Festivals & Events

Humboldt Strawberry Festival

The West Tennessee Strawberry Festival is a 75-year tradition in Humboldt, an opportunity for a classic West Tennessee homecoming as people travel from across the country to enjoy the events, the food and the fellowship of family and friends. Beauty revues, music, the horse show, fireworks, the recipe contest, the carnival, parades with floats and bands, the 5K & 10K runs, the pet parade, festival cuisine and more are all a part of the attraction.

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Trenton Teapot Festival

Trenton, TN, home of the largest teapot collections in the world, hosts this annual festival, featuring a parade, block party, flower show and music festival. 

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Milan Dawg Daze Street Festival

The festival is held every August in downtown Milan between Front St and College St. There are games, food vendors, a car show, arts and crafts, live entertainment and fun for the entire family. For more information call-(731)-686-7494.

Fall Folklore Jamboree 

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Davy Crockett Days

A weeklong event held in Rutherford every October. The festival honors the memory of Colonel Davy Crockett. The festival will include food, pioneer trades, crafts, blue grass music, parade, fireworks and much, much more.

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Dyer Station Celebration

Held in the City of Dyer, the festivities are geared toward celebrating the old fashioned down home way. The event includes country dances, homemade ice cream, arts and crafts and fireworks.

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Doodle Soup Festival

The Doodle Soup Festival is the third weekend in September in the downtown area of Bradford.  Sample the all made from scratch doodle soup fried Twinkies, fried pies and other great foods.

Regional Annual Events

Miss Tennessee Scholarship Pageant

Third week of June, Carl Perkins Civic Center

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Shannon Street Blues & Heritage Festival

First weekend in June, West Tennessee Farmer’s Market. This fundraiser for Jackson Downtown Development Corporation draws nearly 5,000 patrons into downtown to listen to great blues music. A barbecue cooking contest and 5K run are held in conjunction with the music festival.

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Rockabilly Festival

Early August, Carl Perkins Civic Center

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