Nashville Street Closures, Traffic Adjustments Announced Ahead Of CMA Awards

There will be several upcoming traffic adjustments in downtown Nashville as the city prepares for The 52nd Annual CMA Awards, airing live from Bridgestone Arena Wednesday, Nov. 14 from 7 p.m.-10 p.m. CT on the ABC Television Network. Production set-up and clean-up for the show will require special traffic patterns that are in effect beginning Sunday, Nov. 4 and continue through Tuesday, Nov. 20. All times Central.

From 6:00 AM Sunday, Nov. 4 until 6:00 PM Thursday, Nov. 15, the northbound sidewalks along Sixth Avenue from Broadway to Demonbreun Street will be closed.

Daily from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM beginning Monday, Nov. 5, Fifth Avenue from Demonbreun Street to Broadway will be closed until Saturday, Nov. 10.

Daily from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM beginning Monday, Nov. 5, the east sidewalk on Fifth Avenue from Demonbreun Street to Broadway will be closed until Saturday, Nov. 10, leaving northbound lane open after Hilton Drive for Hilton exit only.

Daily from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM beginning Monday, Nov. 5, the west driving lane on Demonbreun Street from Fourth Street to Fifth Street will be closed until Sunday, Nov. 11.

Daily from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM beginning Monday, Nov. 5, the north sidewalk by Walk of Fame Park on Demonbreun Street from Fourth Street to Fifth Street will be closed until Sunday, Nov. 11.

From 3:00 PM Saturday, Nov. 10 until 6:00 AM Thursday, Nov. 15, Sixth Avenue from Demonbreun Street to Broadway will be closed. Sunday Church parking and daily daycare drop-off will be allowed.

From 6:00 AM Sunday, Nov. 11 until 6:00 AM Thursday Nov. 15, the eastbound parking lane of Broadway from Fourth Avenue to Eighth Avenue will be closed (red bags over meters).

Beginning 6:00 AM Sunday, Nov. 11 until 6:00 PM Thursday, Nov. 15, Fifth Avenue from Demonbreun Street to Broadway will be closed.

From 6:00 AM Sunday, Nov. 11 until 6:00 AM Thursday, Nov. 15, two eastbound lanes and one Westbound lane on Demonbreun Street from Fifth Avenue to Sixth Avenue will be closed.

From 1:00 PM Sunday, Nov. 11 until 6:00 AM Thursday Nov. 15, the west sidewalk on Sixth Avenue from Demonbreun Street to Broadway will be closed.

Beginning at 5:00 AM Monday, Nov. 12, there will be no parking allowed on Broadway from Fourth Avenue to Fifth Avenue in front of Rippy’s until 5:00 AM Thursday, Nov. 15 (red bags over meters).

From 3:00 PM Tuesday, Nov. 13 until 6:00 AM Wednesday, Nov. 14, the eastbound lane on Demonbreun Street from Fourth Avenue to Fifth Avenue will be closed.

From 6:00 AM Wednesday, Nov. 14 to 2:00 AM Thursday, Nov. 15, the following streets will be closed:
Sixth Avenue from Korean Veterans Boulevard to Demonbreun Street (No cut through traffic – Music City Center parking and exit only)
Fifth Avenue from Korean Veterans Boulevard to Demonbreun Street
Demonbreun Street from Fourth Avenue to Eighth Avenue, including all sidewalks
Seventh Avenue from Demonbreun Street to Broadway (No cut through traffic – Music City Center parking only)
McGavock Street from Seventh Avenue to Eighth Avenue (No cut through traffic – Music City Center parking only)

From 6:00 AM Wednesday, Nov. 14 until 2:00 AM Friday, Nov. 16, no parking will be allowed on Fourth Avenue from Broadway to Demonbreun. The parking lane will be reserved for rideshare and tour bus drop off and pickup.

Daily from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM beginning Friday, Nov. 16, the westbound driving lane on Demonbreun Street from Fourth Avenue to Fifth Avenue will be closed until Monday, Nov. 19.

Daily from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM beginning Friday, Nov. 16, the north sidewalk by Walk of Fame Park on Demonbreun Street from Fourth Avenue to Fifth Avenue will be closed until Monday, Nov. 19.

Daily from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM beginning Friday, Nov. 16, Fifth Avenue from Demonbreun Street to Broadway will be closed until Monday, Nov. 19. The Northbound lane after Hilton Drive will remain open for Hilton exit only.

Daily from 6:00 AM to 6:00 PM beginning Friday, Nov. 16, the east sidewalk on Fifth Avenue from Demonbreun Street to Broadway will be closed until Monday, Nov. 19.

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