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5 things to do this weekend in Middle Tennessee: October 18-20

Posted: 1:31 PM, Oct 17, 2019
Updated: 2019-10-17 14:31:54-04
Nashville International Auto Show Takes Over Music City

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Happy fall, y'all! Here are some great ways to spend the weekend in Middle Tennessee.

Tennessee Beer and Wine Festival - Nashville
Saturday, October 19

The 10th annual beer and wine festival will be held from 12 to 5 p.m. at Two Rivers Mansion. Festival goers will sample local, regional, national and import beers as well as wine from 34 different breweries. Live music and artisan booths will be available for guests to enjoy.

For information on how to get tickets, click here.

Clarksville BBQ Bash - Clarksville
Saturday, October 19

Watch teams from all over compete to see who has the best barbecue at Liberty Park from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The bash will have live music, inflatables, artisan vendors and a corn hole tournament. Austin Peay will haul its trebuchet to the festival to launch pumpkins in the air.

For more information on the event, click here.

Bell Buckle Webb Art and Craft Festival - Bell Buckle
Saturday - Sunday, October 19 - 20

The small town of Bell Buckle will be packed with thousands of visitors stopping through to enjoy arts and crafts, food, scenery and live entertainment. The festival will be held at the old Sawney Webb lot on Maple Street.

You can visit the city's website for more information on the event.

Nashville International Auto Show - Nashville
Friday - Sunday, October 18 - 20

2020 model vehicles will pack the Music City Center during the for the Nashville International Auto Show. Attendees will have the opportunity to get behind the wheel of hundreds of new vehicles for a test drive. Auto enthusiast can check out the newest and most advanced cars, trucks, SUVs, crossovers, alternative fuel and electric vehicles.

For more information on the auto show, click here .

38th Annual Indian Education Pow Wow & Arts Exhibition - Nashville
Friday - Sunday, October 18 - 20

The annual event hosted by the Native American Indian Association of Tennessee will be held at Long Hunter State Park. Each October, Native Americans gather together to share part of their culture. The event will be filled with arts & crafts, paintings, clothing, native food, storytelling, games and demonstrations.

Click here for more information.