Events in Tennessee this September


Summer has come to a close, soon we’ll be bombarded with pumpkin spice everything and before you know it the holidays will be here. We hope you had a wonderful summer and got out and enjoyed all that Tennessee has to offer. If you’re looking for events in Tennessee this September, you’ll want to be sure to check out these festivals and events taking place this month.

Events in Tennessee this September

Muddy Boots Music Festival

When: August 31st – September 4th, 2017

Where: June Bug Boogie Ranch

115 Waterloo Road

Cookeville, TN

The Muddy Boots Music Festival is three days of music, camping, vintage cars, vendors, and pinups. From punk to traditional country, you will find something (if not everything) that you will love. Come spend your Labor Day weekend with a whole lot of cool people.

Nashville Greek Festival

When: September 8th – 10th, 2017

Where: Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church

4905 Franklin Pike

Nashville, TN

The Nashville Greek Festival offers a rich, multi-sensory experience of Greek hospitality and culture. Savory cuisine, soulful music, lively dancing, and educational tours transform the church grounds at 4905 Franklin Pike into a three day “glendi” (celebration). Come experience our heritage for yourself and be a part of this year’s 30th annual Greek festival.

Tennessee State Fair

When: September 8th – 17th, 2017

Where: Nashville Fairgrounds

625 Smith Avenue

Nashville, TN

The Tennessee State Fair is an annual event that highlights what makes America and Tennessee great. Across the country, State Fairs are more than just a good time. They are hands-on exhibits of how we live our lives.

The Fair features arts and crafts, explores agriculture and allows attendants to have new and exciting experiences. From honoring the State’s best homemade apple pie to the thrilling rides, the Tennessee State Fair has something for everyone to enjoy.

Fayette County Cotton Festival

When: September 9th, 2017

Where: Historic Summerville Square

We hope you’ll join us on the Historic Somerville Square as the Fayette County Chamber hosts our 18th Annual Cotton Festival.  Over 2,000 people joined us last year and enjoyed a great time in Fayette County.  You’ll enjoy a day filled with music featuring talented musicians and bands.  Listen to blue grass, country, and some southern rock as you tap your way through our arts & crafts vendors.  Don’t forget to enjoy some great festival food.  You won’t want to miss the Cotton Festival Car & Truck Show as old and new classic cars and trucks line the hwy for your enjoyment.  Come on out, bring a friend and bring a chair and enjoy a great day of family fun in Fayette County.

Music City Food and Wine Festival

When: September 15th – 17th, 2017

Where: Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park

600 James Robertson Parkway

Music City Food + Wine Festival is pleased to announce more than 75 artisanal beer, spirits, wine, lifestyle and culinary purveyors are scheduled to pour and serve signature drinks and bites in the Grand Taste Pavilion at the fifth annual festival, Friday night, September 15 and Saturday, September 16, 2017 at Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park (600 James Robertson Pkwy) in the heart of Nashville.

Mid South Pride Festival & Parade

When: September 29th – October 1st, 2017

Where: Various locations in Memphis, TN

The annual Memphis Pride Fest brought to you by Mid-South Pride, is the single largest gathering for the LGBT community and its allies in the Mid-South. It attracts more than 9,000 attendees and includes entertainment featuring musicians, bands, speakers, and dance performances. The Festival showcases more than 125 vendor and informational booths, great food, and of course, the Pride Parade rolling down Historic Beale Street. Events at the Festival and Parade are family friendly and packed full of fun.


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