Rascal Flatts adds Nashville stop to farewell tour (WSMV)
Country group Rascal Flatts announced a farewell tour earlier this year, and has elected to add nine additional dates to their schedule. A stop in upstate New York, St. Louis, West Palm Beach, and Nashville have been added to their already packed schedule for “Rascal Flatts Farewell: Life Is A Highway Tour.” The farewell tour finale will now be held at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, on Friday, October 30th of this year.
Wu-Tang Clan returns to Ryman Auditorium for May concert (WSMV)
Wu-Tang Clan announced Tuesday that they will be returning to the “Mother Church of Country Music” for a concert on May 3.
Curator weaves musical story for upcoming museum (WSMV)
The National Museum of African American Music is set to open in the fall of 2020 and a team of people, from construction to curation, is working tirelessly to get it ready.
Art studio gives opportunities to those living in poverty (The Denver Channel)
When you think of Nashville, you think bright lights and big music. Poverty is not part of its image. “There’s so many creative people that never get a chance to do anything with it. You’re too busy trying to survive, trying to eat, trying to stay alive,” said Chris Bandy, an artist.
Rejoice School of Ballet Empowers Dancers With Disabilities (Nashville Scene)
Rejoice provides high-quality ballet instruction to low-income students and students of color on a sliding scale, and the school has never been known to shy away from pushing the limits of the art form.
NBA legend cooks meals for Nashville’s homeless community (WKRN)
An NBA legend is hoping to feed 10,000 people in need across the country, including right here in Music City.
Once Upon a Time in France Delivers Great Food and Cozy Ambience (Nashville Scene)
Once Upon a Time in France represents something truly delightful for Nashville: A French bistro owned by a French family, serving traditional French bistro cuisine.
Nashville Sounds announce “Third and Home” sports bar (News Channel 5)
As preparations are underway to get First Horizon Park ready for this year’s baseball season, preparations are also underway next door for a new development that will host the people of Nashville for the first time for food, drinks, and good times.
Diving into the 2020 Music City Polar Plunge in Nashville (WKRN)
The 21st Annual Polar Plunge is one of Special Olympics Tennessee’s key fundraisers, and directly funds the programs sponsored by Special Olympics and the athletes who compete in local, state and international competitions.