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october 27, 2017 | 6-9pm | The pavilion east

Kick off the Halloween weekend in one spirited evening. Sample 15 variations of tequila and chat with distillers while the DJs rock the block. You can look forward skeleton face painting, party music by the QDP DJs, tasty fare by Las Palmas Restaurante, and more! Proceeds benefit Fannie Battle, so every sip counts.


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These agave aficionados will be on site to guide you through tastings of their best tequilas.

non-profit partner

Day of the Dead Tequila Festival is proud to benefit Fannie Battle Day Home for Children.

Created in 1891 by Miss Fannie Battle, the Fannie Battle Day Home for Children is the oldest child care center in Middle Tennessee, serving families facing economic and educational hardships. The Program offers full-time, year-round, high-quality early childhood education for 102 children ages 6 weeks to 12 years. Fees are based on a sliding scale according to income, and families are required to be working or attending school.