Light the Nations, a neighborhood festival in its second year, highlights the Nations neighborhood and local businesses with an evening of light, art, vendors, food trucks and live entertainment. The festival features more than 50 vendors featuring arts, crafts and food vendors; live music on two stages; kid’s area; luminaries and more.
Light the Nations is presented by Silo Bend, and is sponsored by Miken Development LLC, Pickers Vodka, Fat Bottom Brewery, The East Nashvillian, Lightning 100, 51 North Taproom, The Nations Bar & Grill, 51st Kitchen, WXNA, 372WN West Nashville’s Magazine, Station 40 Apartments, Do615, West 46th, Natchez Hills Vineyard & Winery, State Farm, Tennessee Foundation Services, ChiroNASH, Install America and Nashville Scene.
Light the Nations is a benefit for Thistle Farms, a non-profit organization with a mission to heal, empower and employ women who are survivors of trafficking, prostitution and addiction. The organization provides safe and supportive housing and opportunities.
GO TO IT: Light the Nations is from 4 to 10 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 21 and spans 51st Ave. in West Nashville, north from Georgia Avenue to Illinois Avenue.
Live entertainment includes Nashville State Jazz Ensemble, Jess Martin and Rooker. For a complete entertainment schedule, visit www.lightthenations615.com/music.
For more information, visit lightthenations615.com.
— Submitted press release and news reports