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Louisiana I10 Foodie Road-trip

March 26th, |0 Comments

People not from the South tend to think of anything below the Mason-Dixon as being stereotypically southern and that all southerners including our food choices are the same. Nothing could be further from the truth. […]

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13 Tips to Help You Survive Bonnaroo in 2019

May 7th, |0 Comments

Survive Bonnaroo in 2019

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Beachin’ on a Budget : 6 Southern Destinations That Won’t Break the Bank

May 16th, |0 Comments

So you have beach fever, but maybe your bank account doesn’t feel the same way. If you are trying to throw together a last minute vacation, or maybe sneak in a weekend trip, budget is […]

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Recipes

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Southern Comfort Foods to Help You Beat the Winter Blues

December 18th, |0 Comments

The second January hits, the magic and excitement of December fades away into a long and cold, dark winter. The last thing people want to do […]

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4 Sweet Recipes for Your Next Holiday Bash

November 29th, |0 Comments

Are you planning to host your best holiday bash yet this year? Surely you’ll need some recipes for the occasion, as food (let’s be real, desserts) […]

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10 Festive Drinks to Try Before the Holidays Are Over

November 10th, |0 Comments

With so many reasons to celebrate, it really is the most wonderful time of the year to try out fun, festive drinks. Whether you are wanting […]

Events/Schedules

May
4
Sat
The Tennessee Renaissance Festival @ Tennessee Ren Fair
May 4 @ 10:00 am – May 27 @ 6:00 pm

Take your family on an adventure back to the 16th century? Experience that all month long with the Tennessee Renaissance Festival! They will bring popular games and attractions from that time period to give the full experience. The event is going on every weekend in May! Tickets are available in advance or at the door.

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May
25
Sat
Atlanta Jazz Festival – Atlanta, GA @ Piedmont Park
May 25 – May 26 all-day

The Atlanta Jazz Festival is one of the country’s largest and best free jazz festivals. It is an annual musical showcase that celebrates jazz legends and up-and-coming jazz greats in venues throughout metropolitan Atlanta during the entire month of May.

The festival culminates each Memorial Way weekend with show-stopping performances at Piedmont Park.

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May
31
Fri
Georgia Blueberry Festival 2109: Alma, Georgia
May 31 – Jun 1 all-day
Georgia Blueberry Festival 2109: Alma, Georgia

The Georgia Blueberry Festival is a locally organized festival. Its goal is to honor and recognize the importance of the blueberry crop to Alma and Bacon County and to thank those who are involved in the production of the blueberries. The Festival provides entertainment, activities, and food to local residents and visitors. More Information

 

Jun
1
Sat
Pa*Brew*cah Beer Fest: Paducah, KY
Jun 1 all-day
Pa*Brew*cah Beer Fest: Paducah, KY

PaBREWcah Beer Fest, currently gearing up for its annual festival, is the largest fundraising event for the Paducah Symphony Orchestra. PaBREWcah is not only an opportunity to raise much needed funds, but also to raise awareness about what we do as an orchestra. Believe it or not, the symphony is just as approachable as your favorite beer! More Information

 

Jun
7
Fri
Georgia Peach Festival: Fort Valley and Byron, Georgia
Jun 7 – Jun 8 all-day
Georgia Peach Festival: Fort Valley and Byron, Georgia

The annual week-long Georgia Peach Festival attracts as many as 10,000 visitors including church groups, senior groups and charter bus tours. The Georgia Peach Festival splits events between Peach County’s two cities, Byron (June 7-8) and Fort Valley (June 15) each June. Georgia peaches have a long and storied tradition and Peach County is the epicenter of this fabled industry. The first peaches were planted in the state in the 18th century, and the first commercial production occurred in the mid-19th century. More information

 

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Enjoy Nature this Summer by Tubing and Biking at the Smoky Mountain Outdoor Center

May 24th, |0 Comments

If you go to the Smoky Mountains for some outdoor adventure, the Smoky Mountain Outdoor Center should be one of your first stops. There you have a choice to either […]

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6 Events You Won’t Want to Miss at 2017’s Summer on Broadway

May 24th, |0 Comments

This summer, on the weekend of June 23rd and 24th, Friday and Saturday, come away from the fast-paced side of the Smoky Mountains and spend your weekend in Blount County […]

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3 Reasons You Should Go on a Sunday Bountiful Brunch Tour

February 11th, |0 Comments

Are you getting bored in your own city of Knoxville? Or do you just want to visit Knoxville but aren’t sure what to do when you get there? Instead of […]

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Out & About: Southern Mexican Fusion

May 20th, |0 Comments

In a new series, Roll’n South is going to give you the 411 on the new trends going on in culinary and travel. We will feature one restaurant or business […]