Tennessee September 18, 2019
Browse Goods From Over 150 Vendors At The Nashville Show, The Largest Antique Show In Tennessee
Here in Tennessee, we have a deep appreciation for history, and yes, that means we also love furniture and home goods that have a lot of history to them as well. Thankfully, there are tons of events and shops around the state dedicated to selling antiques, but none of them are as big as The Nashville Show, an annual antique show in Nashville that features over 150 vendors from around the country. If you love antiques, you need to check this out.
The Nashville Show is a yearly antiques show that has been happening in Nashville for the last 30 years, drawing folks from all over the map.
In the past, they were called the Tailgate-Music Valley Antique Show, but even though the name changed, they still offer all of the great antiques that their fans have come to expect.
Not only do they have antique furniture and quilts -- they have loads of other stuff too, including all kinds of antique jewelry!
The Nashville Show features over 150 vendors every year and takes place at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds in Nashville. It lasts an entire weekend early in the year, typically in February.
Tickets to the show are $12 for general admission, which gets you in Thursday afternoon, all day Friday, and all day Saturday. Early bird tickets are also available for $25 and grant you admission Thursday morning as well as the rest of the show days. General admission tickets are sold at the event, but early bird tickets are available online before the event.
Just look at this beautiful china cabinet -- you can find tons of deals just like this all over at the Nashville Show.
So whether you're a serious antique hunter or you just want to check out what's on sale, be sure to visit The Nashville Show. The 2020 show is currently slated for February 13th through February 15th. We'll see you there!
Address: 625 Smith Avenue, Nashville, TN 37203
For more information about the show, including information about the schedule, anticipated vendors, and tickets, be sure to visit
The Nashville Show’s website or their Facebook page.
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