November 12 – January 2
Known for its iconic magical holiday events and activities for winter resort guests and locals to experience, A Country Christmas at Gaylord Opryland is guaranteed to bring joyful holiday cheer with an abundance of imaginative environments, interactive experiences, holiday themed activities, and exciting live entertainment designed for guests of all ages. Visitors will be further immersed in the resort’s Christmas showcase featuring over three million twinkling holiday lights in addition to dazzling fountain and light shows, towering Christmas trees, and dazzling over-the-top décor.
November 20 – January 9
When the sun goes down, the gardens light up for the prettiest holiday stroll of the season, featuring more than a million lights throughout Cheekwood’s 55 acres of beautiful botanic gardens. Enjoy seasonal favorites like real reindeer, a Poinsettia Tree, and TRAINS! lit up for the holidays.
November 23 – January 2
The City of Clarksville’s Christmas on the Cumberland is sure to create lasting memories this holiday season as thousands experience the captivating displays of over one million lights!
December 1 – 31
With more than 35,000 lights, 14,400W of electricity, and a mile of custom extension cords, Lights On Logan brightens up their Greenbrier neighborhood. Tune your car stereo to 103.9 FM when you arrive to hear the show.
November 25 – January 5
Visit Rutherford Counties largest light display with 800,000 lights! This annual event is in honor of precious London who tragically died in 2012.
November 25 – December 25
Winter Wonderland in 4T provides a Christmas light show to synced music. Several musical selections are added or changed throughout the season. The radio station to tune in to will be posted at the display. The holiday display has been voted Best Lights Display in Sumner County in the Gallatin News/Lee Company contest.
November 26 – January 1
Enjoy 10,000+ lights with multiple play lists. Tune in to 105.5 FM to hear the music.
November 25 – December 26
The only drive-through holiday lights spectacular in Williamson County, this year’s FrankTown Festival of Lights will feature over 200 displays that are synchronized to Christmas classics that guests can listen to on the radio as they enjoy the mile-long route. All proceeds support the work of FrankTown Open Hearts which is a nonprofit ministry that spiritually, emotionally, and physically enhances the lives of at-risk youth through mentoring and equipping them with life skills, offering spiritual development and academic tutoring services.
November 26 – December 31
In 2019, Lights on Sparrow Street and Lights on Old Charlotte combined to form Hoover Lights. Together they created one massive computerized Christmas light display in Chapel Hill, Tennessee, with over 80,000 lights. Watch and hear the synchronized light show from your vehicle by tuning the radio to 107.1 FM.
December 4 – 23
Sit back, relax, and enjoy your favorite holiday music while taking in the beautiful lights of Franklin during this hour and a half journey around Williamson County.
November 25 – December 31
Entering their 37th year of lights, Chad’s Winter Wonderland features nearly two million lights and includes a drive-thru Santa house & nativity scene, Christmas Train, live animals, and more. Don’t forget to bring your letter to Santa!
November 12 – January 2
The Dancing Lights of Christmas is a drive-thru display made up of more than one and a half million lights synced to music on the radio. Finish your trip off at Santa’s Village, featuring pony and train rides, inflatables, a rock wall, holiday shopping and treats, and photos with Santa. Buy a ticket online and enter code EarlyBird21 to get $5 off. Offer ends November 11.