Posted by Jie Chen
Due to the fact that “Knoxville simply must have a fair!”, The Tennessee Valley Fair was born. The Tennessee Valley Fair starts on Sept. 6 and runs through Sept. 15 in Knoxville, TN. And this year is a special year because The Tennessee Valley Fair will celebrate its 100th Fair! For the past 100 years, The Tennessee Valley Fair kept the dreams of having a fair spectacular showing off the East Tennessee heritage and talents.
In addition to holding traditional activities, like education lottery fireworks, thrill rides, yesteryear village and little ponderosa zoom, the fair will also feature a multitude of performances, including Keith Sweat, Morgan Wallen, the Sunshine Band and more.
The overall social media conversation volume, conducted between Aug. 31 and Sept. 7, regarding The Tennessee Valley Fair is 113 posts. The main social media of the conversations post is Twitter, which accounts for 88.5% of all posts, compared with 11.5% from Facebook. The conversation volume reaches its peak on Sept. 6 which makes sense as the Fair kicked off on that day.
Dogwood Art Slam was held in Strong Alley off Market Square, Knoxville on Sept. 6. Some of Knoxville’s talented and excellent artists created unique-particular paintings that will be used for the Art in Public Places Murtal Program. In addition to the sentiment of The Tennessee Valley Fair, nearly nine-in-ten responses have a positive attitude versus 8.5% of users present negative.
The Tennessee Valley Fair is one of the largest and longest-running fairs in the Southeast of the U.S.A. And its activities will last for two weeks. We will continue to follow the attention of The Tennessee Valley Fair. For more information about the Fair, please visit the official website: https://www.tnvalleyfair.org/