Advance General Admission Tickets can be at these locations.
Tickets are limited, so we encourage everyone to purchase in advance if they can.

Handy Hardware               Franklin Visitor Center             Bagbey House Antiques 

731 Columbia Ave,             400 Main Street, Suite 130        134 4th Ave N,  

Franklin, TN 37064            Franklin, TN 37064                      Franklin, TN 37064

Call for store hours             Mon-Sat: 9am-5pm                      (615) 595-8645 

(615) 794-1471                   Sunday: 12pm-4pm                      Mon-Sat: 9am-5pm 


Tickets will be on sale at the Event.

Battle of Triune
Living History Event and Battle Reenactment
April 16 & 17, 2016
Hosted at Kings' Chapel / Arrington, TN
4980 Meadowbrook Blvd, Arrington, TN 37014 (Hwy 96 East)

Reenactment groups that have participated in the past include:

Civilian Groups

19th AL Civilian – Living History Village

The Confederate Belles of TN (host a tea on Saturday for all female reenactors)

Military Groups (Max Effort for Tennessee Valley Battalion & 9th KY US)

1st TN, 5th TN, 46th TN, 5th KY CS, 19th AL CS, Elk River Rifles,

5th KY US, 9th KY US, 13th KY US, 6th KY US, 42nd Indiana US,

McClungs Battery, Ratledge Artillery, Porters Battery, Baxters Battery &

1st TN Cavalry, 6th Illinois Cavalry

Historical Impressionist

President Jefferson & Varina Davis (CS)

General George Thomas (US)

General Robert E. Lee (CS)



Vintage Image Studios - Wendell Decker

LePierre Sutler  - Hand crafted Leather

  Porters' Battery

 9th KY  Infantry (US)
 1st TN Infrantry Co. D (Williamson Grays)

  • Battle Reenactments on Saturday and Sunday afternoons were open to the public  
    • Saturday: The Battle of Triune (Dec 27, 1862)
    • Sunday: Confederate Raids on Federal Fortification at Triune (June 6, 1863)
 19th AL Civilian Corp

Brief History:

Triune was a thriving area of Middle Tennessee prior to the Civil War and was occupied

by Federal troops in January 1863.  There was a battle on Dec 27, 1862 as Confederate

brigades under General Braxton Bragg encountered Federal troops on their way to

Murfreesboro for what would be the Battle of Stones River a few days later.  After Confederate

forces were defeated at Triune, the Federal Army occupied the area and erected fortifications. 

Between April and June 1863 there were several cavalry skirmishes lead by

General Bedford Forrest.  The local people resisted Federal occupation and many

were detained.  Many of the area homes and churches were destroyed by fires

during these military actions of 1863.



Triune is an unincorporated town that has gas stations/convenience stores
and a saddle/gun shop (that sells black power for cannons).  Today, in the 
local area, there are still sections of the Federal trenches on private property.
   Kings' Chapel (circa 1804)

Kings' Chapel is a housing community in Arrington, TN with over 600 acres of open and wooded land

available for this event. The historical church building will be the location for the Living History

provided by the 19th AL Civilian Corps. There will also be several lectures and a Civil War era

church service on Sunday.  There will be large areas set aside for military camps

in the nearby wooded areas.  The event will have plenty of public parking. 



 Jeremy Johnson and Rev. Alan Corry at Kings' Chapel