MUSIC CITY SKINNY | JULY 30, 2021

Nashville Zoo announces “From Nashville Zoo with Love” set for August 4th (Clarksville Online) Enjoy a fun-filled night including musical performances, TV personalities, and your favorite Zoo animals to help support Nashville Zoo’s current and…

Nashville Zoo announces “From Nashville Zoo with Love” set for August 4th (Clarksville Online)

Enjoy a fun-filled night including musical performances, TV personalities, and your favorite Zoo animals to help support Nashville Zoo’s current and future plans.

Music City’s next big entertainment district has been announced (WKRN)

The massive property will boast a concert venue, movie theater, and more in the downtown area. Right now it looks like just a big slab of dirt, but the site will eventually become over 3.5 million square feet right of development in Music City.

Tennessee Brew Works partnering with TPAC (WSMV)

Over the next several weeks, you can get a beer and help Nashville’s fine arts at the same time. Tennessee Brew Works announced that for every pint sold at their taproom on Sundays in July, August and September, they’ll donate $1 to TPAC.

Chauvet Arts Opens New Show, “Balance: Order And Chaos,” For August Art Crawl (Tennessee Tribune)

Featured artists including Stacy Widelitz, Mandy Rogers Horton, Lisa Shimko and new artist Paul Roden present balanced compositions created through varying degrees of harmony and disarray.

Top 5 must see artists at this year’s Pilgrimage in Franklin, TN (Melodic Magazine)

Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival is an annual arts festival in Franklin, Tennessee, a richly historic town just 20 minutes south of Nashville.

A Charlie Brown Christmas Live On Stage (NowPlayingNashville)

Just in time for the holiday season, the ‘Peanuts’ gang is coming to Tennessee Performing Art Center’s Polk Theater on Dec. 16-22 in A Charlie Brown Christmas Live On Stage.

Nashville’s Alex Walsh wins silver in women’s 200m individual medley (WSMV)

News 4 was with her family on Tuesday night as Walsh competed and will have their reaction on News 4 after the Olympics.

Pucker Up: It’s Almost Time for Another Nashville Margarita Festival (Nashville Scene)

We care about y’all here at the Scene. We really do! That’s why we’re throwing our eighth annual Nashville Margarita Festival on Friday, Aug. 20, on the bucolic green of OneC1TY at 3 City Blvd. off of Charlotte.