frequently asked questions
WHEN IS THE 2021 TENNESSEE HONEY FESTIVAL?
The 2021 Tennessee Honey Festival is scheduled to be held this Fall on Sunday, October 3rd, 2021. Event times are from 10am to 5pm. The Tennessee Honey Festival is a rain or shine event.
do vendors accept credit cards?
All event vendors are required to accept all major credit cards, on-site at the festival grounds, on the day of the event. Cash is also an accepted method of payment at all vendor booth locations. No checks will be accepted.
WHAT KIND OF ACTIVITIES ARE AT THE FESTIVAL?
The Tennessee Honey Festival has activities and fun for ALL ages! The festival has a creative art area for kids in which they can paint honeybee hives, butterfly wings, and much more! While the kids play, enjoy live music, honey vendors, artisan booths, honey-themed beverages & food, interactive bee classes, and more!
is there a festival admittance fee?
There is ONLY a $10.00 General Admission admittance fee for adults. Children General Admission (ages 6 to 12) are only $5.00 to enter into the festival. Family of (4) ticket package option is only $30 for our Family 4-Pack! Kids 5 years old and under get in absolutely FREE! The Tennessee Honey Festival is an all-ages event. Young children must be accompanied by an adult or guardian.
what are parking expectations?
Uber or Lyft transportation is highly recommended for this event. Local residing attendees are encouraged to walk, bike, or utilize drop-off transportation. There are minimal parking options for this venue. Handicap & senior citizen event entry will have the option of being dropped off conveniently at any entrance of the festival.
WHAT IS THE REFUND POLICY?
Refund policy: No Refunds. In order to plan accordingly, to provide a successful festival, we must account for ticket sales when planning the festival for an accurate estimate of needed vendors, products, attractions, and experiences.
WHAT IS THE POLICY ON ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES?
Cultural beverages will be sold by alcohol permitted vendors at the festival. No alcoholic beverages are allowed to be brought into the festival event. The Tennessee Honey Festival is a family-friendly event that is put on for the sole purpose of raising awareness and bringing attention to the current honey-bee, pollinator crisis.