Antique Tractor Show 2021

This past weekend, hundreds of tractor enthusiasts from all over Tennessee, Kentucky, Missouri, Arkansas and Mississippi loaded up their antique tractors to display at Discovery Park’s annual Antique Tractor Show. Over 200 tractors from various decades were showcased on the beautiful grounds of Discovery Park. Seeing the collectables from the early 1900s and hearing the stories behind the tractors is what makes this event unique.

On Friday night, guests were invited to gather in the Simmons Bank Ag Center for the free movie viewing of “SILO.” The movie showing was hosted by Tennessee Farm Bureau, Tennessee AgrAbility and the Tennessee Association of Rescue Squads.

On Saturday, thousands of guests joined us at Discovery Park for food trucks, live bluegrass music and a live tractor auction. Tractors were judged on several categories including Best in Show, Most Unique, Best Hit and Miss, Traveled Farthest and Best Garden Tractor. To end the show, tractors lined up for parade around the entire park as guests cheered on their favorites.

“This year’s Antique Tractor Show was larger than ever, with over 200 participants with antique tractors, garden tractors and hit & miss engines,” said Karl Johnson, a director at Discovery Park. “This event is my favorite of the year, and we plan to capitalize on the success of this year’s show to make the 2022 Antique Tractor Show bigger and better.”

Mark your calendars for the 2022 Antique Tractor Show that will be held on August 5 and 6.

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