Although summer is the unofficial music festival season, there are a select few that fill our fall calendar as well. Each year on Halloween weekend, Voodoo Music + Arts Experience takes place in New Orleans’ City Park. Festival goers celebrate music, art, community and cuisine in The Big Easy. During the three-day event, attendees will
Southern Events & Happenings
StyleBlueprint finds fun things to do in the South each month. No matter if you live in Virginia or Louisiana or somewhere in-between, you will find events perfect for a road trip or to embrace in your own backyard!
The second annual Grains and Grits event, a festival of Southern spirits and gourmet grub, will bring together whiskey lovers from around the state for the East Tennessee celebration of the new Tennessee Whiskey Trail, a 26-stop distillery tour across the state of Tennessee organized by the Tennessee Distillers Guild. All 26 distilleries will gather for the celebration at
The change of seasons brings with it a bevy of fantastic Southern events. Here are our top October event picks!
Enjoy unique oyster dishes from dozens of the Southeast’s hottest restaurants and chefs and learn to prepare your own with cooking demos hosted by Food Network Stars and James Beard Award nominees. Hungry for more? Taste your way across the continent at our North American Oyster Showcase. Wash it all down with over 20 craft
Main Street will be closed down for HarvestFest in Danville. This downtown celebration, happening during Centre’s Family Weekend, brings Danville’s Main Street to life and celebrates what makes the town unique. Known as the “City of Firsts,” Danville is a cultural hub in Central Kentucky with everything from musical talent, libations and great food. And
2017 marks Charleston’s 34th annual MOJA Arts Festival: A Celebration of African-American and Caribbean Arts. The MOJA Arts Festival is a multi-disciplinary festival produced and directed by the City of Charleston Office of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the MOJA Planning Committee, a community arts and cultural group, and the MOJA Advisory Board, a group of
The City Farmhouse Pop-up Fair is held the third weekend in October. It’s two days of antiquing and vintage finds held in Franklin, TN. It features 70 hand selected vendors from across the United States. Trust us – it’s worth the trip! Each year brings new celebrity talent, so check back for updates and information. Day passes
The Southern Festival of Books welcomes for than 200 authors from throughout the nation. There are panel discussions, book signings and more. It’s the perfect opportunity to hear from and potentially meet your favorite author! It is free and open to the public. No advance registration or tickets are required. All seating is on a first-come
The inaugural Turtle Creek Arts Festival, a new, two-day arts festival, will debut in Reverchon Park in Dallas, Texas this fall. Set for Saturday, November 11, 2017 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday, November 12, 2017 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., the festival will showcase approximately 100 local and regional artists and crafters of all
. Forget all preconceived notions of a designer show house. The 2017 O’More Show House is 4,015 square feet of new construction designed to work in harmony with the surrounding habitat. As part of the new Você neighborhood, the house is nestled into towering clusters of trees, an attribute that Lila Pryor Frank highlights in
The Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville is now the longest-running, largest and most respected event of its kind in the country. Held at the award-winning Music City Center in the epicenter of Nashville’s thriving downtown entertainment district, the show will once again breathe its warmth, life and style into the heart of winter with
It’s the 33rd Running of the Steeplechase at Callaway! See the South at it’s finest and enjoy vendors ranging from Southern Living to Stoneware and Co.. Whether you love horse racing or are just here for the party, the Steeplechase has something for everyone! Gates open at 10:00 a.m. Callaway Gardens-Pine Mountain, GA. The first