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Fall into Nashville

Posted on September 18, 2019

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Fall into Nashville 

by Jessica Chancey, MG Intern

The leaves are changing and the pumpkins are out, but the temperature still feels like it is the middle of July. Welcome to Fall in Nashville!! So grab your girl gang or your saucy significant other and get ready to make the most of this fall with all that Music City has to offer!

September 21-22
Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival

    This year’s Pilgrimage fest is headlined by The Foo Fighters, Keith Urban, The Killers. Located at the Park in Harlinsdale in Franklin, TN less than thirty minutes from downtown Nashville. The festival offers tons of different genres to satisfy every persons’ ears. To buy tickets or get more info, visit https://pilgrimagefestival.com.


October 11-12
Breakaway Music Festival

    The United State’s biggest traveling festival is coming to Nashville! Headliners include Future, Lil Baby, Kaskade, and Zeds Dead (not to mention all the artists in the silent disco). The two day festival will be held at the Fairgrounds, tickets can be found at https://www.tennessee.breakawayfestival.com.


October

Artober

    For the entire month of October, Nashville is celebrating the arts! There are hundreds of events in and around Nashville during the month to help celebrate the arts. For all of the events, visit https://www.visitmusiccity.com/things-to-do/events/artober.


Flea Market

    The Nashville Flea Market is open at the Fairgrounds every fourth weekend of the month from Friday to Sunday. Admission is always free and there is parking on site for just 5 dollars! In September, the dates are the 27th-29th and the theme is “Fall into Autumn”. In October, the dates are the 25th-27th and the theme is “Autumn Spectacular.”


October 5
Celebrate Nashville Cultural Festival

    Nashville is known for its music but it's also known for being a mixing bowl of cultures and peoples. Lets celebrate this beautiful mix of humanity with dance, music, food, and activities from around the world. To join this free celebration, go to http://celebratenashville.org.


October 26
Haunted Museum Storytelling Festival

 

    Get into spooky season with some haunted stories of Tennessee’s past. Located at the Tennessee State Museum, the festival travels through the exhibits in an interactive, family-friendly rendition of Tennessee’s history. For more information on the festival, go to https://tnmuseum.org/calendar-of-events/event/1453520.


October 10-13
Oktoberfest

    Come for the beer, stay for the food! Or vice versa! Nashville’s oktoberfest is more than just about the drinks, it also offers a variety of German-inspired of food and activities, including the state’s second largest 5k race, a parade, and the Dachshund Derby! Get more information about this free Nashville event at https://thenashvilleoktoberfest.com.

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