Fairs and Festivals in NashvilleThis Weekend!

As fall is about to be in full swing, a number of celebrations are prepared to kick off the new season in Nashville. These fairs and festivals are sure to make it the best time of the year as they are bringing a plethora of entertainment including concerts, competitions, and special events. Just like at any fun party, there will also be a ton of great food ready for your taste buds this weekend. Check out the different activities below, and have an incredible next few days!

Nashville Greek Festival

The countdown to the annual Nashville Greek Festival sponsored by the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church is coming to a close as it is going to occur September 9th-11th. The Greek culture sure knows how to celebrate as will be proved by the dancing and music performances. Authentic food will grace palates with dishes such as roasted lamb, mousaka, and gyros. Best of all, admission to this event is free! Bring your family and friends out for a truly cultural and exciting experience. 

Hebron Harvest Fair

Beginning as a local fair held indoors at a small school, the Hebron Harvest Fair has become an event that people will drive for miles to attend. September 8th -11th will be filled with truck pulls, animal displays, carnival games, a demolition derby, and more. Musical performances by country music artists Darryl Worley and the band Doo Wah Riders will be on the Lion’s Stage, and other shows like the Indian River Olde Time Lumberjacks and the Dock Dogs will be entertaining as well.

Tennessee State Fair

The Tennessee Fair starts this Friday, September 9th and will feature numerous concerts of all different genres including folk, country, rock, blues, and Christian. Events such as the demolition derby, celebrity cow milking, and the first annual cornhole competition will take place as well. Animal displays, rides, and midway games will be part of the entertainment, and organizations from all over the state will have booths and products on-site. This celebration only comes around once a year, so make sure not to miss it!

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