Free Stuff To Do Around Nashville On Thanksgiving Weekend

Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful and a time to spend with the family, but what happens after eating is over? You could always sit there and watch football and our favorite take a nap after eating all of that food. What if you're wanting to get out of the house? Chances are if you are getting out it's to go stand in line for deals right?

Shopping on Thanksgiving not your thing? Don't worry we got you! We've found some things to do around Nashville this weekend that are FREE! Over at the Country Music Hall of Fame at 4:30 on Thanksgiving it's their annual Country Music Hall of Fame's Deck the Hall. On Friday they will be lighting the tree in the Mike Curb Conservatory at the museum. 

 

Country music star Cassadee Pope will be performing for FREE starting at 4:30p on Friday. Then on Saturday and Sunday, Santa will be there!  

 

Another fun and free thing to do this Thanksgiving weekend is, Family day at Loveless. The good people over at Loveless have a family event happening on Friday from 10a-2p. During this event, there will be face painting, free photos with Santa and Mrs. Claus and so much more fun stuff! 

To get more information about Family Day, CLICK HERE!

 

If you're going to be at the Country Music Hall of Fame this weekend String City will be there! String City will be doing a puppet show, String City: Nashville's Tradition of Music and Puppetry. This show will take place at Ford Theater inside of the museum on Friday and Saturday. 

The show is for all music lovers of all ages. The show is co-presented by the Nashville Public Library's Wishing Chair Productions and the Country Music Hall of Fame. Showtimes are are 10a and 11:30a Friday and Saturday. 

 
 

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