April is a beautiful time in Tennessee, and fun festivals are happening all over the state, including the Dogwood Arts Festival in Knoxville, the National Cornbread Festival in South Pittsburg, the Iris Festival in Dresden, and World’s Biggest Fish Fry in Paris.
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We’ve rounded up fun events and festivals happening throughout November in Tennessee.
Check out all the events and festivals happening throughout October in Tennessee.
Take a look at some of the fun festivals and events happening in Tennessee throughout the month of September.
The Alex Haley Museum and Interpretive Center makes literary history in Henning, Tennessee.
Celebrate the harvest at the Music and Molasses Arts and Crafts Festival in Nashville, featuring music stages, dancing, and sorghum mill stir-offs.
Some 10,000 listeners will pull up a chair and settle back for three days of yarn-spinning fun at the annual National Storytelling Festival this October in historic Jonesborough, Tennessee.
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It started as a two-hour afternoon of banjo-pickin’ on the square. Today, the annual Uncle Dave Macon Days festival in Murfreesboro has grown to a three-day event complete with music and dancing competitions.
Linden, in Perry County, creates colorful art and restores historic hotel to draw new visitors.
The annual Blooming Arts Festival each March celebrates the beauty, culture, and revitalization of Linden and Perry County.
The small community of Granville has been revitalized by a museum, bluegrass festival and the weekly Sutton Ole Time Music Hour held at its general store.
Find fall fun on two consecutive weekends in Murfreesboro during the annual Harvest Days on Oct. 22 and Fiber in the Boro on Oct. 29.
In the tiny town of Wartrace, three generations of Gallaghers have produced exquisite, personalized handmade guitars for discerning pickers, including the likes of Doc Watson and Charlie Daniels.
Live jazz music takes center stage at Murfreesboro’s annual Main Street JazzFest May 6 and 7, 2011.
The world’s largest collection of nightlight teapots resides in an unlikely home: the City Hall of Trenton, Tennessee.
The Farm House Restaurant at Fontanel helps jump start the weekend with the second installment of its biweekly Thursday Night Fishing Club Music Series.
The Fontanel, former home of country music mega-star Barbara Mandrell, recently opened as an events venue and tourist destination.
Each year, the city of Lewisburg honors an unusual breed of goats with the annual Goats, Music and More Festival
It’s the longest-running live radio show in history. It’s the show that made country music famous. It’s the Grand Ole Opry, and it’s been a Nashville legend since the 1920s.
Quilt barns brighten up the hollows of Tennessee this season
Lynnville, TN is known for Col. Littleton’s heirloom-quality leather products.
Talented East Tennessean handcrafts custom dulcimers and hosts live music on his Pickin’ Porch.
Miller’s Grocery in Christiana serves up music, fun and tasty food.
If you’re a fan of country music, it’s likely that you’ve seen a concert poster made by Hatch Show Print Co. of Nashville.
The Loveless Cafe has been a Nashville-area landmark for more than 50 years.