Erin Holcomb | NowPlayingNashville.com
Labor Day weekend marks the official end of all summer fun and activities. It’s obvious this year from our Labor Day Weekend Guide that there is more Things to Do than in previous years. It features a collection of last chance summer events like waterparks, fireworks, closing of exhibits, festivals and family fun. So if you’re not ready to say goodbye to summer, it’s OK. You have one last weekend to celebrate!
Put on your white shoes, white pants, and get out to celebrate the end of summer 2016! Here are five samplings of Things to Do this Labor Day Weekend:
Southern Living #NashvilleNow Weekend
September 1 – 4
In celebration of Southern Living’s 50th anniversary, the magazine and the city of Nashville have teamed up to bring you a weekend of experiences that celebrate the city’s food, fashion, art, and, of course, music. >>> MORE DETAILS.
Musicians Corner | Emmylou Harris, Andrew Ripp, Fiona Culley, Grace Theisen, and more
Musicians Corner will finish out its season this Labor Day Weekend. Events will feature multi-genre artist performances on the SunTrust Main Stage and Lightning 100 Acoustic Stage, Mix 92.9 Kidsville activities, several of Nashville’s best food trucks, Dogville activities, local artisans, featured charity partners, and the Musicians Corner Pub. >>> MORE DETAILS.
Closes September 4
Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art
International Playhouses, an exciting and interactive installation features six new playhouses, each inspired by and artfully designed to represent the architecture of the global destinations the Cheek family visited in the 20s & 30s. >>> MORE DETAILS.
Music City Hot Air Balloon Festival 2015 from South Street Co. on Vimeo.
Music City Hot Air Balloon Festival
Percy Warner Park
Get ready for an afternoon and evening full of fun for the whole family! The Music City Hot Air Balloon Festival will feature local arts & crafts, Beer Tent, kid zone, VIP area, LIVE music and the night will end with a spectacular hot air balloon glow. >>> MORE DETAILS.
Nashville Shores Waterpark
Closes September 11
Brave the waves in the gigantic wave pool, plunge down the 8 thrilling water slides, or, play, slide and splash in Kowabunga Beach, a massive water tree house and playground. >>> MORE DETAILS.