Kettlecorn will be just one type of tasty treat available during this weekend’s Iris Festival.

Eleven food vendors from throughout Tennessee, Virginia and Georgia will offer a wide variety of delicacies at the 24th annual Iris Festival May 19-20.

Food vendors and their offerings will include:

  • Temple of God Church, of Greeneville, with hamburgers, cheeseburgers, hot dogs, nachos and cheese, chili chips with cheese, loaded fries and cheese sticks;
  • T&C Concessions, of Stone Mountain, Georgia, with fried candy bars, fried pickles, funnel cakes and corn dogs;
  • European Delight, of Marietta, Georgia, with veggie wraps, Philly steak sandwiches, popcorn shrimp, wings, sausages, chicken nuggets and smoothies;
  • Freddy’s Frozen Custard & Steakburgers, of Johnson City, with patty melts, pickle chips and frozen custard cookies;
  • JD’s Roasted Corn & Taters, of Gate City, Virginia, with roasted corn on the cob and potatoes;
  • Creamy Cup, of Greeneville, with ice cream and frozen drinks;
  • Sno Biz, of Greeneville, with shaved ice, fresh-squeezed and frozen lemonade, cotton candy and hot fudge cakes;
  • Jones Family Kettlecorn, of Kingsport, with kettle corn;
  • Matt Williams, of New Tazwell, with gyros, kabobs, crab cakes, Greek salad, and rice pilaf;
  • D&B Concessions, of Jonesborough, with blooming onions, “crazy taters,” fried green tomatoes, funnel cakes and lemonade; and
  • Joe Bill’s Kitchen, of Unicoi, with barbecue pork and chicken sandwiches and “fixins’,” egg rolls, macaroni and cheese, smoked wings and smoked bologna.

Festival hours are Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday noon to 5 p.m.

Major Iris Festival sponsors are The Greeneville Sun, Parker Hannifin, Eastman Credit Union and Radio Greeneville.

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