East Tennessee is rich in culture and heritage. One of the many ways to enjoy this fabulous community is to attend one of Knoxville’s annual festivals. Knoxville has a festival for you, whether you want to enjoy arts and crafts, food, or sports.
Here is our roundup of Knoxville’s best festivals for 2022 that you won’t want to miss.
Hola Festival is a two-day celebration of Hispanic culture in Knoxville. This year’s festival will be held at the Performance Lawn at World’s Fair Park. The Hola Festival has become one of East Tennessee’s most popular festivals due to the rich blend of Hispanic culture and community heritage.
The 2022 event will be on October 8th & 9th.
There’s no reason you should miss this year’s Knox Asian Festival, scheduled for Sunday, August 28th, 2022, at Worlds Fair Park. Asian communities from across the region will participate in the festival. Countries represented at this year’s event include; Thailand, Indonesia, Japan, China, Malaysia, Laos, and many others.
If you love Asian food and want to discover more about the fascinating Asian cultures, make sure to get it on your schedule.
The Knoxville Brewfest was held in August 2021, but we couldn’t find the date for 2022. The Brewfest features brewers from all over the region and plenty of “pub food” to go with it. With so many beers available to taste, it’s easy to overdo it, so be sure to pace yourself. Load up on the pretzel necklaces!
Hopefully, they will have a homebrewers display feature recipes for your favorite beers this year. Check their website periodically for this year’s date.
Southern Tequila & Tacos Festival is a weekend of southwestern eats, signature drinks, and live entertainment held on April 29th, 2022! Different Knoxville organizations put together this annual festival, so make sure to add it to your calendar.
Proceeds benefit “Remote Area Medical” founded by Stan Brock in 1985. Click here for more info on RAM.
Indulge in your favorite margarita, tequila, or Mexican beer while you listen to great music and enjoy delicious tacos. (you had me at “Tacos”!)
Quote of the Day: “It’s ok if you fall apart sometimes. Tacos fall apart & we still love them.”
Words to live by!
These aren’t the only festivals in Knoxville this year. Click here for a complete list of scheduled Knoxville festivals and events.
Knoxville is never short of things to do. From hiking in the Great Smokey Mountains to the varied cultures throughout the region, its rich history, variety of cultures, and beauty make it an excellent place to call home.
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