Music City’s retail scene is growing by 290,000 sqft this week.
Tanger Outlets Nashville, located along I-24 at Antioch’s Century Farms development, opens Friday, Oct. 27 with a weekend-long celebration. The seven-building open-air outlet shopping center features a mix of ~60 local and national retail and dining brands.
Tanger Outlets Nashville broke ground in May 2022 and shares a community with nearby apartments complexes, medical buildings, and Nashville SC’s training facility.
Since then, several local favorites announced Tanger Nashville locations, including TailGate Brewery, Prince’s Hot Chicken, Hollie Ray Boutique, and Red Bicycle Coffee. Pottery Barn Outlet, Ulta Beauty, Old Navy, Crocs, and Crumbl Cookies are among the national brands.
Pro tip: Bookmark the store directory to keep track of grand openings, as not all shops will open this weekend.
Grand opening festivities
Visit this weekend for doorbusters and giveaways + live music, entertainment, and family fun, including sneaker decorating, friendship bracelet stations, glitter tattoos, and games. Check out the full schedule and some of the highlights below.
Friday, Oct. 27 | Attend the ribbon cutting at 9 a.m. before stores open at 10 a.m. Plus, The Home Edit’s Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin will share tips on organizing, style, and entrepreneurship at 11 a.m.
Saturday, Oct. 28 | Start the day with a pop-up fitness class by BURN Boot Camp Nolensville (9-10 a.m.), watch the Antioch High School Marching Band perform (11 a.m.), and participate in a pet costume contest (1 p.m.).
Sunday, Oct. 29 | Cheer on the Titans at the Tanger Tailgate from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m.
- Look for pops of color. There will be 13 large-scale original murals around the property featuring the work of local and national artists. Bonus: Watch Nashville’s Cymone Wilder paint live during opening weekend.
- In case you missed it, the development was designed with sustainability in mind, featuring rooftop solar panels, electric vehicle charging stations, and a hive of up to 50,000 bees.
Tanger will donate a portion of the first sales to Nashville-based nonprofit Musicians on Call.