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January 22, 2022

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Nashville’s New Year’s Eve Bash: What to Know

Information about the event schedule; parking and transportation; road closures and more.

The live show for Jack Daniel’s New Year’s Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash at Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park will be anchored by headliners Dierks Bentley and Zac Brown Band, with additional mainstage guest artists. The concert is free and open to the public. The five-hour television celebration on CBS will feature nearly 50 performances from a dozen locations in downtown, including acts from Lower Broadway’s honky-tonks, bars and clubs that will be part of the broadcast. It will be aired on the CBS Television Network, and available to stream live and on demand on Paramount+.

The CBS special will be hosted by radio and TV personality Bobby Bones and co-hosted by Rachel Smith of “Entertainment Tonight.” This year’s celebration marks the first time for Music City to anchor an entire New Year’s Eve national TV special. The TV show will broadcast from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. and resume at 10:30 p.m. after a 30-minute break for news. The CBS show will conclude at 12:30 a.m.

Gates for the live show at Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park will open at 4:30 p.m. The Fisk Jubilee Singers, a world-renowned ensemble, will perform a selection of spiritual music at the top of the show. The five-hour broadcast will cross multiple time zones, with a countdown at midnight Eastern Time, culminating with the renowned Nashville Music Note Drop® and two-minutes of fireworks at midnight Central Time. As a live event, New Year’s Eve generates as much as $26.2 million in direct visitor spending and an attendance of 200,000.

Please note: All individuals wishing to enter the Big Bash site are required to show the following:

  • Must have proof of a negative PCR test within the last 72 hours.
  • However, an individual may volunteer proof of a COVID-19 vaccine without a negative test.

This is not an attempt to compel proof of vaccination.

The CBS show will feature performances from Jason Aldean, Jimmie Allen, Kelsea Ballerini, Gabby Barrett, Dierks Bentley, Brooks & Dunn, Luke Bryan, Elle King, Miranda Lambert, Darius Rucker, Blake Shelton, Cole Swindell, Zac Brown Band and more. Some performances will not be open to the public but will be shown on the CBS broadcast.

Keep up with new details: visitmusiccity.com/newyearseve.

About the CBS broadcast
Paramount+ Premium subscribers will have access to stream live via the live feed of their local CBS affiliate on the service as well as on-demand. Essential tier subscribers will have access to the on-demand the following day after the special airs.

Don’t miss

  • Mayor John Cooper and the Fisk Jubilee Singers will take the stage at 6 p.m.
  • There will be two countdowns to midnight. The first will take place at midnight Eastern Time with midnight Central Time being the show’s highlight with the Music Note Drop and two minutes of fireworks.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • This year marks the 13th New Year’s Eve event and fifth year at Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park.
  • Music Note: The red Music Note that will be dropped at midnight CT is 16 feet tall and approximately 400 pounds. It is made of aluminum and acrylic and contains more than 13,000 LED pixels. The Music Note tower will be 138 feet tall.
  • Selfie Stations: There are three selfie stations with giant props this year:
    • 2022 sign near the Bell Carillon is 10 feet tall and includes 1,000 LED puck lights.
    • Advance Financial Picture Frame is also near Bell Carillon with the state Capitol, the concert stage and Music Note tower as your backdrop.
    • Red light-up Music Note sign at State Lot 4 off Sixth Avenue near the Info Tent.
  • Lots of Lights: Many downtown buildings will keep their lights on to celebrate New Year’s Eve and help Music City shine on national TV, including the State Capitol, Historic Metro Courthouse, Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge (KVB) and AT&T/Batman Building.
  • Fireworks: There will be several seconds of pyro bursts from the Music Note tower and Capitol Hill during the midnight ET countdown, followed by a longer two-minute display at the stroke of midnight CT when the Music Note drops.
  • DJ: DJ Aydamn will take the stage from 6:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.
  • Two Hosts: The CBS special will be hosted by radio and TV personality Bobby Bones and co-hosted by Rachel Smith of “Entertainment Tonight.” Bones is the host of the nationally syndicated iHeartRadio program “The Bobby Bones Show,” which broadcasts to over 185 stations and is the #1 country morning show with millions of monthly listeners. His breakout TV series for National Geographic, “Breaking Bobby Bones,” is streaming now on Disney+. He has served as the official in-house mentor on ABC’s “American Idol,” he won season 27 of ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars,” and he serves as host and executive producer of Circle Network’s “Opry.” He hosts the fan-favorite podcast “BobbyCast,” and is a two-time New York Times #1 bestselling author, touring stand-up comedian and philanthropist. Smith joined the top-rated, Emmy® Award-winning entertainment newsmagazine “Entertainment Tonight,” as a New York-based correspondent for the show’s 39th season. Recently, Smith served as a guest correspondent for ET and is known as the host of the ABC syndicated weekly series “On the Red Carpet” and as a correspondent for both ABC’s “Good Morning America” and “Nightline.” She was crowned Miss USA 2007.
  • Nashville’s Big Bash is collectingonline donations for Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. QR codes on event signage will offer attendees opportunities to donate. Please note, there will be no on-site food collection bins.

FUN FACTS

  • Biodegradable Confetti: 100 pounds of confetti will shower down on revelers at the stroke of midnight. The rice paper confetti will be cleaned up immediately after the event concludes. Any confetti that is missed during cleanup should dissolve within two rainfalls.
  • Production Crew: On the busiest day of setup, there will be more than 300 production crew staff working to build the stage and setting up other elements for the concert, fireworks and Music Note Drop.
  • Production Equipment: The event will use 75 production trucks, 28 pieces of heavy equipment, 624 lighting fixtures, more than three miles of fiber optic video cable, 2,000 cable ramps, more than five miles of power cable lines to power the event, 210 audio speakers and 160,000 square feet of flooring. The stage will be 7,200 square feet.
  • Video Screens and Message Boards: Thirteen throughout the event site, including five within the concert viewing area.

GETTING AROUND

  • Safety and Security: The event’s perimeter will be fenced and include six entry points conveniently located around the site. Attendees should expect to walk through metal detectors as they enter. Bags and purses may be searched. There will be five public first aid tents.
  • Info Tent: There will be two information booths: Off Sixth Avenue in parking lot near the Heat Tent and off Seventh Avenue near the Tennessee State Museum parking lot. Free handwarmers. Fill out a survey and earn the chance to win VIP access and airline tickets. QR codes will be available so surveys can be done on your mobile phone. Event information teams will roam the site to assist visitors on details like the concert schedule to where everything is located. “Lost and Found” will be located at the Info Tents from 4 p.m. to 11 p.m.; at the Gold Circle Main Entrance from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.; and at the Nashville Visitor Center from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. on New Year’s Day.
  • Food trucks: Main cluster in State Lot 8 at Sixth and Harrison, with additional food trucks located at the Tennessee State Museum parking lot off Seventh Avenue. Both locations will have beverage stations nearby.
  • Neighborhood Taproom Tent: Enjoy craft beers in the tent near Jefferson Street.
  • Celebrate Responsibly: A designated driver area will offer complimentary coffee, sodas and water for designated drivers, sponsored by Coca-Cola Consolidated, Dr Pepper Zero and Tennessee Highway Safety Office: Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk. Located near the James Robertson Parkway entrance near Sixth and Harrison.
  • Heated tents: To help keep attendees comfortable, two heated tents will be available – the Neighborhood Taproom near Jefferson Street and another one off Sixth Avenue in State Lot 4.
  • Portable toilets: More than 250 will be located at three locations – Seventh Avenue, Sixth Avenue and Sixth and Harrison.
  • Merchandise: Event merchandise will be on sale in two tents located at Sixth Avenue near the Heated Tent and on Seventh Avenue between the Nashville Farmers’ Market and the Tennessee State Museum. Items include long-sleeve event t-shirts, koozies, hats, gloves and ponchos. Hours: 4 p.m. to 11 p.m.
  • Nashville Farmers’ Market: The building will be closed to the public for a private, ticketed event. Tickets are available for the Music City Gold Circle Party.

WEBSITE

Go to visitmusiccity.com/newyearseve for everything New Year’s Eve, including event schedule, transportation information, site map, FAQs and more.

Event Schedule for Friday, Dec. 31, 2021
(All times CT. Artists and times subject to change)

4:30 p.m. | Event site opens
6:00 p.m. | Mayor John Cooper joined by the Fisk Jubilee Singers® with Emcee Kelly Sutton
6:30 p.m. | DJ Aydamn
7 p.m. | CBS Broadcast with headliners Zac Brown Band and Dierks Bentley, along with special guests
11 p.m. | Pyro burst from top of the Music Note tower and Capitol Hill to celebrate midnight ET
11:55 p.m. | Countdown and Music Note Drop with pyrotechnics and confetti. Two-minute fireworks show at midnight.
12:30 a.m. | Program concludes

PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION

Attendees will have a variety of safe, affordable transportation options. The Tennessee Highway Safety Office reminds everyone to drive safely this New Year’s Eve. For those who will be drinking, please plan ahead to have a sober ride home. Law enforcement partners will be out in full force during the Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk campaign to keep impaired drivers off the roadways. Keep up to date on all parking and transportation options.

Nearby Parking
To locate parking downtown, visit www.parkitdowntown.com.

Ride Share & Taxi Services Drop Off and Pick Up Locations

  • James Robertson Parkway between Fourth Avenue and Rep. John Lewis Way
  • James Robertson Parkway from Charlotte Pike to Rosa L. Parks Boulevard (Capitol Hill side)
  • Rosa L. Parks Boulevard from Nashville Farmers’ Market entrance to Tenth Circle North
  • Jefferson Street between Sixth Avenue and Rosa L. Parks Boulevard

Ride Share & Taxi Staging Area

  • Parking lots located at Tenth Circle North near Charlotte Avenue

ADA Vehicle Passenger Unloading & Loading Zones

  • Vehicles with ADA Permit Hangtags or License Plates will be allowed to drop off and pick up near Nashville Farmers’ Market accessible from Rosa L. Parks Boulevard. Vehicles will utilize event designated area in Nashville Farmers’ Market parking lot for drop-off and pick-up only.

Scooter Corral Locations

  • James Robertson Parkway between Sixth Avenue and Seventh Avenue (on the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park Plaza)
  • Parking Lot at Harrison Street and Fourth Avenue (SW corner of intersection)
  • Rep. John Lewis Way at Junior Gilliam Way (east side of street between the tree wells)

Bicycle Storage Stations

  • James Robertson Parkway between Sixth Avenue and Seventh Avenue (on the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park Plaza)
  • Jefferson Street at Seventh Avenue (SW corner of intersection)
  • Parking Lot at Harrison Street and Fourth Avenue (SW corner of intersection)

WeGo Transit

Beginning at 6 p.m. Friday, Dec. 31, free bus rides will be available on WeGo Public Transit bus routes, and service on 17 routes will be extended until 2:30 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 1, 2022. The WeGo Star special event train will also be available on New Year’s Eve as a safe ride for those celebrating the new year. Masks are required onboard all WeGo vehicles.

WeGo Bus Service (Sunday/Holiday service until 11:15 p.m., additional service begins at 12:45 a.m.)
WeGo will operate Sunday/Holiday bus service until 11:15 p.m. Customer Care personnel will be available to assist customers from 6:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. on New Year’s Eve. All buses will operate on detours through Downtown but will resume regular routing once out of the downtown area. Additional service from downtown only will begin after the event on the following bus routes departing from WeGo Central at 12:45 a.m., 1:30 a.m., and 2:30 a.m.

3 – West End/White Bridge
4 – Shelby
5 – West End/Bellvue
7 – Hillsboro
8 – 8th Ave South
14 – Whites Creek
17 – 12th Ave South
18 – Airport
19 – Herman

22 – Bordeaux
23 – Dickerson
29 – Jefferson
34 – Opry Mills
50 – Charlotte
52 – Nolensville
55 – Murfreesboro
56 – Gallatin Pike

A detailed schedule of bus operations for the evening is available on WeGoTransit.com.

Park & Rides are available outside of Downtown and accessible by the select late night routes at the following locations:

  • Vanderbilt University parking lots on Natchez Trace (Route 3)
  • Bellevue Park & Ride (Route 5)
  • Dollar General at Hickory Plaza (Route 52)
  • Hickory Hollow Global Mall at The Crossings (Route 55)
  • Madison Square behind Job Billiards (Route 56)

WeGo Service to Event (6:15 p.m. – 2:15 a.m.)
Effective 6:15 p.m., WeGo will operate a free bus exclusively between Broadway and the concert/fireworks at Bicentennial Mall. A stop will be located on Seventh Avenue North between Commerce Street and Broadway and at Bicentennial Mall on James Robertson Parkway between Sixth and Seventh Avenues. These buses will run a continuous loop between Seventh Avenue North and the Bicentennial Mall for event goers, leaving approximately every 10 minutes until 2:15 a.m.

New Year’s Eve Train (arrives at Riverfront at 8 p.m., departs at 1:30 a.m.)
An allotment of 670 tickets is available to the general public. Round-trip tickets cost $15 plus a $2 processing fee and are available for purchase at ticketsnashville.com. Tickets will be on sale until 24 hours prior to departure or until they are sold out, whichever comes first. Children aged 4 and younger will not need a ticket to board; however, they will be required to sit in a parent’s lap.

The New Year’s Eve train schedule is as follows:

  • Lebanon Station | 7:00 p.m.
  • Hamilton Springs Station | 7:07 p.m.
  • Martha Station | 7:13 p.m.
  • Mt. Juliet Station | 7:22 p.m.
  • Hermitage Station | 7:30 p.m.
  • Donelson Station | 7:37 p.m.

Upon arrival at Riverfront Station, buses will be available to take customers directly to Bicentennial Mall.

For the Star’s return trip, buses will load on James Robertson between Sixth and Seventh Avenues and will proceed directly to Riverfront Station between midnight and 1 a.m. WeGo staff will be on hand to assist and direct passengers. The Star will depart at 1:30 a.m.

Weekday WeGo Star tickets and passes are not accepted on the New Year’s Eve train. Folding chairs will be allowed onboard. Any items that will not fit underneath the seat, such as bikes and wagons, are not permitted on the train. Coolers of any size are not permitted on the train or at the event. All personal items are subject to search.

Anyone needing special accommodations to board should call 615-862-5950 prior to their trip.

For detailed bus service information, please consult the route schedules on our website at WeGoTransit.com. Customers can also check one of the mobile real-time information tools such as Google Transit or the Transit App or contact Customer Care at 615-862-5950.

GUIDELINES AND SECURITY PROCEDURES

The NCVC is planning for more than 200,000 attendees. Event goers should be aware of the following guidelines that will be strictly enforced by event personnel. The event’s perimeter will be fenced and include six entry points conveniently located around the site. Attendees should expect to walk through metal detectors as they enter. Bags and purses may be searched. Lockers will be available at the James Robertson entrance for oversize bags. Exits will be clearly marked with giant illuminated globes. A complete list of House Rules is available.

COVID-19 Protocol
All individuals wishing to enter the New Year’s Eve event site are required to show the following:

  • Must have proof of a negative COVID-19 test within the last 72 hours.
  • However, an individual may volunteer proof of a COVID-19 vaccination without a timely negative test. This is not an attempt to compel proof of vaccination.

All individuals 11 years of age and older are required to adhere to this requirement.

Permitted items

  • Small bags with maximum measurement of 16” by 10” by 4”
  • Handheld, personal-sized umbrellas (up to 36 inches)
  • Personal cameras

Prohibited items

  • No guns, knives, weapons or other dangerous devices of any kind
  • No backpacks or luggage
  • No coolers
  • No outside alcoholic beverages (Only alcoholic beverages purchased from a designated official event vendor are permitted.)
  • No illegal substances, drugs or drug paraphernalia
  • No fireworks
  • No laser pointers
  • No pets (service animals are permitted)
  • No drones or other remote-controlled aerial or ground-based devices
  • No unauthorized vending, sales, sampling, solicitation or distribution of materials including handbills, flyers, stickers, beach balls, giveaways, etc. (event credentials required)
  • No wagons or pull-carts
  • No unauthorized personal transport devices, including bicycles, rollerblades, skateboards, Segways, golf carts, mopeds, scooters, electric scooters (Bird, Lime, Spin, Lyft, Jump, Gotcha, Bolt), or any personal motorized vehicles other than wheelchairs or ADA devices (event credentials required)
  • No pedicabs or pedal taverns
  • No unauthorized amplification devices which disrupt event production, including handheld megaphones
  • No other noisemakers (musical instruments, bullhorns, air horns, whistles, etc.)
  • No performances or demonstrations of any type outside of the designated Freedom of Expression zone
  • No chairs of any type
  • No pop-up tents
  • No beach or pole-style umbrellas
  • No inserting stakes, poles or any other objects into the ground or using ropes, cords, tape, etc. to reserve space
  • No blankets or ground tarps
  • No hammocks or attaching anything to any park structures or trees
  • No audio recorders or video cameras
  • No camera stands, monopods, tripods, attachment sticks or selfie sticks
  • No aerosol containers of any kind
  • No sealed containers of any kind
  • No throwing objects
  • No smoking, e-cigs or vaping outside of designated smoking area
  • No professional-grade radios or walkie-talkies
  • No large chains or spiked jewelry
  • No signs, flags on sticks or poles
  • No pepper spray
  • Phone recordings of concerts are illegal: No bootleg recordings, streaming or reposting

 

ROAD CLOSURES

Road closures associated with setup of the event and event day include the following:

Tuesday, December 14, 2021
3:00 p.m.

Close Parking Spaces on 7th Avenue North from Jefferson Street to Harrison Street (REMOVE CONES on Tuesday, January 4, 2022 at 6pm)

Close Parking Spaces on 6th Avenue North from Harrison Street to Jefferson Street (REMOVE CONES on Wednesday, January 5, 2022 by 6pm)

Close 7th Avenue North from Jefferson Street to Harrison (REOPEN on Tuesday, January 4, 2022 by 6pm)

Close 6th Avenue North from Harrison Street to Jefferson Street (REOPEN on Wednesday, January 5, 2022 by 6pm)

Close Jackson Street from 6th Avenue North to 7th Avenue North (REOPEN on Wednesday, January 5, 2022 by 6pm)

Close Junior Gilliam Way from Rep. John Lewis Way to 6th Avenue North (REOPEN on Wednesday, January 5, 2022 by 6pm

Close 4th Avenue North (North of Harrison Street to Stadium Roundabout) (REOPEN Wednesday, January 5, 2022 by 6pm)

Close Sidewalks on 7th Avenue North (Jefferson Street to Harrison Street) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Wednesday, January 5, 2022 by 6pm)

Close Sidewalks on 6th Avenue North (Harrison Street to Jefferson Street) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Wednesday, January 5, 2022 by 6pm)

Close Sidewalks on Jackson Street (7th Avenue North to 6th Avenue North) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Wednesday, January 5, 2022 by 6pm)

Close Northside Sidewalks on Harrison Street (7th Avenue North to 6th Avenue North) — closed for set-up as needed (REOPEN Wednesday, January 5, 2022 by 6pm)

Close Southside Sidewalks on Jefferson Street (7th Avenue North to 6th Avenue North) — closed for set-up as needed (REOPEN Monday, January 3, 2022 by 6pm)

Close Sidewalks on Junior Gilliam Way (Rep. John Lewis Way to 6th Avenue) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Wednesday, January 5, 2022 by 6pm)

Close Sidewalks on 4th Avenue North (North of Harrison Street to Stadium Roundabout) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Wednesday, January 5, 2022 by 6pm)

Monday, December 27, 2021
6:00 a.m.

Close Harrison Street from 6th Avenue North to Rep. John Lewis Way (REOPEN on Monday, January 3, 2022 by 6pm)

Close Harrison Street from 7th Avenue North to 6th Avenue North (REOPEN on Monday, January 3, 2022 by 6pm)

Close Harrison Street from 8th Avenue North to 7th Avenue North (REOPEN on Monday, January 3, 2022 by 6pm)

Close 6th Avenue North from James Robertson Parkway to Harrison Street (REOPEN on Monday, January 3, 2022 by 6pm)

Close 7th Avenue North from James Robertson Parkway to Harrison Street (REOPEN on Monday, January 3, 2022 by 6pm)

Close Sidewalks on Harrison Street (Rep. John Lewis Way to 6th Avenue North) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Monday, January 3, 2022 by 6pm)

Close Southside Sidewalks on Harrison Street (7th Avenue North to 6th Avenue North) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Monday, January 3, 2022 by 6pm)

Close Sidewalks on Harrison Street (8th Avenue North to 7th Avenue North) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Monday, January 3, 2022 by 6pm)

Close Sidewalks on Rep. John Lewis Way (James Robertson Parkway to Jefferson Street) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Monday, January 3, 2022 by 6pm)

Close Sidewalks on 6th Avenue North (James Robertson Parkway to Harrison Street) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Monday, January 3, 2022 by 6pm)

Close Sidewalks on 7th Avenue North (James Robertson Parkway to Harrison Street) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Monday, January 3, 2022 by 6pm)

Close Sidewalks on 8th Avenue North (Harrison Street to Jefferson Street) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Sunday, January 2, 2022 by 5pm)

Wednesday, December 29, 2021
5:00 a.m.

Close north-bound lane of Rep. John Lewis Way (Harrison Street to Junior Gilliam Way) (REOPEN Monday, January 3, 2022 by 6pm)

Reroute center lane of Rep. John Lewis Way from Harrison Street to Junior Gilliam Way to north-bound one-way traffic (REOPEN by Monday, January 3, 2022 by 6pm) — Place 50 orange cones at NE corner of Rep. John Lewis Way and Harrison Street and 50 orange cones at SE corner of Junior Gilliam Way and Rep. John Lewis Way.

5:00 p.m.

Bag all meters on 8th Avenue (James Robertson Parkway to Commerce Street) — NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS Saturday, January 1, 2022)

Bag all meters on Rep. John Lewis Way (Jefferson Street to Commerce Street) — NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS Saturday, January 1, 2022)

Bag all meters on Commerce Street (8th Avenue to 5th Avenue) — NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS Saturday, January 1, 2022)

Cover all “NO PARKING 6AM to 6PM”, “LOADING ZONE”, “PARKING BY PERMIT ONLY” or “NO PARKING” signs on 8th Avenue (Commerce Street to James Robertson Parkway) — NO PARKING (through Saturday, January 1, 2022) (REMOVE COVERS Saturday, January 1, 2022)

Cover all “NO PARKING 6AM to 6PM”, “LOADING ZONE”, “PARKING BY PERMIT ONLY” or “NO PARKING” signs on Rep. John Lewis Way (Commerce Street to James Robertson Parkway) — NO PARKING (through Saturday, January 1, 2022) (REMOVE COVERS Saturday, January 1, 2022)

Cover all “NO PARKING 6AM to 6PM”, “LOADING ZONE”, “PARKING BY PERMIT ONLY” or “NO PARKING” signs on Commerce Street (8th Avenue to Rep. John Lewis Way) — NO PARKING (through Saturday, January 1, 2022) (REMOVE COVERS Saturday, January 1, 2022)

Cover all “NO PARKING 6AM to 6PM”, “LOADING ZONE”, “PARKING BY PERMIT ONLY” or “NO PARKING” signs on James Robertson Parkway (8th Avenue to Rep. John Lewis Way) — NO PARKING (through Saturday, January 1, 2022) REMOVE COVERS Saturday, January 1, 2022)

Friday, December 31, 2021
5:00 a.m.

Close Rep. John Lewis Way (Harrison Street to Junior Gilliam Way) (REOPEN Monday, January 3, 2022 by 6pm)

Close Rep. John Lewis Way (James Robertson Parkway to Harrison Street) (REOPEN Saturday, January 1, 2022 by 2am)

Close Harrison Street (4th Avenue to Rep. John Lewis Way) (REOPEN Saturday, January 1, 2022 by 2am)

Close Parking Lane on James Robertson Parkway (4th Avenue to 8th Avenue) — NO PARKING (REMOVE CONES Saturday, January 1, 2022 at 6am)

Close Sidewalks on Jefferson Street (3rd Avenue North to 6th Avenue North) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Saturday, January 1, 2022 by 6am)

Close Northside Sidewalks on Jefferson Street (6th Avenue North to 7th Avenue North) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Saturday, January 1, 2022 by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on Jefferson Street (7th Avenue North to 8th Avenue North) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Saturday, January 1, 2022 by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on Harrison Street (Rep. John Lewis Way to 3rd Avenue North) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Saturday, January 1, 2022 by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on James Robertson Parkway (3rd Avenue North to 8th Avenue North) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Saturday, January 1, 2022 by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on Junior Gilliam Way (3rd Avenue North to Rep. John Lewis Way) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Saturday, January 1, 2022 by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on 3rd Avenue North (James Robertson Parkway to Jefferson Street) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Saturday, January 1, 2022 by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on 4th Avenue North (3rd Avenue North to Harrison Street) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Saturday, January 1, 2022 by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on 4th Avenue North (Junior Gilliam Way to Jefferson Street) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Saturday, January 1, 2022 by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on 8th Avenue North (James Robertson Parkway to Harrison Street) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Saturday, January 1, 2022 by 6am)

7:00 a.m.

Close 10th Circle North (Charlotte Avenue to Rosa L. Parks Boulevard) (REOPEN Saturday, January 1, 2022 by 2am)

Close Gay Street (James Robertson Parkway to 10th Circle North) (REOPEN Saturday, January 1, 2022 by 2am)

Close Jo Johnston Avenue (10th Avenue North to 10th Circle North) (REOPEN Saturday, January 1, 2022 by 2am)

Close Sidewalks on 10th Circle North (Charlotte Avenue to Rosa L. Parks Boulevard) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Saturday, January 1, 2022 by 2am)

Close Sidewalks on Gay Street (James Robertson Parkway to 10th Circle North) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Saturday, January 1, 2022 by 2am)

Close Sidewalks on Jo Johnston Avenue (10th Avenue North to 10th Circle North) — closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Saturday, January 1, 2022 by 2am)

8:00 a.m.

Close 6th Avenue Horseshoe around Tennessee State Capitol from Charlotte Avenue to Charlotte Avenue (REOPEN Saturday, January 1, 2022 by 4am)

Close Tennessee State Capitol Private Access Drive (REOPEN Saturday, January 1, 2022 by 4am)

Close Tennessee State Capitol Permit Parking Area (REOPEN Saturday, January 1, 2022 by 4am)

4:00 p.m.

Close Junior Gilliam Way (3rd Avenue to Rep. John Lewis Way) (REOPEN Saturday, January 1, 2022 by 2am)

Close Rep. John Lewis Way (Jefferson Street to Junior Gilliam Way) (REOPEN Saturday, January 1, 2022 by 2am)

Close 4th Avenue (At Junior Gilliam Way – Must Exit to Jefferson Street) (REOPEN Saturday, January 1, 2022 by 2am)

TBD

Close James Robertson Parkway during fireworks At MNPD Discretion

All roads to re-open no later than 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 5, 2022.