Nashville's Big Bloody Mary Festival Is Officially Back On For This Summer (UPDATED)
Unlimited bloody mary samples at the brunchy party of the year!
Weekends are for brunching and that means many mimosas and incredible bloody marys galore! Whether you like your marys spicy or piled high with fried chicken and avocados, there are many spots around Nashville where you can indulge in your favorite type. And The Nashville Bloody Mary Festival next month will be completely centered around the drink.
*Festival organizers have confirmed that the event is being canceled.
The Nashville Bloody Mary Festival was first scheduled for of this year but was postponed due to COVID-19. The new date for the festival is now coming up soon on Saturday, July 25, 2020, and tickets are officially on sale.
Restaurants from all over Music City come together at this annual fest so you can hit them all up to see which spot has your favorite brunchy beverage.
Tickets for general admission run for $47.50, getting you into the fest from 1 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. If you decide to go VIP for $62.50, you get in an hour early at noon with more time to sample all the goods.
Each ticket includes unlimited bloody mary samples, as well as access to bites and sips from various restaurants and food trucks like Big Daddy's Burger Bar, Walker Feed Co., and Another Broken Egg Cafe.
After you've tried all the spicy drinks you can handle, you can vote for the People's Choice Award and help crown your favorite vendor as Bloody Mary Royalty.
There'll also be some fun to be had with various photo booths and photo opt spots, a temporary tattoo station, and more at the event.
Just call this the ultimate, boozy brunch edition.
If you can't wait for this fest and you're trying to keep the brunch theme going throughout the weekend, another Nashville spot withmight deserve a stop on your bucket list.
Nashville Bloody Mary Festival
Address: 1201 4th Ave. S., Nashville, TN
Why You Need To Go: This will be the ultimate brunch festival with unlimited samples of bloody marys.
*Editor's note: this article has been updated