Middle Tennessee County Fairs: 2022

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The school year is looming, but that doesn’t mean that summer fun is over! County fairs are coming to Middle Tennessee, and there are a lot of them. Why do county fairs happen during the hottest time of year, you may ask? We have no idea. But we can tell you where and when you can enjoy a Ferris wheel with a corndog chaser. May you win all the carnival games!

The fairs are listed in the order they are occurring for your planning convenience.

2022 Middle Tennessee State Fairs

Middle Tennessee State Fairs

Overton County Fair

  • 608 Montgomery Highway, Livingston
  • When: July 21 – 31
  • Website

Trousdale County Fair

  • 262 West McMurry Boulevard, Hartsville
  • When: July 28 – 31, August 4 – 6
  • Website

Macon County Fair

  • 231 Russell Drive, Lafayette
  • When: August 1 – 6
  • Website

Bledsoe County Fair

  • 234 Allen P Deakins Road, Pikeville
  • When: August 3 – 6
  • Website

Putnam County Fair

  • 200 Veterans Drive, Cookeville
  • When: August 4 – 13
  • Website

Williamson County Fair

  • 4215 Long Lane, Franklin
  • When: August 5 – 13
  • Website

Cumberland County Fair

  • 1398 Livingston Road, Crossville
  • When: August 15 – 20
  • Website

Cheatham County Fair

  • 870 Fairgrounds Road, Ashland City
  • When: August 16 – 20
  • Website

Wilson County Fair – Tennessee State Fair

  • 945 E. Baddour Parkway, Lebanon
  • When: August 18 – 27
  • Website

Henry County Fair

  • 517 Royal Oak Drive, Paris
  • When: August 20 – 27
  • Website

Benton County Fair

  • 187 Natchez Trace Rd, Camden
  • When: August 22 – 27
  • Website

South Central Area Fair

  • 115 Smith Avenue, Hohenwald
  • When: August 30 – September 3
  • Website

Maury County Fair

  • 1018 Maury County Park Drive, Columbia
  • When: September 1 – 5
  • Website

White County Agriculture Fair

  • 565 Hale Street, Sparta
  • When: September 2 – 10
  • Website

Coffee County Fair

  • 99 Lakeview Drive, Manchester
  • When: September 3 – 10
  • Website

Nashville Fair

  • 625 Smith Avenue, Nashville
  • When: September 9 – 18
  • Website

Houston County Fair

  • 721 West Front Street, Erin
  • When: September 14 – 17
  • Website

Lincoln County Fair

  • 1003 Hedgemont Avenue, Fayetteville
  • When: September 17 – 24
  • Website

Robertson County Fair

  • 4635 Tennessee Highway 41, Springfield
  • When: September 20 – 24
  • Website

Middle Tennessee District Fair

  • 927 N Military Avenue, Lawrenceburg
  • When: September 23 – October 1
  • Website

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