Arts & Entertainment

Through the years, Overton County has been home to authors, craftsmen, artists, and musicians, many of whom found their inspiration in the people and places of Overton County. They can be found on the Courthouse Square hosting an impromptu jam session, in the art galleries that host their creations, or at the local library, reading
 a chapter of their latest book.
 Chances are, they’ll inspire you as well. What will you create?


Americanaville is a venue that celebrates the Americana music prevalent in and around Livingston, Tennessee, with past performers including the likes of Jake Hoot and T. Graham Brown. The venue, which seats around 200, focuses on acoustic singer-songwriter music with weekly shows every Thursday night. Dinner is served during each show.

Live in Livingston

Central Park Livingston is pleased to present LIVE IN LIVINGSTON, a FREE Summer Concert Series! #LILTN2021

Christmas in the Country

Christmas in the Country is Livingston & Overton County, Tennessee’s Christmas Celebration on their historic Downtown Square! This yearly event begins on the day after Thanksgiving and continues for the next 2 consecutive Friday nights from 5pm – 8pm. Come enjoy the Tree Lighting, fireworks, music, carolers,  shopping with the local merchants on the square, giveaways, pictures with Santa, Carriage rides, refreshments, performances by our local dance students, live nativity scene and The Grinch has even been known to show up! It’s a perfect time to celebrate the Season and enjoy time with friends, family and neighbors. This event has become a local favorite and is a Holiday tradition for those in our area and visitors alike. Make sure Christmas in the Country is on your list of Christmas Celebrations to attend this year and every year after.

The Old Gray

The Old Gray is Middle Tennessee’s newest entertainment venue. Located in Overton County just 20 minutes from downtown Livingston, Tennessee