After spotting a young fan in the front row, wearing a black cowboy hat and holding a sign that read “my first concert ever,” Brooks wanted to make his first concert one he’ll always remember.
Amy Harms is a painter and mixed media visual artist working out of her studio in Brentwood, TN. In her weave series, her process is to create paintings, then hand-cut, rearrange and hand-weave them into a single piece.
The most impactful competition alteration for all five series competing in the race weekend – the NTT INDYCAR SERIES, Indy Lights, GT America, Trans Am and Stadium SUPER Trucks will be the shift of the restart zone. Organizers also announced fans will enjoy some new entertainment options during the weekend.
The festival, which is now in its 8th year and takes place in Franklin, Tennessee, will feature a number of big names for its festival, which runs from September 24-25. Those names include Chris Stapelton, Brandi Carlile, Jon Batiste, the Avett Brothers, Lake Street Dive, Elle King, Trampled by Turtles, and many, many more.
Last month, Les Dames Nashville, led by Miller, kicked off Desegregating Nashville’s Food Scene: An Anti-Racism Brunch and Dialogue Series. In the first of three meetings, the group took on the topic Nashville’s Food History: How Race Played and Continues to Play a Role. At an event this Saturday, the topic will be Integrating Your Business: Bringing Inclusion to the Front and the Back of the House.
On May 14th, the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office SRO Division aims to raise enough funds to purchase clothing for students that can’t afford new clothes. School Resource Officer Sam Truebee told WGNS about the upcoming event…
With an extensive background in higher education, Dr. Clark joins TPAC having served in many roles at Belmont University, including Assistant Dean of Students, Director of Bridges to Belmont, Director of Multicultural Learning and Experience and liaison for the university’s collaboration with Metro Nashville Public Schools under the GEAR UP grant.
Held right on-site at the Martin Center for Nashville Ballet, this fun and festive event will feature a wide variety of games, activities, storytimes, plus a special performance by the artists of NB2, Nashville Ballet’s official second Company.
A five-time world champion in the world of wrestling stopped in Nashville Thursday. WWE superstar Drew McIntyre surprised dozens of Special Olympic athletes who take part of the Metro Parks DisABILITIES program.
Nashville’s Metro City Council have launched an initiative to help secure the future of some of Nashville’s best known historic live music venues. According to the Nashville Tennessean, members of the Metro Council voted to approve funding for several key areas, including $260,000 in American Rescue Plan funds to help fund a study exploring preservation strategies for venues.
Kick off the weekend at Cheekwood Estate & Gardens’ Thursday Night Out, happening every Thursday evening from 5-9 pm from May 5 through October 27. Thursday Night Out offers fiery musical performances, regionally-sourced food and spirits, lawn games and wellness classes, all with the gardens as the beautiful backdrop.