NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – As New Year’s Eve quickly approaches, one company is hard at work making sure Music City rings 2017 on a high note.
It’ll take 12 people two days to get Nashville ready for the annual New Year’s Eve bash, complete with a music note drop at Bicentennial Capitol Mall as the clock strikes midnight.
The beloved music note drop, which is made locally, is a Nashville staple.
“I mean it’s great for us. It’s a lot of exposure. A lot of pride goes into it knowing that a lot of folks see it all across the country, maybe even the world,” said MadeFirst owner Jonathan Hammel. “It’s a local made product, which is pretty cool. It’s a show piece for Nashville and we’re happy to be a part of it.”
This year’s marks the eighth annual New Year’s Eve celebration, but it’s the first time it will be held at Bicentennial Mall.