The Kingsport Farmers Market's Fall Festival is back for 2019. Visit the market on Oct. 19 from 8 a.m. to noon for pumpkins, sweet fall treats, festive home decor, mums for your front porch and so much more.
Come celebrate the spirit of the harvest at the Rocky Mount’s annual Fall Family Festival on Saturday, October 12th.
Jonesborough’s National Storytelling Festival is more than just a celebration of the spoken word, it is -- for International Storytelling Center Kiran Singh Sirah -- a bridge for peace and understanding.
The Johnson City Public Art Committee will host its inaugural Art Struck Festival on Sept. 28 at Founders Park, 225 Commerce St., in downtown Johnson City from 10 a.m.-8 p.m.
If festivals were currency, Johnson City may well be one of the richest cities in America.
This year’s festival, set for Sept. 20-22, will showcase an extensive lineup on nearly 20 indoor and outdoor stages throughout downtown Bristol.
The festival is a time for families and friends to reunite, and for newcomers to enjoy Chinese Culture.
The 2018 Umoja Festival will take place Friday and Saturday September 7-8 in downtown Johnson City.
Food, craft and recreational vendors lined the sidewalk around the grassy area of Founders Park that featured obstacle courses, rock-climbing walls, biking rinks and a pool for a dog-jumping competition.
TriPrideTN festival organizers announced Eastman as one of the major partners supporting the inaugural TriPride Parade and Festival set for Sept. 15 at Founder’s Park.
Dozens of vintage radio enthusiasts from across the country converged on Jonesborough's Storybook Farm Saturday morning to learn more about resurrecting the technology that once dominated mass communication decades ago.
There will be two large bluegrass and old-time music events held in Unicoi County next week, both expected to draw thousands of attendees, according to organizers.
This year’s Umoja Festival in downtown Johnson City will feature new events along with old festival favorites, according to organizer Ralph Davis.
The Umoja Festival, which will take place in downtown Johnson City on Sept. 29 and 30, will feature a large lineup of entertainment, all with the aim of turning the downtown district into a melting pot over the weekend.
“From the very first year, there’s always been at least a few individuals showcasing their work for the first time. For me, this is the greatest reward in organizing the festival,” organizer Suzie Kelly said.