Williamson County Performing Arts Center at Academy Park
Nashville Shakespeare Festival Brings The Tempest to Franklin (Williamson Source)
After a six-week run at their brand-new location at oneC1TY in Nashville, The Nashville Shakespeare Festival is bringing their production of The Tempest to the Williamson County Performing Arts Center at Academy Park in Franklin.
Music City Food + Wine Festival Features Locals Worth Checking Out (Nashville Scene)
Headed into its seventh iteration downtown on Sept. 20-22, the Music City Food + Wine Festival has certainly stirred the pot this year.
16 Fall Things To Do In Nashville (NowPlayingNashville)
While the temperature may not be dropping like we all hope, Starbucks is serving Pumpkin Spice Lattes and fall has “FINALLY” arrived! As always, there is no shortage of great events in Nashville to attend this season. Check out this small sampling of not-to-miss events taking place this fall in Nashville!
Americana awards honor John Prine, Brandi Carlile, others (13 WTHR)
John Prine’s winning streak has continued at the Americana Music Association’s annual awards ceremony in Nashville, though his two-year reign as Americana artist of the year has ended.
Lenny Kravitz rocks out in solo show in Nashville (The News Tullahoma)
Rocker, Actor and really just all-around versatile artist Lenny Kravitz was in Nashville on Thursday, playing to near sold-out crowd at Ascend Amphitheater.
New arcade bar looks to revamp South Nashville (News 4)
A massive gaming and arcade bar is headed to South Nashville. Game Terminal Super Arcade and Bar will feature five decades worth of over 300 vintage and new arcade games and pinball machines, making it one of the largest selections of games in the country.
Musical roots run deep in Nashville — the city that dominates new PBS series ‘Country Music’ (Sun Port Charlotte)
Jay McDowell is a nerd, he’s quick to point out. The head nerd, in fact, of the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville. Or at least that’s what the multimedia archivist, the official title on his snazzy black and gold business card, calls himself as he leads a small group of visitors through the fascinating exhibits, stopping occasionally to point out one snippet or another about the musicians and songwriters behind the legends of every genre of music, not just of country.
Project aiming to create opportunity for artists, affordable housing adds Nashville units (Fox 17)
A Nashville non-profit is working hard to provide low income housing and support for aspiring artists. Urban Housing Solutions just opened phase two of their project at 26th and Clarksville Pike in north Nashville.
So You Think You Can Dance: Mariah Russell comes in 2nd place (Tennessean)
Mariah Russell may not be “America’s Favorite Dancer,” but the Nashville-raised talent still had a victorious night on the “So You Think You Can Dance” finale.
Paul Simon, Garth Brooks to perform at Musicians Hall of Fame ceremony in Nashville (Tennessean)
Paul Simon hasn’t played his last song in Music City. Though the legendary singer-songwriter brought his farewell tour to Nashville in 2018, he’ll be back on stage at Schermerhorn Symphony Center next month.
Kenny Chesney Named ‘Artist Humanitarian’ for Charity Efforts (Sounds Like Nashville)
Superstar Kenny Chesney will receive a public “thank you” from the Country Radio Broadcasters organization next year. He’ll be given the 2020 Artist Humanitarian Award to honor his career-long focus on giving back.
Cam’s Unlikely Journey from the Bay Area to Country Music Stardom in Nashville (KQED)
With a double-platinum country single and songwriting credits for Sam Smith and Miley Cyrus, the country singer Cam has made a name for herself as a full-fledged Nashville star. But a conversation with her quickly reveals that she’s a Bay Area girl through and through.