1 – Downtown at Sundown
7:00 - 10:00 PM | 215 Legion Street | Free & Open to the Public
Enjoy live music by Ashley Cooke and Kylie Morgan at the Downtown Commons. There will be food trucks present and beer and other beverages for sale. Pets and outside alcohol are not allowed.
2, 9, 16, 23, 30 – Clarksville Downtown Market
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM | 1 Public Square | Free & Open to the Public
Attend this award-winning, open-air market featuring local farmers and artisans.
7 – First Thursday Art Walk
5:00 – 8:00 PM | 96 Franklin Street | Free & Open to the Public
Be inspired by the works of local artists in a community-wide, self-guided tour of artistic displays at a variety of downtown businesses. This event is produced by the Downtown Clarksville Association, and admission is free. The Museum is open with free admission for each Art Walk from 5-8 p.m.
8-10 – Disney on Ice: Find Your Hero
Various Time | 101 Main Street |$37+
Audiences at the F&M Bank Arena will discover what it truly means to be a hero as Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse and friends from around the Disney Kingdom come together to take families on a journey through timeless tales.
8 – Dueling Pianos
7:00 – 9:00 PM | 215 Legion Street | Free & Open to the Public
Join the Downtown Commons for a dueling night of sing-alongs and entertainment.
8-9 – F2CON Gaming on a Gig
Various Times | 8 Champions Way | $5+
Join CDE Lightband for two days of intense competition, casual gaming, and fun for the entire family at Wilma Rudolph Event Center. The event will include a junior competition for kids 16 and under, tournaments with a $10,000 pot bonus, and casual competitions.
8 – Sanctuary After Hours
6:00 – 10:00 PM | 334 Main Street | Free & Open to the Public
These gatherings offer food, drinks, coffee, cornhole, bonfires, and a welcoming atmosphere. It's an ideal place to unwind with friends and family, as both kids and dogs are welcome.
8 – Sloshed-Speare: A Comedy of Errors
7:00 – 9:00 PM | 100 Franklin Street | $5
Join the Roxy Regional Theatre while they entertain and educate audiences with a fresh and modern-ish take on the works of the literary lush himself, William Shakespeare. By incorporating an abridged Shakespeare play with some adult beverages thrown in, they’re spreading the word of the Bard in a fun, engaging, and entertaining way.
9-10 – Riverfest
Various Times | 640 North Riverside Drive | Free & Open to the Public
Celebrate the last year of Riverfest, Clarksville's longest-running community festival. Shop with over 50+ local vendors, dine at the food court, enjoy live entertainment, and let the kids participate in activities such as scuba diving lessons and interactive workshops.
10 – Amernet Quartet Concert
3:00 PM | 780 Marion Street | $25
Praised for their "intelligence" and “immensely satisfying” playing by the New York Times, the Amernet String Quartet has garnered recognition as one of today's exceptional string quartets. Enjoy their show at the Mabry Concert Hall.
15 – Downtown at Sundown
7:00 - 10:00 PM | 215 Legion Street | Free & Open to the Public
Enjoy live music by Nightrain, a tribute to Guns N’ Roses, at the Downtown Commons. There will be food trucks present and beer and other beverages for sale. Pets and outside alcohol are not allowed.
15 – Justin Moore Concert
7:00 PM | 101 Main Street | $39+
Enjoy a live concert at the F&M Bank Arena with multi-platinum hitmaker Justin Moore.
16 – Welcome Home Veterans Parade
10:00 AM | 499 Commerce Street | Free & Open to the Public
Historic Downtown Clarksville will welcome hundreds of veterans for the Welcome Home Parade. Veterans from near and far will be honored with marching bands, JROTC units, active-duty soldiers, floats, and more.
16 – 2nd Annual Oktoberfest
2:00 – 6:00 PM | 1761 Jardco Drive | Free & Open to the Public
Join The Fallen Brewery for their 2nd Annual Oktoberfest. The event will include the release of their Oktoberfest beer, authentic German food, Oktoberfest music by Polkawagen, and more. Guests are encouraged to dress for the occasion. The event is family friendly.
16 – Austin Peay State University Football Game
6:00 PM | 700 Marion Street | $12+
Cheer on the Austin Peay State University Governors as they take on the East Tennessee State University Bucs at Fortera Stadium.
16 – Cooling at the Cave
7:00 – 10:00 PM | 401 Old Dunbar Cave Road | $25+
The Cumberland Winds Jazz Project (big band) will play music at the mouth of the cave. Guests are advised to bring their own chairs to ensure they have a good seat.
16 – Sevier Days
10:00 AM – 3:00 PM | 120 Duncan Street | Free & Open to the Public
This annual event commemorates the life and times of one of Clarksville’s original settlers by demonstrating 18th-century life near the station where he and his family lived. There will be 18th-century reenactors, mountain men, and Native American reenactors. Learn about the history of Sevier Station and its importance to Clarksville, TN.
22-24 – 7th Annual Oktoberfest
Various Times | 1100 Dunlop Lane | Free & Open to the Public
The 7th Annual Clarksville Oktoberfest will be at Beachaven Vineyards & Winery with a live polka band all weekend, Oktoberfest beers, wines from the vineyard, German foods and games, along with dancing and stein-holding competitions. There will be fun for the whole family!
22-23 – Scriptless in Seattle
7:00 PM | 100 Franklin Street | $25
With a style reminiscent of the beloved show “Whose Line Is It Anyway,” this dynamic improv comedy troupe offers a unique blend of hilarious sketches, improvised musicals, game shows, film noir, and so much more. See them at the Roxy Regional Theatre.
23 – Create at Collinsville
10:00 AM – 4:00 PM | 4711 Weakley Road | $10 for Adults, $5 for Ages 6-12, and Free for Ages 0-5
Head to Historic Collinsville for this Plein air painting event. The event includes historical reenactors and craftspeople, including a woodworker carving spoons, a blacksmith, a spinning and weaving demonstration, an artist demonstrating how paints were made using natural pigments and minerals, and musicians playing tunes from the 1800s.
23 – Encanto Movie Night
7:30 PM | 215 Legion Street | Free & Open to the Public
Join the Downtown Commons to watch Encanto under the stars.
23 – Historic Greenwood Cemetery Walking Tour
10:00 – 11:00 AM | 976 Greenwood Avenue | $20
Join the Customs House Museum & Cultural Center for a historic walking tour of Greenwood Cemetery, one of Clarksville’s oldest active cemeteries. Take a spooky stroll through the winding paths of Greenwood to hear tales full of local history and intrigue. Tickets must be purchased in advance and space is extremely limited.
24 – Vertical Worship Concert
6:00 PM | 215 Legion Street | Free & Open to the Public
Enjoy live music at the Downtown Commons with Vertical Worship. Bring your own chairs and blankets.
26 – Sunset Yoga
6:00 – 7:00 PM | 215 Legion Street | Free & Open to the Public
Join NBalanca for full-moon sunset yoga at the Downtown Commons. Bring a mat and a bottle of water.
30 – 2nd Annual Just Plane Fun Day
10:00 AM – 3:00 PM | 2001 Outlaw Field Road | Free & Open to the Public
Enjoy viewing airplanes, local food trucks, bounce houses, appearances from the Clarksville Police Department and Clarksville Fire Rescue, and much more.
30 – Clarksville Hispanic Heritage Festival
12:00 – 8:00 PM | 105 Walter Garrett Lane | Free & Open to the Public
Head to Valor Hall Conference & Event Center for international food and product vendors, a magic show, cultural performers, and live music.
30 – Historic Riverview Cemetery Walking Tour
10:00 – 11:00 AM | 635 North Spring Street | $20
Join the Customs House Museum & Cultural Center on a tour through the grounds of Clarksville’s oldest cemetery to learn about its history and the notable figures interred there. Tickets must be purchased in advance and space is extremely limited.
30 – Jazz on the Lawn
3:00 - 9:30 PM | 1100 Dunlop Lane | $5 for ages 21+
Join Beachaven Vineyards & Winery for live music, food trucks, and lots of fun! Children are welcome.
30 – Paw Patrol Live: The Great Pirate Adventure
Various Times | 101 Main Street | $45+
It’s Pirate Day in Adventure Bay and Ryder will need all paws on deck as he and the PAW Patrol discover a secret treasure map while on a mission to rescue Cap’n Turbot from a mysterious cavern. It’s up to Chase, Marshall, Skye, and all their heroic pirate pup friends to save the day and find the pirate treasure before Mayor Humdinger finds it first! This event is at the F&M Bank Arena.
Check out the full event calendar for direct links to the listed events and even more exciting things to do.