Fall Events in Middle Tennessee

Discover the can’t-miss events happening in Middle Tennessee this fall.

Wine on the River | September 10th

Travel the world without leaving Nashville! Join us on Saturday, September 10th, 2022 from 3pm-7pm as we travel through different regions spanning the globe. Sample wine, beer, and spirits specific to those regions and taste culturally themed menus that will be available for purchase. Take a break from your travels and enjoy the soothing sounds of live music. Wine on the River Nashville will be making its way back home to Riverfront Park! Wine On the River is a rain or shine event and no refunds will be given. Buy tickets here.

Cheekwood Harvest | September 17th – October 30th

Celebrate all things fall during Cheekwood Harvest. The changing of the leaves are one of many garden highlights you’ll find as oaks, maples, dogwoods, and other trees greet you with their fall colors. Activities and experiences designed for kids, adults and families alike, make this six-week celebration the perfect time visit Cheekwood. Buy tickets here.

Fall Tennessee Craft Fair | October 7th – 9th

The 44th Annual Fall Tennessee Craft Fair returns to the Great Lawn in Nashville’s iconic Centennial Park! Join us by the Parthenon for this FREE, family-friendly event. Learn more.

Light the Nations | October 15th

The 6th annual Light the Nations in West Nashville highlights the up-and-coming area by featuring local businesses, art, vendors, food trucks, and fantastic live entertainment. Learn more.

Nashville Greek Festival | October 21st -23rd

The Nashville Greek Festival offers a rich, multi-sensory experience of Greek hospitality and culture. Savory cuisine, soulful music, lively dancing, and educational tours transform the church grounds at 4905 Franklin Pike into a three-day glendi. Come experience our heritage for yourself and be a part of this year’s Nashville Greek Festival.

Pumpkinfest | October 29th

The Heritage Foundation of Williamson County’s 37th Annual PumpkinFest is Middle Tennessee’s largest family Fall festival that returns on Saturday, October 29, 2022. With more than 70,000 people in attendance in 2021, the festival stretches along Main Street and its side avenues in downtown Franklin and offers tons of festive fun for people of all ages! Join us for a full day of autumn-inspired food and drink, children’s activities, live music, costume contests for pets and families, and outstanding arts & crafts – featuring seasonal and specialty gift items.

Daylight Savings | November 6th

Fall is time to turn back time

Fall back an hour Sunday, November 6th.

Christmas Village | November 11th – 13th

Christmas Village is one of the oldest charitable events in Nashville, supported and run entirely by volunteers from the Nashville Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Club. Approximately 250 merchants and 30,000 shoppers from all over the United States participate in this prestigious consumer show. A variety of unique seasonal and gift items are offered, including- toys for all ages, clothing for children and adults, jewelry, home decor, food items, pottery, collectibles, and unusual pieces for the “person who has everything.” Learn more.

The Boulevard Bolt | November 24th

The Boulevard Bolt, organized by volunteers, is a collaborative effort of Immanuel Baptist Church, St. George’s Episcopal Church and The Temple Congregation Ohabai Sholom in Nashville. Since 1994, the Boulevard Bolt has grown from 2,500 participants to over 7,500 participants. Today, the Boulevard Bolt ranks among the largest 5-mile races in the country. More importantly, we have donated $4,103,300 to the homeless community in Nashville. Register here.

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