The 2019 Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville will be celebrating its 29th glorious year from February 1-3, 2019, making our Show the longest-running, largest and most prestigious event of its kind in the country.

This year’s theme, “A Passion For Home,” has attracted an impressive and entertaining lineup of speakers including a GRAMMY®-winning superstar, designers, architects, floriculture experts and a world-class chef. In addition to the informative lectures, our Show floor features over 150 extraordinary antique, art and horticulture dealers and magnificent gardens to create the go-to design event our attendees enjoy each winter.

All Show proceeds benefit two beloved charities in our community, Cheekwood Estate & Gardens and the charities of the Economic Club of Nashville (ECON).

The 2019 Antiques and Garden Show will once again be held in the entertainment epicenter of downtown Nashville at the magnificent Music City Center. With attendees anticipated from 36 states and multiple countries, we’re expecting a sell-out crowd, so purchase tickets soon!

Welcome to Nashville!

2019 General Chairmen

Martha Chapman & Shea Ghertner

2019 Honorary Chairman

Gil Schafer III

Award-winning architect Gil Schafer III is one of the world’s leading experts on contemporary classical architecture. A member of Architectural Digest’sAD100 and a winner of Veranda’s “Art of Design Award,” he holds a Master of Architecture from the Yale School of Architecture and is the author of the best-selling books The Great American Houseand A Place to Call Home. He is a member of the Yale School of Architecture Dean’s Council, a trustee of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation and served as president and then chairman of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art for over a decade. Schafer’s work has been featured in numerous national and international publications, including Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, Veranda, The New York Timesand The Wall Street Journal. When he is not traveling for work, he divides his time between New York City, upstate New York and Maine.