Music is Nashville’s specialty. After all, we’re in Music City. Music plays here 24/7/365 so we can’t list every concert, or music event, but here are a few of the major music events occurring this season in Nashville. If you’re looking for more, take a look at our upcoming shows.
The Adventure Park
A campfire is the perfect way to spend the colder Fall nights. Get cozy by the fire after your climb at The Adventure Park at Nashville’s Glow in the Parkand Firepit Fridays. Firepit Friday tickets include up to two hours of climbing and a 30-minute safety briefing.
Cheekwood is the perfect place to celebrate the autumnal season. Autumn colors can be found on oaks, maples, dogwoods, and other trees in the garden as the leaves change. This six-week celebration features activities and experiences for kids, adults, and families, making it the perfect time for a peaceful stroll, a crisp fall family day, or an afternoon date.
In the autumn, fall leaves flash yellow, orange, and red, and the cooler temperatures make us think of candy corn and pumpkin spice. Visit Goblins & Giggles at Gaylord Opryland for some indoor thrills and chills. There will be a Hide & Seek Scavenger Hunt, Trick or Treat Expedition, Jack-o’-lantern Walk, Monster Mash Bash, Haunted Hidden Treasure Escape Room, Ghouls Night Out Riverboat Ride, Wicked Brews Spookeasy, and more from September 10 through October 31.
Andrew Jackson's Hermitage: Home of The People's President
The autumn months are some of the best times to visit Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage: Home of the People’s President, especially since there are so many events going on that families will enjoy exploring the 1,100-acre grounds.
Lucky Ladd Farms
The pumpkin patch at Lucky Ladd Farms offers pumpkins of all shapes, sizes, and colors this fall. Discover why Lucky Ladd Farms has become a family tradition with acres of wholesome family entertainment, a corn maze, pumpkin picking, caramel apples, and more.