Banana Pudding Festival And Other Good Times Coming To Nashvegas This Fall

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The National Banana Pudding Festival will be held on October 1st and 2nd. Nashville‘s Big Back Yard has some of the best outdoor festivals and adventures for fall visitors, including the National Banana Pudding Festival. For $5, guests can sample 10 delectable banana pudding recipes at “The Puddin’ Path.” Centerville, Tennessee, October 1-2. Nashville‘s Big Back Yard is a fall wonderland, with more than 50 deciduous tree species on display along scenic vistas, rivers, streams, parks, and natural areas. The historic Natchez Trace Parkway runs for 100 miles through NBBY. Plan a trip to Nashville’s Big Back Yard this fall.

Middle Tennessee District Fair

In its 112th year, the fair celebrates a long history of providing a state fair experience with a county fair impact in Lawrenceburg, Tenn., from September 23 to October 1. The fair features attractions, great food, and top entertainment, including headliner Granger Smith, who will perform his No. 1 hit “Backroad Song” on September 30 at 7 p.m.

Shoals Fest

This intimate festival is one of the best in the South. Jason Isbell, your host, brings his music and friends to celebrate in his home state of Alabama. Brittney Spencer, Amanda Shires, Kingfish, and Nathaniel Rateliff will perform alongside Isbell and the 400 Unit on October 1-2 at McFarland Park in Florence, Alabama.

Hohenwald Oktober Heritage Festival

This yearly German-themed festival, held on October 7-8, features local musicians, arts and crafts vendors, and delicious festival food. Aside from the festival, a 20-mile yard sale along Highway 20 is another reason to visit Hohenwald, Tenn.

Fork Fest

This one-day event, featuring the incomparable Mike Farris and the Fortunate Few, takes place on Oct. 9 in the historic village of Leiper’s Fork, Tenn. Come early to walk around, shop, and eat. The Deltaz will perform in the Lawnchair Theatre at 2 p.m. Rain or shine, this is a free event.

Mid-South BBQ Festival

Mount Pleasant’s Mid-South BBQ Festival celebrates all things BBQ, with competitors traveling long distances to demonstrate their smokin’ skills. This festival is focused on food, but it also includes music, arts and crafts, a kid’s zone, and a century bike ride. Mount Pleasant, Tennessee, October 14-15.

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