Putnam County Agricultural and Industrial Fair, Inc © 2014

New Attractions and Changes


Thank you Putnam and adjoining Counties for making the 89th Putnam County Fair such a great success. 


Over 48,000 people came – a 20% increase over 2014;


To our sponsors for $84,000 of support – a 147% increase over 2014;


Gate receipts were up $30,000 even with three days with special reduced admission prices;

And, to the 1,474 volunteers who helped us make it ‘the fair of our memories…’ thank you big time!








First Ever Hispanic Music Concert

Grupo Piedad and Fire and Glow


Five Nights of Motor Sports --

Lawn Mower Races;

Demolition Derby; Monster Trucks;

and two nights of Truck and Tractor Pulls


Middle Tennessee Junior Rodeo


Little Wrangler Goat Roping

daily 6pm-10 pm, weekendss 4 pm to 10 pm


Sawdogs Chainsaw Carvings – daily


Jackpot Roping Contest


“Vintage Gardens”

By Putnam County Master Gardeners


Pioneer Crafts --

Quilting, Weaving,

Spinning and Fiber Crafts,

Soap Making

and a working Blacksmith’s Shop


Antique Farm Equipment

and Tractor Exhibition -- daily


Two Nights Reduced Admission

for families and Opening Night $1 Admission for

County Appreciation Night


Thank you to Ty Kernea Photography

Website by Blackhawk Interactive

Putnam County Agricultural and Industrial Fair, Inc. © 2014

PUTNAM   COUNTY  FAIR  JULY 16  and    JULY  28  -  AUGUST  6,   2016

We  Love Our Sponsors - Show Them You Care! 

2016 Salute to Volunteerism

Cutting the Ribbon on an Award Winning County Fair are Commissioner of Agriculture Julius Johnson, Tennessee Department of Agriculture, County Commissioners, Elected Officials, Invited Guests, Advisory Board Members, Fair Board Members and Junior Fair Board Members – over 100 guests attended our Opening Luncheon – 100% increase in attendance numbers over 2014.


2016 Ribbon Cutting