Historic Springfield Events.
Historic Square Springfield,TN
Earth Day Expo, Friday Night Markets, History Ghostly Gathering + Tasting Tour, Robertson County Rumble,
1st Friday Night Markets
May 3rd, June 7th, July 5th, August 2nd, September 6th, October 4th 2019
Join us the 1st Friday night of each month from May until September on the Historic Downtown Springfield Square. Enjoy live music, food trucks, kids zone, classic car cruise in, farmers market, shopping with local artisans / makers and your favorite downtown merchants. This is a FREE event and family/pet friendly!
If you would like to sign up to be a vendor please fill out the following form.
Photos by Knepp Imaging
About Historic Springfield Events
What is HSE?
Historic Springfield Events mission is to create awareness and community of the Downtown Springfield Historic Square, by hosting community events that will benefit and aid in the beautification of our downtown Square.
Robertson County Rumble
September 21st Ride at 10:00am and event at 12:00-3:00pm
Join us for our 3rd annual vintage bike rally with fellow classic bike lovers. This year will start out with a ride! The ride is for all motorcyclist to participate in, but also optional. Not a biker? Bring the family down to check out the vintage motorcycles, listen to live music, enjoy the food trucks and shop with our local vendors. This will be a fun event for the whole family!
Enter your vintage bike into the contest and win a handmade trophy by our local metal fabricator, Maker Table. The catgories are American, British, European, Japanese, Moped/Scooters, Best Custom, and Best Preserved and Restored. Judging is for bikes 1993 or older, but all motorcycles are welcome to come. In addition, there will be a Best of Show & People's Choice Award given.
Downtown Bike Racks
With the proceeds from the events we were able to purchase two bike racks from local metal fabricator Maker Table. These are a great addition to our growing downtown area.
Central Bark Dog Park
Assisted in fundraising for our new local dog park. We were able to raise enough to purchase all benches, trash cans, clean-up stations, and personalize it with engraved bricks with personalized messages from residents.
Jail Alley Restoration
Restored a historical area of downtown nicknamed Jail Alley where the prisoners used to be led from the old jail to the courthouse. A local metal fabricator, Maker Table, designed and made a new interactive gate for the alley.
Springfield, TN is an up-and-coming town 30 minutes North of Nashville. The square is being brought back to life with businesses and preservation of the historic buildings while maintaining the small town community feel. Come see what makes our town special.