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 Vols fans love nothing more than a crisp fall afternoon at Neyland Stadium. And there are plenty of reasons to be excited about Big Orange football these days. Head football coach Jeremy Pruitt has re-energized Rocky Top, fans are looking forward to watching the Vols continue to improve under his leadership.  The pre-season polls have the Vols ranked in the top 20, and the Vols hold one of the longest winning-streaks going into the 2020-21 campaign. This season promises to be filled with excitement and plenty of Rocky Top.

Farragut offers fans the ability to enjoy all the excitement at Neyland Stadium without the headache of driving and parking.  KAT Shuttle buses run from Farragut High School for every home game and cost just $20 round trip.  There are also shuttle buses that pick up at our hotels, inquire when making your reservation. Once you return from the game, Farragut offers plenty of  great shopping and dining in the friendliest of settings. Football fans can plan an entire family friendly weekend in Farragut. Nine hotels are ready to welcome you with a variety of amenities and price points and all the convenience you and your family need to enjoy your stay.


Fans can use exit 373 from I40/75 Campbell Station Road to be right in the heart of Farragut.  Most folks will want to head to Turkey Creek for the best dining. There is plenty to choose from, everything from traditional southern pit barbecue at Dickey's to local seasonal fare at Season's Innovative Bar and Grille. If you are looking to unwind it is easy to find great local music as well as quick and appetizing bar fare at Water Into Wine or The Admirals Pub.  It won't take long for you to feel like part of the Farragut crew! 

If you need to stretch your legs or walk your four-legged pal Farragut has many parks and greenways in every quadrant of Town. Enjoy a walk or jog along the water of the Turkey Creek greenway or take the kids to Mayor Bob Leonard Park's playground. You can even get active at the largest ice-rink in the area, Cool Sports. 


You won't want to leave until you and your family have done some shopping in Turkey Creek. With over 200 stores you are sure to find something for every Vol fan in your group.

Farragut is the perfect home base to cheer on the Vols all season long.  We look forward to welcoming  you to Town during your visit.  

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Farragut/Concord History Comes to Life

The Town and the Farragut Museum recently commissioned award-winning filmmaker Keith McDaniel to create a film about the rich history of our area. The film,  enjoyed it's local premier in January, as Town Hall was filled with folks of all ages interested in learning more about our unique area. 

Movie clips are now being shown daily in the new Bill Dunlap gallery and the movie is available for purchase in the museum gift shop.  

A new special exhibit, "Hometown History: Concord and Farragut" is now on display which features artifacts and photos from our permanent collection that reflect the everyday lives of the people that have called this place home.

Stop by the Museum, located inside Town Hall, M-F 10am - 4:30pm and the third Sunday of each month from 1:30-3:30 to learn more about the unique history of the area.


The Town of Farragut is known around the state for it's high quality residential housing, top-notch schools, miles of greenways and beautiful parks and for great live and local music.  Within the 16.2 square miles that make up Farragut residents and visitors have a multitude of options for live music and fun with friends and family.


Brook Lawn Village Shopping Center in the heart of Farragut is home to The Admiral Pub, which features Free Music Fridays all year long as well as theme nights featuring trivia, bingo, darts and social runs weekly. There are plenty of choices with 20+ taps as well as wine and small bites. Nearby in West End Center you can stop by Echelon Bikes/Crafty Basterd West for a beer or a bike ride.  When the weather is nice you can enjoy their beautiful outdoor dog-friendly patio area.


 Further down Kingston Pike you will come to The Renaissance Center which is home to La Parilla Cantina and Mind Yer P's and Q's. oors down you will find a crafty neighborhood bar in P's & Q's.  Kick back & enjoy the rotating beer selection, wine, cocktails and expanded pub food menu. Sip back and enjoy the vibe while enjoying live music or karaoke with friends.  

In the heart of Farragut you will find Water Into Wine, here you will find a warm, cozy, social lounge and healthy eatery. Owner Candace Viox says, "We promote local small business relationships and love making connection opportunities for our local patrons. Our team offers the enjoyment of experiencing wine, cocktails, beer and a bourbon menu that will excite your palate. Our gourmet Chef prepares fresh, artisan food pairings in an inviting atmosphere located right off the interstate. We look forward to welcoming you soon! "

Wild Wing Cafe is a favorite spot to catch live music or the big game both inside and on their lakeside patio.  From kids eat free on Mondays to late night munchies Wild Wings can meet all your entertainment needs.  Farragut is also home to the CMA Nightclub of the Year, the Cotton Eyed Joe on Outlet Drive.  This Farragut mainstay has been entertaining patrons for over a decade and hosts concerts and other live entertainment all year long. 

The best way to stay connected to all of the fun around Farragut is to check the Event Calendar on our home page daily.



Follow @TownofFarragut on Facebook and Instagram for the latest events, discounts, and contests. Post your fun day or evening plan using #farragutfaves.