Featured Thing to Do from Visit Knoxville
On September 6-15th, Tennessee Valley Fair celebrates 100 years of promoting East Tennessee’s agricultural heritage at historic Chilhowee Park. Join the celebration!
Quick Summary of Tennessee Valley Fair
The Tennessee Valley Fair is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to showcasing East Tennessee heritage, agriculture, and the arts.
The first Tennessee Valley Fair began in 1916 and this year celebrates the 100th event. Since day one, Tennessee Valley Fair has also been held at the historic Chilhowee Park and Exposition Center.
Ticket prices and parking information are below:
|Seniors (65 & over)||$8.00|
|Children (5 & under):||Free|
View Tennessee Valley Fair hours of operation here.
*Note: the hours on this page are Visit Knoxville’s hours.
Visit Knoxville is the official Convention and Visitors Bureau for Knoxville and Knox County. Their mission is to accelerate sustainable economic growth and development by increasing visitor and convention business to our community.
And it goes without saying that Visit Knoxville does a fantastic job at achieving and fulfilling their mission on a daily basis for the city and communities of Knoxville.
If you’re a resident of Knoxville, head to their events page to see what’s happening this month (p.s. there’s even a Community Events section). You’ll also want to download the Visit Knoxville app!
If you’re planning a visit to Knoxville, start your quest on the Visit Knoxville website. Their mobile-friendly website is comprehensive and robust. It’s the go-to place to find local events, annual events, weekend events, and gameday events.
While you’re IN town, be sure to stop by the Knoxville Visitors Center for personal assistance with tours and recommendations. Enjoy FREE live music there with the WDVX Blue Plate Special, a live performance radio show held Monday – Thursday and Fridays at noon. And take some time to shop from the wonderful assortment of local gift items in their gift shop (hours listed to the right).
If you’re considering moving to Knoxville, then you should request their relocation guide. The Relocation Guide includes detailed information about healthcare, education, and Knoxville’s phenomenal quality of life. Readers will also find maps and citywide listings for attractions, restaurants, hotels, shops, entertainment, and museums.
The Visit Knoxville website features the most comprehensive special event calendar of things to do in East Tennessee. From live music to guided historic tours, concerts and performances to gallery showings ... the Visit Knoxville event calendar has it all. Browse their local event calendar and easily search by popular categories. Get started today and plan a fun weekend in Knoxville, Tennessee.View Calendar
Local residents and visitors alike love the weekends in Knoxville. There are usually lots of local events and outdoor activities to choose from ... you can experience the unforgettable at the Tennessee Theatre, stop in at one of the local venues to listen to live music, or hike the beautiful Knoxville outdoors with friends. Check out upcoming weekend events and happening on the Visit Knoxville website.View Events
Knoxville is home to a diverse community of artists, arts organizations and cultural institutions. 14 years ago, the community came together on the First Friday of every month in downtown Knoxville. Over recent years, the celebration has extended throughout the city, encouraging people to venture out and enjoy great art and great company throughout all of Knoxville.Learn More
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