152 Hospitality Boulevard
Manchester, TN 37355
Phone: (931) 728-1301
Fax: (931) 954-0547
This 700 acre farm hosts many events. Whether you love live concerts or are a sports buff, you are sure to catch an event that interests you. Theatre performances, concerts, events and sports are also held here at Manchester Farm. You can catch artists like I-Nine and the Matt Costa at the famous Bonnaroo Music Festival held here annually. Check out their events schedule and book your tickets accordingly.
A liberal arts college, Sewanee: The University of the South is owned by southern dioceses of the Episcopal Church. This coeducational college has many excellent facilities for its students to avail, among which extracurriculars are rather significant. The Lake Cheston Amphitheater is an outdoor performance space where many of the college's cultural activities take place. The institution's annual music festival, Sewaneroo, is held here.
Two of Hollywood's latest movies are shown at the Oldham Theater.
Smokin' in McMinnville is a family friendly BBQ festival featuring live entertainment, food & beverages, children's play zone, sports competitions, assorted vendors and access to the fabulous Gilley Swimming Pool. Backyard grill masters and 40 professional Kansas City Barbeque Society teams from around the U.S. compete for $12,000 in total prize money in this TN State Championship Competition. Held in August.
The Jack Daniel's Invitational is one of the most prestigious barbecue competitions in the world. Teams from across the United States and around the world compete in the categories of Pork Ribs, Pork Shoulder, Beef Brisket and Chicken. Live entertainment, games and children's games will round out this day of fun. Held in October.
This event will feature a variety of art exhibits in numerous medias including photography, oils, watercolors, sculptures, and upscale crafts. There will also be an antique car show during this event.
This annual event takes place in early June and features a large vendor display area, bike shows, poker run, live music, and many other cycle centered activities.
First held in 1939, this annual event is now a huge part of Tennessee history. The large event is held each August and ends on the Saturday before Labor Day. The Celebration is a festival of family fun that includes a barn decorating contest, dog show, trade fair and the famous equine competition.