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EARTH HOUR FLASHLIGHT HIKE
Saturday, March 28th at 8pm
Imagine just one hour in Nashville when you can view the stars from Broadway Downtown. Seem impossible? Earth Hour is a global movement in which over 1,500 cities around the world shut off their lights for one hour! During this hour, Team Green is leading a flashlight hike beginning with an inspirational view of Downtown shutting off its lights one block at a time.
When Saturday, March 28th at 8pm
Where Titan Stadium. Park on the Woodland Street bridge side.
Meet at the far right crosswalk when facing Titan Stadium from Woodland Street.
Cost FREE! and open to the public. But remember to turn your lights off at home before you come!
Difficulty This event is beginner friendly! Bring Flashlights!
Children Policy This event is family friendly!
Dog Policy Friendly dogs on leashes are welcome!
Meet at far right crosswalk when viewing Titan Stadium from Woodland Street at 8pm. We will view the lights turn off at 8:30pm then will hike along Downtown. Hiking route is subject to change. Tentative route is
Woodland Street bridge down Union Street,
Left on 2nd ave to Church,
Left on 7th to Demonbreun,
Left on Demonbreun,
Left on 4th to Broadway,
Right on Broadway,
Right on 3rd to Pedestrian Bridge.
Left on Pedestrian Bridge to Titan Stadium,
Along waterfront back to Woodland Street side of Stadium.
The lights will turn back on at 9:30pm. Downtown will be crowded near the Sommet Center, along Broadway, and down 2nd ave. If these areas are not too crowded, we may change the route to view more of these streets.
About Earth Hour
Are you afraid of the dark? Nashville isn’t! In 2009 Nashville is participating in a global movement to shut off every light in the city for one hour, along with 337 cities around the globe, setting the platform for an unprecedented global mandate for action on climate change. Join in the festivities!