MURFRESBORO, TN (CelebrityAccess) – Hop Springs Beer Park, a craft beer garden, announced that Knitting Factory Entertainment has been named the exclusive talent buyer for the park’s indoor and outdoor performance spaces.
The park, which sits on 83 acres of land outside of Murfreesboro, opened in 2018 and is home to several local craft breweries. In addition to beer, the park also offers a variety of entertainment options, including a 3,500-seat outdoor amphitheater and a 400-seat indoor concert hall that host musical and comedy events. , as well as a disc golf course, dog park, walking trails, and stream.
In 2019, the facility began hosting music festivals, starting with WMOT Roots Radio’s inaugural 895 Fest and launched a summer concert series in 2019, hosting an array of artists for indoor shows and exteriors including Travis Tritt, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Black Stone Cherry, Living Colour, Soul Asylum, Jamey Johnson, Delbert McClinton, and more.
Additionally, a new series of upgrades are underway at the facility, including enclosing the patio surrounding the reception hall with Eisenglass to maintain interior capacity during the winter season and upgrading the video package for the stage. interior and the patio.
Additionally, the park recently enhanced its production capabilities with sound and lighting platforms including JBL VRX Line Array, Allen & Heath SQ6 Mixing Console, Onyx Lighting Console and Chauvet Stage Lighting.
According to a press release from the park, planning is underway for a return of the venue’s summer concert season, with around half a dozen shows expected, in addition to 125 taproom shows, averaging 300. attendees per show.
“We are beyond thrilled to partner with Knitting Factory Entertainment to program our brand new venue. Their deep roots in entertainment and hospitality spaces, combined with their passion for creating and executing unique experiences for clients, align perfectly with our culture. We look forward to growing this partnership even further as we develop large-scale events across our scenic acreage in central Tennessee,” said Samantha Hanson, Park General Manager.