FALL IN MUSIC CITY
The air is getting cooler. The colors are changing. The city is pulsing with great events going on this fall, offering a reason to celebrate the season. Enjoy!
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Fall packages are being designed with you in mind. Make your way to Nashville for a Fall Break to remember.
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We have Titans ticket & room packages available for all the home games! Book a Fall Football Getaway.
Just take a look at some of the exciting marathons happening this year. Nashville has it all this fall.
Keep that awesome mustache growing for the hairiest 5 K has come to Nashville. November 16, The Mo Run raises vital awareness and funds for men's health through their national charity, Movemeber. Join in the fun with family and friends.
Join Mayor Karl Dean's 5K Run/Walk on November 17th at Public Square Park in Downtown Nashville. Be part of the 5,000 Nashvillians who participate in Mayor Deans challenge to be more physically active.
Below is the list of special exhibits going on during the fall in Music City.
At the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum:
Check out some of the hot concerts playing Music City this fall.
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While Nashville has long been known for its expansive music scene, the talent and creativity of its culinary scene has recently put Nashville on the map. From Southern fare to haute cuisine to quite literally everything in between, Nashville's palate offers it all. With Fall festivals celebrating the food of Music City, and so many local restaurants shifting their menus to reflect the Fall bounty of ingredients, this season is an excellent time to explore Nashville's food scene.
Nashville's arts companies start their seasons in September and October.
The Nashville Symphonycelebrates their 2013/14 season with performances from Al Jarreau, Don Williams, Hugh Laurie, The Beach Boys, Chris Botti, Michael McDonald, The Irish Tenors, Roberta Flack, Ben Folds, Itzhak Perlman, Branford Marsalis and many more September-May.
The Nashville Opera presents The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, The Barber of Seville, and Otello in the season's lineup. Performances are held at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center October-April.
The Nashville Ballet's 2013/14 season includes Nashville's Nutcracker, Attitude, The Ben Folds Project, Carnival of the Animals, Tennessee Jack and the Kudzu Vine, and Emergence, are among the productions held at TPAC October-May.
The HCA/TriStar Broadway at TPAC series brings Broadway shows to the stage in Nashville. Jersey Boys, We Will Rock You, Ghost, Sister Act, Wicked, Million Dollar Quartet, and War Horse are on the bill through June.
Thanksgiving is a time for family, fun and togetherness. Nashville has a great landscape for all of it this Thanksgiving weekend. With a vibrant food scene, great shopping venues, and music around every corner, there is no reason not to visit Music City, this thanksgiving weekend. For a full list of events for Thanksgiving weekend click here.
Visit Music City This Fall!
With all of this going on - any time is a good time to visit Music City.
Book your Fall trip to Nashville today.
MAKE YOUR OWN FALL FUN
Stop by the Visitor Information Center in downtown Music City (in the glass tower of the Bridgestone Arena) where you can shop for souvenirs, get free maps and one-on-one assistance. Get your Music City Total Access Pass and see four attractions for one low price! Personalize your family vacation by letting everyone pick their top four choices from a list of 16 uniquely Nashville experiences.
For a complete list of events, take a look at our events calendar and see what's happening during your visit. There's always something going on!
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