August 3, 2021
Labor Day Activities in Nashville, TN
Beautiful weather, a wealth of indoor and outdoor attractions and events, some of the liveliest and loveliest vibes of any American city: Nashville’s a great place to be for Labor Day weekend! Mark the holiday in all-out style with spectacular, historical downtown accommodations while enjoying everything Music City and surrounds have to offer for summer’s last hurrah.
Labor Day Activities & Events in & Around Nashville
Nashville’s always got plenty cooking, and that’s certainly true when the calendar rolls around to Labor Day. Face it: This year in particular, you’ve earned a genuine, R&R-focused holiday, and Music City—and the Union Station Nashville Yards—is the place to do it!
Some of the most exciting dining in the country, beautiful greenspaces and parks, thrills-aplenty waterparks, a second-to-none music scene anchored by legendary venues: Nashville has something for everybody when it comes to a Labor Day getaway, whether you’re flying solo, declaring a well-earned romantic escape, or seeking all-ages fun with the whole family.
Among plenty of happenings, meanwhile, there’s the rescheduled Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in easy-to-reach Manchester, Tennessee. One of the country’s defining musical occasions, this year’s Bonnaroo features a feast of onstage fabulousness, with performers including Foo Fighters, Lizzo, My Morning Jacket, Megan Three Stallion, Jason Isbell, Tyler, the Creator and a whole crew of Grand Ole Opry guests.
Make it a Homerun Labor Day Vacation With a Stay at The Union Station Nashville Yards
Situated in downtown Music City’s thrumming Nashville Yards district and within shouting distance of Music Row, The Gulch, and Midtown, the Union Station Nashville Yards gives you unbeatable boutique luxury accommodations for a Labor Day getaway.
You can’t ask for better than our 125 bespoke guest rooms and suites, for one thing: each and every one its own distinctly designed private oasis. Our onsite amenities include a fine slice of Nashville dining at our Carters restaurant. Arresting architecture and eye-catching art define our decor, also imbued with a rich sense of history and heritage: Our building, after all, has been a Nashville landmark since 1900, when it started it career as a terminal along the L&N Railroad.
Whether you’re using us as a launch pad to enjoy the best of a Nashville-area Labor Day or simply kicking back for full-on pampering amid our Marriott Autograph Collection hospitality, the Union Station Nashville Yards makes the perfect home base for a holiday escape to Music City. Lock down your Union Station guest room or suite for September 3rd through the 6th today!