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Keep your spirits high at this year’s Tennessee Whiskey Festival

The Tennessee Whiskey Festival returns to First Horizon Pavilion on Saturday, Sept. 30.

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Grab your tasting glass to sample different kinds of whiskey.

Photo by Amy Kenyon Photography via Tennessee Whiskey Festival

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Get ready to get sippin’. The 9th annual Tennessee Whiskey Festival will return to First Horizon Pavilion from 1 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 30.

The festival was created “from a passion for showcasing our state’s craft spirits and those who produce them.” Folks will have the opportunity to taste some of the best whiskey Tennessee has to offer from 35+ distilleries.

Ticket tiers

  • VIP Whiskey Lover | $125 | Receive a whiskey tasting glass, complimentary tastings + VIP food and a full bar
  • Whiskey Tasting | $65 | Receive a whiskey tasting glass + complimentary tastings
  • Designated Driver | $20 | Festival entry + non-alcoholic beverages available at the full bar

Ticket prices will increase on Saturday, so make sure you snag your tickets by midnight to get them at a discounted price.
Pro tip: This is a tasting event only, bottles of whiskey will not be available for purchase — you can ask a distillery representative for local retailers where you can purchase their products.

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