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Ten #MyTupelo Photos We Loved in November

November in Tupelo came and went faster than anyone could say “pass the gravy.” We saw the unveiling of the long-awaited Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial Wall in Veteran’s Park, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats rocked Fairpark during the Back Porch Blues concert, and the leaves began to turn from green to beautiful reds, oranges, and […]

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14 Events To Help Get You Into the Christmas Spirit in Tupelo This Season!

Whether it’s the annual Reed’s Christmas Parade or where you can take your kids (or pets) to meet Santa, you’re sure to find something on this list to help you get into the Christmas spirit! 1. 69th Annual Reed’s Tupelo Christmas Parade, Dec. 1st It will be a “Community Christmas” for this year’s 69th Annual […]

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Ten #MyTupelo Photos We Loved in October

1. @DJournalnow  Steve Harvey came to town this month and had a great time at Healthworks. Here he can be seen performing some casual surgery with an audience full of interested kids.   2. @molliecdean This. This right here is the face of a child who knows he’s found the perfect pumpkin to take home […]

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5 Ways to Enjoy Fall in Tupelo!

1. Find your perfect pumpkin or navigate the corn maze at the Tupelo Buffalo Park Pumpkin Patch The Tupelo Buffalo Park’s annual Pumpkin Patch will be available all throughout the month of October. Pick your own pumpkin, enjoy the hayride, corn maze, face painting, small petting zoo, bounce houses, games, and so much more! Admission […]

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Ten #MyTupelo Photos We Loved in September

1. @twicker 77 What’s better than one dad grilling? THREE DADS GRILLING.   2. @kermitsoutlawkitchen Look at how beautiful that Butcher Burger is. That’s a work of art. Someone hang this photo in a museum, please. Drop by Kermit’s Outlaw Kitchen to try one for yourself, if you can manage to snap a picture of […]

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Ruffin’ It: These 2 Bulldogs Had the Best Day in Tupelo

Tupelo may be a small town in Northeast Mississippi compared to the likes of New York or Los Angeles, but we see all kinds of visitors from all over the world just the same. It’s not uncommon on any given day to run into a Japanese tourist inside Tupelo Hardware Co., a group of British […]

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10 #MyTupelo Photos We Loved in August

1. @___kruzzer___ You don’t have to have an Airstream to travel to the Elvis Presley Birthplace, but it sure looks cool when you roll up in one! 2. @anthony_teague Anthony Teague is a photographer who’s found himself on this blog before, and you can probably see why. This photo of the Natchez Trace Parkway is stunning. 3. […]

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We Don’t Know Anything About This Total Solar Eclipse, So We Asked A Weatherman

Here at the Tupelo CVB, we are well equipped to speak on a plethora of topics ranging from Elvis Presley’s favorite sandwich (peanut butter & banana, thank ya very much) to the number of hotel rooms we have in town (1,900). However, when it comes to astronomical events like the upcoming total solar eclipse Monday, […]

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10 #MyTupelo Photos We Loved in July

1. @onemississipp 2. @kermitsoutlawkitchen 3. @popsypopsicles 4. @strange2075 5. @rileymane 6. @xitsdelovelyx 7. @rob.lesley 8. @thefarmhousetupelo 9. @tupelobloggers 10. @downtowntupelo

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5 Summer Things To Do in Tupelo

1. Watch the fireworks in Ballard Park for July 4th Every Independence Day THE BIGGEST 4th of July celebration in North Mississippi takes place Ballard Park. With food vendors, music on the stage, inflatables for kids to play on and much more, this event is a great way to spend your day on July 4th […]

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