Halloween and Other Fall Events Around Nashville

With Halloween coming up very soon and the fall finally arriving, it's times for colorful decorations, costumes and fun events.

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Halloween and Other Fall Events Around Nashville

Posted by Gary Ashton RE/MAX Advantage on Thursday, September 19th, 2013 at 3:49pm.

With Halloween coming up very soon and the fall finally arriving, it's times for colorful decorations, costumes and fun events. This is a fun time of year and for many, their favorite. Here are some of the many events happening throughout the fall in Nashville.

Here Come the Mummies - October 4th

This is a fun, scary and sexy show including The Mummies with plenty of songs. It will be held in the War Memorial Auditorium at 8pm.

Witchfinder General - October 5th

This is one of the best Movies @ Main and it will provide plenty of scary fun. With guest host Dr. Gangrene and this very popular horror movie, you can enjoy the Halloween season.

Fall Fest at The Hermitage - October 5th and 6th

Plenty of music, food, fun, history and art will be at the festival as you enjoy celebrating fall. This event will happen at the historic home of President Andrew Jackson and will include over 100 state and regional artists.

Vampire Weekend - October 7th

Sky Ferreirais will headline the event at the Ryman again. With plenty of African and punk rock music, this will be an event you'll be talking about for years.

Haunted Organ Concert - October 10th

With plenty of beautiful sound and a Halloween theme, this is a concert for all those in love with great music. It will happen at Wightman Chapel.

Fright Lights & Laser Dark - October 12th

This show is held at the Adventure Science Center and will provide all types of family-friendly fun. The cosmic concert will features pumpkins, skeletons, hamsters, spiders, lasers, stars and more. Music will include a variety of choices from Michael Jackson to Charlie Daniels Band and so many more.

Great Pumpkin Festival - October 24th

This event will happen at the Discovery Center from 4pm to 70m and will feature all types of pumpkins. Admission is $4 per person and everybody is welcome.

Fall TreesA few of the best ways to enjoy the city and the areas around the city are found throughout the fall. This is a great time of the year for all types of fun. Here are some of the things you can enjoy throughout the Music City.

Catch a Titans Game at LP Field

One of the top things to do in the fall involves a football game at LP Field. This is a great event for the entire family and the Titans always put on an excellent show.

Pedal Taverns in the Fall Breeze

If you want to enjoy the great weather, taking one of the pedal taverns is a great way do feel the breeze. This is a new way to enjoy the city.

Flea Market Fun

The many flea markets throughout the city provide all types of fun, but the Music City flea market is by far the best. It's open every fourth weekend of every month and provides all types of antique treasures.

A Drive to Arrington Vineyards

A 30-minute drive to Arrington Vineyards will provide one of the best ways to enjoy wine and food. This is one of the top escapes from Nashville and the drive is beautiful.

Catch a Show at Fontanel's Woods Amphitheater

If you enjoy music, this is one of the best places to catch a show. This outdoor venue is perfect for local artists and fun.

Gentry's Farm for the Entire Family

With all kinds of fun, this farm is found in Franklin and provides all types of fun throughout October. With pumpkin picking, corn mazes and all types of family adventure, this is a great way to enjoy the fall.

A Picnic at Percy Warner

Percy Warner is a beautiful park and provides plenty of trails for fresh air. Take a picnic and enjoy the cool, fall weather here.

Anything you can find to do outside, during the fall, will provide all types of fun in Nashville. The air will feel excellent, the leaves are changing colors and this is the time of the year for outdoor fun.

Fall is a great time of year with the trees changing colors, the weather cooling off just enough and plenty of great events throughout the Music City. Corn mazes become very popular and a part of many festivals throughout the month of October. Here are some of the top choices for your corn maze experience this year.

Norman Farm - 19 miles from Nashville

This is more than just a place for a simple corn maze. Bring the entire family and enjoy hayrides, farm animals, the pumpkin patch and the corn maze. It's found in Hendersonville at 512 Jones Lane.

Gentry Farm - 22 miles from Nashville

With nature trails, play areas, a pumpkin patch, farm animals, barns and a corn maze, this is the perfect choice for plenty of family fun. The farm is found in Franklin at 1970 Highway 96 West.

Shuckles Corn Maze - 25 miles from Nashville

Many activities make Shuckles a top choice for the fall season. Children can participate in pony rides, face painting, a moonbounce, pumpkin slingshot, the corn maze and more. They even provide flashlight nights and a kiddie corn maze. You can find Shuckles in Gallatin off Lower Station Camp Creek Road.

Honeysuckle Hill Farm - 30 miles from Nashville

A regular farm transformed into fall fun for everybody, Honeysuckle provides exactly what you're looking for with a pumpkin patch, corn maze, hayrides and farm animals. It’s found in Springfield at 3028 Meadow Court.

Rippavilla Corn Maze - 36 miles from Nashville

A corn maze with plenty to offer, Rippavilla is known for offering excellent field trips for children. It's found in Spring Hill on Main Street.

RiverView Mounds Century Farm - 46 miles from Nashville

A very old farm with more than 177 years in the same family, RiverView Mounds offers hayride tours, farm animals, a pumpkin patch and a corn maze. This farm is found in Clarksville off Boyd Rinehart Road.

Autumn Acres Corn Maze & Pumpkin Patch - 110 miles from Nashville

It may be a long ways from Nashville, but Autumn Acres is one of the largest and most popular corn mazes in the state. You will discover a 12-acre corn maze, eight acres of pumpkins, gourds, sunflowers and so much more here. Activities are provided for the entire family. Autumn Acres is found in Crossville at 1096 Baier Road.


Gary Ashton

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