Cheekwood Harvest Days in Tennessee Returns in Autumn 2023
Alright, we have survived the heatwave of summer 2023, let's hope Mother Nature turns down her thermostat so we can pull our hoodies out of the closet! Autumn is knocking at our door, and with summer currently having her last hurrah, I believe most of us are ready for sweater weather. What better way to celebrate the fall season, than at Cheekwood Estates?
Cheekwood Harvest days are back for the 2023 fall season! Starting on September 16th and running through October 29th Cheekwood Harvest returns to the greater Nashville Area. Fall activities to expect at Cheekwood Harvest are; scarecrow trails, pumpkin picking, and a beer garden.
There will be live music lineups, harvest workshops, and a Wellness 360 experience partnered with Vanderbilt. Also available during Cheekwood Harvest will be a vast assortment of food trucks, many different food vendors will be on location for the majority of the duration of the event.
Guided tours of the historic grounds will also be available.
Cheekwood Harvest's autumnal celebratory display, the autumn village, will make for the perfect backdrop for photo sessions. Make time to make memories this fall and come enjoy all the family-friendly options that Cheekwood is offering.
Child-friendly fun: TOTS
While most Cheekwood Harvest days are family-friendly, there are some fun activities geared towards the smallest members of the family in particular. TOTS begins on September 5th and runs five days a week (Tuesday- Saturday) until October 28th. From 10 am until 12 pm there are fun hands-on activities, story times, and a new favorite, Turtle Talks. TOTS will educate the littles on Japanese Moon Viewing, and thanks to the PNC Library there are more hands-on learning experiences to be had.
This experience is targeted for toddlers accompanied by adults.
To find out more about Cheekwood Harvest, such as the entertainment lineups and information on visiting food truck vendors visit their website. Please take note that some events expected to take place may require tickets or prior registration. All information in regards to ticketing can be found on the events page.
Weekend Performances in the Beer Garden | 11 AM – 2 PM
September 16 | Tim Gartland
September 17 | Sofia Goodman Quartet
September 23 | Abigail Flowers
September 24 | Tudo Bem
September 30 | The Hi-Jivers
October 1 | Pat Berguson Trio
October 7 | Rebecca Frazier
October 8 | Lisa Stewart
October 14 | Denny Jiosa
October 15 | Les Sabler
October 21 | McKinley James
October 22 | Emmanuel Echem
What is Cheekwood and Where is it located?
Cheekwood is the name of a 55-acre estate and garden located within Davidson County in Tennessee. Once a family estate owned by Mabel and Leslie Cheek, the property is now a public domain containing a botanic garden, abortorium, and museum. Cheekwood is located near Belle Meade and is minutes away from famous Nashville attractions like the Bluebird Café.