Tennessee County Fairs Schedule

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2017 TN County Fairs

Summer has arrived, and that means county fair season! There’s no other better way to spend the day than eating fair food, riding carnival rides, listening to music and having a chance to see agriculture up close. Here is a list of Tennessee’s upcoming county fairs:

July 2018 County Fairs

July 2-7: Smith County Fair in Carthage
July 9-14: Cocke County Fair in Newport
July 9-14: Sumner County Fair in Gallatin
July 16-21: Anderson County Fair in Clinton
July 16-21: DeKalb County Fair in Alexandria
July 19-28: Overton County Fair in Livingston
July 23-28: Bedford County Fair in Shelbyville
July 31 – Aug.4: Rhea County Fair in Evensville

SEE ALSO: Fair Fare: Recipes Inspired by the Midway

August 2018 County Fairs

Aug. 2-4: Trousdale County Fair in Hartsville
Aug. 2-11: Putnam County Fair in Cookeville
Aug. 3-11: Williamson County Fair in Franklin
Aug. 6-11: Macon County Fair in Lafayette
Aug. 6-11: Sequatchie County Fair in Dunlap
Aug. 6-11: Henry County Fair in Paris
Aug. 6-12: Greene County Fair in Greeneville
Aug. 11-18: Jefferson County Fair in Jefferson City
Aug. 13-18: Meigs County Fair in Decatur
Aug. 14-18: Bledsoe County Fair in Pikeville
Aug. 14-18: Cheatham County Fair in Ashland City
Aug.14-18: South Central Area Fair in Hohenwald
Aug. 15-18: Giles County Fair in Pulaski
Aug. 17-25: Wilson County Fair in Lebanon
Aug. 19-25: Fentress County Fair in Jamestown
Aug. 20-25: Appalachian Fair in Gray
Aug. 20-25: Obion County Fair in Union City
Aug. 20-25: Polk County Fair in Benton
Aug. 20-25: Robertson County Fair in Springfield
Aug. 20-25: Scott County Fair in Oneida
Aug. 27 – Sept. 1: Claiborne County Fair in Tazewell
Aug. 27 – Sept. 1: Cumberland County Fair in Crossville
Aug. 27 – Sept. 1: Gibson County Fair in Trenton
Aug. 28 – Sept. 1: Maury County Fair in Columbia
Aug. 30 – Sept. 1: Lauderdale County Fair in Halls
Aug. 31 – Sept. 8: Sevier County Fair in Sevierville
Aug. 31 – Sept. 8: White County Fair in Sparta
Aug. 31 – Sept. 9: Delta Fair in Memphis

SEE ALSO: Tennessee Fairs Showcase Midway Magic

September 2018 County Fairs

Sept. 3-8: Dickson County Fair in Dickson
Sept. 3-8: Dyer County Fair in Dyersburg
Sept. 5-10: Morgan County Fair in Wartburg
Sept. 7-15: Warren County Fair in McMinnville
Sept. 7-16: Tennessee State Fair in Nashville
Sept. 7-16: Tennessee Valley Fair in Knoxville
Sept. 8-15: Lincoln County Fair in Fayetteville
Sept. 11-16: West TN State Fair in Jackson
Sept. 12-15: Hickman County Fair in Centerville
Sept. 12-15: Humphreys County Fair in Waverly
Sept. 15-22: Coffee County Fair in Manchester
Sept. 17-22: Carroll County Fair in Huntingdon
Sept. 17-22: Hardin County Fair in Savannah
Sept. 24-29: Benton County Fair in Camden
Sept. 24-30: Middle TN District Fair in Lawrenceburg
Sept. 29-30: Hamilton County Fair in Hixson

October 2018 County Fairs

Oct. 2-6: Franklin County Fair in Winchester

For more information and to double check the dates, visit tn.gov/agriculture/marketing/fairs and tnfairs.com.

8 Comments

  1. Ally Brooks

    July 11, 2017 at 11:32 am

    The link for Carroll County fair is for a fair in August in Illinois, not Tennessee.

  2. Carol Crowe Phillips

    July 26, 2017 at 8:20 pm

    The link for Meigs County is in Ohio not Tennessee.

  3. stacey peevyhouse

    August 8, 2017 at 10:25 pm

    Henry County, Illinois…..not Tennessee

  4. cj preston

    September 17, 2017 at 5:28 am

    clicked on hardin county fair, sep 18-23, website said sep 5-10. your website is worthless.

  5. Tina Britt

    September 23, 2017 at 1:49 am

    Your site says Hardin Cty fair is the 5-10… which is wrong.

  6. Raelynn Maynard

    July 19, 2018 at 3:41 pm

    My self and my daughter are interested in displaying artwork in the county fair in August. How would we go about doing so?

    • Rachel Bertone

      July 23, 2018 at 7:48 am

      Hi Raelynn,

      Thanks for your comment. We aren’t directly affiliated with any of the county fairs, and simply have the dates listed as a resource. You’d need to contact your country fair directly to learn more about becoming a vendor. Hope this helps!

      Rachel Bertone
      editor, TN Home and Farm

  7. Misy Barnbard

    August 4, 2018 at 4:52 am

    Thank you for posting this. I seen some of the comments that they may be some mistakes. But i appreciate your efforts and nothing is foolproof. People need to realize everything isn’t perfect.

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