Nashville Downtown Details

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

    

News & Information

​New restaurant: Jimmy John's!
207 3rd Avenue South. Encore Building. 615-782-8770. This is the second downtown location of the popular sub chain. Offering free delivery for any size order. Hours of operation are Monday - Saturday, 11 am - 9 pm and Sun, 11 am - 7 pm.
 

New business: The Escape Game!
162 3rd Avenue North. 615-647-8229. The Escape Game Nashville is an immersive entertainment concept. It is a real-life escape game designed for small groups of people (from 6 to 12 individuals). The goal is simple: Work together as a team, testing your wits and skills, to escape from a locked room. Getting through the locked door will require finding clues, solving puzzles, and working together. Games should be booked through their website.

 

Guidebook ads for sale!
Looking to reach your target audience downtown? The newest edition of our bi-annual publication, The Guidebook, will be available in December and be distributed to over 30,000 downtown employees, residents, visitors and regional residents during a 6-month time period. Rates start as low as $400. Click here for more information and to reserve your space.

 

Interstate 40 Closures: Friday, October 30 - Monday, November 2
TDOT's Fast Fix 8 continues this weekend! I-40 will be closed from the I-40/I-65 split west of downtown to the I-40 split south of downtown. Charlotte Avenue will be closed from 10th Avenue to 16th Avenue. 12th Avenue North will be closed from Clinton Street to Charlotte Avenue. Closures will begin Friday, October 30 at 8 pm and end Monday, November 2 at 6 am. Detours and more info can be found on the Fast Fix 8 website. NOTE: Use the 2nd Ave/4th Ave exit to access downtown from I-40.​

 

Events This Week

 

Free Sam Hunt Street Party

 

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 28, 6 PM - 8:30 PM

In celebration of an exceptional year since the release of his critically-acclaimed debut album "Montevallo," Nashville breakout star Sam Hunt will host a free street party on Wednesday, October 28. The street party will take place on 5th Avenue South between Korean Veterans Boulevard and Demonbreun. The stage will be on 5th Avenue to the north of the Music City Center entrance awning opposite Omni Nashville Hotel’s Barlines. Please note: road closure associated with this event. 5th Avenue South (Korean Veterans Boulevard to Demonbreun) will be closed from 6 am until 11 pm on Wednesday, October 28.

 

Voting Rights for Women

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 5:30 PM - 7 PM
LOCATION: THE HERMITAGE HOTEL $100/PERSON; $175/COUPLE

The League of Women Voters of Nashville, a local nonprofit organization encouraging informed and active participation of citizens in government, is hosting “Voting Rights for Women” on Thursday, October 29 at The Hermitage Hotel. Anne Davis is the featured speaker for the event and will tell the story of her great grandmother, Frances Bond Davis. Mayor Megan Barry will introduce Davis. Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be served.

 

Halloween Movie Night: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 8 PM
LOCATION: SCHERMERHORN SYMPHONY CENTER $13 - $22

Get ready for serious chills and thrills when the Schermerhorn screens this classic silent film, accompanied by the breathtaking, seat-shaking sound of the Schermerhorn’s Martin Foundation Concert Organ. Featuring the legendary John Barrymore, this tale of good and evil is the ultimate Halloween tale, and organist Peter Krasinski will bring it vividly to life. Plus, “frightfully festive” activities beginning at 6 pm, including the Victorian Two-Faced Fête, a photo booth, a costume contest prizes and ticket giveaways and special Halloween drinks.

 

Sea of Tonality

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 7:30 PM - 10:30 PM
LOCATION: MUSICIANS HALL OF FAME & MUSEUM $30

Explore the sonic relationships and interactivity thriving within contemporary compositions. Nashville ensemble Intersection's second season debut continues the search through works focused on tonality, melody and diverse instrumentation.

 

Battle for the Bones

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, DOORS OPEN: 7 PM; MUSIC BEGINS: 8:30 PM
LOCATION: MERCY LOUNGE $50 GENERAL ADMISSION; $195 VIP; $495 ALL-ACCESS VIP; $200 BUNDLE

Featuring performances by Charles Kelley, David Nail, Jerrod Niemann, Dan + Shay, Chris Janson, Kelsea Ballerini, Old Dominion, Maddie & Tae and Mickey Guyton. A portion of proceeds benefit the FTL Sarcoma Fund, which seeks to expand national sarcoma awareness and research among the nation’s leading institutions, scientists and doctors. This third annual event takes place on three stages at Mercy LoungeHigh Watt and Cannery Ballroom and will be hosted by Bobby Bones. VIP tickets include a separate viewing area, private bar and more. All-access VIP tickets include a separate viewing area, private bar, an artist meet and greet, and more. The $200 bundle includes four general admission tickets and one parking pass.

 

Haunted Open House

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 9 AM - 1 PM
LOCATION: BART DURHAM INJURY LAW FOOD DONATIONS ENCOURAGED

Enjoy this Haunted Open House hosted by Bart Durham Injury Law. Plus, show your support for the Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee by donating food items. Use your donated food items to vote for the spookiest office on the floor. Most needed items include peanut butter, canned tuna and chicken, soup, stew, canned vegetables and fruit, cereal and pasta.

 

Curator’s Perspective: Phantoms and Auras

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 6:30 PM
LOCATION: FRIST CENTER FOR THE VISUAL ARTS GALLERY ADMISSION REQUIRED

Loss, remembrance and the hope for a spiritual essence that transcends the body have been subjects of art throughout history. Chief curator Mark Scala will discuss ways that artists in the exhibit "Phantom Bodies" depict human presence-in-absence through shadows or masks, through photographs and objects associated with the missing person, or by alchemically transforming the physical body into another form of matter or energy.

 

Salon@615: Deborah Harkness

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 6:15 PM - 8 PM
LOCATION: NASHVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY FREE

Deborah Harkness will discuss "The Book of Life," which is the third and final book in the "All Souls" trilogy. A limited number of tickets will be available on-site 30 minutes before show time on the event date. Advance tickets are limited. To receive a priority spot in the signing line, you must purchase a copy of the author’s latest book from Parnassus Books.

 

Spellbound on M Street

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 9 PM - 3 AM
LOCATION: THE ROSEWALL $30 IN ADVANCE; $35 AT THE DOOR (LIMITED SUPPLY)

M Street's annual Halloween bash, hosted at The Rosewall. This bash will include an impressive lineup of DJs, dancers and aerialists. Plus, drink specials, a photo booth, costume contest and more.

 

Haunted House Party

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 7 PM - 2 AM
LOCATION: ACME FEED & SEED $25 AT THE DOOR (LIMITED SUPPLY)

On Halloween night, Acme Feed & Seed will transform into a four-level Haunted House. The first floor will feature a Funky Monster Mash, the second floor a Haunted Social Lounge, the third floor a Black Light Cha-Cha with D.R.A.M. and the fourth floor Rise From the Dead with Acme Radio. Plus, live music, a costume contest, drink specials, a photo booth and more.

 

​UPrising

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 4 PM - 1 AM
LOCATION: UP $10 COVER

UPrising will feature live music, a costume contest with great prizes, $2 Yazoo brews and other awesome drink specials, complimentary valet parking and a fantastic view of downtown atop Fairfield Inn & Suites Nashville Downtown / The Gulch.

 

Race 13.1

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, HALF MARATHON: 7 AM; 5K & 10K: 7:15 AM
LOCATION: BICENTENNIAL MALL 5K: $29 - $35; 10K: $39 - $45; HALF MARATHON: $79 - $89

Race 13.1 is heading to Music City! The inaugural Race 13.1 features a beautiful course that runs through many of the best parts of the city including the historic Sulphur Dell area, Nashville Farmer's Market, First Tennessee Park, the Cumberland River Greenway and more. Runners can choose from a half marathon, 10K or 5K course. Plus, a post-race Halloween party with a costume contest (winner will take home $1,000). Please note: road closures associated with this event. The course begins and ends at Bicentennial Mall, traveling north of downtown. Closures along the course begin as early as 5:30 am and end as late as 10:30 am on Saturday, October 31.

 

Halloween at Tennessee Brew Works

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 4 PM - 10 PM
LOCATION: TENNESSEE BREW WORKS FREE

Tennessee Brew Works is celebrating Halloween with an evening of live music by Gina Venier and The Tennessee Warblers, pumpkin bowling, a costume contest and more. Plus, discounted beers all night if you wear a costume.

 

Halloween Cover Show

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 6 PM - 9:30 PM
LOCATION: ROCKETOWN $7

This Halloween cover show will feature the music of The Foo Fighters, Slipknot and more performed by Burn The Bridges, Faux Fighters, On Point, Mental Fiction and SB|DMPROJECT.

 

Halloween Party with Lance Carpenter

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 7 PM - 10 PM
LOCATION: THE LISTENING ROOM CAFE $10

Celebrate Halloween with an evening of live music by some of Nashville's finest songwriters. Country music artist Lance Carpenter will host the event as well as put on a special performance. Plus, a costume contest featuring great prizes.

 

My So-Called Band: Nashville's Ultimate '90s Halloween

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 9:30 PM
LOCATION: CANNERY BALLROOM $25

Featuring a rotating all-star cast of guest singers and musicians, My So-Called Band performs the greatest hits, anthems and one-hit wonders from the '90s.

 

Come As You Aren't Halloween Party

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 9 PM
LOCATION: CANNERY BALLROOM $15

The third annual Come As You Aren’t Halloween party! Wear an awesome costume and compete for a prize, grab some drinks at the full bar, get your photo taken by roaming photographers, and dance the night away with friends old and new. This party will take place at ONE event space inside Cannery Ballroom.

 

Vinyl Radio Halloween Bash

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 7:30 PM
LOCATION: 3RD AND LINDSLEY $10

These Music City pros combine their considerable talents into an experience that captures the essence of an era when guitars and grooves, mellow mayhem and melodies ruled the airwaves.

 

Ghosts of Nashville

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2 PM - 3:45 PM
LOCATION: NASHVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY FREE

Join Nashville Public Library on Halloween day for a haunting performance of "Ghosts of Nashville." Twenty performers will portray famous Nashvillians, each with a three-minute monolog speaking of their character’s lives and deeds. This is a family-friendly and historically engaging event.

 

Trick or Treat at Chauhan Ale & Masala House

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 5 PM - 11 PM
LOCATION: CHAUHAN ALE & MASALA HOUSE

This Halloween, Chef Maneet Chauhan is playing trick or treat with her guests. She'll offer one decadent and one deadly dessert for guests to choose from. Dress up and enter to win a $100 gift card for best costume. Plus, Bollywood horror films and haunted libations. Reservations recommended: 615-779-3770.

 

Trick or Treat with the Nashville Symphony

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 11 AM
LOCATION: SCHERMERHORN SYMPHONY CENTER $13 - $28

Enjoy a fun-filled Halloween-themed concert with the Nashville Symphony. Appropriate for children in preschool through middle school, this concert will offer thrills and chills and some classic spooky music. Attendees are encouraged to come in costume. Starting at 10 am, arrive early and enjoy free, family-friendly pre-concert activities, including crafts, a story nook, the Symphony’s popular Instrument Petting Zoo, trick-or-treating stations throughout the Schermerhorn and a coloring contest with a prize of four tickets to the Pied Piper concert "Get Wild with the Nashville Symphony" on Saturday, February 27.

 

Guilty Pleasures: '80s Halloween Bash

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 8 PM
LOCATION: MERCY LOUNGE $15

Enjoy spot-on covers of all your guilty favorites from the '80s! Guilty Pleasures has been bringing the party to their devoted fans for more than a decade, with famous guests frequently joining them on stage.

 

Indie Lens Pop-Up "Stray Dog" Screening Event

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1 PM
LOCATION: NASHVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY FREE

Don't miss Nashville Public Television's first Indie Lens Pop-Up screening of the season featuring "Stray Dog," a film about Vietnam veteran Ronnie “Stray Dog” Hall. A Welcome and Celebration of Veterans Service will open the event, followed by the screening. The Veteran Administration’s Mobile Vet Center, a specially equipped RV with private counseling space and other services, will be parked nearby. The event will conclude with a discussion featuring special guest panelists.

 

Wanderlust 108 Nashville

 

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 8:30 AM - 4 PM
LOCATION: BICENTENNIAL MALL $60

Wanderlust 108 is a triathlon unlike any you’ve ever known. This "mindful triathlon" brings three events together in your favorite local park: a 5K, an outdoor yoga experience and a guided meditation—but with a twist. Unlike most triathlons, this one places community above competition, inner peace above power and self-awareness above strength. The event also includes live bands, DJs, trampoline photo booth, lawn activities, local food and craft vendors, and more.

 

CMA Awards Kick-off Concert with Hunter Hayes

 

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 10:30 PM
LOCATION: BRIDGESTONE ARENA FREE

CMA Award-winning artist and five-time Grammy nominee Hunter Hayes is bringing his hits and new music to the streets of downtown Nashville with his second annual free concert on Monday, November 2 outside of Bridgestone Arena. The event kicks off the 2015 CMA Awards as well as celebrates the release of Hayes' latest collection, "The 21 Project," which will be released on Friday, November 6.

 

Ladies' Self Defense Class

 

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 6 PM - 8 PM
LOCATION: FIRST BAPTIST NASHVILLE $25

First Baptist Nashville is hosting a Ladies' Self Defense class. The class is an opportunity to sharpen your safety and awareness skills. Charles Cory, a master in the art of Kung Fu, has taught for over 40 years and is a 9th degree black belt. He will cover basic attacks, grabs and security. Dress in work out clothes. Cost is $25 and registration is required on or before Friday, October 30. Water and a snack will be provided. Park in the church's Lot D. Register online.

 

2015 CMA Awards

 

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 7 PM
LOCATION: BRIDGESTONE ARENA $164 - $437.50

Country superstars Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood will team up for the eighth time to host the 49th Annual CMA Awards, country's most anticipated show of the year. Please note: road closures associated with this event are listed below. 

 

Road Closures: 2015 CMA Awards

THROUGH SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8

Several road closures are planned throughout downtown for the 2015 CMA Awards, which is on Wednesday, November 4. This list is organized by the date the closures begin. The end date is different for each road and is indicated below. Most roads are closed for multiple days. All closures will be lifted by 6 pm on Sunday, November 8.

Monday, October 26:
- Fifth Avenue South (Demonbreun to the Hilton Nashville Downtown driveway) will be closed from Monday, October 26 to Friday, October 30 and Friday, November 6 to Sunday, November 8 from 6 am until 6 pm.

Saturday, October 31:
- Fifth Avenue South (Demonbreun to Broadway) will be closed from Saturday, October 31 at 6 am until 6 pm and Sunday, November 1 at 6 am until Thursday, November 5 at 6 am.

Sunday, November 1:
- Sixth Avenue South (Demonbreun to Broadway) will be closed from Sunday, November 1 at 6 am until Thursday, November 5 at 5 pm.
- The westbound lanes of Demonbreun (Fifth Avenue South to Sixth Avenue South) will be closed from Sunday, November 1 at 6 am until Thursday, November 5 at 4 am.

Monday, November 2:
- The eastbound lanes of Broadway (Fourth Avenue to Seventh Avenue) will be closed from Monday, November 2 at 9 pm until Tuesday, November 3 at 2 am.

Tuesday, November 3:
- The westbound lanes of Demonbreun (Fourth Avenue South to Fifth Avenue South) will be closed from Tuesday, November 3 at 9 am until Thursday, November 5 at 2 am.

Wednesday, November 4:
- Demonbreun (Fourth Avenue South to Eighth Avenue South) will be closed from Wednesday, November 4 at 6 am until Thursday, November 5 at 2 am.
- Fifth Avenue South and Sixth Avenue South (Korean Veterans Boulevard to Demonbreun) will be closed from Wednesday, November 4 at 6 am until Thursday, November 5 at 2 am.
- Seventh Avenue South (Demonbreun to Broadway) will be closed from Wednesday, November 4 at 6 am until Thursday, November 5 at 2 am.
- McGavock (Seventh Avenue South to Eighth Avenue South) will be closed from Wednesday, November 4 at 6 am until Thursday, November 5 at 2 am.
- The westbound curb lane on Fourth Avenue South (Demonbreun to Broadway) will be closed from Wednesday, November 4 at 6 am until Thursday, November 5 at 2 am.

 

 

 

Upcoming Events in Downtown Nashville

Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead at TPAC - Tennessee Performing Arts Center through Saturday, October 31

Williams & Company at Wildhorse Saloon Wednesday, October 28 - Thursday, October 29

Don McLean with the Nashville Symphony at Schermerhorn Symphony Center Wednesday, October 28

Steve Miller Band at Ryman Auditorium Wednesday, October 28

Corey Mac at Bourbon Street Blues & Boogie Bar Wednesday, October 28

The Regulars at Tin Roof Broadway Thursday, October 29

Music City Toppers at Acme Feed & Seed Thursday, October 29

Mikky Ekko at Mercy Lounge Thursday, October 29

Painting Class: Champagne Diva at Sips 'n Strokes Thursday, October 29

The Watkins Girls at Puckett's Gro. & Restaurant Thursday, October 29

Sea of Tonality at Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum Thursday, October 29

Opry Country Classics: Larry Gatlin & More at Ryman Auditorium Thursday, October 29

Old Union & Mile 8 Halloween Reunion Show at 3rd and Lindsley Thursday, October 29

Tyrone Wells with Ernie Halter at City Winery Thursday, October 29

Mood Ring at Sambuca Thursday, October 29

The Brazilbilly Boys at Robert's Western World Friday, October 30

Billy Yates & Friends at Puckett's Gro. & Restaurant Friday, October 30

Ele Gilliland at Two Old Hippies Friday, October 30

Haunted Open House at Bart Durham Injury Law Friday, October 30

Sturgill Simpson at Ryman Auditorium Friday, October 30 - Sunday, November 1

Nashville Bluegrass Band at Station Inn Friday, October 30

Crystal Shawanda at Bourbon Street Blues & Boogie Bar Friday, October 30

Stephen Kelly Hunt at Legends Corner Friday, October 30

Michael Feinstein: The Sinatra Project at Schermerhorn Symphony Center Friday, October 30

The Exorcist with Linda Blair at TPAC - Tennessee Performing Arts Center Friday, October 30

Slightly Stoopid at War Memorial Auditorium Friday, October 30

Rubik's Groove Halloween Show at 3rd and Lindsley Friday, October 30

Plexnation at Bootleggers Inn Friday, October 30

Biff Kapow at Whiskey Bent Saloon Friday, October 30

REDvolution 2015 at Rocketown Friday, October 30

Peter Moon Band & Holland Marie at Wildhorse Saloon Friday, October 30

Mad Hatters Finest at Tin Roof Broadway Saturday, October 31

The Brazilbilly Boys at Robert's Western World Saturday, October 31

Dusty Hundley Band at Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville Nashville Saturday, October 31

Raven Cliff at Puckett's Gro. & Restaurant Saturday, October 31

November Lily at Two Old Hippies Saturday, October 31

Halloween at Tennessee Brew Works at Tennessee Brew Works Saturday, October 31

Halloween Cover Show at Rocketown Saturday, October 31

Halloween Party with Lance Carpenter at The Listening Room Cafe Saturday, October 31

Werewolf Bar Mitzvah at High Watt at Mercy Lounge Saturday, October 31

Pretty Lights at Riverfront Park and Ascend Amphitheater Saturday, October 31

Chris Shrader at Legends Corner Saturday, October 31

Rickie Lee Tanner at Second Fiddle Saturday, October 31

Stephen Kelly Hunt at The Stage on Broadway Saturday, October 31

Jon Q Band at Hard Rock Cafe Saturday, October 31

Jon McLaughlin at City Winery Saturday, October 31

Luke Bryan: Interview & Acoustic Performance at Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Sunday, November 1

Cheersport's Nashville Grand Championship at Nashville Municipal Auditorium Sunday, November 1

So You Think You Can Dance at TPAC - Tennessee Performing Arts Center Sunday, November 1

Solemn Choral Evensong with Organ Concert at Christ Church Cathedral Sunday, November 1

Glory to the Holy One at Schermerhorn Symphony Center Monday, November 2

Signing Story Time at Nashville Public Library Monday, November 2

CMA Awards Kick-off Concert with Hunter Hayes at Bridgestone Arena Monday, November 2

Opry at the Ryman: Chase Bryant, The Quebe Sisters & More at Ryman Auditorium Tuesday, November 3

The Milk Carton Kids at TPAC - Tennessee Performing Arts Center Thursday, November 5

Killer Thrillers Book Club: Ghost Month at Nashville Public Library Thursday, November 5

Street Food Thursdays Thursday, November 5

Nashville International Auto Show at Music City Center Friday, November 6 - Sunday, November 8

Bruckner's Romantic Symphony at Schermerhorn Symphony Center Friday, November 6 - Saturday, November 7

Opry at the Ryman: Old Crow Medicine Show, Lauren Alaina & More at Ryman Auditorium Friday, November 6

Christopher Titus at TPAC - Tennessee Performing Arts Center Friday, November 6

Charlotte's Web at Nashville Children's Theatre Saturday, November 7

Crafts & Drafts at Nashville Farmers' Market Saturday, November 7

First Saturday Art Crawl at 5th Avenue of the Arts Saturday, November 7

Special Program: Bluegrass & Beyond at Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Saturday, November 7

Insight? Outta Site! Talk with Kenneth Bailey at Nashville Public Library Saturday, November 7

Opry at the Ryman: Old Crow Medicine Show, Lindi Ortega & More at Ryman Auditorium Saturday, November 7

Jamfest at Nashville Municipal Auditorium Saturday, November 7

Lettuce with The New Mastersounds at War Memorial Auditorium Saturday, November 7

Music City Muscle Championships at TPAC - Tennessee Performing Arts Center Saturday, November 7

Nashville Predators vs. St. Louis Blues at Bridgestone Arena Saturday, November 7

Jazz on the Cumberland at Cumberland Park Sunday, November 8

Sam's Place: Music for the Spirit at Ryman Auditorium Sunday, November 8

Give Thanks at Bridgestone Arena Sunday, November 8

Charlotte's Web at Nashville Children's Theatre Sunday, November 8

ZOOMA Nashville Women's 5K & Half Marathon at Bicentennial Mall Sunday, November 8

Hearts Unsung featuring Lady Antebellum & Special Guests at Schermerhorn Symphony Center Monday, November 9

Opry at the Ryman: Terri Clark, Craig Morgan & More at Ryman Auditorium Tuesday, November 10

The Music of U2 at Schermerhorn Symphony Center Tuesday, November 10

Nashville Predators vs. Ottawa Senators at Bridgestone Arena Tuesday, November 10

Charlotte's Web at Nashville Children's Theatre Wednesday, November 11

Sufjan Stevens at Ryman Auditorium Wednesday, November 11

Salon@615: Chelsea Clinton at Nashville Public Library Wednesday, November 11

Click here to see a complete calendar of all events happening in downtown Nashville!

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Convention Update

Large groups and events (500+ attendees) that are downtown October 28 - November 11, 2015 include Denny's Franchise Association (850, October 23 - 30), HIMSS Summit of the Southeast 2015 (600, October 27 - 30), CheerSport Grand Championship (5,000, November 1), National League of Cities (4,500, November 3 - 7), CMA Awards (15,000, November 4), Nashville Auto Show (5,000, November 5 - 8), JamFest Cheer & Dance (5,000, November 7), and Gypsum Management & Supply (1,200, November 11 - 13). For more information concerning conventions, call 615-259-4782. Click here for a complete listing of Nashville conventions: visitmusiccity.com/conventions.

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