Nashville, Tennessee is well-known for having one of the best Veterans' Day parades in the South. The annual parade, which is held every year on November 11th, features floats, antique cars, local military groups and supporters, local business and charities, and nearby high schools' marching bands. The parade goes from 14th Avenue and Broadway and continues down to Third Avenue. The parade usually starts around 11 AM and is well-attended, so show up early to stake out your seat.
Also, Nashville holds an annual Veterans' Day National Ceremony every year at War Memorial Plaza in downtown Nashville. The ceremony, which is usually held on the Friday or Monday that federal employees are given off for the holiday, honors the men and women, both living and dead, who have fought in wars for America. City officials host the ceremony, which features guest speakers who are veterans from the area and from around the nation.