NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Here’s everything you need to know about President Donald Trump’s visit to Nashville on Wednesday, March 15:
Although authorities have not released specific details of President Trump’s visit for security reasons, we do have a general outline of his itinerary while here.
President Trump will visit The Hermitage where he will lay a wreath on Andrew Jackson’s tomb in honor of the seventh president’s 250th birthday celebration.
He will then hold a rally at downtown Nashville’s Municipal Auditorium.
A number of Nashville streets will be closed Wednesday, some briefly and others for an extended period of time, according to Metro police.
The closures will affect the routes between the Nashville airport, Hermitage, and Municipal Auditorium from both 3 p.m. until 4 p.m. and again between 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. Click here to view the full list of road closures.
It’s expected to impact Metro Schools parents and bus routes in some neighborhoods. Click here for more.
You can monitor Nashville traffic throughout the day with the News 2 Traffic Tracker map here.
Nashville MTA announced Friday that Music City Central will be closed Wednesday for the president’s visit. Service will move to Sixth Avenue between Korean Veterans Boulevard and Demonbreun Street.
The Hermitage will also be closed due to the president’s visit.
State offices in downtown Nashville are scheduled to close at Noon on Wednesday.
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The Trump campaign has stated that homemade signs or banners will not be allowed inside the venue. Professional cameras with detachable lenses, tripods, monopods, selfie sticks, back pads and large bags are also prohibited.
News 2 will have live team coverage of President Trump’s visit to Nashville. Tune in on air or online for updates.