Americana Music Association
Looking for some fun things to do Memorial day Weekend? Check out all Nashville has to offer. We’ve compiled some fun highlights for you and the family!
Annual roots-music ceremony returns September 22nd to Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium.
Visit the new Tennessee State Library and Archives on Tuesday, June 1st to celebrate 225 years of statehood. Enjoy tours of the new facility, view the three original Tennessee constitutions and celebrate with Bicentennial Mall State Park and the Tennessee State Museum too for even more activities.
The Tennessee Titans’ football player, his brother, and a few other like-minded people are helping change a Nashville neighborhood for the better.
New BayHaven Food & Wine Festival joins Chow Chow and euphoria in the world of Southern food fests.
Yola has released “Stand for Myself,” the title track from her upcoming sophomore album that’s due out July 30th.
OZ Arts Nashville transforms its parking lot into an outdoor honky-tonk for this cosmic country musical about a rambunctious bride-to-be named Bonnie (aka Sloppy Bonnie when shes drunk).
After devastating shutdown and 18-month pause, the orchestra is set to resume regular performances at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. Highlights include Beethoven’s First and Ninth, Firebird with the Nashville Ballet and two recording projects; guest artists include Leslie Odom, Jr., Police drummer Stewart Copeland and Ben Folds.
The murals will eventually have to come down, but organizers have already found them new homes in local schools and the police department.
The informal collective of women artists includes three Guggenheim Award winners.