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Favorite ThisA packed lineup awaits this weekend at Creatures of the Night Festival

Published: October 6, 2015

By: Ellie Salrin

COTNAs we are phasing out of one hell of a festival season, there are still plenty of gems out there to feed our live music appetite. Creatures of the Night Festival is coming up this weekend just outside Nashville, TN that boasts an alluring and well thought-out lineup. From October 9-11 at Red River Valley Campgrounds in Adams, TN, the Creatures come out to play...

Live band performances from the likes of Lotus, Papadosio, Emancipator Ensemble, Dopapod, and Zoogma juxtapose perfectly with beasts like Thriftworks, G Jones, Mr. Bill, and Freddy Todd. There will be psychedelic and sacred bass artists like Birds of Paradise, Random Rab, Desert Dwellers, and Kaminanda, jamgrass aficionado Keller Williams, and French trip-hop legend Wax Tailor.


Taking place at a campground 45 minutes northwest of Nashville, the festival will host a series of visual artists like Amanda Sage and the Welch Brothers, aerial artists, fire dancers, and over fifty workshops in addition to the impeccable musical offerings. There will be late night and sunrise musical performances, as well as a beautiful river to swim in. The weather is expected to be in the 70’s during the day and 40’s at night.


The festival organizers cite transformation and the ability for a festival experience to be something you carry with you for long after the event as main ideas behind their conception. Interested in global change through musical gatherings, they hope to one day host events all over the world that also incorporate permaculture action to help feed people sustainably while celebrating life through music and dance.


Advanced General Admission three day tickets are available for $140.00. There will also be gate passes available at a higher rate, so grab your advanced price tickets while you can. RV passes are also available for $100.

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