Get Ready for Fall with This Sneak Peak at Nashville’s Best Events
For all the raving about summertime in Music City (it’s justified, of course), we often forget that autumn is just as much fun. In fact, there’s so to love about fall in Music City that it was #2 on Travel+Leisure’s list of “America’s Best Cities for Fall Travel.”
We want you to get the best headstart on planning for fall events in beautiful Music City; thus, we are creating this list in July!
Why not book your Signature Transportation limousine and get tickets to one of these incredible events? You’ll have something to look forward to as the last days of summer wind down!
Without further ado, here’s our list of 4 great Nashville fall events to add to your calendar.
October 3, 2015
7 p.m.-1 a.m.
Hosted by the Phoenix Club in Nashville, Taste of Nashville is the longest-running festival in the city. It helps showcase some of the restaurants, brewers, and distillers that make Nashville a premiere culinary destination and a powerhouse of innovation in terms of food and drink.
You can sample some of the best food and mingle with some of the best chefs and creators in the city at Taste of Nashville. Here’s a short list of the restaurants you can expect on the roster:
- Acme Feed and Seed
- The City Winery
- Prichard’s Distillery
- Cumberland Cask
- Tenn South Distillery
Another great reason to support Taste of Nashville is the organization’s support of two of Nashville’s most important youth organizations: Boys and Girls Club of Middle Tennessee and Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee. Take part in this great event by getting your tickets when they go on sale.
September 25-26, 2015
Although she’s since moved on from country music and Nashville, it’s always exciting when Taylor Swift returns to Music City to play for her adoring fans.
She’ll get a two-night stint at Bridgestone this September, as part of her wildly popular 1989 tour; Swift will undoubtedly draw record crowds and provide top-notch entertainment for the city where it all started for her.
September 27, 2015
It’s always exciting when the Titans take on a great rival from their own division; when the Colts visit Nashville on September 27, it will be the Titans’ last game before the season bye week, and fans are hungry to see the Titans do well.
Get to LP Stadium early to tailgate and then take in the energy of this amazing match-up in the crisp fall weather. There’s nothing like going to a football game in the fall, and this one’s sure to be electrifying.
October 1-October 31
This month-long celebration of art in Nashville is one of the greatest fall events on the calender, and aspires to expose every Nashville resident and visitor to the arts.
From the visual and performing arts, to film, crafts, culture and dance, Artober hopes to immerse even the least artistically-minded person in the wonder of the creative world.
From exhibits to activities and special events at various locations throughout the month, don’t miss out on the opportunity to expose yourself and your family to the greatness of Nashville’s art and culture scene!
Autumn is a great time to experience some of what Nashville has to offer. From sports to art to live entertainment, you can have the best autumn ever with a little research and excitement.
Signature looks forward to handling your transportation and ensuring that you have the best event experience ever this autumn.
Photo Credit: Amber DeGrace