Things to do in Nashville In November

Ahhhh, November. The month of autumn leaves, cozy sweaters, gathering with friends and family, and eating WAY too much turkey and stuffing.

Before you break out your favorite pair of stretchy pants for that Thanksgiving feast, check out some other great events going on in Nashville this month.

Bacon Eggs and Kegs

It’s every basic white girl’s dream come true! Brunch, libations, and fall weather, with activities for days including life-size yard games (Yahtzee, Jenga), Bacon Bingo, and live entertainment. The event will be held from 11-3 at First Tennessee Park at the Band Box. Tickets are $45 and include all-you-can-enjoy beverages. Food trucks will be available with most serving $5 brunch dishes.

Turn down for Brunch! Tickets here.

November 10: Harvest Moon benefiting Second Harvest Food Bank

Join in on the fight against hunger from 6:30-11pm at the Loveless Barn. The special 40th anniversary event features live party band the Atlanta Allstars, a live auction, catering by Loveless Cafe, and of course, adult beverages. Get tickets using the link above.


The first annual Denim Days Festival is a two-day shopping event at Marathon Music Works, where denim enthusiasts can browse vintage denim and buy from their favorite designers. There will also be workshops from local artisans, live music, selfie stations, and food vendors. You may even find a new pair of jeans or vintage denim jacket to complete your Thanksgiving living room ensemble.

Tickets are $10 advance/$15 at the door


I know, I know. If you’re one of those who likes to make others feel guilty by enjoying the Christmas season prior to Thanksgiving, then you can skip this post. But for all the others, don’t miss the classic White Christmas by Irving Berlin live on the TPAC stage. It may not be chilly in Nashville yet, but we can always dream of snow.

Get tickets here.

November 25th: Manchester Orchestra

If you haven’t seen the critically-acclaimed Atlanta-based indie rock band Manchester Orchestra live, you are in for a treat. And what better place to see them than the Mother Church? The band has been around since 2004 and their most recent release A Black Mile to the Surface went to number 2 on iTunes after its release. With smooth, unique lead vocals from Andy Hull and stellar songwriting, it’s a show you won’t want to miss. Tickets here.

Gobble, gobble.