New This Year in Nashville

Discover what's new in Nashville for 2024.

Anniversaries & Milestones | Events to Attend | Food to EatThings to Do | Places to Stay | Ways to Get Here

Nashville has been busy creating more music, food, and fashion. We have more hotels, restaurants, and attractions too! Simply put, we grow and get better each year. So, come experience all of Nashville's new offerings!

Things to Do
New Experiences
  • Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum
    Explore new exhibits like Eric Church: Country Heart, Restless Soul, American Currents: State of the Music, and more.
  • Friends in Low Places
    The three-story honky-tonk bar owned by Garth Brooks with 40,000 square feet has nonstop live music on each floor for patrons.
  • Frist Art Museum
    Explore new exhibits like Afrofuteristic Visions: Dreamscapes of Sicasso (August 11, 2023-July 28, 2024), The Power of Resilience (August 25,  2023-April 1, 2024), and more.
  • Nashville Live!
    Nashville Live! is Nashville's NEWEST premier entertainment district for dining, live music, unparalleled nightlife, and events. Nashville Live! features nationally acclaimed venues like DraftKings Sports & Social, PBR Cowboy Bar, and AVA Rooftop Bar, with more to come in 2024.
  • Nashville Zoo
    Nashville Zoo welcomed three critically endangered Sumatran tiger cubs on October 20, 2023. Following a public voting contest, the cubs were named Bulan, Zara, and Kiran, which raised $8,000 for the Tiger Conservation Fund. They are expected to venture outside in the Tiger Crossroads habitat in Spring 2024.
  • Puttshack
    Head over to the Gulch to play tech-infused mini golf at Puttshack. The 28,000-square-foot entertainment venue also has live music, DJs on weekends, a full-service restaurant, and two new bars.
  • Riverside Revival
    Take in a concert at Riverside Revival, a new world-class music and event venue in East Nashville.
  • Song Suffragettes
    Every Monday night, catch a show by the only all-female country music singer-songwriter showcase, Song Suffragettes, at The Listening Room Café.
  • Tanger Outlets Nashville
    Nashville’s highly anticipated new shopping destination, Tanger Outlets Nashville, opened in Antioch in October 2023. The open-air shopping center has 290,000 square feet of shopping and dining across seven buildings.
  • The Ariston
    Experience delectable cocktails, fine spirits, and premium cigars in the heart of downtown Nashville at The Ariston.

Upcoming Experiences
  • Bon Jovi
    Bon Jovi’s venue will feature five floors, with two outdoor rooftop decks on the fifth floor within the 35,000-square-foot property. The bar will address both Broadway and Fourth Avenue South with its design. Read more from Nashville Eater.
  • Cannery Hall
    The newly renovated Cannery Hall will be one of the largest independent music venues in Nashville, featuring three stages, state-of-the-art lighting and sound systems, new food and beverage menus, and more. The venue will open its doors to various musical tastes, such as rock, Pop, Country, EDM, Hip Hop, R&B, Jam, House, Disco, Grunge, Soul, Trap, Classical Guitar, and more.
  • Cheekwood Estate & Gardens
    Walk through the imaginative exhibition, Trolls: Save the Humans, at Cheekwood Estate & Gardens this summer. Six gigantic sculptural trolls ranging in size from 16 feet tall to 24 feet long will be on display by recycle artist Thomas Dambo.
  • Chief's on Broadway
    Eric Church’s venue, “Chief’s” is a state-of-the-art six-story property that will feature a two-story seated music venue within the bar that is able to host ticketed live events. The venue will also have a made-for-live broadcasting studio that will include Church’s Outsiders Radio SiriusXM channel, capable of hosting broadcasts by various media partners. On the culinary spectrum, Church has partnered with James Beard Award-winning pitmaster and BBQ chef Rodney Scott for the bar’s food program.
  • Frist Art Museum
    Exhibits opening soon include Carving a New Tradition: The Art of LaToya M. Hobbs (January 25-April 21), Southern/Modern Rediscovering Art from the First Half of the Twentieth Century (January 26-April 21), and more.
  • Luke Combs
    Combs has partnered with Opry Entertainment group to open his entertainment complex, which is inspired by his platinum hit “Hurricane” and will be 69,000 square feet. The venue will include a concert footprint with a capacity of 1,500 guests for ticketed events to go along with the 9,000-square-foot rooftop. The three levels of the interior of the building will be influenced by Combs’ songs, lifestyle, and interests. Read more from The Tennessean.
  • Nashville Yards
    A new 19-acre entertainment mixed-use complex that will open in phases throughout 2024—boasts a 4,500-capacity concert hall scheduled to open at the end of 2024. The property will also offer a curated collection of food, beverage, and shopping options that span over 350,000 square feet across the complex, and an upscale urban 12-screen cinema built on-site. Included in the project will be over seven acres of open plaza and green space for patrons to enjoy and experience.
  • Nashville Zoo
    Nashville Zoo is a leader in education, conservation, and recreation in Middle Tennessee and is growing wild into the future with new expansions and features. Construction has started on a massive parking garage that, upon completion, will increase our parking capacity by 62% in 2024. Also opening in 2024 is a Leopard Forest that will be located along the path to the existing giraffe habitat. Read more about it from the Nashville Zoo.
  • Old Glory Distilling Co
    Book a tour at Old Glory Distilling Co. and learn about the art of hand-crafting spirits. The small batch artisan distillery is complete with bourbon, whiskey, gin, vodka, and moonshine.
  • OZ Arts Nashville
    Shamel Pitts will deliver a visionary production that transports audiences across space and time into an Afrofuturist dimension at OZ Arts Nashville on February 2-3. A trio of Black performers will share the stage for BLACK HOLE – Trilogy and Triathlon.
  • PopStroke
    Tiger Woods' popular family-friendly golfing and dining concept is coming to the new Century Farms development in Antioch in 2024.
  • Tennessee Tulip Festival
    Lucky Ladd Farms is set to host the largest tulip display in the southeastern United States this Spring with over 100 different varieties of tulips and nearly 700,000 bulbs. Estimated bloom dates are mid-March to mid-April.
  • Whiskey Trail Tours
    Create your own Nashville whiskey tour and ride in style as you see the city of Nashville. Choose the vehicle that fits your group, decide your top distilleries, and Tennessee Whiskey Trail Tours will take care of the rest.
Food to Eat
New to the Food Scene

March 2024

  • AVA Rooftop Bar
    An elevated rooftop experience in Downtown Nashville with craft cocktails, wine, and Mediterranean-inspired small places.
  • Brotherly Love Cheesesteaks
    Nashvillian John Hoffman owns Brotherly Love, which focuses on Philadelphia-style cheesesteaks. This is Hoffman’s first Brotherly Love, a new eatery in the Silo Studios building in The Nations
  • Chief's
    Eric Church's six-story Lower Broadway bar features an intimate, seated live music venue and a whole hog barbecue restaurant on the rooftop, serving meats from pitmaster and James Beard Award-winner Rodney Scott.
  • Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky-Tonk
    Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood have opened a new Downtown restaurant, Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky-Tonk.
  • PlayDate
    A new upscale restaurant and bar in the 12South area with ample outdoor seating and premium drinks.
  • Taco Bamba
    Chef Victor Albisu, a James Beard-nominated chef based in the Washington, D.C. metro area, has opened Taco Bamba’s first Nashville location in Green Hills.
  • The Finch Grill & Raw Bar
    The team behind Harper's Steakhouse has launched its 3rd restaurant concept in Nashville, located in the historic Union Station complex.
  • The Rux
    Perched atop the Cambria Midtown Hotel, this rooftop restaurant and bar offers all sorts of delicious shareable plates to snack on.
  • The Study
    A wall-to-wall bar space featuring intimate booths and library-inspired details, located in Sobro.

February 2024

  • Afro XYZ
    This new Afro-fusion restaurant has introduced African fare to Marathon Village.
  • Cocorico French Bakery & Cafe
    Elodie Habert brings authentic French baked goods and cuisine to the Midtown neighborhood.
  • January at Southall Farm & Inn
    Southall’s signature restaurant, January, brings the spirit of our pursuits across the farm together
  • Limo Peruvian eatery
    Authentic Peruvian cuisine in the heart of East Nashville, featuring Chef Marcio Florez's culinary signature and Mauricio Sulay's expertise.
  • Salento Italia
    Donelson has a cozy new neighborhood Italian joint with nods to Greek cuisine. Introducing Salento Italia, the latest concept from the sibling team behind Greko, Darfons, and Southside Grill.
  • Sora
    Nashville's highest and newest sushi dining experience is now at Skye Lounge atop the Sheraton Hotel. Local Chef Art Insyxiengmay will prepare fresh and creative sushi offerings in this iconic fixture of the Nashville skyline.
  • SusieCakes
    A female-owned, all-American bakery offers classic desserts made entirely from scratch using simple, natural ingredients.
  • The Restaurant at W Nashville
    In place of Andrew Carmellini's The Dutch is now The Restaurant at W Nashville, which serves classic American cuisine with regional and local flavors.
  • Upbeet
    An Atlanta-based counter-serve fast-casual concept offering vegetarian and organic-focused grain bowls and smoothies is now open in the Gulch.

January 2024

  • Bad Luck Burger Club
    The beloved Bad Luck Burger Club Smashburger food truck has found a permanent location at Honeytree Meadery in East Nashville
  • Benji's Bagel & Coffee House
    Owned by husband-and-wife duo Becca and Niko Bendaj, at Benji's Bagel & Coffee House, guests can choose from bagel and schmear flavors, pastries, and coffee or tea options.
  • BetMGM Sports Lounge Restaurant & Bar
    BetMGM Sports Lounge Restaurant & Bar is now open at Bridgestone Arena, bringing all the fun and energy of Broadway.
  • Bungalow10
    A vibe dining restaurant featuring globally inspired cuisine in Hillsboro Village.
  • Glasshaüs
    Part café, part glassblowing studio, and part event venue, this spot is a unique experience.
  • Jar Cocktail Club
    A speakeasy-style cocktail club in Hillsboro Village featuring craft cocktails, a small bites menu, and a lineup of live DJs.
  • Pie Town Tacos
    Fast-casual taco joint Pie Town Tacos opened its second location on Woodland Street in East Nashville.
  • Neighborlily
    A community-oriented flower, coffee, and tea shop nestled in the heart of historic Germantown.
  • Neighbors
    The Gulch is the newest locale for the bar and restaurant’s fourth eatery. Ramone's Oyster Bar & Citrus Club Wedgewood-Houston's first rooftop bar with oysters, cocktails, and more is at Mercado by Butchertown.
  • Ramone's Oyster Bar & Citrus Club
    Wedgewood-Houston's first rooftop bar with oysters, cocktails, and more is at Mercado by Butchertown.

December 2023

  • Bagelshop
    Kayla Palmer and Max Palmer opened up a new bagel shop in Donelson, serving hand-rolled, kettle-boiled bagels made fresh every day.
  • Barrel Proof
    Barrel Proof, a New Orleans staple, opened its first out-of-state location, serving up smash burgers and craft cocktails.

November 2023

  • The Amsterdamian
    Owner Martin Terporten, a native of the Netherlands, opened a cocktail-centric East Nashville spot serving a select menu of favorites such as fondue, bruschetta, and dessert.
  • Barrel Proof
    This neighborhood bar in New Orleans has opened a Nashville location in Germantown.
  • Burger + Grain
    The Nations’ newest culinary open-kitchen concept opened with a menu filled with fresh, local ingredients.
  • Café Momentum
    Award-winning restaurant and culinary training facility for justice-impacted youth is open.
  • Cherries
    Cherries is Dickerson Pike’s newest go-to, with an outdoor courtyard to enjoy boozy frozen drinks, cold beer, and a selection of bites from the wood-fired grill.
  • Friends In Low Places
    Garth Brooks opened a bar on Lower Broadway featuring three floors, live music stages, and multiple bars.
  • Mercado by Butchertown
    The Wedgewood-Houston neighborhood just gained another culinary adventure with Mercado by Butchertown - affiliation with Butchertown Hall. Enjoy fresh oysters in the raw bar or Butchertown favorites like queso and oak-smoked brisket.
  • Puttshack
    Ideally situated in The Gulch near Pins Mechanical, Puttshack is an upscale, tech-infused mini golf experience with neon lights, beer pong, and an extensive menu featuring everything from lamb skewers and Thai octopus to chorizo and cheese empanadas or Korean BBQ bao buns.
  • Retrograde Coffee + The Bar at Retrograde
    With a new storefront in historic City Heights, Retrograde Coffee delivers a cozy neighborhood coffee stop.

October 2023

  • Bad Idea
    Bad Idea, a wine-forward restaurant from sommelier Alex Burch, is open in East Nashville.
  • Bar Continental
    Taking over the space once occupied by Chef Brock’s former concept, The Continental, Bar Continental is a cozy record bar and lounge where you can sip on classic cocktails and savor a rotating selection of seafood-driven bites.
  • Blind Barber
    A barbershop by day and cocktail lounge by night opened in South Gulch.
  • Joe Muer Seafood
    Detroit-based Joe Vicari Restaurant Group opened Joe Muer Seafood at Capitol View in the North Gulch in late 2023.
  • Grandpa Bar
    This coffee and cocktail bar is Marathon Village’s newest spot for caffeine and signature libations.
  • Sabell's
    Located in a colorful 1930s bungalow, this new 21-and-over taverna offers mezze plates, a full bar, and a great patio in East Nashville.
  • Schulman's
    Named after David “Skull” Schulman, who pioneered Nashville’s dive bar scene with Skull’s Rainbow Room, Schulman’s is an unpretentious neighborhood joint with vintage signs, leather barstools, and a no-fuss menu that includes fried pickles, a fried bologna sandwich, and a pastrami dip.
  • SweetMilk
    Pat Martin of Hugh Baby’s recently opened the doors on his new independent venture, SweetMilk. Based on the traditional Southern fare his grandmother used to make, the menu serves breakfast and lunch favorites such as scratch-made biscuits, mill-ground grits, pancakes with hickory syrup, cast-iron fried chicken, and country-fried steak.
  • Tiger Bar
    Tiger Bar has taken over 2909 B Gallatin Pike in East Nashville. The bar offers a menu of classic cocktails from the 1930s era.

September 2023

  • Black Market Bar and Grill
    Hailing from Birmingham, Alabama, owner George Cowgil has brought the Black Market to Printer’s Alley.
  • Evelyn'a at the Hutton Hotel
    Located on the ground floor of the iconic Hutton Hotel, Evelyn’s is a love letter to classic Americana — nostalgic recipes expressed in unique, modern ways.
  • The Iberian Pig
    Coming from Atlanta, The Iberian Pig Nashville delivers some seriously delicious Spanish-style tapas and charcuterie board to the Gulch neighborhood.
  • Sports & Social
    A one-of-a-kind sports bar at The Mall at Green Hills boasts a 33-foot LED media wall and 20+ HDTVs, making it the next best thing to watch the game at the stadium.
  • World of Beer
    World of Beer in Midtown offers more than just what’s on tap, from giant Bavarian pretzels to flatbreads, burgers, and char-grilled shrimp

August 2023

  • Harper's Steakhouse
    Milkshake Concepts, an experiential hospitality group making significant long-term investments to bring memorable hospitality experiences to Nashville, has officially opened its next Music City destination: Harper’s Steakhouse.
  • Pelato
    An Italian concept by two New York City restaurateurs opened in Germantown.

July 2023

  • Iggy’s
    Italian-inspired restaurant and wine bar centered around fresh pasta in Wedgewood-Houston.

June 2023

  • Ophelia’s Pizza + Bar
    Italian-inspired cuisine created by Chef Partners Jamie Lynch and Adam Hodgson utilizing imported Italian ingredients as well as local Nashville products in the heart of Downtown.
  • Present Tense
    Co-owned and operated by Michelin-starred restaurant veterans Rick Margaritov and Ryan Costanza, Present Tense brings Southeast Asian dishes and sake to Wedgewood-Houston.
  • Marble Fox Brewing Company
    From beer tastings and food pairings to live music and trivia nights, there’s always something going on at this brewery.

May 2023

  • Heirloom Rooftop Nashville
    The heirloom on the hotel's top floor offers breathtaking panoramic views of Music City and a chef-curated menu of Southern tapas, cocktails, and mocktails.
  • St. Vito Focacciaria
    Nashville-based sfincione pizza and Sicilian street food concepts are open in the Gulch.
  • Black Tap Craft Burger and Beer
    With award-winning burgers, iconic Crazyshake® milkshakes, and downtown NYC vibes, Black Tap puts a southern spin on its menu while adding new locally-inspired offerings.
  • Riviere
    Offering a fresh, modern menu atop the Four Seasons Hotel.
  • Hero Doughnuts and Buns
    Hero started as a pop-up shop and has since opened a location in Sylvan Heights.

April 2023

  • Bills Sandwich Palace
    A small batch, regionally inspired sandwich shop with a rotating menu.
  • Hand Cut Nashville
    Finest chops, burgers, pasta, and more using modern recipes and quality ingredients with a full mixology bar and world-class wine list.
  • Salt Grass Steakhouse
    An open-campfire style steakhouse with Shiner Bock beer bread made from scratch daily to Certified Angus Beef® steaks chargrilled to perfection opened in Opryland.

March 2023

  • Hearts
    An all-day, Australian-inspired breakfast, brunch, and lunch spot in 12South featuring all your breakfast favorites plus some unique and exciting dishes inspired by the Melbourne cafe culture.
  • Kisser
    A casual daytime restaurant serving Japanese comfort food located in East Nashville's Highland Yards.
  • Noko
    Asian-inspired, wood-fired restaurant influenced by the wanderlust and simplicity of the region, nestled in the heart of East Nashville.
  • Streetcar Taps and Garden
    Chef Carter Hach serves seasonal menus, beer, wine, and cocktails in a turn-of-the-century brick building that once housed West Nashville's first grocery.
  • Teddy’s Tavern
    A locally-founded bar and restaurant aimed at bringing some of the old to new Nashville.
  • Velvet Taco
    A one-of-a-kind taco concept serving premium food in a unique & funky fast-casual setting opened in East Nashville.
Coming to the Food Scene

Spring 2024

  • Back 40 Nashville
    Downtown's UBS Tower is slated for a restaurant in a ground-floor space next to Jeff Ruby’s. Back 40 Nashville will offer modern American cuisine with a “Southern twist” and is slated to open in spring 2024 at 315 Deaderick St.
  • Barracuda Taco Stand
    Based in New Orleans, Barracuda Taco Stand will take Silo Studios' outdoor amenity space in early 2024. Read more from the Nashville Post.
  • Fancypants
    An Honest to Goodness Hospitality concept is opening at 917 Dickerson Pike in East Nashville in early 2024. Led by chef Weaver, the kitchen will offer a unique grid-style menu that features a seasonal tasting of dishes that can be mixed and matched, shared or not. Read more from Nashville Lifestyles.
  • Fishmonger
    Atlanta-based seafood-focused spot has plans to open two Nashville locations in the spring of 2024. Read more from Nashville Eater.
  • Fogg Street Lawn Club
    A multilevel entertainment venue with rooftop British lawn bowling and a rugby and soccer pub is opening in downtown Nashville in the spring of 2024. Read more from Nashville Business Journal.
  • Good People Brewing Company
    Birmingham-based Good People Brewing Company will open in East Nashville's Cleveland Park neighborhood. The taproom will offer a small brewing component at the historic McGavock House, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Read more from the Nashville Post.
  • Momotaro
    Opening soon in Wedgewood-Houston, this modern Japanese restaurant will use local ingredients and traditional methods. Read more from the Nashville Scene.
  • Pastis
    The famed New York City bistro from Keith McNally will open soon next to Soho House Nashville. Read more from Nashville Business Journal.

Summer 2024

  • The Henry
    Phoenix-based restaurateur Sam Fox is bringing another restaurant to Nashville, this time to 12South. The Henry will add an American-based all-day option to the growing neighborhood. Read more from Nashville Business Journal.
  • Odie's
    Old Dominion is bringing a new bar to Nashville's Midtown neighborhood in the summer of 2024. Read more from Country Music Television.
  • Saffire
    Longtime Nashville restaurateur Tom Morales will reopen Saffire at The Factory at Franklin in 2024. Guests can expect a wood-fired grill and classics, like steak biscuits, gumbo oyster bar, smoked prime rib, and new items. Read more from Nashville Business Journal.

Fall 2024

  • Paris Baguette
    Sisters Hanna Chen and Kate Lee are bringing a piece of their South Korean childhood to the Gulch in the fall of 2024. Read more from Nashville Eater.

Winter 2024

  • Andiamo Presto
    Detroit-based Joe Vicari Restaurant Group announced it will open Andiamo Presto at Capitol View in the North Gulch in late 2024. Read more from the Nashville Post.
  • Masero
    One of Dallas' top-rated Tex-Mex restaurants is coming to Nashville's 12South neighborhood sometime in 2024. Read more from Nashville Business Journal.
  • Philippe Chow
    Philippe Chow, the upscale Beijing-style restaurant founded in New York City, announced its forthcoming Nashville location will join the lineup of restaurants and entertainment spaces at the historic Cummins Station near downtown sometime in 2024. The restaurant will be neighbors with Pullman Standard Cocktail Lounge, The Gibson Garage, The Finch Grill & Raw Bar, and Cannery Hall at 209 10th Ave.
  • Urban Cowboy Public House
    The owners of New York-based boutique hospitality brand Urban Cowboy Hotels will open a restaurant and bar in the downtown Arcade in 2024. Read more from the Nashville Scene.

Coming in 2025

  • Ocean Prime
    Columbus-based Cameron Mitchell Restaurants is planning its first Nashville restaurant. Ocean Prime will open in 10,000 square feet at the Nashville Yards project in 2025, marking the brand's 21st location. Read more from Nashville Business Journal.
  • Fogo de Chao
    A Brazilian Steakhouse offering skewered meats carved tableside is coming to Nashville Yards in 2025. Read more from the Tennessean.
  • Oak by Tabu
    A California restaurateur, Jeff Chon, is bringing a new Japanese restaurant to downtown Nashville. Oak by Tabu will open in SoBro at 534 Sixth Ave. S., on the ground floor of the Sentral apartment complex. Read more from Nashville Business Journal.
Places to Stay
New Hotels

New hotels include:

  • Tempo by Hilton Nashville Downtown Nashville Yards
    (opened February 2024)
    127 Rosa L Parks Boulevard
    A full-service upscale hotel with 306 rooms opened with 9,749 square feet in Downtown Nashville.
  • Hilton BNA International
    (opened January 2024)
    1 Terminal Drive
    Nashville's International Airport (BNA) added a new full-service hotel with 298 rooms.
  • Cambria Hotel
    (opened December 2023)
    1612 Church Street
    A full-service hotel with 159 rooms is now open in downtown Nashville.
  • Hyatt Place Green Hills
    (opened December 2023)
    3818 Bedford Avenue
    The Green Hills neighborhood has a new full-service hotel with 129 rooms.
  • Motif on Music Row
    (opened December 2023)
    50 Music Sq W
    This 133-room upscale hotel is now open in Midtown.
  • aloft Nashville Airport
    (opened March 2023)
    608 McGavock Pike
    A full-service hotel is now open with 100 rooms.
Hotels Opening Soon

In 2024, hotels opening include:

  • Residence Inn MetroCenter
    251 Venture Cir
    Coming to MetroCenter in March 2024, an upscale Residence Inn will open with 124 rooms.
  • The Printing House (Tapestry Collection by Hilton)
    501 3rd Avenue South
    A full-service upscale hotel coming to Downtown Nashville will open in May 2024 with 180 rooms.
  • Canopy by Hilton Downtown
    920 Division Street
    The Gulch will welcome an upper upscale 181-room full-service hotel in July 2024.
  • Homewood Suites by Hilton Nashville Downtown the Gulch
    610 Overton St
    A 152-room, full-service hotel will open in July 2024.
  • Hilton Garden Inn Nashville Opryland
    2500 Music Valley Drive
    Come April 2025, an upscale hotel will open with 120 rooms.
  • Caption by Hyatt Nashville
    118 12th Avenue South
    The Gulch will see a new upscale hotel with 210 rooms open in January 2026.
  • Tempo by Hilton Nashville Midtown
    110 20th Avenue North
    A full-service upscale hotel with 161 rooms will open in Midtown Nashville in June 2026.
Events to Attend
Current Events
  • Spring in Nashville
    The longer days that come with spring mean more time for fun in Music City. The temperatures start to warm up, and the sun stays out a bit longer, making this the perfect time to visit Nashville. Whether coming with family or friends, prepare for an unforgettable spring break in Music City.
  • Cheekwood in Bloom
    This year, impressions of France are brought to life with 250,000 blooming bulbs in cheerful pastel colors. Just as the exploration into Edgar Degas through works on paper are on view in the museum, Belles Fleurs comes alive in the Color Garden with a nod to classical French garden design.
Upcoming Events
  • Premier League Mornings Live
    The Premier League Mornings Live fan festival is coming to Lower Broadway and Riverfront Park on April 6-7, 2024. The FREE two-day fan festival will feature the Premier League trophy, club mascots, and many family-friendly, interactive activities.
  • CMA Fest
    Get ready for incredible live performances, meet & greets, exclusive artist experiences, and more come June 6-9, 2024! Hundreds of artists perform for free to help fund the CMA Foundation's mission of enriching music education programs nationwide. By attending CMA Fest, you are helping the CMA Foundation work to ensure every child, no matter their situation, has an opportunity to participate in music education.
  • Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th
    Celebrate Independence Day 2024 during the FREE Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th event in Downtown Nashville. This Fourth of July featured one of the largest fireworks shows in the country, with the pyrotechnics synchronized to a live performance by the GRAMMY-winning Nashville Symphony.
  • NTT Indycar Series
    Fasten your seatbelts on September 13-15, 2024, because the 2024 NTT INDYCAR SERIES finale will take place for the first time on Lower Broadway with a 2.17 mile, seven-turn track running across the iconic Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge and through Honky Tonk Highway where a champion will be crowned. The event will be televised on NBC and streamed on Peacock.
Ways to Get Here
New Ways to Travel

The Nashville Airport (BNA) has announced new nonstop flights:

New nonstop flights include:

  • Allegiant Air
    Fort Lauderdale, Florida (began November 16, 2023)
  • American Airlines
    Cancun, Mexico (began December 9, 2023)
  • Pacific Airlines
    Ontario, California (began November 17, 2023)
  • Southwest
    Islip, New York (began September 10, 2023)
    Omaha, Nebraska (began September 10, 2023)
  • Spirit Airlines
    Miami, Florida (began September 7, 2023)
    Boston, Massachusetts (began September 7, 2023)

The Nashville Airport (BNA)
Major renovations included three six-story terminal garages, an on-site hotel, a spacious terminal lobby, expanded ticketing and baggage areas, additional security screening lanes, a new concourse, retail, and dining, additional airline gates, state-of-the-art International arrivals facility, and a future multi-modal transit connector.

Upcoming Ways to Travel
  • Alaska Airlines
    Portland, Oregon (starting March 14, 2024)
  • Allegiant Airlines
    Chicago, Illinois (starting May 16, 2024)
  • Frontier Airlines
    Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas (starting April 21, 2024)
    Chicago, Illinois (starting May 16, 2024)
  • Southwest Airlines
    Grand Rapids, Michigan (starting June 8, 2024)

The Nashville Airport (BNA)
Currently undergoing major renovations that include plans for three six-story terminal garages, an on-site hotel, a spacious terminal lobby, expanded ticketing and baggage areas, additional security screening lanes, a new concourse, retail, and dining, additional airline gates, state-of-the-art International arrivals facility, and a future multi-modal transit connector.

Anniversaries & Milestones to Celebrate

While we're excited to welcome new things, we're also honored to celebrate several major anniversaries including:

Historic Travellers Rest | 225th
Historic Travellers Rest

Historic Travellers Rest is celebrating its 225th year as the oldest historic house open to the public in Nashville. Originally built by John Overton in 1779, Overton obtained an appointment from President George Washington to become Supervisor of the Revenue for the District of Tennessee and later became a traveling circuit court judge. Through Overton’s close friendship with Andrew Jackson and association with Nashville political leaders, the group helped launch Jackson as the first President of the United States from Tennessee. Today, Travellers Rest is one of only a few Federal period houses in Tennessee open to the public. It hosts visitors worldwide who learn the evolution of Nashville's history from its pre-contact beginnings through the New South period.

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Hatch Show Print | 145th
Hatch Show Print

Hatch Show Print celebrates its 145th anniversary next year. Beginning in 1879, Hatch Show Print is one of the oldest letterpress shops in the country. It has evolved into creating posters that cover the sides of buildings throughout the country to generate excitement for shows and events, including every performance at the iconic Ryman Auditorium.

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