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DRAGON BOAT RACE *
Saturday, August 22nd
The Dragon roars again! Participants in Nashville’s Dragon Boat Race compete with other teams of 22 in Hong Kong style dragon boats! Register your own Team, or snag a spot on the Team Green and Lightning 100 boats!
When Saturday, August 22nd
Where Riverfront Park, Downtown Nashville
Cost The Team Green & Lightning 100 Teams are full. You register your own team, visit www.NashvilleDragonBoat.com.
Difficulty Beginner friendly, team building experience!
Children Policy This is an 18 and up event
Dog Policy Dogs may attend the festival
Team Green / Lightning 100 Teams
You don’t need experience rowing, just a competitive spirit and drive to win! Spots are available on first-come-first-serve basis. If you snag a spot, your trip leader will email payment instructions for your $10 donation benefiting Cumberland River Compact, keeping Nashville waterways clean.
About Dragon Boat Race
“Teamwork is key to winning Nashville’s newest tradition, the dragon boat race. Twenty rowers, sitting in a long canoe-like vessel, must paddle in absolute harmony or victory is unattainable.”
Nashville’s Dragon Boat is one of the best Team Building exercises for your company, family, or group of friends. Each dragon boat fits 22 rowers and boat captain. During the all day festival teams compete for spirit awards and Grand Champion title!
Cost $1250 per group of 22 (about $55 per person)
All proceeds go to the Cumberland River Compact to improve the quality of our precious waterways.