October 2021 Events in Nashville – Middle TN

October 2021 Events in Nashville, TN

If you love the city of Nashville, you’re definitely excited for what this year has in store! The upcoming month brings with it events and attractions aimed at people of all ages and interests. This fall, we have gathered fun events you shouldn’t miss! Check out the upcoming events below!

 

Lucky Ladd Farms 

September 18 – October 30

Lucky Ladd Farms

This fall brings the entire family to Lucky Ladd Farms for a harvest-time experience like no other. Enjoy all that autumn has to offer as the leaves begin to change in the cool crisp air; explore the corn maze, pick your pumpkins, bite into a juicy caramel apple and discover why Lucky Ladd Farms has become a family tradition for so many.

Details here.

 

Shuckles Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch at Fiddle Dee Farms

September 25 – October 31

Enjoy a wide array of activities with your friends and family at Fiddle Dee Farms! There’s so much to do including a 10-acre corn maze, hayride, magic show, 40-ft super slide, giant tube swings, great food, and more!

Details here.

 

Cheekwood Harvest

September 29 – October 31

Cheekwood Museum and Gardens

Celebrate the autumnal season at Cheekwood! We’re set to celebrate all things fall during Cheekwood Harvest, part of our year-round lineup of signature seasonal festivals. The changing of the leaves is one of many garden highlights you’ll find as oaks, maples, dogwoods, and other trees greet you with their fall colors. 

Details here.

 

Nashville Film Festival

September 30 – October 6

The Nashville Film Festival is one of the longest-running film festivals in the country. This year, there will be a full range of in-person screenings at venues throughout Nashville. Festival-goers can enjoy more than 150 films, Creators Conference panels, Q&As, the annual Music Program, and other exclusive content in an engaging mix of in-person and online events.

Details here.

 

Celebrate Hillsboro Village

October 2

Celebrate Hillsboro Village, a street festival commemorating Hillsboro Village’s 101st anniversary, is Saturday, October 2, 2021, from 10am to 5pm. The celebration will take place on 21st Avenue South between Blakemore Avenue and Acklen Avenue. The event will also feature two stages filled with live music and activities for everyone!

Details here. 

 

Tennessee Honey Festival

October 3

Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park

Bring your family and friends for an educational fun-filled festival to learn about the importance of bees and other pollinators in Tennessee! Get access to local honey from all over Tennessee, enjoy exclusive live performances, decorate a beehive, drink up from specialty honey-infused drinks, and more!

Details here.

 

Jack Daniel’s World Championship Invitation BBQ

October 8 – 9

Lynchburg, TN

Every year, more than 40,000 visitors descend on Lynchburg for one of the most prestigious competitions in all of BBQ. For one weekend every year, the smallest town in whiskey becomes the biggest scene in barbecue. Enjoy watching barbecue teams from around the world compete in The Jack Daniel’s World Championship Invitational Barbecue.

Details here.

 

Oktoberfest at Von Elrod’s

October 8 – 9

Von Elrod’s – 1004 4th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37219

Oktoberfest brings people together! This 2021, grab a stein of beer and enjoy the party! There will be Stein Holding Content throughout the day, local and international Oktoberfest and Marzen beers, plus delicious grub you shouldn’t miss! Event is for 21+ only!

Details here.

 

Fall Mile Long Yard Sale Excursion Train

October 9

Tennessee Central Railway

Come ride on a restored classic streamlined stainless steel passenger train to the biggest yard sale in Middle Tennessee! Enjoy the fall scenery on the 90 mile round trip to one of Tennessee’s most popular multi-yard sales. There will be treasures of all kinds!

Details here.

 

Southern Festival of Books

October 9 – 10

Virtual Event

The Annual Southern Festival of Books: A Celebration of the Written Word offers readers and writers from across Tennessee, and the world, to celebrate the joy of reading and lifelong learning with more than 100 authors.

Details here.

 

Boo at the Zoo

October 15 – 17

Nashville Zoo at Grassmere

Nashville’s favorite family Halloween event is back! Enjoy fall-themed scenes and activities around the Zoo, trick-or-treating for the kids, special animal shows, and more!

Details here.

 

Tennessee Beer, Wine, and Shine Festival

October 16

Two Rivers Mansion

Nashville’s premier October festival for the avid beer, wine, and shine aficionado! The 11th Annual festival will take place at the Two Rivers Mansion in Nashville, TN. Your admission will include various beer, wine, and shine samples. There is more to see at the event!

Details here.

 

Centennial Craft Fest

October 23 – 24

Musicians Corner area of Centennial Park

Centennial Park Conservancy presents a special event in Centennial Park every fall. Centennial Craft Fest is a free fall celebration featuring a variety of local food, drinks, music, and handmade goods. Centennial Craft Fest takes place in the Musicians Corner area of Centennial Park, on the corner of West End and 27th Avenue.

Details here.

 

Goblins and Giggles

September 11 – October 31, 2020

Gaylord Opryland

Gaylord Opryland is celebrating Halloween and you don’t want to miss all the fun! The annual Goblins and Giggles celebration is happening September 10 through October 31, 2021, with spooky fun for all ages. Experience Hide and Seek Scavenger Hunt, Jack O’lantern Walk, The Learning Log, and more!

Details here.

 

Whether you’re looking to share your love of arts and culture with friends and family or just want a weekend break from the everyday, Nashville has something that will suit your fancy. Are thinking of moving to the Nashville – Middle Tennessee area? Then search for properties here

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