7 Fun Things to Do this Fall in Nashville
Fall is officially here and with it a plethora of fun Nashville activities. Whether you enjoy music, outdoor activities, films, food, or drinks, this city has something to offer you. Below are 7 things you can do in Nashville this fall!
- Attend a Music Festival
If there’s one thing that’s never lacking from Nashville, it’s good music! This Fall, there are various music festivals planned out, so check one or more of them out. The Nashville Library Courtyard Concert Series, September Sundown by Musicians Corner, Full Moon Pickin’ Party, and Jazzmania are just a few of the options.
- THE GLOW: A Pumpkin Wonderland
Is it truly Fall if you don’t engage in something pumpkin-like? The GLOW is a month-long attraction held from Thursdays to Sundays at Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage. Here you’ll find jack o’ lanterns, a pumpkin patch, live carving events, and more pumpkin-related activities.
- Attend the Nashville Film Festival
This year’s Film Festival will take place October 3rd to October 12th at the Regal Hollywood Stadium. Over 200 films will be projected and tickets are only $15!
- Go to the Nashville Oktoberfest
If you’re a fan of beer and sausages, this is an activity for you. This free event will take place on October 10th to the 13th in Nashville’s Germantown neighborhood.
- Take Some Friends to the Whiskey, Wine & Cider Festival
This is the perfect event for food and whiskey aficionados. The event will take place on October 1st in the evening and guests will be able to have dinner and taste over 20 different whiskeys, wines, and ciders.
- Attend the Nashville Cultural Fest
This year’s annual Celebrate Nashville Cultural Festival will be held on October 5 at Centennial Park. The event celebrates the various cultures that are part of the Nashville community with international-inspired food vendors, performances, handcrafted items, and more.
- Kidsville Family Festival
If you’re a parent, then this is a great opportunity to spend some fun family time. Kidsville Family Festival will take place on September 21st in Centennial Park and activities include a storybook parade, plenty of inflatables, lots of music, food, crafts, and more.
With so many things going on if you’re in need of a place to sit down and get to work, stop by!