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dogwood arts festival
Dogwood Arts Festival
Established in 1955, the Dogwood Arts Festival has become one of our nation's most celebrated events. The festival is one of the largest and finest annual festivals in America and has been termed "The Best 17 Days of Spring in America" by the Southeast Tourism Society. The Dogwood Arts Festival manifests the very best of the nature and the people of East Tennessee.

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foothills craft guild show
Foothills Craft Guild Fall Show
A fine crafts marketplace features the work of over 120 well-known craft artists from East and Middle Tennessee. Held in the historic Jacob Building with musical performances and craft demonstrations: wood-turning, clay sculpture, loom weaving, cornshuckery, printmaking, metal sculpture, and more. This event showcases the high-quality, handmade crafts of over 140 juried Guild members and several invited guest artists.

3301 E Magnolia Ave, Knoxville, TN 37914 • Map ItWebsite
 
gatlinburg craftsmens fair
Gatlinburg Craftsmen's Fair
Homespun necessities of yesteryear are turned into cherished treasures by over 150 of the finest craftspeople from all over the U.S. These artisans are gifted in quilting, wood carving, pottery, broom and dulcimer making, candle dipping, stained glass, metal work, basket weaving, furniture making, calligraphy and much more. A musical background complements the climate of creativity at the Fair as melodies strummed on dulcimer, fiddle, banjo and other traditional instruments fill the air.

303 Reagan Drive, Gatlinburg, TN 37738 • Map ItWebsite
 
ramsey house country market
Ramsey House Country Market
The Country Market features some of the region's finest antiques, crafts, food and music. Featured are dried flowers, folk art and traditional crafts, antiques, collectibles, used books, plants, heirloom seeds, herbs, garden ornaments, homemade gourmet foods, historical demonstrators, House and Heritage Garden Tours, silent auction, live auction, door prizes, and carriage rides. Entertainment includes Celtic, traditional, bluegrass, gospel, Appalachian ballads, clogging and storytelling.

2614 Thorngrove Pike, Knoxville, TN 37914 • Map It • 865-546-0745 • Website

 
rossini festival
Rossini Festival
Knoxville Opera's Rossini Festival brings a taste of Europe to East TN and celebrates the color, fun and excitement of opera and Italian culture. The festival combines two opera productions, art exhibitions, wine tastings, and a wide variety of other community events with a vibrant Italian Street Fair in which Knoxville’s Gay Street is transformed from a busy downtown thoroughfare to a festive European festival with six stages featuring a range of entertainment options, an upscale Artisan’s Market, the smells and tastes of authentic Mediterranean foods and beverages, and a special children’s area with entertainment, fun and games.

S. Gay St, Knoxville, TN 37902 • Map It • (865) 524-0795 • Website
 
statehood day
Statehood Day
Statehood Day is a celebration of the pioneers who settled and transformed the Southwest Territory into the State of Tennessee. This event is held in June at Blount Mansion in downtown Knoxville. This annual event features period crafts and skills demonstrations as well as 18th century tavern food.

200 Hill Ave, Knoxville TN 37902 • Map It • (865) 525-2375 • Website
 
tennessee fall homecoming
Tennessee Fall Homecoming
Tennessee Fall Homecoming is an annual festival held at Museum of Appalachia in Norris, Tennessee. It has been called the country's most extensive and authentic American Cultural festival featuring hundreds of people engaged in old-time, pioneer, mountain, and rural activities, along with over 400 traditional folk, early country and bluegrass musicians.

2819 Andersonville Hwy, Clinton, TN 37716 • (865) 494-7680 • Map ItWebsite
 
 

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