Things to do on Thanksgiving Week in Nashville


The holidays are around the corner and one of the biggest indicators, as we can all agree, is the upcoming Thanksgiving Day, set for the 22nd of November. Despite Thanksgiving being recognized as a specific day, Nashville residents begin celebrating ahead of time and celebrations continue for well over a week. As such, our Nashville Airport Shuttle specialists have compiled a list of exciting events and activities that you can enjoy in the Music City over the Thanksgiving week.

However, before we proceed, we would like to recommend employing the services of our limo service in Nashville for all your transportation needs for the duration of the week. Thanksgiving Day is a time to enjoy quality time with family and friends, create memories, and simply take a moment to appreciate everything you have to be grateful for. Let our professionally trained and reliable chauffeurs handle all the driving and navigation while you focus on enjoying the company of your loved ones and looking forward to any one of these thrilling events.


Harvest Home Workshop

Head over to the Kennedy Occasion Studio along North Church Street on the 20th of November between 5 pm and 9 pm for a workshop on how to prepare your home for the impending Thanksgiving festivities. The workshop will be hosted by Emily Kennedy of the Kennedy Occasions Studios and the Happy Humphress Home organization. If you plan to host a Thanksgiving party at your home, then this workshop is for you; here you will be exposed to numerous fun and creative ways to transform your home into the ultimate Turkey Day abode. Attendants will learn how to create beautiful floral centerpieces, wall decorations, seasonal room sprays, and much more. Bring your closest family and friends and kick-start your Thanksgiving season in a unique way. Tickets to the workshop are going for only $80 per head.


Scott Hamilton and Friends

This will be the 3rd annual event of its kind, and due to the tremendous success of the preceding events, Sheryl Crow, a nine-time Grammy Award winner will be headlining the musical stage for the third time. This musical event is organized by the Scott Hamilton Cares Foundation and will take place at the Bridgestone Arena on the 18th of November from 5 pm. Other musical acts you can expect to find here include Brothers Osborne, Florida Georgia Line, Steve Cropper, Eddie Floyd, among others. Tickets to the concert range from $35 to $75 and all proceeds go towards funding advanced, innovative research initiatives for cancer treatment.


Small Business Saturday Pop-Up

Head over to Main Street, Pulaski on the 24th of November, only 70 miles from Nashville. This event will kick off at 7 am and come to an end at 4 pm. This annual event brings together small business owners, local organizations, shoppers, and observers from all around Tennessee to celebrate the spirit of entrepreneurship. Business owners will get a 10x10 space to showcase their business, so if you’re a small business owner, this may be just the place to increase your exposure. Note, however, spaces are issued to business owners on a first come, first serve basis, and all pop-ups must be set up by 8 am, so arrive early.

Posted on Nov 13th 2018

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