March 2017 Events in Tennessee

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Nashville Lawn & Garden Show – March 2-5, Nashville
The annual show celebrates the importance of gardens, with this year’s theme being “Gardens of the Future.” Guests can enjoy displays, lectures, vendors, floral designs and activities for kids at the Nashville Fairgrounds. CONTACT: (615) 876-7680,

The Chuck Wagon Cook-Off – March 4, Pigeon Forge
Join in at the cook-off, workshops, a cowboy dance and cowboy church service. CONTACT:

Old Time Fiddlers’ Championship – March 10-11, Clarksville
With a purse of $10,000, the 43rd Annual State of Tennessee Old-Time Fiddlers’ Championship will feature many of the best old-time musicians in the country. Guests can enjoy food and drink concession and craft vendors on-site at Rossview High School. Tickets are $15 for a two-day ticket. CONTACT: (931) 552-1113,,

Brass Ensemble of the Symphony of the Mountains – March 19, Rogersville
The Brass Ensemble of the Symphony of the Mountains will be in concert, hosted by the Rogersville Arts Council with support from the Tennessee Arts Commission. The event begins at 3 p.m. at Rogersville Middle School. CONTACT: (423) 754-6363,

Alice in Wonderland Jr. – March 10-12, Savannah
The children of Dreamweavers, The Dreamspinners, present Disney’s classic Alice In Wonderland story for kids. Travel down the rabbit hole and join Alice, one of literature’s most beloved heroines, in her madcap adventures. Featuring updated songs from Disney’s thrilling animated motion picture, Disney’s Alice in Wonderland Jr. is a fast-paced take on the classic tale. CONTACT: (731) 412-8169,

Wearin’ of the Green Irish Day Celebration – March 18, Erin
As the largest Irish Day Celebration and parade in the area, guests can enjoy a parade, food, entertainment and crafts. CONTACT: (931) 289-5100,

Dollywood’s Festival of Nations – March 19 – Apr. 9, Pigeon Forge
Dollywood hosts more than 200 performers from around the world celebrating music, dance and art. CONTACT: 1-800-365-5996,

The Big Ears Festival – March 23-26, Knoxville
A highly acclaimed weekend of world-class musical performances in theaters, clubs and galleries plus workshops, exhibitions, film screenings and more. CONTACT:

Mule Day – March 27 – Apr. 2, Columbia (pictured) 
Mule Day is an annual celebration of all things related to mules and is held in Columbia, the “Mule Capital” of the world. Started in 1840 as “Breeder’s Day,” a meeting for mule breeders, it now attracts over 200,000 people and takes place over four days. In addition to mules, traditional Appalachian food, music, dancing, and crafts are featured. CONTACT: (931) 381-9557,

Kiwanis Kapers – March 30 – Apr. 1, Greeneville
Don’t miss the 35th annual Kiwanis Kapers event at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday night. Experience lots of fun and laughs for just $10. CONTACT: (559) 930-8930

Antiques, Collectibles and Garden Show – March 30 – Apr. 1, Nolensville
Don’t miss this second annual event with garden vendors, food trucks, a preview party, demonstrations and more. CONTACT: (615) 405-5451,

Blues Hog BBQ & Music Fest – March 31 – Apr. 1, Savannah
A KCBS sanctioned cook-off held at Wayne Jerrods Park with live music, a car show, a motorcycle poker run and a 5K. CONTACT:

Shiloh 155th Anniversary – March 31 – Apr. 9, Savannah
This event welcomes thousands of re-enactment troops for a living history lesson at the Shiloh National Military Park. CONTACT: (731) 925-2364,

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