The legendary country music group Oak Ridge Boys and gospel Grammy winner Jason Crabb will return to the 2017 Wilson County Fair as headline performers sponsored by Bates Ford.
A Toast to Tennessee Wine Festival will make its Wilson County debut April 29 at the Wilson County Expo Center, and the Music City Star will help celebrate the move with special rides for festival attendees.
John Rose, chairman of the TSAF board, said board members, fair staffers and others were asked to suggest considerations for this year’s theme.
The Celtic Rhythms on Fire, featuring the Nashville Irish Step Dancers, will return St. Patrick’s Day weekend for Irish music lovers and holiday enthusiasts to enjoy.
The Wilson County Expo Center played host to the Lebanon Antiques and Uniques Expo on Saturday.
Members of the Tennessee State Fair Association board of directors elected officers and re-elected five directors at the group’s January meeting recently.
Every year, they add a few new items. Because the area they decorate for the public’s enjoyment is quite large, Fiddlers Grove can always use additional holiday yard displays.
Some people use a planner to keep track of days and events happening throughout the year. Wilson County residents organize their lives by means of the Wilson County Fair.
The state’s biggest music festival announced presale tickets for the 2017 festival would go on sale Friday, Nov. 25, at noon.
The Wilson County Expo Center opened its door its first official guests Monday as Expo and county leaders held an open house for the new facility.
The Granville Fall Celebration will be a full day of two different stages of musical entertainment Saturday in Granville.
GLADEVILLE – Ninety automobiles participated in the GladeFest Antique Car Show on Saturday in Gladeville.
She’d only been baking pies since the beginning of the summer, but that didn’t keep Colleen Krause from entering one of the state’s most high-profile baking contests.
Two Tennessee State Fair champion country hams that were sold at auction Monday at the annual Future Farmers of America Ham Breakfast in Nashville brought a whopping $8,900.
2016 Wilson County Fair deemed a success despite lower turnout