April APRIL 15 FAYETTEVILLE SLAWBURGER FESTIVAL This street festival is centered around the town’s famous Slawburger, featuring an eating contest, live music, street food, shopping, a kids’ zone, vendors and more. 931-433-1234, slawburgerfestival.com Frontier Days, Lynchburg APRIL 21–22 WINCHESTER HIGH ON THE HOG High on the Hog is a barbecue festival put on by the Franklin County Kiwanis Club. 931-308-8010, highonthehogfestival.com APRIL 22–23 CHAPEL HILL THE HORTON 100 Henry Horton State Park is hosting the annual Horton 100! This twoday, 100-mile bike ride features two nights of camping, three meals, and fun activities. 800-250-8612, tnstateparks.com/parks/about/henry-horton James D. Vaughan Quartet, Lawrenceburg June JUNE 3 WINCHESTER RISING SUN REDBUD MUSIC FEST An evening of spectacular live music to celebrate the Rising Sun Redbud patented by Ray Jackson, Jackson Nursery in Winchester. 931-967-4771, winchester-tn.com JUNE 22–24 LYNCHBURG FRONTIER DAYS Street dance, carnival, costume contests and more are at Frontier Days in Lynchburg. It’s fun for all ages. 931-759-4111, lynchburgtn.com July JULY 13–15 SPRING HILL SWANKY PLANK Shop the best antique and vintage dealers and enjoy the grounds. Find antiques, vintage, repurposed and handmade treasures. Have lunch and listen to music. 931-486-9037, rippavilla.org JULY 26–29 LAWRENCEBURG JAMES D. VAUGHAN QUARTET FESTIVAL The birthplace of Southern gospel music, Lawrenceburg hosts the annual James D. Vaughan Quartet Festival at the Historic Crockett Theatre. 931-762-4459, lawrenceburgtn.gov August AUG. 11–13 LAWRENCEBURG DAVID CROCKETT DAYS A pre-1840s celebration of Crockett’s birthday, this event includes shooting matches, tomahawk throwing, fire starting, crafts of the time, food and wares. 931-762-9408, tnstateparks.com/parks/events/david-crockett AUG. 15–19 COLUMBIA MAURY COUNTY FAIR See 4-H blue ribbon competitions, beef and dairy cattle shows, music, tasty foods, motocross and Fairest of the Fair contests. Amusement park rides for all! 931-548-6257, maurycountyfair.com AUG. 31–SEPT.2 SUMMERTOWN BLUEGRASS REUNION Live music, dancing, crafts, instrument vendors, contests, camping and good food can be found at the Summertown Bluegrass Reunion. 931-964-2100, summertownbluegrassreunion.com September SEPT. 7–9 PULASKI HERE’S THE BEEF Find the answer to the age-old question “Where’s the Beef?” with Here’s the Beef, as we celebrate agriculture pride in Middle Tennessee’s beef cattle industry. 931-363-3789, gileshtb.com October OCT. 7 LYNCHBURG CRUISIN’ THE HOLLOW Wiseman park fills up with Corvettes of every color and year. It’s a walk down memory lane or a dream come true for boys of all ages. 931-759-4111, lynchburgtn.com OCT. 7–8 LEWISBURG GOATS, MUSIC AND MORE FESTIVAL Goats, Music and More Festival features free concerts nightly by big-name musical acts, goat shows, kids games and rides, arts, crafts, food and more. 931-359-1544, goatsmusicandmore.com OCT. 13–14 HOHENWALD OKTOBER HERITAGE FESTIVAL A heritage festival that celebrates the founding of one of three German/Swiss towns in Tennessee and being a national monument to Meriwether Lewis. 931-796-4084, hohenwaldlewischamber.com OCT. 21 LAWRENCEBURG HALLOWEEN HISTORY TRAIL Come wander down the dark path with enchanted creatures to greet you at this slightly spooky but very fun Halloween event at David Crockett State Park. 931-762- 9408, tnstateparks.com/parks/events/david-crockett OCT. 28 LINDEN H AUNTED HAY RIDE Come join the fun of a haunted hay ride through the backroads of the park with ghosts and goblins around every turn. 731-847-0841, tnstateparks.com OCT. 28 SPRING HILL VINES AND VINTAGE Vines and Vintage is one of only six state-sanctioned wine festivals in Tennessee. Join us for our annual event with wine, music, antiques and artisans. 931-486-9037, rippavilla.org/vinesvintage.asp November NOV. 17–18 COLUMBIA A VERY MAURY CHRISTMAS Peruse this local business and artisan holiday market featuring more than 30 quality vendors at Westbury House in downtown Columbia. 931-334-6810, westburyhouseonthesquare.com NOV. 17–19 LAWRENCEBURG CHRISTMAS IN THE COUNTRY Vendor booths fill with antiques, baskets, breads, cakes and candies, crafts, dolls, gifts, glassware, jewelry, quilts, stitchery, toys and much more. 931-762-4911, lawcotn.com December DEC. 1–2 COLUMBIA MAURY HISTORIC CHRISTMAS HOME TOUR Known as the “Antebellum Capital of Tennessee,” the Athenaeum hosts an annual Christmas Home Tour. Get in the holiday spirit. 931-381-4822, maurychristmas.org DEC. 2 MOUNT PLEASANT MOUNT PLEASANT ANNUAL ROTARY CHRISTMAS PARADE This annual Christmas parade in downtown Mount Pleasant is sponsored by the Mount Pleasant Rotary Club. 931-379-9837, visitmountpleasanttn.com/events.html DEC. 2 LYNCHBURG Christmas in Lynchburg Come to Christmas in Lynchburg. Many shops are hosting an open house, and you will find that perfect one-of-a-kind gift you have been searching for. 931-759-4111, lynchburgtn.com DEC. 4 COLUMBIA COLUMBIA MAINSTREET CHRISTMAS PARADE Columbia Main Street hosts the annual Christmas Parade in downtown Columbia. Marching bands, church and school groups, lighted floats and more. 931-388- 3647, columbiamainstreet.com/christmas-parade.html Want more? For more major events and festivals visit tnvacation.com.
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