This holiday season, minor league baseball team the Nashville Sounds' home field at First Tennessee Park becomes GLOW Nashville: the winter wonderland billed as Nashville's brightest Christmas experience.
In a two-minute teaser video, COO Aaron Clark lists a life-size Santa's workshop, millions of Christmas lights wrapped around on-field holiday sculptures, one of the country's tallest Christmas trees, the Reindeer Run tube park, the Frozen Fortress ice skating rink, a Winterfest market and other holiday-themed features and amenities that bring the North Pole to the Southeast.
"We wanted to build an experience that has something for everyone," GLOW CEO and founder Chris Stacey told the Nashville Business Journal. "Whether you're 9 or 90, we believe we've created something that can work for all ages because Christmas doesn't fit into a specific demographic."
GLOW Nashville utilizes a huge and central spot in Music City as a holiday attraction for tourists and locals alike.
"We have always wanted to activate First Tennessee Park during the holiday season, and Glow is beyond anything we could have imagined," said Adam Nuse, general manager and COO of the Sounds, as quoted by the Nashville Business Journal. "We look forward to being part of a new holiday tradition that is perfect for families, couples or a night out with friends."
Snow tubing experiences, strolls around a 100-foot-tall Christmas tree while drinking hot chocolate and other adventures at the home of the Nashville Sounds run every evening from 4-10 p.m. on November 22nd through December 31st.