New Years In Nashville

Dated: 12/28/2016

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Who needs New York for New Years when you have Nashville? Not everyone realizes how much our city turns it out - and if you're looking for something to do this weekend, we've put together a list that suits any taste!


Cheer on the New Year


Tickets might be running out, but that doesn't mean you can't tailgate and enjoy the games at Nissan Field. The block party kicks off Thursday at 11AM with food, drinks and concerts all the way to Friday at 9PM. Tennessee plays Nebraska for the Music City Bowl at 2:30PM on Saturday, leading into a showdown between the Titans and the Texans at noon on Sunday. That's four days worth of of grilling, partying and football! What better way for a fan to celebrate?


Party Like it's 2017


You can't beat free - and the Jack Daniel's Music City Midnight is one of the best free events the city has to offer. With great Tennessee whiskey and the likes of Keith Urban, Styx, and more, with the whole night capped off by the legendary Nashville fireworks display.  With so much going on, you can be sure that Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park will be booming! 


If a party in a state park is too big for you, try NYE on M Street, where you can travel between Whiskey Kitchen, Saint Anejo, The Rosewall, and Virago all for one price. Through in live music, a light show, and confetti, and you can't find a better place to party.


If you like it s a little more intimate, try City Winery's champagne dinner. You'll get a four course meal by Chef Garrett Pittler and special table side service from a professional sommelier. Toast the new year in style! Responsibly, of course.


Celebrate Music City Style


The George Jones Museum is throwing a two-day party Saturday and Sunday, starting with live music on the rooftop on New Years Eve, and a great breakfast and seafood bar with live music on New Years Day. Tickets will go fast, so don't wait.


If you want to go classic Nashville, there is no better way than New Years at the Opry. With big names like Kacey Musgraves, John Prine, and Jason Isbell, you can ring the new year in right with live music at the Ryman. It's truly an experience you can only have in Music City.


Start Your Resolution Off Right


There's a reason new gym memberships spike in January - we all declare that this is the year we're going to start working out more and eating right. Well, there's a few events this New Years that will help kick-start your plan and help you live up to your goals. Percy Warner Park is having a New Year's Day Resolution Trail Run at 2PM, Jan 1st. The run starts at the Deep Wells Trailhead at 3 Vaughn's Gap Rd., just off from Highway 100. They'll how a 2.5 mile path and a 4.5 mile run for you over-achievers.


If you don't live near Percy Warner, State Parks all over Tennessee are hosting "First Hikes" for the new year. Participating parks and designated trails vary, so check with your local park for times.


If you like to mix some good-will in with your workout, the YMCA is hosting the Annual Giving Campaign with 5k and 10k runs. The event kicks off at 9AM with runs staggered throughout at the Sumner County YMCA (102 Bluegrass Commons Blvd) in Hendersonville. Online registration end Thursday at midnight, so act fast!


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Or you can call us at 615-439-7670, or drop us a line at info@weichertandrewsgroup.com for more help or a free consultation.

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