County Fairs Across Tennessee

Aug 16, 2021


County fair season is in full swing! What better way to spend a weekend than riding carnival rides, eating fair food, listening to live music, and spending time with friends and family? Not to mention you will get a chance to see agriculture up close as youth show their prized livestock and other projects for a chance to bring home a big blue ribbon.
 
To help you take advantage of the rest of your summer, we have compiled a list of all the county fairs going on in Tennessee along with their dates and locations:
 
Aug. 12 – 21: Wilson County Fair and Tennessee State Fair in Lebanon
Aug. 14 – 21: Sequatchie County Fair in Dunlap
Aug. 16 – 21: Fentress County Fair in Jamestown
Aug. 23 – 28: Appalachian Fair in Gray
Aug. 23 – 28: Van Buren County Fair in Spencer
Aug. 21 – 28: Obion County Fair in Union City
Aug. 23 – 28: Cumberland County Fair in Crossville
Aug. 30 – Sept. 4: Claiborne County Fair in Tazewell
Aug. 30 – Sept. 4: Gibson County Fair in Trenton
Aug. 31 – Sept. 4: Maury County Fair in Columbia
Aug. 31 – Sept. 6: Sevier County Fair in Sevierville
Aug. 27 – Sept. 4: White County Fair in Sparta
Sept. 1 – 4: South Central Area Fair in Hohenwald
Sept. 3 – 12: Delta Fair in Memphis
Sept. 6 – 11: Dickson County Fair in Dickson
Sept. 6 – 11: Dyer County Fair in Dyersburg
Sept. 7 – 11: Robertson County Fair in Springfield
Sept. 7 – 12: Hardin County Fair in Savannah
Sept. 10 – 19: Tennessee Valley Fair in Knoxville
Sept. 14 – 19: West TN State Fair in Jackson
Sept. 18 – 25: Lincoln County Fair in Fayetteville
Sept. 18 – 25: Coffee County Fair in Manchester
Sept. 20 – 25: Carroll County Fair in Huntingdon
Sept. 25 – 27: Hamilton County Fair in Hixson
Sept. 27 – Oct. 2: Benton County Fair in Camden
Sept. 27 – Oct. 3: Middle TN District Fair in Lawrenceburg
 
We hope these fairs will give you and the kids a great night of entertainment! Visit the county fair websites for more information regarding each event.
 
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