Nashville's 2014 New Year's Eve Fun Facts
- Nashville offers the best 'bash' for your buck!
This town loves a good party, and all at a great value. Nashville throws one of the biggest New Year's Eve celebrations in the country with a full evening of FREE live music, fireworks and Music City's own midnight Music Note Drop®.
- Where else would you see a Music Note Drop®?
Nashville's 'Bash on Broadway' event is the ONLY place you can ring in to the New Year with the drop of a 15-foot-tall red music note covered in more than 150 feet of LED lights from a 125-foot structure. The Music Note Drop® will trigger a fireworks display and major confetti cannons as it reaches the midnight mark.
- Shine Bright.
More than 420 light bulbs are used in the '2015' sign that will grace the stage.
- It's a family affair.
Music City offers New Year’s Eve fun for the whole family. Nashville’s youngest revelers can celebrate earlier in the night with a raising of the Music Note.
- Confetti Cannons.
More than 20 pounds of confetti will rain down on the New Year's Eve crowd at midnight.
- Behind the Scenes.
More than 100 crew members work over the course of four days to construct the stage, sound, lights and video.
- Ring in the New Year with FIVE days of festivities!
Nashville provides four consecutive days of entertainment offerings for visitors. The festivities kick off Saturday, December 27, when the NHL Nashville Predators play the Philadelphia Flyers at Bridgestone Arena. On Sunday, December 28, the Titans play the Colts at LP Field. MusicFest and Battle of the Bands take over Lower Broadway on December 29. Visitors can enjoy this Music City Bowl pre-game event featuring bands from the LSU and Notre Dame. The Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl follows on Tuesday, December 30, at 2pm at LP Field. The main event takes place on Wednesday, December 31: the Jack Daniel's Bash on Broadway free street party and concert.
- Light up the Night.
Pyrotechnics will be used for a special occasion as the Music Note is raised earlier in the night. The midnight fireworks show promises to be the biggest and best ever this year, as the sky will burst into colors from various locations downtown.
- In the News.
While the NYE 'Bash on Broadway' is only in its 6th year, it has already received national and international media coverage from the likes of National Geographic, Men's Journal, Sherman's Travel, CNN, Quantas Travel Insider (Australia), Southwest Airlines blog, Bing.com, Southern Living, Huffington Post, Self magazine, and much more.
- Toast, Boast, and Post!
Each year we take a second during the show and do a thing called the Toast, Boast, and Post. A moment when everyone takes out their phones. Holds them up. Takes a picture. Then posts on social media for all to see.
Don't forget to check out our 99 reasons you need to be in Nashville for New Year's Eve. Everything from the fireworks to the price (FREE).