NASHVILLE, TN – Holiday Harmony in Nashville will offer more attractions, lights and special events with the new GLOW activation at First Tennessee Park; Zoolumination at The Nashville; A Country Christmas at Gaylord Opryland; and Cheekwood Holiday Lights at Cheekwood.
Visit Music City has the perfect package to make sure guests can explore some of the best holiday attractions this season. The Music City in Lights Ticket Combo Pack allows visitors to experience three different attractions with holiday lights experiences. The Ticket Combo Pack includes an adult ticket to GLOW, Zoolumination, Cheekwood Holiday Lights, plus a Holiday Memory Box with Nashville-branded gifts, and optional shuttle transportation. Included in the Holiday Memory Box is a Spirit of Nashville ornament, a fleece blanket and a Music City campfire mug. Child tickets can be added on to the Adult Combo Package for additional cost. Visitors can also add on a hotel reservation to the ticket package.
All package details can be found at visitmusiccity.com/holiday-lights-package.
Visitors can take in Zoolumination: Chinese Festival of Lights Nov. 15-Dec. 30 at The Nashville Zoo. The country’s largest Chinese lantern festival, guests can expect 500 custom-made silk lanterns spread across 60 acres, creating holiday scenes and elaborate displays with Zoo animal favorites.
GLOW – Nashville’s Brightest Christmas Experience will take place Nov. 22-Dec. 31 at First Tennessee Park. A new holiday attraction this year, GLOW features over 4 million lights, one of the country’s tallest Christmas trees, snow tubing, Santa’s workshop and so much more. Cheekwood Holiday Lights takes places Nov. 23-Jan. 5, illuminating Cheekwood Estate & Gardens with one million lights. Holiday concerts, cookie decorating, and special events will also take place.
A Country Christmas at Gaylord Opryland features over 3 million holiday lights throughout the property, in addition to ICE! – 2 million pounds of ice carved into characters from A Christmas Story, ice skating, carriage rides, Santa photos and other special activities.
Nashville also celebrates the holidays with special musical performances and concerts. The Nashville Symphony will host festive concerts from Dave Barnes, Drew & Ellie Holcomb, and Michael W. Smith, in addition to a special viewing of “Home Alone” with a live score from the Symphony, and more.
Nashville’s Nutcracker by the Nashville Ballet and Mannheim Steamroller Christmas are great for the whole family, while adults will love “Hamilton” at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center. Amy Grant & Vince Gill, Kathie Lee Gifford, and Moscow Ballet’s “Great Russian Christmas” will bring holiday cheer to the Ryman Auditorium.
Round out 2019 with the Music City Bowl, taking place at Nissan Stadium on December 30th, featuring a matchup between an SEC team and an ACC/Big Ten team. On December 31st, visitors can ring in the new year at the free Jack Daniel’s Music City Midnight: New Year’s Eve in Nashville concert, featuring GRAMMY Award winner Keith Urban, Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit, The Struts, Amanda Shires, and the Fisk Jubilee Singers.
For more information on all these events and more, visit www.visitmusiccity.com/holidayharmony.