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Pumpkintown Celebrating History Heritage in SeTn

Festival Event

Cherokee Dancer – Lizz Harris

ADA Accessibility Notes

Handicap accessible downtown and facilities

Ages Festival is Appropriate For

All ages - Family Fun for all!

A Fall Festival celebrating the history, heritage and harvest of Southeast Tennessee.

Enjoy local and regional entertainment featured on three stages! Bluegrass, Gospel, Southern rock, Contemporary Alternative and more!

We take you back in time to enjoy heritage craftspeople demonstrate handmade baskets, bobbin lace, and quilting in Heritage Row.

Arts & Crafts Show-A wide variety of fine quality items: jewelry, soaps, gourds, knitted items and more... made by local and regional artist will be showcased in the art market as well all around the courthouse square. Perfect for handmade in America early bird holiday shopping!

Farmers Market- Pick up colorful fall decorations, flowers,pumpkins, fall produce, herbs, honey, bread, cheese from the unique vendors on Peddler's Row.

GREAT FOOD! FUN FOR THE YOUNG OR YOUNG AT HEART! -tons of things to amuse toddlers to teens! Face painting, scavenger hunt, pony rides, petting zoo, bouncy houses, climbing wall, temp. tattoos, doggie parade, mechanical bull.

Pumpkin Carving Contests, famous Mutt Strut and Doggie Costume Contest and Parade. Little Miss Pumpkintown Pageant - Living History displays, Historical Tours and much more!

How to Get There

Exits 49 or 52 off I-75 follow east into Historic Downtown Courthouse Square area on Ingleside St.or Decature Pike which will be blocked off. Parking along the edges of festival, at Tn Wesleyan College, Madison Parking lot, Church and bank lots.

Pet Friendly Notes

Very pet friendlly - Humane Society adoptathon