July 20th – Jackson Generals Baseball 

On July 20, catch the Jackson Generals, Seattle Mariner’s AA Affiliate, as they take on the Chattanooga Lookouts at Pringles Park. Pringles Park is a 6,000 seat Minor League Baseball stadium located in Jackson. Opened in 1998, it has been the friendly confines of the West Tenn Diamond Jaxx and is now home to the Jackson Generals. For more information visit www.jacksongeneralsbaseball.com or call 731.988.5299.



July 21st – Jackson Idol

Winning performers from area day camps will compete at The Civic Center in this citywide talent show in a final competition against each other to see who will become the next “Jackson Idol.” Talent must be limited to 3-4 minutes. Contestants will perform before a panel of judges and may perform music, dance, poetry, acting, solos , duets, etc. Winning parties will receive a trophy and plaque. Come and cheer for the contestants. Admission is free. For more information call 731.425.8398.



July 23rd – “Southern Nights” featuring Jason D. Williams

Enjoy live music this summer at Discovery Park of America. There will be tasty food, a beer & wine garden, and awesome live music. Guests are encouraged to bring their picnic blankets and lawn chairs for a fun night in a fun atmosphere! Tickets are only $10 and can be purchased online or by calling 731-885-5455. You can also purchase your tickets at the door on the night of the concert. Gates will open at 6:00 p.m. For more information call 731.885.5455 or visit www.discoveryparkofamerica.com.



July 23rd – Fifth Annual Toast of Jackson

Presented by The Jackson Exchange Club, the Toast of Jackson is a charitable event featuring 13 different wineries from across the state of Tennessee and a wide range of local artisans and regional craftspeople. SnagMob is a proud media partner of the Toast of Jackson and proceeds of this SnagMob deal will go directly to The Jackson Exchange Club.

Whether you’re a wine enthusiast, novice or simply a whiner, you’ll love the unique opportunity to sample the very best that Tennessee wineries have to offer, including favorites like Bean Creek Winery (Manchester), Century Farm (Jackson), Amber Falls Winery (Hampshire), Delta Blues Winery (Lakeland), de terra (Somerville) and more. If you can’t get enough of that regional Merlot or Muscadine, stock your cellar by purchasing bottles or cases of your favorites to take home.

For $35, you receive two tickets to the Toast of Jackson, a Fine Wine and Art Festival ($50 value at the door) held on Saturday, July 23, 2016, from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the friendly and air conditioned confines of the Jackson Fairgrounds. Click here to purchase.