If you’re looking for something fun to do, THINK TIFTON! We’ve got you covered all year long with fun events and festivals. So check out what’s coming soon and mark your calendar for a good time.
Sat, February 11
Come out and enjoy Downtown Tifton with SECOND SATURDAY. Merchants will be having special extended store hours & there will be live music in Tifton Gardens. Tifton Gardens is located next to Don Julio’s! Stroll, shop, and restaurant hop! We'll see you there.
Mark Lowry at The UGA Tifton Campus Conference Center
Fri, March 03
Mark Lowry is coming to the UGA Conference Center! Singer, songwriter, author, and humorist Mark Lowry is best known for penning the lyric to the Christmas classic “Mary Did You Know?” and singing baritone for the GRAMMY Award-winning Gaither Vocal Band for many years. Lowry, who’s entertained audiences since he was 11 years old, has a unique gift of communicating profound Biblical truths through music and storytelling.His life’s work features a large catalog of diverse projects including many videos, books, and CDs.
Rhythm & Ribs BBQ Festival: Kick Off Party
Fri, March 03, 6:00PM to 10:00PM
Fulwood Park, FREE Admission. http://tiftonribsfest.com
Rhythm & Ribs BBQ Festival
Sat, March 04, 10:00AM to 10:00PM
Entertainment, Shopping, Kids Activities, Food/Drinks; FREE Admission, Fulwood Park.http://www.tiftonribsfest.com
Wiregrass Farmers Market
Sat, April 01, 9:01AM to Sat, July 29, 9:01AM
Open every Saturday morning, 9 AM - 12 PM, April through July and October through Mid-November. The Market offers locally-grown produce (some organic), artisan breads, fresh eggs, jams/jellies, vegan baked goods, honey, nuts, plants, and more. We are a community-based farmers market in the heart of South Georgia, providing locally-grown and handmade products to locals and travelers alike, sold by farmers and artisans themselves. Conveniently located right off I-75, we are hosted by the acclaimed Georgia Museum of Agriculture and Historic Village. Find us at the pole barn behind the Country Store. More than just a great place to shop, the Wiregrass Farmers Market is also a place to learn about food, farming, cooking, and traditional skills. The market is sponsored by the Georgia Museum of Agriculture at ABAC, and is organized and managed by a committee of citizen volunteers. No admission is needed for the market, but you may choose to purchase admission to the museum and village and experience South Georgia's rural heritage and ride the steam train! For more information, follow them on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/wiregrassfarmersmarket