Don’t Miss Renowned Antique and Horticultural Event the Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville
Annual three-day event returns February 3-5, 2023 with keynote speakers Aerin Lauder & Alice Naylor-Leyland, joined by the country’s top names in design and gardening
The Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville makes its highly anticipated return February 3 – 5, 2023 at the Music City Center in downtown Nashville. The annual event is one of the largest antiques and horticultural shows in the country, routinely drawing over 16,000 attendees from across the nation.
The 2022 Show was the 33-year-old event’s largest to date, attracting a record number of attendees to a lineup that featured keynote speaker Martha Stewart. Each year, the Show brings together an impressive showcase of antiques from more than 150 dealers, world-class landscaped gardens and opportunities to engage with some of the nation’s top names in design and horticulture through educational lectures, panel discussions and book signings.
Show Co-Chairs Kathryn Saunders and Beth Kost have selected this year’s theme, Home is the Tapestry of your Life. Keynote lecturers are Aerin Lauder of the lifestyle brand AERIN and Alice Naylor-Leyland of the tablescape company Mrs. Alice.
Additional featured speakers and moderators for the 2023 Show bridge the worlds of entertaining, gardening and design, including florist and author Christin Geall of Cultivated by Christin and interior designers Thom Filicia and Mary McDonald. Attendees can also look forward to an engaging design panel with celebrated interior designers Suzanne Kasler, Celerie Kemble, Corey Damen Jenkins and Richard Keith Langham.
Another Show highlight will be three outstanding garden displays presented by accomplished landscape designers that attendees can interactively experience. Josiah Lockard & Associates will design the East Garden featuring a breathtaking Glasshouse by Hartley Botanic, while the West Garden design will be led by Duke Design Group and promises custom chicken cooks created by Martha Stewart and Christopher Spitzmiller and built by Cook Builders, LLC. The Entry Garden, presented by Peter Grimaldi and Mary Weber of Cheekwood Estate & Gardens, will be designed by Duke Design Group.
Proceeds from the Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville benefit Cheekwood Estate & Gardens, a historic estate that serves Nashville as a public botanical garden, arboretum and art museum, and ECON Charities, which serves charitable organizations to better communities in the Greater Nashville area.
The Show is honored to have an esteemed slate of sponsors for the 2023 Show, including Presenting Sponsor Northern Trust, Founding Sponsor TVV Capital, Title Garden Sponsor Tractor Supply Co. and Design Sponsor Schumacher.