View a map with driving directions using your preferred map provider: Google Maps, Bing Maps, or MapQuest. You can use DriveDistance.com to get the full driving distance from Chattanooga to Nashville with directions.
The total driving distance from Chattanooga, TN to Nashville, TN is 135 miles or 217 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Chattanooga, Tennessee. It ends in Nashville, Tennessee.
If you are planning a road trip, you might also want to calculate the total driving time from Chattanooga, TN to Nashville, TN so you can see when you'll arrive at your destination.
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Looking for free live music in Nashville, the Music City? According to VisitMusicCity.com, Music City hosts live music 24/7 year round. And the live music performances are free.
You can download the Nashville Live Music Guide App, which shows you where, what, who, when, and how to find live music playing in Nashville. This free app will let you browse through over 150 clubs in the Nashville area with live music calendar for the day of your visit.
Some of the free music events in Nashville include:
Jack Daniel’s Best of Broadway, New Year’s Eve in Music City
Let Freedom Sing – July 4 in Music City
Nashville Symphony Community Concerts
Music in the Vines at Arrington Vineyards
Big Band Dances
Pinkin’ on the Plaza
Tomato Art Fest
Live on the Green Music Festival
Octoberfest Nashville’s Original German Festival
While in Nashville, we suggest attending a concert at Ryman, the famous National Historic Landmark and at the legendary Grand Ole Opry.
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