MUSIC CITY SKINNY | JUNE 26, 2020

Nashville’s Margaritaville Hotel Is Open (NowPlayingNashville) Originally debuted in October 2019, the Margaritaville Hotel Nashville brings an entirely unique concept to Music City with a “no worries” tropical vibe.   Laces tied, bowling balls shined…

Nashville’s Margaritaville Hotel Is Open (NowPlayingNashville)
Originally debuted in October 2019, the Margaritaville Hotel Nashville brings an entirely unique concept to Music City with a “no worries” tropical vibe.

 

Laces tied, bowling balls shined as lanes reopen at popular downtown venue (News 4 Nashville)
It’s a music venue, restaurant, and bowling alley all rolled into one and today, the famed Brooklyn Bowl, will open its lanes for bowling.

 

Burger Week Is Coming Back! (Nashville Scene)
If you’ve been craving a great burger, and I imagine many of you (us) have been, you’re in luck because Burger Week is coming back here at the Scene!

 

Grand Ole Opry, Ryman Auditorium reopening for tours this Friday (Fox 17 Nashville)
Country music lovers are getting some news that’s music to their ears.

 

Nashville and Chattanooga Breweries Team Up to Release Beer Benefiting Tennessee’s 56 State Parks (Brewbound)
Nashville’s Tennessee Brew Works (TBW) and Chattanooga’s Five Wits Brewing Co. (FWB) have teamed-up to benefit Tennessee State Parks through their collaboration, Hazy Trails IPA.

The Arts & Business Council Launches Sale to Benefit Artists (Nashville Scene)
Snag work by Vadis Turner, Jodi Hays and more and contribute to the Artist Relief Fund.

 

Racing returns to Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway on June 27 (WKRN News 2)
The COVID-19 pandemic shutdown sports in Music City for almost two months, but after several postponements, racing is finally making its return to Nashville Fairgrounds Speedway.

 

Tennessee State Museum Reopens to Visitors on July 1 (NowPlayingNashville)
The Tennessee State Museum will welcome visitors back to experience Tennessee history, art, and culture from the state’s natural history beginnings through the present day.

 

Nashville artists create murals over boards of vandalized downtown businesses (WSMV)
There is no question, our city has experienced history again and again this year. In some cases, recovery can feel slow. To help the city look and feel more welcoming comes an effort called Artists on Board.