Nashville’s International Puppet Festival: Creepy, But Cool

Highlight of our weekend: Nashville’s International Puppet Festival. Over 3,000 people will be in town for this annual festival, so you may want to consider hopping the bus downtown to check it out. Shows started today at 9am and will be going through Sunday evening like clockwork, with performers from all over the world bringing their puppetry skills to the Downtown Library.

Click here for a complete schedule of the three days. We’re particularly excited about seeing Huber Marrionettes by Phillip Huber, best known for his work in Being John Malkovitch. Tickets can be reserved online for a $2.50 service charge, or you can take your chances at the walk-up tickets for free. 

Photo by curious expeditions