Our city has been host to a great number of huge events over the past year. 2019 saw a sizable boom in our tourism industry. Numbers that have been great in the past only continue to trend upwards. And with large numbers of people turning out for yearly events, comes the need for event porta potty rentals in Nashville, TN.
Liberty Waste was proud to serve the great city of Nashville at some of the biggest events of the year. We thought we’d reflect back on these awesome events to relive some of the magic. We also want to thank the organizers that enlisted our help to make the event more comfortable for everyone in attendance.
Two of the most recognizable events and celebrated days all over the country are New Year’s Eve and the 4th of July. Nashville wanted the best event porta potty rentals they could find so they contacted us at Liberty Waste. Here’s how these wonderful events went.
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New Year’s Eve
Nashville’s Music City Midnight is frequently included on lists of the best New Year’s celebrations in the country. And it’s easy to see why. Large crowds gather downtown to welcome in the new year with amazing live music, food trucks, and enough holiday spirit to keep the party going into the late night.
2019 saw the largest crowd Music City Midnight has had since its inception 11 years ago. 200,000 people packed into the Bicentennial Mall not far from the state capital building. And of course because this is Music City, we watched as the Music Note Drop counted us into the new year instead of that other city’s ball.
The weather cooperated to provide a great atmosphere for a great evening. Even though New Year’s is in the middle of winter, most people got by with a light coat. The temperatures managed to stay slightly above the averages for this time of year.
A comfortable evening provided a great setting for a great night of music, drinks, food, and fun. And when the Music Note finally dropped and the confetti started to fly, everyone was in a great mood.
Nashville is known for bringing in top-tier musicians, and New Year’s Eve was no exception. Here’s the lineup that played to the massive crowd:
- Fisk Jubilee Singers
- Kalie Shorr
- Bren Joy
- Amanda Shires
- The Struts
- Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit
- Keith Urban with special guests Stevie Nicks and Ashley McBryde
And then at the stroke of midnight, fireworks erupted and confetti cannons shot off along with the music as Keith Urban continued to play.
The Bicentennial Mall is located just outside of the downtown Nashville city center. The park normally hosts joggers, dog walkers, and the occasional play at the built-in amphitheater.
But on New Year’s Eve it held 200,000 people and a great concert. A variety of food trucks including multiple trucks serving Nashville hot chicken, a food bank drive, a Jack Daniel’s bar, and of course event porta potty rentals from Liberty Waste kept everyone happy and comfortable.
4th of July
Just like New Year’s, the 4th of July in Nashville is a giant event. We frequently make the top lists of Independence Day celebrations. It’s easy to see why 343,000 people packed into the 2019 Let Freedom Sing celebration in downtown Nashville.
Let Freedom Sing has been continuously growing over the last few years. It’s no surprise it’s reached the level of being one of the largest celebrations in the whole country.
Starting in the afternoon, Let Freedom Sing provided numerous recreational options for people of all ages. Climbing walls, water slides, and games were arranged throughout the downtown area and down by the river to occupy even the youngest member of your family.
This free event provided everything a person could ask for in an afternoon and evening with family and friends — recreation, food, drink, and great music.
The entire day was soundtracked by various singers and bands, culminating toward the headliners at night:
- Brett Eldredge
- Mac McAnally
- Jessy Wilson
- Dylan Scott
- Creature Comfort
- Jackson Bruck & The Dukes of Hume
- Joe West Band
The fireworks display featured a half hour of 62,000 shells accompanied by the Nashville Symphony. It was a gorgeous display alongside even more beautiful music.
Lower Broadway in downtown Nashville is perfectly suited to host a giant celebration such as the 4th of July. The main strip of honky tonks funnels the visitor’s attention down to the end of the road where it dead ends into the Cumberland River. And here in this spot at the end of the street is where the massive stage pumped out the music throughout the day.
Organizers provided everything needed for the party goers in Nashville, TN including event porta potty rentals from Liberty Waste.
Contact Liberty Waste today to learn more about our event porta potty rentals in Nashville, TN.