100 Years of Family Fun at the Tennessee Valley Fair

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Tennessee Valley Fair

The Tennessee Valley Fair, one of the largest and longest-running fairs in the Southeast, will celebrate its 100th anniversary this September in Knoxville. Dedicated to showcasing East Tennessee heritage, agriculture and the arts, the fair offers an extensive variety of carnival rides, activities, concerts, vendors and much more.

The fair’s Competitive Exhibits Department also encourages East Tennesseans of all ages to participate in more than 3,000 contests, including baking competitions, cook-offs, livestock shows, pageants, arts and crafts contests, student exhibitions and talent competitions.

This year’s fair kicks off on Friday, Sept. 6 and runs through Sunday, Sept. 15. To learn more, purchase tickets or see a daily schedule of events, visit tnvalleyfair.org or call (865) 215-1471.

After visiting the Tennessee Valley Fair, take a look at our Tennessee County Fairs Schedule and mark your calendar for more family fun!

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  1. Lucy Eastman

    August 16, 2019 at 4:31 pm

    Warren County A&L Fair is the last one that is still free to come in. Even free parking if You like. Home cook meals every night at reasonable price. Games a rides.You all come on over, McMinnville,TN is the country life we still can enjoy.And see farm animals showen cattle,sheep, horses ,chicken and rooster and rabbits. Farm life for all ages.plus a Beauty Queen of the County.

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