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Nashville Home + Remodeling Expo Returns to Music City Center in February

Nashville Home + Remodeling Expo Returns to Music City Center in February

The annual event focuses on improving and elevating home spaces for at-home living styles

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Home project thoughts and ideas can now be brought to life with the return of the Nashville Home + Remodeling Expo, coming to the heart of downtown next month. Held at the Music City Center on Friday, February 25 – Sunday, February 27, the expo will feature exhibits, industry experts and the latest trends in home improvement categories, including remodeling, at-home living, outdoor space and more.

This year’s attractions emphasize re-vamping and improving indoor and outdoor spaces through a creative lens. Nashville Interiors will showcase fully furnished home office rooms with its Work From Home, Your Way display to offer tips and tools on how to create the perfect at-home workspace for your lifestyle. Belgard and The Rock Place showcase the latest in landscape design with the Outdoor Living Showdown, featuring certified contractors and dealers assisting with outdoor projects. Attendees will have the opportunity to get involved by voting for their favorite landscaper when stopping by the exhibit.

Additional highlights include Glamping at Home featuring a both glamorous and cozy Shasta camper created by The Flying Ham. The red and white camper includes amenities such as a bathroom with a shower, refrigerator, beds, AC and more. Garden enthusiasts can attend a straw bale garden demonstration by certified straw bale garden instructor Becky Owen.

For those who enjoy entertaining with food and beverages, Happy Hour at Home has two presentations to inspire hosting events, whether big or small. On Friday, February 25, Kelli Rodgers of OnBoard Nashville will demonstrate how to create a decadent charcuterie board for both viewing and tasting. Continuing on Saturday, Lynlee Kennedy of Leiper’s Fork Distillery will present a mixology demonstration for attendees where she will provide creative drink-making techniques. Furniture for the demonstrations is provided by Bourbon Barrell Furniture of the Bluegrass.

“With all the growth and remodeling happening in Nashville and the surrounding areas, we’re thrilled to be bringing back the expo this year,” said Tami Bailey, show manager at Marketplace Events. “As the largest producer of home shows in North America, we are able to offer thousands of locals tips and tricks of the industry and solutions for their home improvement projects.”

Throughout the weekend, The Nashville Home + Remodeling Expo will be hosting Hero Day for all active and retired military personnel, veterans, firefighters, police officers and first responders. Admission is free with a valid ID on Friday, February 25. Adult tickets are $12 at the door and free for children 12 and under. Attendees who purchase their tickets prior to the weekend of the show can save $2.00 when buying online.

At the three-day event, home enthusiasts will be connected to the most knowledgeable experts, first-to- market products and reliable services in a dynamic, face-to-face environment. For discount tickets and exhibitor information, visit or call 1(800)395-1350.

About Marketplace Events

Marketplace Events creates vibrant expositions connecting enthusiasts with experts, products and services in dynamic face-to-face environments. The company produces 57 consumer shows annually in the US and 16 in Canada including 65 home shows, six holiday shows and two wedding shows. The 73 combined events, in 34 markets, currently attract 22,000 exhibitors, 1.9 million attendees and another three million unique web visitors annually. The company produces some of the most successful and longest-running shows in North America, including market-leading shows in Minneapolis, Atlanta, Indianapolis, Vancouver, Calgary and Montreal—some of which have thrived in their markets for more than 75 years.