Thomas Rhett is the star of the show at Honeysuckle Hill Farm’s Fall Festival this year.
The 12-acre farm just outside of Nashville in Springfield, Tennessee, which has hosted its annual Fall Festival every year since 2003, features a pumpkin patch, all of the classic fall foods (you can find me eating the pumpkin fudge until I get sick), a petting zoo for the little ones, and more. But the centerpiece of the festival is their Country Music Corn Maze, paying tribute to a different artist or figure in country music every year.
In years past, the maze has been cut into the shape of artists like Luke Bryan and Chip Esten, and singer-songwriter Dean Dillon. And this year, the maze will feature the face of Thomas Rhett.
“Thomas Rhett, with four studio albums and 15 Number 1 songs, including Make Me Wanna, It Goes Like This, and Remember You Young, is a perfect choice for Honeysuckle Hill Farm’s 2020 Nashville’s Country Music Corn Maze Artist!”
Now, I see why they chose Thomas Rhett (I guess), but it seems like the better choice this year would have been Kane Brown. But then again, you may have had to call the police to rescue you after you got lost.