Greet the New Year 2013 in Clarksville
The city of Clarksville with a population of about 133,000 is best known as the home of Austin Peay State University and The Leaf-Chronicle, the oldest newspaper in Tennessee. However, this Tennessee city has much more to offer than just academics classes and newspapers. In addition to the city’s most famous attractions such as Customs House Museum & Cultural Center, Sevier Station, Dunbar Cave, Walk Clarksville, and Public Square, Clarksville claims lots of museums, restaurants, bars, shops, a garden, a solid number of golf courses, a national park and a wide selection of spas. For New Year’s Eve revelers looking to usher in 2013 in a spirit of fun, Clarksville is the place to be.
Live music is a popular way of ushering in the New Year at the Warehouse, The Gilroy and the new Jazz establishment Singletons. Other venues feature DJ’s including Kickers in Oak Grove, McKenzie’s Lounge at the Riverview Inn, The Black Horse Pub and Brewery and the Sidelines Sports Bar & Grill. In addition to the great music, you can find Beer Pong, Karaoke, a limbo contest and palm reading at the Gilroy, Kelly’s On Franklin Street, and the Hilton Garden Inn, respectively.