A stormy Sunday didn’t faze honey enthusiasts to go to Nashville’s Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park to join the 2021 Tennessee Honey Festival. The event featured a variety of food trucks selling honey-inspired and infused dishes and cocktails. Over a couple of dozen tents of vendors filled the park grounds, offering a variety of honey-inspired products like soaps, candies, candles, clothing, jewelry, and many more.
Aside from the backdrop of live music, the event also has multiple educational lessons and tutorials from experts in beekeeping, honey, and pollination. The event also has an art tent for young honey bee enthusiasts where they can paint murals of flowers and bees.
The festival is in its 3rd year and its goal is to spread awareness about the importance of honey bees and arranged a gathering space for honey vendors and entrepreneurs.