April APRIL 8 GRANVILLE UPPER CUMBERLAND WINE FESTIVAL From noon to 5 p.m., wineries of the Upper Cumberland Wine Trail offer tastings, food and live jazz and blues concerts. 931-653-4151, granvilletn.com May MAY 6 GRANVILLE CORNBREAD AND MOONSHINE BASH FESTIVAL Enjoy cornbread tastings along with pinto beans and turnip greens, an operating grist mill, moonshine making demonstrations, a pioneer village and live music. 931-653-4151, granvilletn.com MAY 6 MONTEREY SPRING ON THE MOUNTAIN This festival includes arts, crafts and food vendors on Monterey Depot Museum property. Plus, see a Cruise-In and Latino Street Festival in downtown Monterey. 931-839-2111, montereytn.com MAY 19–20 MACON COUNTY HIGHWAY 52 YARD SALE The 100-mile Hwy 52 Yard Sale features vendors, food and antiques. 615-666-5885, maconcountychamber.org MAY 27 GRANVILLE 19TH ANNUAL HISTORIC GRANVILLE HERITAGE DAY Celebrate “Remembering the 1930s” with an antique car and tractor show, crafts booths, living history demonstrations, cloggers and bluegrass bands. 931-653- 4151, granvillemuseum.com Folk Medicine Festival, Red Boiling Springs June JUNE 3 RED BOILING SPRINGS FOLK MEDICINE FESTIVAL Celebrate the restorative power of nature with healing arts practioners and folk art. 615-666-5885, maconcountychamber.org JUNE 8–AUG. 10 MCMINNVILLE MAIN STREET LIVE! CONCERTS ON THE PLAZA Downtown McMinnville comes alive on Thursday evenings with local food vendors, a beer garden and live music. It’s your kick-back destination. 931-506-5335, mainstreetmcminnville.org JUNE 9–10 CARTHAGE DEFEATED CREEK BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL Bring a chair and enjoy the fun out at the Defeated Creek Marina, where you’ll find this annual fundraiser festival for the Defeated Creek Fire Department. 615-735-2093, visitsmithcountytn.com Highway 127 Sale August AUG. 3–6, 2017 HIGHWAY 127 HIGHWAY 127 SALE The world’s longest yard sale began in Tennessee but has grown to cover 690 miles, from Gadsden, Ala. To Hudson, Mich. Visit the original in rural Tennessee. 931-879-9948, 127sale.com September SEPT. 1–4 RICKMAN MUDDY ROOTS MUSIC FESTIVAL Rolling Stone named Muddy Roots Festival in Overton County one of the top festivals of the year. Music includes hillbilly, bluegrass and punk. 615-971-2754, muddyrootsrecords.com SEPT. 8–9 RED BOILING SPRINGS MID TN AACA CAR SHOW This annual antique car show is held at Thomas House Hotel. Antique enthusiasts come from many states. 615-666-5885, maconcountychamber.org SEPT. 8–9 COOKEVILLE FALL FUNFEST Cookeville’s Main Street Music Festival includes live music, arts and craft vendors, delicious food and fun for the whole family. 931-528-4612, fallfunfest.com SEPT. 8–10 SPENCER 39TH ANNUAL MOUNTAINEER FOLK FESTIVAL The Mountaineer Folk Festival features handmade crafts, traditional mountain music, demonstrations of pioneer skills, country cookin’ and much more. 800-250-8610, tnstateparks.com/parks/about/fall-creek-falls SEPT. 9–10 WOODBURY WHITE OAK CRAFT FAIR Arts Center of Cannon County hosts the top craft artisans from the region. 615-563-2787, artscenterofcc.com SEPT. 16 CROSSVILLE CUMBERLAND HISPANIC FESTIVAL Artists representing Hispanic cultures from around the world will gather on the grounds of the Cumberland County Fairground to engage audiences with art, music and dance. Welcomingamerica.org SEPT. 21–23 ALGOOD UPPER CUMBERLAND QUILT FESTIVAL The small town of Algood offers a festival of beautiful quilt displays, quilt barn tour, auction, square dancing exhibitions, crafts and a country store. 931-252-2755, quilt-festival.com SEPT. 23 CARTHAGE WILLIAM WALTON DAYS Experience good food, great shopping and outstanding entertainment while stepping into the pioneer days at Courthouse Square. 615-735-2093, smithcountychamber.org SEPT. 23–24 CROSSVILLE HOMESTEADS APPLE FESTIVAL At this wholesome event focused on the Homesteads, enjoy entertainment, crafts and apples of all kinds. 931-456-9663, cumberlandhomesteads.org/applefest.html October OCT. 4–28 GRANVILLE SCARECROW WALK & FALL CELEBRATION Welcome autumn with quilts, scarecrows, a Fall Arts Festival and demonstrations including cooking, wood carving and much more. 931-653-4151, granvilletn.com OCT. 5–7 LIVINGSTON ROLLERCOASTER YARD SALE Browse 150 miles of yard sales, crafts, antiques and flea markets. 931-823-6421, overtonco.com OCT. 20–21 CELINA MOONSHINE DAZE If you’re up for some hootin’ and hollerin’ head to Celina in Clay County. It’s a light-hearted and entertaining heritage celebration 931-243-3338, dalehollowlake.org Fall-O-Ween, Livingston OCT. 28 LIVINGSTON FALL-O-WEEN IN LIVINGSTON Attendees can trick-or-treat at more than 100 booths, play games to win prizes and enjoy bouncy houses, hay/wagon rides, music and ghost stories. Everything is free. 931-823-6421, overtonco.com November NOV. 24, DEC. 1 & 8 LIVINGSTON CHRISTMAS IN THE COUNTRY Enjoy an ol’ time Christmas on the Town Square with carriage/wagon rides, music, hot cider, shopping and Santa. 931-823-6421, overtonco.com December DEC. 1–2 SPENCER CHRISTMAS ON THE MOUNTAIN At Fall Creek Falls State Park, enjoy a weekend of Yuletide fun, holiday music, handmade crafts and gifts for the little ones. Activities include making Christmas crafts, storytelling, breakfast with Santa and a mountain craft show. 423-881-3297, fallcreekfalls.org Granville Heritage Day Want more? For more major events and festivals visit tnvacation.com.
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