NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – One of downtown Nashville’s top tourist attractions expects to reopen in time for Music City’s biggest party.
Assistant Metro Parks director Tim Netsch told News 2 that a makeover of the Music City Walk of Fame Park will be finished in time the CMA Music Festival in early June.
The park has been undergoing a $2.5 million makeover since November while surrounded by fencing.
The signature plaques of Music City stars are being moved as part of the project paid for by the Metro Government fund for capital projects.
There are also major landscaping upgrades to go along with more seating and lighting.
Netsch said the timing of the renovation was scheduled to coincide with the months when the park is least used for special events.