

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  • I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    All day
    01/19-03/03

    The Delta Heritage Center will present the exhibition, I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage, opening Friday, January 12. The exhibition, organized by the Tennessee State Museum, gives a snapshot of Tennessee’s rich African American musical heritage and its influence on worldwide musical genres.

    The Volunteer State has been the birthplace of some of the most influential music in the world, from the Beale Street blues clubs in Memphis, to the R&B scene on Nashville’s Jefferson Street and Knoxville’s Gem Theatre. The history of African American music follows the hardship of slavery in America. American slaves adapted their African ancestors’ music to hand clapping, singing, the fiddle, and the African–derived banjo.

    The exhibit is admission free and will be on display through March 3, 2018

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  • I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    All day
    01/20-03/03

    The Delta Heritage Center will present the exhibition, I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage, opening Friday, January 12. The exhibition, organized by the Tennessee State Museum, gives a snapshot of Tennessee’s rich African American musical heritage and its influence on worldwide musical genres.

    The Volunteer State has been the birthplace of some of the most influential music in the world, from the Beale Street blues clubs in Memphis, to the R&B scene on Nashville’s Jefferson Street and Knoxville’s Gem Theatre. The history of African American music follows the hardship of slavery in America. American slaves adapted their African ancestors’ music to hand clapping, singing, the fiddle, and the African–derived banjo.

    The exhibit is admission free and will be on display through March 3, 2018

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  • I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    All day
    01/21-03/03

    The Delta Heritage Center will present the exhibition, I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage, opening Friday, January 12. The exhibition, organized by the Tennessee State Museum, gives a snapshot of Tennessee’s rich African American musical heritage and its influence on worldwide musical genres.

    The Volunteer State has been the birthplace of some of the most influential music in the world, from the Beale Street blues clubs in Memphis, to the R&B scene on Nashville’s Jefferson Street and Knoxville’s Gem Theatre. The history of African American music follows the hardship of slavery in America. American slaves adapted their African ancestors’ music to hand clapping, singing, the fiddle, and the African–derived banjo.

    The exhibit is admission free and will be on display through March 3, 2018

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  • I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    All day
    01/22-03/03

    The Delta Heritage Center will present the exhibition, I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage, opening Friday, January 12. The exhibition, organized by the Tennessee State Museum, gives a snapshot of Tennessee’s rich African American musical heritage and its influence on worldwide musical genres.

    The Volunteer State has been the birthplace of some of the most influential music in the world, from the Beale Street blues clubs in Memphis, to the R&B scene on Nashville’s Jefferson Street and Knoxville’s Gem Theatre. The history of African American music follows the hardship of slavery in America. American slaves adapted their African ancestors’ music to hand clapping, singing, the fiddle, and the African–derived banjo.

    The exhibit is admission free and will be on display through March 3, 2018

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  • I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    All day
    01/23-03/03

    The Delta Heritage Center will present the exhibition, I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage, opening Friday, January 12. The exhibition, organized by the Tennessee State Museum, gives a snapshot of Tennessee’s rich African American musical heritage and its influence on worldwide musical genres.

    The Volunteer State has been the birthplace of some of the most influential music in the world, from the Beale Street blues clubs in Memphis, to the R&B scene on Nashville’s Jefferson Street and Knoxville’s Gem Theatre. The history of African American music follows the hardship of slavery in America. American slaves adapted their African ancestors’ music to hand clapping, singing, the fiddle, and the African–derived banjo.

    The exhibit is admission free and will be on display through March 3, 2018

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  • I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    All day
    01/24-03/03

    The Delta Heritage Center will present the exhibition, I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage, opening Friday, January 12. The exhibition, organized by the Tennessee State Museum, gives a snapshot of Tennessee’s rich African American musical heritage and its influence on worldwide musical genres.

    The Volunteer State has been the birthplace of some of the most influential music in the world, from the Beale Street blues clubs in Memphis, to the R&B scene on Nashville’s Jefferson Street and Knoxville’s Gem Theatre. The history of African American music follows the hardship of slavery in America. American slaves adapted their African ancestors’ music to hand clapping, singing, the fiddle, and the African–derived banjo.

    The exhibit is admission free and will be on display through March 3, 2018

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  • I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    All day
    01/25-03/03

    The Delta Heritage Center will present the exhibition, I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage, opening Friday, January 12. The exhibition, organized by the Tennessee State Museum, gives a snapshot of Tennessee’s rich African American musical heritage and its influence on worldwide musical genres.

    The Volunteer State has been the birthplace of some of the most influential music in the world, from the Beale Street blues clubs in Memphis, to the R&B scene on Nashville’s Jefferson Street and Knoxville’s Gem Theatre. The history of African American music follows the hardship of slavery in America. American slaves adapted their African ancestors’ music to hand clapping, singing, the fiddle, and the African–derived banjo.

    The exhibit is admission free and will be on display through March 3, 2018

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  • I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    All day
    01/26-03/03

    The Delta Heritage Center will present the exhibition, I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage, opening Friday, January 12. The exhibition, organized by the Tennessee State Museum, gives a snapshot of Tennessee’s rich African American musical heritage and its influence on worldwide musical genres.

    The Volunteer State has been the birthplace of some of the most influential music in the world, from the Beale Street blues clubs in Memphis, to the R&B scene on Nashville’s Jefferson Street and Knoxville’s Gem Theatre. The history of African American music follows the hardship of slavery in America. American slaves adapted their African ancestors’ music to hand clapping, singing, the fiddle, and the African–derived banjo.

    The exhibit is admission free and will be on display through March 3, 2018

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  • I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    All day
    01/27-03/03

    The Delta Heritage Center will present the exhibition, I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage, opening Friday, January 12. The exhibition, organized by the Tennessee State Museum, gives a snapshot of Tennessee’s rich African American musical heritage and its influence on worldwide musical genres.

    The Volunteer State has been the birthplace of some of the most influential music in the world, from the Beale Street blues clubs in Memphis, to the R&B scene on Nashville’s Jefferson Street and Knoxville’s Gem Theatre. The history of African American music follows the hardship of slavery in America. American slaves adapted their African ancestors’ music to hand clapping, singing, the fiddle, and the African–derived banjo.

    The exhibit is admission free and will be on display through March 3, 2018

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  • I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    All day
    01/28-03/03

    The Delta Heritage Center will present the exhibition, I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage, opening Friday, January 12. The exhibition, organized by the Tennessee State Museum, gives a snapshot of Tennessee’s rich African American musical heritage and its influence on worldwide musical genres.

    The Volunteer State has been the birthplace of some of the most influential music in the world, from the Beale Street blues clubs in Memphis, to the R&B scene on Nashville’s Jefferson Street and Knoxville’s Gem Theatre. The history of African American music follows the hardship of slavery in America. American slaves adapted their African ancestors’ music to hand clapping, singing, the fiddle, and the African–derived banjo.

    The exhibit is admission free and will be on display through March 3, 2018

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  • I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    All day
    01/29-03/03

    The Delta Heritage Center will present the exhibition, I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage, opening Friday, January 12. The exhibition, organized by the Tennessee State Museum, gives a snapshot of Tennessee’s rich African American musical heritage and its influence on worldwide musical genres.

    The Volunteer State has been the birthplace of some of the most influential music in the world, from the Beale Street blues clubs in Memphis, to the R&B scene on Nashville’s Jefferson Street and Knoxville’s Gem Theatre. The history of African American music follows the hardship of slavery in America. American slaves adapted their African ancestors’ music to hand clapping, singing, the fiddle, and the African–derived banjo.

    The exhibit is admission free and will be on display through March 3, 2018

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  • I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    All day
    01/30-03/03

    The Delta Heritage Center will present the exhibition, I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage, opening Friday, January 12. The exhibition, organized by the Tennessee State Museum, gives a snapshot of Tennessee’s rich African American musical heritage and its influence on worldwide musical genres.

    The Volunteer State has been the birthplace of some of the most influential music in the world, from the Beale Street blues clubs in Memphis, to the R&B scene on Nashville’s Jefferson Street and Knoxville’s Gem Theatre. The history of African American music follows the hardship of slavery in America. American slaves adapted their African ancestors’ music to hand clapping, singing, the fiddle, and the African–derived banjo.

    The exhibit is admission free and will be on display through March 3, 2018

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  • I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage Exhibition

    All day
    01/31-03/03

    The Delta Heritage Center will present the exhibition, I Have a Voice: Tennessee’s African American Musical Heritage, opening Friday, January 12. The exhibition, organized by the Tennessee State Museum, gives a snapshot of Tennessee’s rich African American musical heritage and its influence on worldwide musical genres.

    The Volunteer State has been the birthplace of some of the most influential music in the world, from the Beale Street blues clubs in Memphis, to the R&B scene on Nashville’s Jefferson Street and Knoxville’s Gem Theatre. The history of African American music follows the hardship of slavery in America. American slaves adapted their African ancestors’ music to hand clapping, singing, the fiddle, and the African–derived banjo.

    The exhibit is admission free and will be on display through March 3, 2018

February
February
February

              

HOURS

April to September
Monday – Saturday: 9am – 6pm
Sunday: 10am – 5pm

October to March
Monday – Saturday: 9am – 5pm
Sunday: 1am – 5pm

CONTACT

Interstate 40 at Exit 56
121 Sunny Hill Cove
Brownsville, Tennessee 38012

Phone: (731) 779-9000
Email: info@westtnheritage.com

©2017 West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center. The West Tennessee Delta Heritage Center is owned and operated by the City of Brownsville, TN. This facility is an equal opportunity employer and provider.

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