Ring in 2014 in the hottest city in the nation right now…Nashville! From a huge outdoor celebration in downtown Nashville to a nice quiet dinner, this is your go-to guide for all things New Year’s Eve in Nashville.
Keep checking back right here because we’ll be adding events and happenings up until New Year’s Eve which is Tuesday, December 31, 2013.
Music City New Year’s Eve Bash:
Party in downtown Nashville with an outdoor concert and a music note drop at midnight. Every year, Broadway in downtown Nashville is blocked off and filled with thousands of people to ring in the new year. This year’s celebration will feature performances by Hank Williams Jr as well as Blackberry Smoke and Brett Eldredge. Best of all, it’s free!
The Nashville White Out NYE Party:
The Nashville White Out New Year’s Eve Party at The Greenhouse will be one of the biggest parties in Nashville on December 31, 2013. Featuring three national touring DJ’s , a huge dance floor, party favors, a photobooth and twelve bars. You won’t want to miss this sell-out event. Tickets are $35 for general admission and $75 for VIP. Get more information and purchase tickets.
W.O. Smith Junior Advisory Board and The Phoenix Club are hosting The Fire Ball – Ignite the Night – NYE Party on Tuesday, December 31st from 9pm to 2am at W.O. Smith Community Music School. Tickets include a top self open bar, heavy hor d’oeuvres served all night, and music. Also, there will be Puckett’s breakfast buffet opening at Midnight for those late night cravings. Tickets are $125 and can be purchased here.
South Restaurant & Bar on Demonbreun is having a New Year’s Eve Celebration on Tuesday, December 31, 2013 at 8pm. There will be a $20 cover which includes a champagne toast. DJ Brady will provide lively music all night. Get more information.
The Tippler in Midtown is having a Vaudeville themed New Year’s Eve celebration. Join them on Tuesday, December 31st from 9am to 3am. Music City Burlesque will be there. Tickets are $30 in advance and $40 at the door. There are also VIP tickets available for $150 which includes an open bar until midnight. More information and purchase tickets.
M Street is hosting a New Year’s Eve Party on Tuesday, December 31st at 10:00pm. One ticket will get you into four locations including The Rosewall, Citizen, Saint Anejo, and Virago. Tickets will include 2 drink tickets, DJs, party favors, red carpet photos, dancers and a balloon drop. Tickets are $50 in advance and can be purchased here. Tickets will increase to $75 the week of NYE.
Pop vs Hop – New Year’s Eve at Dan McGuinness:
Dan McGuinness on Demonbreun is hosting a New Year’s Eve party featuring DJ GhostTown and DJAydamn. The party starts at 9pm and there’s a $10 early cover. Drink specials will include $3 domestic beers and $2 PBR Tallboys. Get more information.
Ring in the New Year at No. 308:
The popular East Nashville bar, No. 308, is having a New Year’s Eve celebration to ring in 2014. It’s a $10 cover which includes a free champagne toast, rockin’ music by DJ RG and of course, a photobooth.
Soulshine New Year’s Eve Party with Midnight Riders:
Soulshine Pizza in Midtown is having a New Year’s Eve party featuring the Midnight Riders, an Allman Brothers tribute band. The show is free and starts at 9pm. There will be a champagne toast at midnight!
Bassnectar 360° New Years at Bridgestone:
A Bassnectar concert on New Year’s Eve is becoming a tradition. With a sold out show last year, Bassnectar is back again at Bridgestone arena on December 31, 2013 at 9pm. Zion-I and ill-esha will be also be performing. The stage will fully rotate around, hence, the 360° New Years name.
Old Crow Medicine Show at the Ryman:
SOLD OUT. Old Crow draws quite the crowd, and their two nights at the intimate Ryman Auditorium are already sold out. You may be able to snag tickets on Craigslist, though.
Moon Taxi at Marathon Music Works:
Nashville’s progressive rock band Moon Taxi is everywhere, from Hangout Festival to Forecastle Festival to Fly Free Fest. They’ll ring in the new year at Marathon Music Works, which will surely be an incredible musical performance and light show. Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 day of show. Ages 18+ only.
Guilty Pleasures at 3rd and Lindsley:
If your heart beats to the sounds of the 80s, Guilty Pleasures at 3rd and Lindsley might be your Nashville NYE go-to. Tickets are $50 for standing room and $75 for reserved seating. The event is 21+ only.
VIP Dinner with Brett Eldredge:
Experience a VIP Dinner with Brett Eldredge at the Wildhorse Saloon before he takes the stage at the Bash on Broadway. Tickets include a BBQ buffet dinner, a short set performed by Brett while you dine, a champagne toast led by Brett, photo with Brett Exclusive, and a limited edition Brett on Broadway NYE poster. Get more details.
The Southern is serving up a distinctive three-course prix fixe dinner created by Executive Chef Matt Farley. There are three time slots available. Prices range from $65-$95 depending on your reservation time.
Sambuca’s Rockin’ New Year’s Eve Party will include a three-course dinner and live music. Music will be performed by legendary blues / R&B artist Stacy Mitchhart.
The Silly Goose:
The Silly Goose in East Nashville will offer 6-course prix fixe New Year’s Eve menu. The dinner will be $85 per person.
Are you headed to downtown Nashville from Lebanon, Mt. Juliet, Hermitage or Donelson? You’re in luck! The Music City Star is running on New Year’s Eve for just $12 per person. You would spend more than that on parking downtown.
- Lebanon Station (334 W. Baddour Parkway) at 6:40pm
- Martha (65 Martha Circle) at 6:51pm
- Mt. Juliet (22 E. Division St.) at 7pm
- Hermitage (4121 Andrew Jackson Parkway) at 7:08pm
- Donelson (2705 Lebanon Pike) at 7:15pm
The Music City star arrives at Riverfront Station at 7:30pm. The return train will leave Riverfront Station 30 minutes after the fireworks show ends and stop at all the stations. Get more details and purchase tickets.