From late November throughout December, Nashville offers tons of festive opportunities during the Christmas and Holiday Season. There is an unlimited supply of Christmas and holiday events and activities to be found and explored in the Middle Tennessee Area.
A Listing of 2011 Nashville Christmas and Holiday Events happening this year during the month of November and December.
All Events are listed in the following order:
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Last Updated - 11/29/2011
Take a tour through our listing of the Best & Most Well-liked Annual Events that take place in and around Nashville every year in the month of December.
A listing of s ome of the best Holiday Lights and Wondrous Displays that the Nashville area has to offer this Christmas Season. These annual sparkling, twinkling displays, all in celebration of the Christmas Holidays, are enough to keep you coming back for more and year after year.
Every year in Middle Tennessee, the old antebellum homes are opened up to the public during the holiday season in grandiose style. One can find these wonderful old homes decorated with plenty authentic holiday items from today & yesteryear.
From the third week of November until the week after Christmas, Gaylord Opryland Hotel is host to many holiday events including the viewing their spectacular holiday lights, Ice, Radio City Christmas Spectacular, Treasures for the Holidays, Brightest Star Fountain Show, Hall of Trees, to taking a General Jackson Holiday Cruise. It is four weeks of non-stop activities.
Nashville is known around the world as Music City U.S.A. and there is always, every day, plenty of live music to be heard. So you can bet that when New Year's Eve rolls around that you will find a ton of musicians lined-up to perform within the boundaries of Nashville - every year!
The Arthritis Foundation, Tennessee Chapter, will host their annual Williamson County Jingle Bell 5K Run/Walk in historic downtown Franklin. The 5K run and 1 mile walk will begin at the historic square of downtown Franklin at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, December 3. The prevalence of arthritis or chronic joint symptoms is surging, affecting more than 1.5 million adults and over 6,000 children in Tennessee, and approximately 46 million (one in 5) Americans. The Jingle Bell Run/Walk for Arthritis raises awareness and funds to help prevent, control and cure arthritis and related diseases. Registration begins at 7:45am