This post covers the top things to do in February in Nashville (updated for 2020), including nighttime activities, free things to do, and family-friendly options.
Be sure to read our master post on things to do in Nashville for even more ideas.
This top 10 list has concerts, events, attractions, and festivals to check out during February. Don’t forget to check out our popular Nashville posts:
If you’re looking for a concert, Music City is the place to find it. There are some incredible venues for music in this city, some of which we’ve listed below.
Click through to see what concerts are happening at each this February:
Nashville is a competitive city that loves its sports! Check out the teams playing in Nashville this February:
Music City isn’t just all concerts. You can find theatre and ballet too!
This February, make sure you catch the production of My Fair Lady at Andrew Jackson Hall. The musical runs from February 4 – 9, 2020.
Fans of Dancing with the Stars can catch the professional cast live on tour on February 16, 2020.
The Antiques & Garden Show is coming back to Nashville with the theme of “A Passion for Home”. Along with some incredible speakers, there will be over 150 exhibitors, experts on homes and garden, and an antique show.
The event takes place Friday & Saturday from 9:00 am – 6:00 pm and Sunday from 11:00 am – 4:00 pm. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased here.
With all the exciting things there are to do in Music City, we suggest getting a tourist city pass for Nashville. All-inclusive passes are available, and others can include up to 55% discounts on retail prices for select attraction admission, gift shops, and restaurants.
Featured on Various Passes:
See our full tourist attraction discount pass comparison here.
February isn’t typically the time for gardens, but you can glance a glimpse of beautiful flowers at Cheekwood’s Orchids in the Mansion! There will be a variety of beautiful foliage in this specially designed exhibit which runs the month of February.
You can visit Tuesday-Sunday from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.
For more family-friendly activities, check out our kids’ section below.
Everyone loves a good Super Bowl watch party, but if you’re not at home to host one, Nashville offers some great places to watch the game. Some great bars to watch the game are:
For a full list of things to do at night in Nashville, check out our full post here.
Don’t miss the romance in the air in Nashville this Valentine’s Day! There will be a number of events taking place around the city, including:
These events vary for all ages so there’s something for everyone to enjoy!
We love the Frist Art Museum, and this February they have a new exhibition featuring the gift of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mellon. They gave more than seventy works of French art to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, and the collection will be visiting the Frist Art Museum during the month of February.
Works of art include those by Claude Monet, Vincent Van Goh, and other French nineteenth and early twentieth-century artists. Tickets for adults are $15 and FREE for those 18 and under, making this the perfect way to spend the afternoon for the whole family.
For more things to do in Nashville in February with the whole family, check out our kids’ section below.
Nashville Fashion Week is a fabulous event that takes place in April, but you can get a sneak peek into what they’re planning for it at the Kickoff Party that takes place Feb. 5th from 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm.
There will be artists in attendance where they announce the runway lineup and insider details of this year’s events. Tickets are $30 and you can get them here.