Tiffany Williams is a native of Eastern Kentucky. She is a coal miner's daughter, granddaughter, and great-granddaughter and an exciting emerging voice who crafts achingly beautiful songs about what it means, in her experience, to be from the Appalachian Mountains.
"I love Appalachia as I love myself," she says, "with an intimate understanding of its shortcomings and virtues, with compassion and forgiveness, and with fierce hope. It’s home and always will be, but, for me, it took moving away to write about it." When she "took off down the big road," she ended up in Nashville, where, for the last five years, she has honed her songwriting through commercial, co-writing, and solo pursuits.
Doors Open 5:30 Start Time 6pm
Suggested Donation $15
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This is an outdoor event & weather permitting.
You will not see the “venue” from the street.
Please park on the side of the road facing downhill.
You will have to follow an 800ft path through the woods.
There is limited seating. But plenty of lawn space. If you are able, you are welcome to bring a blanket/ folding chairs for the lawn.
Suggested you bring: Flashlight, bug spray, good vibes, sunscreen, water, bubbles, a friend, cash cause there may be merch & hats for tipping, snacks, hula hoops. BYOB in moderation.
PLEASE DO NOT BRING
NON-NH/ADA defined service dogs
Emotional support animals
You will be on private property.
Any patrons that attend are responsible for their own physical well-being and brought items. Hippy Hollow is not responsible for any lost, damaged, or stolen property and is not responsible for accidents and injuries that occur during the event. This is a kind heads up that the property is not accessible or physically accommodating for everyone. Please familiarize yourself with the event instructions and plan accordingly.