Williamson County Christmas Parades

Just south of Nashville in Williamson County, there are four different parades to get you in the holiday spirit!

Williamson County, Tennessee Christmas Parades

***All times and dates were correct at the time of publication and are subject to change.  Check your specific location before you head out!***

Franklin – Saturday December 4, 2021 @ 2PM (Map)

This year’s parade theme is “Sounds of the Season”

The Franklin Kiwanis Christmas Parade is a gift to the city of Franklin from the Kiwanis Club of Historic Downtown Franklin. Winding through the streets of downtown Franklin, the parade is a celebration of the holidays and the official welcome of Santa Claus to Franklin.

Spring Hill – Saturday December 11, 2021 @ 5PM (Map)

The 2021 Kiwanis Spring Hill Christmas Parade will be held on December 11th, 2021.  The parade will start at 5:00pm.  The theme this year is “Sounds Of The Season”.  

Please note the parade route has changed from last year: The parade will begin at Evans Park and enter onto Beechcroft Rd and then travel right onto Main Street (U.S. 31). The parade will end at Spring Hill Elementary School on Sharron Cantrell Road (formerly Toone Prados Street).

 

Leiper’s Fork – Saturday December 11, 2021 @ 2PM (Map)

Nolensville- Sunday December 5, 2021 @ 4PM

The Hometown Holiday Parade will be held Sunday, December 5, 2021 at 4:00 p.m. Staging will be at Nolensville Park, and the parade will end at Nolensville Town Hall. Following the parade, The Town of Nolensville will hold a Christmas Tree lighting and Menorah lighting at Town Hall.

 

Do you know of any parades we have missed?  Drop us the information in the comments and we will add it to our list. Find more local Christmas and holiday parades in Middle Tennessee and check out our Christmas Guide, full of all kinds of holiday ideas for fun.

Rachel is a Middle Tennessee native, born and raised in the Nashville area and having lived in Hendersonville, Murfreesboro, and Mount Juliet. She is mom to 3, step mom to 4 and Grandma to one (so far!)

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