Tennessee Festivals 2020, 2021

Dollywood's National Gospel and Harvest Festival 2020

Dollywood's National Gospel and Harvest Festival

September, 2020

Dollywood - Pigeon Forge, TN 37686, Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

Tennessee Soybean Festival 2020

Tennessee Soybean Festival

September, 2020

Downtown , Martin, Tennessee

Unreal Film Festival 2020

Unreal Film Festival

September, 2020

Evergreen Theater - Memphis, TN 38104, Memphis, Tennessee

Bronco Driver Magazine Fall Ford Festival 2020

Bronco Driver Magazine Fall Ford Festival

September, 2020

Talley Ho Inn, 8314 TN-73 Townsend, Townsend, Tennessee

BWABC Literacy Festival 2020

BWABC Literacy Festival

September, 2020

Memphis Cook Convention Center, 74 Poplar Avenue Memphis, TN, Memphis, Tennessee

Memphis Botanic Garden Japanese Festival 2020

Memphis Botanic Garden Japanese Festival

September, 2020

TruGreen Lawn at Memphis Botanic Garden, Memphis, Tennessee

Fall Festival 2020

Fall Festival

September, 2020

Thompson's Station Park , Thompson's Station, Tennessee

Americana Music Festival and Conference 2020

Americana Music Festival and Conference

September, 2020

Various Venues - Nashville, TN 37203, Nashville, Tennessee

Historic Blountville Flea Market & Antique Fair 2020

Historic Blountville Flea Market & Antique Fair

September, 2020

Blountville Historic District , Blountville, Tennessee

Fall Tennessee Craft Fair 2020

Fall Tennessee Craft Fair

September, 2020

Centennial Park , Nashville, Tennessee

AmericanaFest 2020

AmericanaFest

September, 2020

Multiple Locations in Downtown Nashville, Nashville, Tennessee

Sycamore Shoals Celtic Festival 2020

Sycamore Shoals Celtic Festival

September, 2020

Sycamore Shoals State Historic Area , Elizabethton, Tennessee

White Oak Craft Fair 2020

White Oak Craft Fair

September, 2020

Arts Center of Cannon County , Woodbury, Tennessee

Solasta Festival 2020

Solasta Festival

September, 2020

Spirit Crossing Farms, 343 Clinch River Cir Sneedville, Sneedville, Tennessee

Wine on the River 2020

Wine on the River

September, 2020

John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge, Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge Nashville, Nashville, Tennessee

Americana Music Festival & Conference 2020

Americana Music Festival & Conference

September, 2020

Multiple Locations around Downtown Nashville, 600 Church Street Nashville, TN, Nashville, Tennessee

Exchange Place Fall Folk Arts Festival 2020

Exchange Place Fall Folk Arts Festival

September, 2020

Exchange Place Living History Farm , Kingsport, Tennessee

Stromae 2020

Stromae

September, 2020

The Electric Factory, Philadelphia, Tennessee

Music City Seafood & Barbecue Music Festival 2020

Music City Seafood & Barbecue Music Festival

September, 2020

Charlie Daniels Park, 1075 Charlie Daniels Pkwy Mount Juliet, Mount Juliet, Tennessee

Memphis Japan Festival 2020

Memphis Japan Festival

September, 2020

Memphis Botanic Garden, Memphis, Tennessee

NMS Autumn Market 2020

NMS Autumn Market

September, 2020

North Middle School , Winchester, Tennessee

Southern Fried Festival 2020

Southern Fried Festival

September, 2020

Downtown - Columbia, TN 38401, Columbia, Tennessee

The Bona Fide Blues Festival 2020

The Bona Fide Blues Festival

September, 2020

Overton Square, 2101 Madison Ave Memphis, Memphis, Tennessee

Lynchburg Motorcycle Rally 2020

Lynchburg Motorcycle Rally

September, 2020

Wiseman Park , Lynchburg, Tennessee

African Heritage Festival Nashville 2020

African Heritage Festival Nashville

September, 2020

Global Mall, 5252 Hickory Hollow Parkway Antioch, TN, Antioch, Tennessee

About Festivals in Tennessee

Tennessee is known for music. Blues, bop, country, folk, soul – the roots of American music were born here, and Nashville in particular is synonymous with tunes and tones. The Volunteer State has many events and festivals throughout the year to celebrate and glorify this heritage, with plenty to please locals and travelers from far and wide.

The CMA Music Festival is probably the best and biggest country festival in the world. For four days, hundreds of twanging honky-tonk musicians descend upon the iconic Nashville to serenade the crowds over many different stages. The worst part of attending is deciding what to miss! The festival also includes dozens of hours of meet and greet sessions to promote interaction between visitors and the musicians that they love - if you want to meet one of your favourite country stars, there aren’t many better places to do it. The festival offers the top talents each year, and 2016’s musicians included Dierks Bentley, Hank Williams Jr., Jason Aldean and Kelsea Ballerini. If they’re a big name, they’re here. The festival also includes other events and attractions to keep you busy while your resting your ears, such as karaoke, local food producers and competitions.

Chattanooga Riverbend Festival is another musical bonanza, with nine days of diverse music and over 650,000 attendees each year. The six stages play host to artists from many genres, including rock, country, urban, bluegrass, pop and more. Previous artists here have included the likes of The Beach Boys, Foreigner, Sheryl Crow, Willie Nelson, ZZ Top and LL Cool J. It’s another testament to the huge musical heritage of the state, and no matter what you like, there’ll be plenty here to get you off your seat.

Nashville Film Festival is dedicated to stars of the celluloid, and is one of the most notable film festivals in the USA. Since 1969, the event has been delivering some of the best upcoming artists, and now has an annual program of hundreds of films from dozens of countries. The event also features industry panels, parties and showcases. It’s a great festival if you’re interested in unique, independent and foreign cinema.

Other festivals throughout the state include Oktoberfests, Pow Wows, heritage, storytelling, county fairs, fish, fiddles, air shows and arts. Whatever you like, whatever you fancy, tuneful Tennessee has it in bundles.