Discover Tennessee’s pick-your-own farms across the state.
This annual event features perennials, too. Visitors can also learn about trends in landscaping, lawn management and garden design at the Blooms Days 2013, which takes place Mother’s Day weekend in Knoxville.
Go back in time this summer at vintage baseball games, played as it was in the 1800s, at Carnton Plantation.
Discover everything that’s happening throughout Tennessee in the month of May.
Discover fun and exciting events across the state throughout the month of April.
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.
Discover the natural and cultural beauty of East Tennessee at the annual Dogwood Arts Festival held in Knoxville throughout the month of April.
The National Cornbread Festival, held every April in South Pittsburg, Tennessee, is a fun small-town event, but it’s also a celebration with a mission.
Every April, Dresden hosts the highly anticipated Tennessee Iris Festival, a weeklong event that paints the town purple.
Clarksville’s Rivers & Spires Festival named best in Southeast.
Celebrate poke sallet at a Tennessee festival this spring.
Get your gardening fix with several gardening shows across the state.
Become an agricultural historian at the West Tennessee Agricultural Museum in Milan.
Discover the duds of the Civil War era in Hohenwald, Tenn. at the Civil War Fashion Show.
The Emancipation Proclamation will be on display throughout the month of February at the Tennessee State Museum in Nashville.
Check out the festivals and events happening throughout the state in the month of February.
Don’t miss fun events in Tennessee throughout the month of January.
Take a look at the happenings in Tennessee throughout the month of December.
Experience the holidays as it was in the 19th century at Dickens of a Christmas in Covington, Tennessee.
We’ve rounded up fun events and festivals happening throughout November in Tennessee.
Get a head start on Halloween at downtown Franklin’s 29th Annual Pumpkinfest.
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.
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.
Get fired up for fun, food and entertainment at county fairs across the state of Tennessee.
Browse through our listings of events and festivals taking place in Tennessee throughout the month of August.
Find new attractions at the 2012 Tennessee State Fair, and enter to win a family four-pack of tickets.
Relive one of history’s biggest hearings at the Annual Scopes Trial Festival in Dayton, TN.
Don’t miss out on patriotic fun this Fourth of July. Take a look at some of the holiday events happening in Tennessee.
Take a look at our listings of festivals and events held in Tennessee throughout the month of July.
2012 marks the 75th annual June Dairy Month. Celebrate with recipes featuring dairy products, from cheese to milk to yogurt, breakfast to dessert.
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.
June Dairy Month has been keeping the importance of drinking milk and other dairy products in the forefront of people’s minds for 75 years.
Expect the unexpected at the annual Tennessee Summer Celebration Lawn and Garden Show in Jackson.
The Irish Picnic at Saint Patrick’s School in McEwen, Tennessee, is said to be the oldest continuously running festival in the state.
A listing of festivals and events throughout Tennessee that take place in May 2012.
This listing includes a selection of Tennessee events scheduled in April 2012.
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in fine Irish style this year at the annual Wearin’ of the Green Irish Celebration in Erin.
This listing includes a selection of Tennessee festivals and events scheduled in March 2012.
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.
This listing includes a selection of Tennessee events scheduled in February 2012.
This listing includes a selection of Tennessee events scheduled in January 2012.
This listing includes a selection of Tennessee events scheduled in December 2011.
housands of lights, hand-lit luminaries and decorations adorn Chickasaw State Park with holiday cheer Dec. 10-12.
This listing includes a selection of Tennessee events scheduled in November 2011.
This listing includes a selection of Tennessee events scheduled in October 2011.
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.
Ever seen a 1,331-pound pumpkin? That was the new state record set at last year’s Great Pumpkin Festival and Weigh-Off.
This listing includes a selection of Tennessee events scheduled in September 2011.
A list of events around the state of Tennessee in August.
From drag boat races and anvil shoots to live music, great food and spectacular fireworks, Tennessee towns celebrate July 4th will festivals across the state.
A list of events around the state of Tennessee in July.
Events happening around the state of Tennessee in June 2011.
Calling all ice cream fans! Mark your calendar for the fourth annual National Moofest Dairy Festival in downtown Athens June 4 and 5, 2011.
Tennesseans love their tomatoes, and towns across the state celebrate the summer fruit with tomato festivals.
Kids can travel back to the 1800s and into the world of Civil War legend Sam Davis at a series of summer camps at the Sam Davis Home in Smyrna.
Perched between the Doe River and the steep slopes of the Appalachian Mountains in East Tennessee, Roan Mountain Bed and Breakfast is an idyllic getaway.
Live jazz music takes center stage at Murfreesboro’s annual Main Street JazzFest May 6 and 7, 2011.
May 2011 Events in Tennessee
Follow your nose to the Cosby Ramp Festival, where the garlicky wild ramp plant reigns supreme.
The world’s largest collection of nightlight teapots resides in an unlikely home: the City Hall of Trenton, Tennessee.
Check out what’s happening across Tennessee this April.
Celebrate the art of quilt making at the 31st annual quilt show in Maryville, Tennessee, March 18-20. The National Quilting Association declared March 19 as National Quilt Day, and the Smoky Mountain Quilter’s Guild is sponsoring its annual Maryville show to celebrate the day with events including a bed turning and several quilting vendors. The…
March 2011 Events in Tennessee
Folks in Tennessee’s Fentress and Pickett Counties have been playing Pig for generations.
Check out our listing of Tennessee festivals and events for the month of February.
The Farm House Restaurant at Fontanel helps jump start the weekend with the second installment of its biweekly Thursday Night Fishing Club Music Series.
Calendar of festivals and events in Tennessee scheduled for January 2011.
Calendar of festivals and events in Tennessee scheduled for December 2010.
Chugging into Nashville this winter is the 17th Annual Christmas Toy Train Show, which takes place on Saturday, December 11, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Ames Plantation’s Heritage Festival offers an opportunity for guests to travel back in time.
Each year, the city of Lewisburg honors an unusual breed of goats with the annual Goats, Music and More Festival
Tennessee fairs delight spectators with an irresistible combination of education and fun .
For two weeks every February, Ames Plantation in Grand Junction goes to the dogs.
Bristol Motor Speedway may not seem like the place to get in the holiday spirit, but don’t be fooled.
Civil War buffs can go back in time at the Buttonwillow Church Civil War Dinner Theater.
Historic Rugby celebrates Christmas with Victorian flair.
Castle Gwynn in Arrington is a startling replica of a 12th-century Welsh border castle and the private home of Nashville-native Mike Freeman. It’s also the location of the annual Tennessee Renaissance Festival each May.
Good seeds, good dirt and good luck pay off in Allardt, home to the Great Pumpkin Festival and Weigh-off.
Marbles enthusiasts from all over the world gather each September for the National Rolley Hole Marbles Championship at Standing Stone State Park in Hilham, Tennessee.