Located between the Country Music Hall of Fame, Bridgestone Arena, and Schermerhorn Symphony Center, the Walk is the perfect place to honor the talented performers.
Sprawling alongside the Nashville Music Garden, The Music City Walk of Fame State Park pays homage to Nashville music legends. Each person who is honored in the Walk of Fame is given a stainless steel and terrazzo star in their honor. That star is embedded in the sidewalk of the Walk of Fame, similar to the more famous stars in Hollywood.
Performers are inducted twice annually; in the spring and the fall. Past inductees include Reba McEntire, Ronnie Milsap, Rascall Flatts, and Peter Frampton.
The Music City Walk of Fame and Nashville Music Garden was listed on the Blog for Lifestyle and Travel's Top 25 Free Things to Do in Nashville This Summer.
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