Music City New Year's Eve Bash on Broadway
Ring in the new year and rock out the old with Music City and thousands of your closest friends at Nashville’s New Year’s Eve party on Lower Broadway. Bring your party hats. Make some noise. Count down to the fireworks and midnight "Music Note Drop®"! #NashvilleNYE
Of the 2013 event:
“This year is going to be very special on New Year’s Eve,” says Hank Williams Jr. “December 31st will mark the 60th anniversary of daddy’s death. For years, I have not performed on New Year’s Eve in honor of my father, but this year is a monumental year in the history of Hank Williams. If daddy would have lived, he would have been 90 years old this year. I hope Music City is ready to boogie woogie, because Bocephus is going bring the party to Nashville.”
The show, which is free to the public, takes place on Lower Broadway between 1st and 5th avenues on New Year's Eve. The 2013 show was once again be emceed by Storme Warren, host of Great American Country's Headline Country and Sirius XM Radio personality. Revelers attending the festivities count down to the New Year as a 15-foot-tall red "Music Note Drop®," drops slowly from a 115-foot structure. The "Music Note Drop®" triggers a fireworks display and confetti cannons as it reaches the midnight mark.