It's the yearly tractor and engine show that features hundreds of tractors, engines, crafts, and includes an antique flea market.
The event will also include food vendors, a lawn mower pull, demonstrations and farm games, according to Tri-State Antique Power Association president Terry Sensabaugh, who says this event takes him back to his childhood.
"If your father your grandfather had a farm, this will bring back memories of, for me setting tobacco and throwing hay on the wagon and you know. I worked inside my whole career in factories, this take me back to my teenage years,” said Sensabaugh.
The event runs until Sunday at the Appalachian Fairgrounds in Gray, TN. Admission is $5 and children 12 and under are admitted free.