Music City Freedom Festival: Bring the whole family to this outdoor event. There will be inflatables for the kids, vendors and live music.
The Jefferson Street Sound Museum (JSSM) continues its preservation, education and amplification of Black music in Nashville with its dynamic roster of soulful music performances and programs for all ages.
South Street — a Midtown restaurant favorite known for its distinctive interior vibe and Southern regional and Cajun menu — is slated to make a comeback after having been closed for four years.
Bonnaroo is one of the most popular live music events in the country, and this year’s festival is expected to bring more than 40,000 attendees to the area.
Assembly Food Hall, one of the country’s largest food halls and entertainment destinations, celebrates one year in business after quickly becoming a must-visit venue for visitors and locals with 30+ eateries and bars. The Food Hall, on the second and third floor of 5th + Broadway, officially opened in June 2021 to much anticipation, delivering high-quality, experiential dining and entertainment that guests savor.
Production photos have been released for the world premiere of May We All: A New Country Musical ahead of opening night on Wednesday, June 15. The musical began its world premiere engagement at Tennessee Performing Arts Center in Nashville, TN on June 7 and plays through July 17, 2022.
Columbia State Community College’s Pryor Art Gallery will feature three Tennessee abstract artists in the “Pigments of Imagination” exhibit. The exhibit will be open to the public from June 13 until July 22.
One foundation is looking to celebrate and honor a legendary Tennessee coach’s 70th birthday by supporting a cause that became her mission.
When you talk about African Americans in country music, Charley Pride paved the way, and with the likes of Breland, Mickey Guyton and Jimmie Allen, there is more diversity in the industry. But the bridge between the new and the old is Darius Rucker.
The Nashville Predators have signed defenseman Jeremy Lauzon to a four-year contract worth $8 million. The Predators announced the move Monday, keeping the defenseman they got in March at the trade deadline from Seattle. General manager David Poile said they’re excited to keep Lauzon.
Fans of Country Music star Chris Stapleton will now have a place to follow his journey from Kentucky native to Nashville songwriter and stardom at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
Artlink and Local Clarksville are teaming up for a celebration of local artists, artisans and small businesses. Artsville Fest will be taking place on Friday, Sept. 30 and continuing until Saturday, Oct. 1.