The Fairview Area Chamber of Commerce is excited to offer nature at its best with the community’s largest annual festival coming up next weekend.

The 36th Annual Fairview Nature Fest will spotlight the beautiful 700-acre Bowie Nature Park from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, September 25.

A free, family friendly festival offers park guests a full day of fun including live music, living history exhibits, free children games and crafts, hayrides through the park, inflatables, and the chance to browse a host of local artisan, crafters and non-profit vendor booths.

There will also be lots of festive food and refreshments to enjoy through the day under the tall pines of Bowie Nature Park.

This year’s live music will include performances by the Fairview High School Band, Magen Street, Blake Kirby, Elekrohorse and Cowboy Calvin, Clayton Q, Matthew Lester, Tim Culpepper, Cotton Payne and the Jeff Woods Band.

Main Street Fairview will include more details including performance times in our September 22 issue.

The Fairview Chamber is currently accepting vendor applications and sponsorships.

Vendor applications can be downloaded from the website under the vendor tab. Email the completed form and vendor fee to, mail it to Apex Bank, Attn: Stephanie Hartsook, 2017 Fairview Blvd., Fairview, TN 37062, or drop it off with payment at Apex Bank.

If you have any vendor, sponsor, or event questions, you can contact Tabitha Bassett at

Proceeds from the event support Chamber operations and their annual college scholarships awarded to high school seniors.

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