FISHERS, Ind. – Jenkins Management has accepted an invitation to house their Nashville antiques shows at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds at the south side of the Music City. Located near Vanderbilt University, the historic site offers all indoor facilities, extensive parking and food service for dealers and visitors.
The new facility allows Jenkins to continue the relationship with Country Home Magazine. In October the Nashville shows will be part of the Country Home Antiquing Festival, an event series that celebrates antiques, style, fun and creativity.
Antiques at Music Valley will be Oct. 30-Nov. 2 with a Thursday night opening. The Tailgate Antiques Show begins with early bird buying Friday morning and continues Oct. 31-Nov. 2.
The Nashville Fairgrounds, as it is locally known, has exhibit space in heated and air conditioned buildings, with easy access for loading and parking and security services.
There will be free on-site parking, food service, ease of moving about from one exhibit to another and the Jenkins policy of one admission for both shows.
With the extra space available at the fairgrounds, Jenkins plans to add future attractions to the show including Country Home demonstrations in cooking and decorating, possible appraisals and more. For details call 317-598-0012 or visit www.jenkinsshows.com.