NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – City officials said Thursday that “rising Nashville star” Margo Price will perform at this year’s Christmas tree lighting ceremony.
Mayor Megan Barry will hold the event Friday, Dec. 2 at Public Square Park in downtown Nashville.
In addition to a short acoustic performance by Price, there will also be holiday-themed selections from the West End United Methodist Church, W.O Smith School, and Nashville School of the Arts choirs.
Mascots for both the Predators and Sounds will be there, as well as hot drinks and snacks provided by DISTRICT Nashville.
Metro Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony begins at 6 p.m. and will last until 7 p.m.
No tickets are required, but guests are encouraged to RSVP at 2016NashvilleTreeLighting.eventbrite.com.
Metro Parks is still searching for that perfect tree to serve as the centerpiece for the city’s ceremony. If you have a tree or know of one that meets the criteria, call Randall Lantz at 615-862-8400 or email him at Randall.Lantz@nashville.gov.