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In The West Tennessee Area:
16th ANNUAL SUNSET ON THE SQUARE CONCERT SERIES
Confederate Park, Collierville - Live music, food and fun! Each week offers a different musical group ranging from oldies to rock to swing to country. For additional information contact the good folks at Main Street Collierville or you can call 901-853-1666

In The Middle Tennessee Area:
MONTEAGLE MOUNTAIN MARKET OF ARTS & CRAFTS
Hannah Picket Memorial Park, Monteagle - The Monteagle Mountain Marketplace festival features handmade arts & crafts. For additional information contact the good folks at Chamber of Commerce or you can call 931-924-5353

In The East Tennessee Area:
GRAINGER COUNTY TOMATO FESTIVAL
Rutledge - The Grainger County Tomato Festival features the Tomato Wars, 5k fun run, antique car show, beauty pageant, marble tournament, entertainment on three stages including Mountain Heart and more. The Pre-Tomato Festival Street Dance will be held July 20th. For additional information contact: Doris Stratton or you can call 865-828-4480

Shelbyville, TN - Attractions


Shelbyville, TN - Attractions


You can get to Shelbyville from Nashville by taking I-24 South to Murfreesboro. Exit West onto Hwy. 231 and it will take you into Shelbyville.

Shelbyville is Just Down The Road © from: Tullahoma, Raus, Lynchburg, Fayetteville, Farmington, Unionville, Deason, Wartrace & Normandy.


Shelbyville Town Square - Laid out in 1810 as the prototype for town squares throughout the South and the Midwest. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the stores on the square contain thriving businesses full of old time atmosphere. Call 931-684-3482.

Tennessee Walking Horse Museum - This one of a kind attraction showcases the grand history of the only horse named for its state, the Tennessee Walking Horse, famous for its mild temperament, stately manners and smooth gait. State of the art interactive video, Walking Horse artifacts, and fascinating three dimensional displays provide a moving overview of the "Worlds Largest Horse Show". Call 931-684-0314.

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