Nashville Soccer Club and the Nashville LGBT Chamber of Commerce will join forces to celebrate PRIDE Month by hosting the official Nashville SC PRIDE Night at GEODIS Park on Saturday, June 11, as the club takes on the San Jose Earthquakes at 5 p.m. CT. The event will highlight the LGBTQ+ community and raise funds in support of programming and advocacy initiatives focused on diversity, equity and inclusion.
Ryman Auditorium joined places like Austin City Limits and Whiskey A Go-Go in Hollywood as one of 12 landmark venues by the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Museum nationwide.
The Mechanical Licensing Collective (MLC) is commemorating Black Music Month by teaming up with Nashville Music Equality (NME) to present “For The Culture: Empowering Black Music Creators to Achieve Beyond Reach.”
The organization believes this alliance will raise awareness of the need that is growing across the state of Tennessee. Last year alone, donations of food to the Middle Tennessee area increased by over 40% last year, donating over 26 million pounds to individuals and families in need.
For his only stop in Nashville this summer, country music artist Tim McGraw will perform as part of the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix.
Pain has a way of bringing things into perspective. But in the case of dancer and choreographer Rebekah Hampton Barger, chronic pain also inspires her art.
Kenny Chesney now holds the record for the largest single-day concert crowd in the history of Nashville’s Nissan Stadium.
At Sarabhas Creamery, Gursharan Singh and Manpreet Gill offer unbeatable Indian-style ice cream.
The Summer Movie Magic series presented by Denark Construction is coming back to the Tennessee Theatre with a lineup of three themed movies each weekend in the categories of music, popular classics and family entertainment.
Tennessee State Parks will celebrate National Trails Day on Saturday, June 4th, 2022 with free guided hikes at all 56 state parks. The events come as National Trails Day celebrates its 30th anniversary and Tennessee State Parks celebrate its 85th anniversary.
FIFA will make its highly anticipated announcement in just over two weeks about where they’ll stage the FIFA World Cup 2026 across Canada, Mexico, and the United States. Nashville is one of 22 cities on the list of candidates. Others include Atlanta, Cincinnati, Denver, Kansas City and Seattle.