By DAMON LAWRENCE and CINDY SIMPSON
Tennessee Medieval Faire hopes to draw visitors from across the region this month.
Organizers of the event, which kicks off Saturday, hope to eventually expand to become a true permanent medieval village.
“We hope to have at least 2,000 (people) a day,” said Barrie Paulson, vice president, manager and entertainment director of Darkhorse Entertainment LLC.
Her partner and husband, Lars Paulson, thinks they can do as well as 3,000 to 4,000 people.