The holiday season brings colder weather, joyful celebrations and mesmerizing decorations. There is no better way to get into the spirit than by attending events with family and friends in Middle Tennessee.
Join this years Grand Marshall, Kelly Clarkson, at the 2016 Nashville Christmas Parade on December 3rd starting at the intersection of 8th Ave and Broadway at 9am. This will be televised live on NEWS 2, WKRN-TN in Nashville.
The Tennessee Performing Arts Center will be hosting it’s first-ever Winter Holiday Marketplace on December 3rd. Come out to shop local artisans and vendors, enjoy specialty food and beverages, arts and crafts, and free photo opportunities with characters and props from the Nashville ballet. Happening at the War Memorial Auditorium from 4-10pm.
On December 9th, 10th and 17th at 8:30pm, come out to Fontanel and join Krista Marie and Damien Horne for en evening filled with Christmas spirit. Upon arrival, enjoy a glass of warm apple cider or chilled egg nog and grab some christmas cookies. Then sit back, relax, and enjoy the 90-minute show.
Bring your children and enjoy a nice breakfast with Santa at the Nashville Farmer’s Market on Saturday, December 10th at 10am to 12pm. City Farm Company will be serving a kid-friendly biscuit breakfast with fun toppings and fillings. There will be story time at 11:30am around the christmas tree in the Market House. Arrive early to snap a picture with Mr. Kris Kringle!
Come out for the largest christmas festival in Middle Tennessee, Dickens of Christmas in Franklin! On December 10th and 11th, walk Main Street with 200 dancers, musicians, and characters who will be re-creating the time of Charles Dickens. Come decked out in holiday attire for a great family picture and there will be snow!
- 32nd Annual Donelson Hermitage Christmas Parade
- Lebanon Christmas Parade
- Rudolph’s Red Nose Run
- Music City Winterfest
- Music City Bowl
- Nashville’s Nutcracker