Nashville Holiday Guide

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Nashville Holiday Guide

Alex Vaughn, Writer

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The Dancing Lights of Christmas: Located near Opryland, The Dancing Lights of Nashville is Middle Tennessee’s largest drive-thru light and music show running every night from 5-10pm until January 3rd. There is a base price of $25 per vehicle for little over 30 minutes of synchronized Christmas lights and music

Music City Winterfest: Full of holiday activities, Music City Winterfest is a free event that takes place at Centennial Park Saturday, December 12th. From 10am-4pm, there is live music, craft shops, and food trucks spread around the park.

Gaylord Opryland’s “A Country Christmas”: Located at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel, A Country Christmas consists of nearly 2 million lights, acres of decorations, “ICE!”, and Dr. Seuss’ “How the Grinch Stole Christmas! – The Musical.”

Music City New Year’s Eve Bash on Broadway: Since 2009, Downtown Nashville has held a New Year’s Eve bash that has gotten bigger and bigger each year. This year, Kings of Leon, Chris Stapleton, Kelsea Ballerini, Sugar & the Hi-Lows, The Whigs, and Wild Cub will be performing.

Holly Trolley: Located in Downtown Franklin, the Holly Trolley features the beautiful light displays in Westhaven, downtown Franklin, and surrounding areas in Williamson County. Tickets are on sale for $16 and the attraction takes place through December 20th.

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