Wine Down Main Street


Much Anticipated Wine Down Main Street Returns
November 6th for 20th Anniversary 

Online tickets sales have ended. A limited number of general admission tickets will be sold at the ticket sales locations located at the corner of Fourth & Main and the Franklin Public Square. 

Mark your calendars, call your friends and book the babysitter, the 20th Anniversary Wine Down Main Street  is set for Saturday, November 6th.  New this year, the Historic Franklin Theatre will host VIP guests. The Franklin Theatre, located right in the heart of historic downtown Franklin, will treat VIP guests to signature cocktails as well as select Lipman Bros. wines, along with choice food selections from CoreLife Eatery, Menu Maker Catering and Taziki's Meditterranean Cafe, and the soulful sounds of Elecoustic Soul.  VIP tickets are SOLD OUT, they include admission to the Franklin Theater. Premium VIP tickets are $200 and they include a gift bag chock full of items such as gift certificates, wine, beer and more.  Lipman Brothers, Nashville’s oldest and largest distributor of wine and spirits is the official wine sponsor.


Live Music


Elecoustic Soul                                                  Gale Mayes                                      Brauni                            Carly Moffa                                 

VIP-Historic Franklin Theatre                       Fifth & Main Stage                          Franklin Public Square Stage               Courtyard at Harpeth Square                                        



Celebrity Chef

While at tasting station, Olivia Olive Oil meet Celebrity Chef Cindy Chambers, who will be creating special tasting dishes with Olivia Olive oils and balsamic vinegars!

Chef Cindy has instructed for companies such as Whole Foods Market, Wild Oats Natural Market Place, Viking Culinary Arts Center, and Inspired Chef, a division of KitchenAid. Her food styling & TV credits include internationally aired infomercials, TV shows such as the nationally syndicated daytime TV talk show “Pickler & Ben”, ABC’s daytime talk and food-centric show “The Chew”; GAC’s “Celebrity Kitchen”; Scripps/Shop at Home Network’s “Cook’s Corner” and local shows such as WTVF’s “Talk of the Town”; WZTV’s “Fox & Friends” & WSMV’s “More at Midday”.


Become an Event Sponsor or Sponsor a Food Tent

You can stand up as a champion for local youth by sponsoring Wine Down Main Street of providing food samples from your regular menu. Benefits include numerous advantages ranging from advertisements to tickets and to product placement opportunities.  Contact Denise Carothers,  Director of Resource Development ,Williamson County, at if you would like to sponsor or with any questions.

Contribute to the Gift Bag 

One easy way to support this event, and the youth it benefits, is to donate to our Premium VIP gift bags. With 100 Premium VIP guests, your donation to Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee will be widely recognized and appreciated. In addition to the exposure you will gain during the event, we will recognize our contributors on the website leading up to the event.  Contact Denise Carothers,  Director of Resource Development ,Williamson County , at if you would like to facilitate an item pick-up or with any questions.

Reserve Your Tickets 

When you attend Wine Down Main Street, you experience the best night out all year: the streets are closed to traffic; wines, beers and spirits, provided by Lipman Brothers, are poured in the charming shops; food samplings are provided by area restaurants; and local musicians entertain thousands of attendees along the way.

Buy online using the link below or purchase at the Franklin Boys & Girls Club 129 west fowlkes Street Suite 1000 Franklin, TN 37064

A Special Thank You to Our Sponsors:

           Official Wine Sponsor             

              Winery Sponsor                  


Vintner Sponsor 



Wine Tasting Sponsors


                     Loy Hardcastle                                              

Water Tents Sponsors


Corkscrew Sponsors



Media Partners













Tasting Stations (wine, beer or spirits)    


                             C.T. Grace                                                                                                                                




   Tasting Stations (food options)   


          Hotel Partners

Bool your stay at one of the hotels below.

Embassy Suites Cool Springs- $147 a night.   Call 615-515-5151 or 1-800 - HILTONS and the group code is WDM or  use the Booking link: Wine Down Main Street
The Harpeth Hotel $249 a night. Click here to book now.


Gift Bag Donors 

Holiday market tote bags bags generously provided by

Americana TaphouseCarriage House Custom Homes & Interiors, CoreLife EateryebarsEdible Nashville, Fantastic Sam's,  For Every Child & Tween,  Heylee BLipman, Mainstream Boutique,  Nashville Dry,  Nashville Lifestyles, Naxos of AmericaOlivia Olive OilPassaggio Wines,   Puckett's Grocery & Restaurant, Southern Exposure, Taziki's CafeTito's,   Town Center at Berry FarmsWhite Bison Coffee, Vinnie Louise, and Your Williamson.


In Kind Sponsors 

           Lenora Clifford                    


  1. Where do I purchase tickets?  All tickets will be sold online or at sponsor and merchant locations. A complete listing of tickets will be on the “Get Tickets” page.  
  2. Do you sell a Designated Driver ticket? Yes, Designated Driver tickets are available for $35 per person the night of the event at the ticket sales tents on the Square or Corner of Fourth and Main. Designated driver ticket holders will not receive a wine glass, but will have access to food and water tents.
  3. Are tickets refundable? Wine Down Main Street tickets are not refundable as this is a charitable fundraising event.
  4. How tickets delivered and what are is needed for admittance to the event? Either an actual ticket or your paper customer receipt with order number from your online purchase is the preferred method of check in. Please remember this is a 21+ event and you must show a valid photo ID the night of the event.
  5. What is included in the ticket price?  Tickets include wine, beer, and food tastings by many of middle Tennessee’s favorite restaurants. VIP tickets are $125 per person and include access to an exclusive VIP lounge at The Franklin Theatre from 7 to 10 pm. A limited number of Premium VIP tickets are available for $200 and include the benefits of VIP plus a gift bag stuffed with items and offerings from exclusive partners. Designated driver ticket holders will not receive a wine glass, but will have access to food and water tents.
  6. What time does the event start and end? The event starts at 7 pm and ends at 10 pm; however, if you arrive early registration lines will be open by 6:30 pm. VIP and Premium VIP ticket holders may check in at The Franklin Theatre beginning at 6:30 pm.  
  7.  Where are the registration lines? Anyone that has purchased a general admission hard ticket or an online ticket may check in at either the Square or corner of Fourth and Main. VIP and Premium VIP ticket holders may check in at The Franklin Theatre beginning at 6:30 pm.
  8. What happens in the event of inclement weather? This is a rain or shine event.
  9. What do I wear? Attire is business casual, but you may consider comfortable shoes for walking throughout the event.
  10. Where do I park? Parking is available at the parking garages located at 2nd Ave. S and 4th Ave. S. You may also parallel park on side streets as available.
  11. Do you provide Safe Rides Home? Twilight TODD Service-Schedule your ride to and from Wine Down Main Street, by emailing: Seating is limited. Tickets will be sold in order of reservation received. Reservations must be made 48 hours in advance. $6.00 a person for round trip ticket. Twilight TODD Service will be available from 6:30-10:30 PM. For more information, call 615-628-0263.
  12. How do I volunteer? For volunteer opportunities, click here or call 615-628-8188
  13. Who does Wine Down Main Street benefit? Wine Down Main Street benefits Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee. For more than 118 years; Boys & Girls Clubs of Middle Tennessee has enabled all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, and responsible citizens. Annually, more than 4,700 youth walk through the doors of the eleven Middle Tennessee Boys & Girls Clubs.  Clubs are located in Davidson & Williamson counties. Clubs provide a safe place, professional caring staff, fun and friendship, and high-impact youth development programs on a daily basis during critical non-school hours. Priority programs emphasize academic success, good character and citizenship, and healthy lifestyles.  Learn more at or follow us at or


Denise Carothers
Director of Resource Development, Williamson County