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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Scarecrows and Pumpkins await at Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art September 22-October 31. Get spooked by more than 40 scarecrows set among the grounds and pick out the perfect pumpkin for the holiday.
Go from building to building, including the dairy, servants' quarters, mansion, carriage house, and cabin for the Community Trick-Or-Treat at Belle Meade Plantation October 28-November 22.
The bars on Demonbreun are celebrating with the Demonbreun Street Zombie Crawl on October 31. Enjoy $2 domestic drafts all night.
Need a pumpkin? Visit a pumpkin patch and pick your own. View area pumpkin patches.
Like mazes? Get lost in a corn maze. View area corn mazes.
Just take a look at some of the exciting events happening this year. Nashville has it all this fall.
Artober is a month-long celebration of the arts in Music City. Nearly 200 arts organizations offer special events in October, including visual and performing arts, music, crafts, film, and more.
Nashville Municipal Auditorium hosts the Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival November 3rd. Guests can enjoy 60 beers, 40 bourbons, a ton of bbq, live music, great contests, interesting seminars with distiller and pit masters, and more.
Check out some of the hot concerts playing Music City this fall.
Nashville's arts companies start their seasons in September and October.
The Tennessee Repertory Theatre is in full swing, with Clybourne Park at TPAC through September 22. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, A Christmas Story, Caberet, and The Columnist will also be presented October-May at TPAC.
The Nashville Symphony opens their 2012/13 season on September 7 at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center with Mahler's Eighth. Chris Isaak, Al Green, Beethoven's Fifth, Disney in Concert, Monterey Jazz Festival, and Jean Yves Thibaudet are among the performances this season September-June.
The Nashville Opera opens their season with Madame Butterfly on October 11. Cinderella, The Magic Flute, The Difficulty of Crossing a Field are in the season's lineup. Performances are held at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center October-April.
Sleeping Beauty is the first performance of the Nashville Ballet's 2012/13 season on October 19. Nashville's Nutcracker, Romeo & Juliet, and Senoritas y Toros, are among the productions held at TPAC October-May.
The HCA/TriStar Broadway at TPAC series brings Broadway shows to the stage in Nashville. Anything Goes is the first show, October 23. White Christmas, Catch Me If You Can, Traces, Peter Pan, American Idiot, Flashdance, Rock of Ages, and The Lion King are also on the bill through June.
With all of this going on - any time is a good time to visit Music City.
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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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