Red Apple Days 2023
August 4th & 5thCS Hawkins Park
Auburntown, TN 37016
Supporting the Auburntown Volunteer Fire Department
The Red Apple Days Festival is a Free to enter festival supporting the Auburntown Volunteer Fire Department with Free games and activities for the kids, food and craft fair vendors, the Miss Red Apple Days Pageant for girls aged 2-22, the Red Apple Days Car Show, Local Parades, Baking Contest, Pie Eating Contests and so much more! Located at the CS Hawkins Park in Auburntown, TN, come out, enjoy a festival for the whole family, and support the Auburntown Volunteer Fire Department.
Miss Red Apple Days Pageant
Pageant Registration is now open for girls aged 0-21!Pageant Registration
Friday, August 4th
Gospel Night! The vendor walk opens at 4:00 PM, and Gospel Music Starts at 5:00 PM.
Saturday, August 5th
Festival Day! We will enjoy events starting at 7:00 AM, like the Red Apple Run, Car Show, Red Apple Days Pageant, Baking Contest, and Much, Much More. We are currently booking musical guests starting at 4:00 PM. Fireworks by Mooretown Fire Department to close out the event!
The Aburntown Fire Department wants to thank you for your interest and support for the Red Apple Days Festival. Because of the community involvement and support, we can host an amazing festival year after year and raise funds to protect the City of Auburtown and surrounding communities.
The Red Apple Days Festival
Supporting & hosted by the Auburntown Volunteer Fire Department is a two day festival held the first weekend in August every year in Auburntown TN since 1979. The AVFD and its members take great pride in putting on this event and look forward to the family friendly games, activities and live music that make up the Red Apple Days Festival. The festival would not be possible without our amazing sponsors who have stepped up to support the community and the Auburntown Volunteer Fire Department.
Located off of State Highway 96 also known as Poplar Bluff Road, Auburntown was once known as Poplar Stand, due to large population of poplar trees in the area, Auburntown was eventually renamed after Auburn, NY, and was incorporated in 1949.Learn More
A way to show your Auburn Pride, the Miss Red Apple Days Pageant accepts participants ages 0-21 to compete with other young ladies not only from Auburntown, but from all surrounding areas.Learn More
The men and women of our volunteer fire department work hard and train hard to keep our community and the surrounding areas safe. All money raised by vendor fees, pageant applicants, and donations goes directly to help fund AVFD.Learn More