Come join us for the Blooming Arts FestivalAnnually in the last part of March.
Come and indulge in some springtime fun at the Annual Blooming Arts Festival in Linden Tennessee! This highly anticipated annual event will feature a diverse and compelling mix of fine arts, local craftsmanship, engaging performances, and fantastic eats. One of the region’s earliest festivals, it is a perfect way to kick off the new season and celebrate the richness and vitality of Linden and Perry County.
** Special Advisory – Event Canelled Until 2021
To Register click on Register Online below.
** see special advisory below
Set in the small, inviting town of Linden, Tennessee, the festival takes place over a two day period: starting on Friday June 19th at 12:00pm til 7:00pm and Saturday from 9:00am till 7:00pm. Attendance is free, and all members of the public are invited to attend this highly popular event.
Always expanding, the event is expected to host over 150 regional and local artisans and vendors. The exhibiters are known for their engaging fine arts as well as their standout craftsmanship, which ranges from quality woodwork to carefully crafted art glass and other fine crafts. These artisans and vendors will be showcasing their fine art and crafts in several interactive exhibitions, such as chainsaw carving, live dance performances, and painting exhibits. For the food lovers among us, local eateries and street vendors will offer ample opportunities for indulging in all types of savory cuisine.
The festival will also feature multiple events and venues for family-friendly entertainment, including activities for the kids, a Quilt Show to showcase our area’s artistic talent, and exhibitions of “homemade and handmade” goods that reflect local and regional culture. In short, the festival’s sure to offer something for every guest.
** Special Festival Advisory – Event Cancelled Until 2021
The Health and safety of our guests and vendors is the top priority of the Blooming Arts Festival. Given the ongoing concerns about COVID-19 and the Flu season, the festival that was originally scheduled for March 20th and 21st, has been rescheduled for June 19th and 20th.