Fact Sheet: Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th

Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th presented by Dr Pepper will feature CMA and ACM “Group of the Year” Old Dominion headlining during the free concert on Lower Broadway.

NASHVILLE – Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th presented by Dr Pepper will feature CMA and ACM “Group of the Year” Old Dominion headlining during the free concert on Lower Broadway. The event will feature the biggest fireworks show in Nashville history with the pyrotechnics synchronized to a live performance by the GRAMMY-winning Nashville Symphony. An event map is available.

GRAMMY-winning reggae artist Gramps Morgan, country-pop-punk singer-songwriter Cassadee Pope and country’s Levi Hummon will be part of the diverse concert lineup. A total of 17 Nashville-based artists will be featured on the Jack Daniel’s Broadway Stage and at the Amazon Family Fun Zone at Music City Walk of Fame Park, which will include free inflatables, games and other kid-friendly activities.

The Jack Daniel’s Broadway Stage will be located at First and Broadway. After the concert, the event will shift to Ascend Amphitheater for the live performance by the Nashville Symphony and the fireworks show. Media personality Kelly Sutton will host both stages, Wendy Moten of The Voice will sing the national anthem, Operation Song will perform and Coach (DJ) will entertain between sets. CMT will nationally broadcast a portion of the concert and the entirety of the fireworks show on a tape delay from 9 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. CT. The fireworks also will be streamed on visitmusiccity.com/july4th.

Performances at the Amazon Family Fun Zone on July 3 for Prelude to the 4th will include Troubadour Blue, Craig Duncan & Friends, Les Kerr & The Bayou Band, The Woods, Jesse Labelle and Emily Earle, along with DJ Dave Audé. On July 4, performances will include SanRafaelBand, Joe West Band, Jenny Tolman, Nick Howard and Jeverson, along with DJ Rod Youree. Labelle was the winner of the Nashville Needs a Song songwriting competition, a joint initiative in 2020 of the Mayor’s Office, NCVC and Nashville Songwriters Association International.

Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th presented by Dr Pepper is a free, family-friendly event created to entertain Nashvillians and attract visitors to generate economic activity and tax revenue for the city. The event has regularly drawn more than 200,000 attendees – and a record-breaking 350,000 in 2021. Last year’s event generated $14.7 million. This will be the 19th annual celebration produced by the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp and the 38th in the city.

Information booths will be located at Walk of Fame Park and at Fourth and Broadway. Merchandise will be for sale at the Visitor Information Center in the glass tower at Bridgestone Arena tower, at the Bridgestone Arena Plaza, at the Music City Shop at Fifth + Broadway and a merchandise trailer on Broadway near Fourth. The Advance Financial Photo Frame will be at Third and Broadway.

Food vendors and food trucks: Food vendors will be located on First Avenue, Bank Street and Gay Street Connector. Hot dog locations will be along Broadway. Food Truck Court will be located on Rep. John Lewis Way from Broadway to Demonbreun and Walk of Fame Park Plaza, and additional food trucks will be located on First Avenue near Ascend Amphitheater.

No drones or livestream permitted.

Media: Members of media must be credentialed. Media risers will be located at First and Broadway and at Ascend Amphitheater with mult box and power. No backstage or stage access. A media room will be available to credentialed media at the Hyatt Centric. It will include power and Wi-Fi.

Detailed information below about the following:

  • Fun Facts
  • Livestreaming
  • Event/Concert Schedule
  • Fireworks Viewing
  • Security Procedures
  • Parking and Transportation
  • Social Media
  • Partners and Sponsors
  • Artist Bios
  • Road Closures

Fun Facts

Fireworks

  • More aerial shells will be part of the fireworks show than ever before in Nashville history.
  • At precisely 31 minutes and 30 seconds, it will be the longest show ever in Nashville.
  • There will be four major positions, and the show will cover a large air space above the Cumberland River.
  • There will be more than 1,000 floating flares and special ghost shells as part of the show.
  • The show’s finale will be the most powerful in Nashville history with more salutes of loud boomer shells than ever before.
  • There will be 40,000 pounds of explosives and 200 miles of wire used.
  • Sixteen flatbed trailers mounted with fireworks will be used.
  • Some 40,000 pounds of sand will be used to bury the largest shells.
  • Twenty technicians from Pyro Shows will set up the show over the course of 11 days.
  • There will be eight pyrotechnicians in a steel bunker located at Nissan Stadium firing all of the shells synchronized to the Nashville Symphony performance.
  • The Symphony will play a mix of patriotic tunes and popular music, including fan favorites from Star Wars, and providing new music that will be played for the first time.

Event Production

  • Broadway stage spans 4,800 square feet, and the stage at Ascend Amphitheater is 2,400 square feet.
  • Number of production trucks: 45
  • Lighting fixtures used at both stages: 250
  • Audio speakers: 243
  • Miles of fiber optic video cable: 5 miles
  • Number of cable ramps: 1,000
  • Number of production crew/staff: More than 200 on the busiest day

Livestreaming

The fireworks show will be livestreamed on visitmusiccity.com/july4th/.

 

Event/Concert Schedule

(Artists and times subject to change)

Sunday, July 3, 2022
Music City Walk of Fame Park Open from Noon to 6:00PM

12-12:40pm

12:40-1pm

1pm-1:40pm

1:40-2pm

2-2:40pm

2:40-3pm

3-3:40pm

3:40-4pm

4-4:40pm

4:40-5pm

5-5:40pm

5:40-6pm

Troubadour Blue

DJ Dave Aude

Craig Duncan and Friends

DJ Dave Aude

Les Kerr & The Bayou Band

DJ Dave Aude

The Woods

DJ Dave Aude

Jesse Labelle

DJ Dave Aude

Emily Earle

DJ Dave Aude

Monday, July 4
Event Site Open from Noon to 10:00PM

Family Fun Zone Stage

Amazon Family Fun Zone Activation open from 12-5pm.

12-12:40pm

SanRaphaelBand

12:40-1pm

DJ Rod Youree/Set Change

1-1:40pm

Joe West Band

1:40-2pm

DJ Rod Youree/Set Change

2-2:40pm

Jenny Tolman

2:40-3pm

DJ Rod Youree/Set Change

3-3:40pm

Nick Howard

3:40-4pm

DJ Rod Youree/Set Change

4-4:40pm

Jeverson

4:40-5pm

DJ Rod Youree/Set Change

 

Main Show at Broadway Stage at 1st and Broadway

Ascend Amphitheater Gates Open at 4pm

4-4:30pm

Coach (DJ)

4:30-4:50pm

Main show opens with a welcome from Emcee Kelly Sutton, remarks from Mayor John Cooper, Color Guard, National Anthem from Wendy Moten, and fireworks.

4:50-4:55pm

Operation Song

4:55-5:25pm

Levi Hummon (30 min.)

5:25-5:40pm

Kelly Sutton Emcee/Coach (DJ)/Set Change (15 min.)

5:40-6:20pm

Cassadee Pope (40 min.)

6:20-6:40pm

Kelly Sutton Emcee/Coach (DJ)/Set Change (15 min.)

6:40-7:40pm

Gramps Morgan (60 min.)

7:40-8:05pm

Kelly Sutton Emcee/Coach (DJ)/Set Change (15 min.)

8:05-9:20pm

Old Dominion (75 min.)

9:08-9:10pm

Emcee Kelly Sutton opens Ascend Amphitheater show

9:10-9:18pm

Nashville Symphony seated/tuning/house music

9:18-9:20pm

Kelly Sutton Emcee introduces Nashville Symphony

9:20-9:29pm

Nashville Symphony Special Piece

9:29-10:01pm

Nashville Symphony with Fireworks (31.5 min.)

 

 

 

Fireworks Viewing

For those primarily interested in watching the fireworks, they are encouraged to go to the following locations that are part of the city’s July 4th event campus:

  • Lower Broadway
  • Ascend Amphitheater
  • Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge
  • Riverfront Park
  • The Green at Riverfront Park
  • Public Square Park
  • Music City Walk of Fame Park

Audio will be available on Broadway from First Avenue to Sixth Avenue, Walk of Fame Park, Riverfront Park, The Green at Riverfront Park, Gay Street Connector and Public Square Park.  Video screens will be placed at the Jack Daniel’s Broadway Stage and at Ascend Amphitheater. Those sitting in Ascend Amphitheater will be able to watch the Broadway Stage concert on a screen, while those on Broadway will be able to watch the Nashville Symphony performance on two onstage screens. Additionally, video screens will be located on Broadway, at Riverfront Park, at The Green at Riverfront Park and Walk of Fame Park.

Note: John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge and the Woodland Street Bridge will be closed to all traffic and pedestrians at 8:00PM. They will reopen following the event at the discretion of Metro Nashville Police Department.

 

Guidelines, Weather Safety and Security Procedures

The city’s annual free July 4 concert and fireworks show is expected to draw a record crowd and to ensure maximum safety for attendees, backpacks and coolers will not be permitted. Attendees are encouraged to pack smart, stay hydrated and bring refillable water bottles to fill at three free water stations. In addition, five misting stations will be stationed around the event site to help eventgoers stay cool throughout the day. First-aid tents will be located throughout the event site. Attendees are encouraged to pack sunscreen, hats, visors and sunglasses to help fight the heat.

There will be eight first aid locations with personnel from Vanderbilt Event Medical with Metro EMS.

Attendees should expect walk-through magnetometers and wanding. All personal items are subject to searches. A list of House Rules is available.

Permitted Items Include:

  • Collapsible chairs everywhere, except Ascend Amphitheater
  • Handheld personal-sized umbrellas (up to 36”)
  • Blankets and ground tarps (6’x8’ or less)
  • Small bags with maximum measurement of 16”x10”x4”
  • Personal cameras

Note: All chairs and umbrellas must be taken down and put away by 4 p.m.

Prohibited Items Include:

  • No coolers
  • No backpacks or luggage
  • No guns, knives, other weapons or dangerous devices of any kind
  • No outside alcoholic beverages. Only alcoholic beverages purchased from a designated official event vendor are allowed on site.
  • No illegal substances, drugs or drug paraphernalia
  • No fireworks
  • No laser pointers
  • No pets (except service animals)
  • No drones or other remote-controlled aerial or ground-based devices
  • No unauthorized vending, sales, sampling, solicitation or distribution of materials including handbills, flyers, stickers, beach balls, giveaways, etc. (event credentials required)
  • No wagons or pull-carts
  • No unauthorized personal transport devices, including bicycles, roller blades, skateboards, Segways, golf carts, mopeds, scooters, electric scooters (Bird, Lime, Spin, Lyft, JUMP, Gotcha, Bolt) or any personal motorized vehicles other than wheelchairs or ADA Devices (event credentials required)
  • No pedicabs or pedal taverns
  • No unauthorized amplification devices permitted, which disrupt event production, including handheld megaphones
  • No noisemakers (musical instruments, bullhorns, air horns, whistles, etc.)
  • No performances or demonstrations of any type outside of the Designated Freedom of Expression Zone
  • No pop-up tents
  • No beach or pole-style umbrellas
  • No inserting stakes, poles or any other objects into the ground, or use of ropes, cords, tape, etc. to reserve space
  • No hammocks or attaching anything to any park structures or trees
  • No audio recorders or video cameras
  • No camera stands, monopods, tripods, attachment sticks or selfie sticks
  • No pepper spray
  • No aerosol containers of any kind
  • No sealed containers of any kind
  • No throwing objects
  • No professional-grade radios or walkie-talkies
  • No large chains or spiked jewelry
  • No signs, flags on sticks or poles
  • No collapsible chairs in Ascend Amphitheater
  • PHONE RECORDINGS OF CONCERTS ARE ILLEGAL: No bootleg recording, streaming or reposting.

Note to Boaters: No anchorage between Woodland Street Bridge and KVB Bridge. River closes at 9:00 p.m.

 

Parking and Transportation

The Tennessee Highway Safety Office reminds everyone to plan ahead and find a sober ride home this Independence Day. Remember: Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk.

Nearby parking
On July 4, vehicle parking will be available at Nissan Stadium for $15. Lots E and P will open at 8 a.m. Lots A, B, C, D and F will open at 12 p.m. ($40 for RV parking in Lot P). Rideshare in Lot T. Credit cards only (no cash).

Additional parking options include:

  • Metro Courthouse parking garage for $15 (exit before 6am on July 5)
  • Music City Center, $15
  • Downtown Public Library, $20 maximum if you enter before 5 p.m. and $15 if you enter after 6 p.m. Must exit by 5 a.m. on July 5.
  • Fifth & Broadway parking garage, $30 maximum

To locate other available parking downtown, visit www.parkitdowntown.com.

Bicycle Storage Station

  • Public Square Park at corner of Third Avenue and Union Street (corner near B-Cycle rack)
  • South Second Street at corner of South Second Street and Victory Lane
  • Fourth Avenue South at Nashville Symphony Cut-Out

Scooter Corral Locations

  • Commerce Street between Third Avenue and Fifth Avenue (between the tree wells)
  • Broadway between Seventh Avenue and Sixth Avenue (south side between the tree wells)
  • Korean Veterans Boulevard between First Avenue and Eighth Avenue (between the tree wells)

Downtown Passenger Loading Zones

  • James Robertson Parkway from Third Avenue to Fifth Avenue (both north side and south side)
  • Deaderick Street from Third Avenue to Sixth Avenue (both north side and south side)
  • Commerce Street from Third Avenue to Fifth Avenue (south side)
  • Korean Veterans Boulevard (KVB) from Second Avenue to Eighth Avenue (both north side and south side)

Nissan Stadium Passenger Loading Zones

  • Woodland Street from North First Street to North Second Street (both north side and south side)

Musician Loading Zone Locations

  • Fourth Avenue North between Broadway and Commerce Street; red bagged meters next to AT&T building
  • Third Avenue North between Broadway and Commerce Street; red bagged meters next to Baker Donelson building
  • Broadway between Seventh Avenue and Sixth Avenue (north side); red bagged meters next to Masonic Lodge

Ride Share & Taxi Cab Stand Location

  • Seventh Avenue South at Broadway

WeGo Star

July 4th train tickets are available for purchase now on ticketsnashville.com. Round-trip tickets cost $15 with a $2 processing fee and cannot be purchased at local train stations TVM’s. The tickets will remain on sale until 24 hours before the event, or until the train is sold out. 650 tickets are available. Riders will receive one ticket for the round-trip and must present it to receive a colored wristband for the return trip. Children aged four and younger will not need a ticket to board but are required to sit in a parent or guardian’s lap. Weekday WeGo Star tickets and monthly passes will not be accepted for the July 4th train.

The return train will leave Riverfront Station one hour after the conclusion of the fireworks show. Riders will need to show their wristband to reboard the train.

The WeGo Star will depart to Nashville at the following times:

Lebanon: 4:00 p.m.
Hamilton Springs: 4:08 p.m.
Martha: 4:15 p.m.
Mt. Juliet: 4:25 p.m.
Hermitage: 4:35 p.m.
Donelson: 4:45 p.m.
Riverfront: 5:00 p.m.

WeGo Bus
All routes will operate on a Sunday schedule.  The fireworks are expected to end at approximately 10 p.m., and with new extended hours, most frequent and local routes will be operating until 11:15 p.m. Because congestion may require unexpected detours downtown, customers are encouraged to consider boarding at WeGo Central (Fourth and MLK). The following routes will be operating that will get customers home after the fireworks:

  • 3 West End/White Bridge
  • 4 Shelby
  • 7 Hillsboro
  • 8 8th Avenue South
  • 14 Whites Creek
  • 17 12th Avenue South
  • 18 Airport
  • 19 Herman
  • 22 Bordeaux
  • 23 Dickerson Road
  • 28 Meridian
  • 29 Jefferson
  • 34 Opry Mills
  • 50 Charlotte Pike
  • 52 Nolensville Pike
  • 55 Murfreesboro Pike
  • 56 Gallatin Pike

Free Park & Ride lots for the holiday service are at the following locations:

  • Vanderbilt lots of Natchez Trace
  • Bellevue Park & Ride
  • Global Mall at the Crossings
  • Walton Lane on Gallatin Pike
  • Dollar General at Hickory Plaza
  • Public Library Bellevue, Edgehill, Hadley Park, Inglewood, Madison, Richland Park, Southeast, and Thompson Lane branches

Access
Regular Access service will end at midnight. Access riders who would like transportation leaving the July 4th event need to schedule their trip before 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, July 3. Access vans will have a single departure at 10:30 p.m. from Broadway in front of Hume-Fogg Magnet School (between Seventh and Eighth Avenues).

Social Media

#NashvilleJuly4 & @VisitMusicCity
The official hashtag for the 2022 Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th is #NashvilleJuly4. Please use this hashtag in all social media posts about the event and follow along to join the conversation.

Follow us on social media for event updates, information, and answers to your #NashvilleJuly4 questions:
Twitter: @VisitMusicCity – twitter.com/visitmusiccity
Instagram: @VisitMusicCity – instagram.com/visitmusiccity
Facebook: Visit Music City – facebook.com/nashvillemusiccity/

The Bands on Social Media
#NashvilleJuly4 bands, emcees, and venue can be found on Twitter at:
@NashvilleSymph; @OldDominion; @GrampsMorgan; @CassadeePope; @LeviHummon; @TheKellySutton

The Advance Financial Picture Frame will be located on Broadway near Third Avenue. Take your photo in the frame and post on social media with the #NashvilleJuly4 tag and @VisitMusicCity.

Partners and Sponsors

 

Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th is presented by Dr Pepper and partners including Amazon, Advance Financial, Budweiser, Dr Pepper Zero, Folds of Honor Tennessee, General Jackson Showboat, Jack Daniel’s, Kroger, Nashville International Airport, Pure Kick, SLIQ® Spirited Ice, SoundWaves™ at Gaylord Opryland®, Wyler’s Light, Tennessee Highway Safety Office: Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk, Tennessee Department of Tourist Development, 103.3 Country, 95.5 Nash Icon, and The Big 98 (WSIX-FM).

Sponsor activations will take place from noon to 7 p.m.

Advance Financial
Snap a photo at the Advance Financial Photo Frame located at Third and Broadway.

Budweiser
Visit the Budweiser Macro Bar located at The Green behind Ascend Amphitheater, a great place to relax and enjoy the day.

Dr Pepper
Don’t miss the Dr Pepper Football Toss and sample Dr Pepper Dark Berry and Dr Pepper Dark Berry Zero – back for a limited time! They will also have other fun games, giveaways and plenty of Adirondack chairs to relax at the Amazon Family Fun Zone.

Folds of Honor Tennessee
Visit Folds of Honor Tennessee in the Amazon Family Fun Zone, where they will have an array of merchandise for sale, including baseball jerseys, T-shirts, water bottles and hats. Folds of Honor helps fund scholarships nationwide for the families of fallen and disabled military heroes.

Jack Daniel’s
Don’t miss the Jack Daniel’s Trailer featuring your favorite Jack Daniel’s drinks located on Broadway near Rep. John Lewis Way. Stop by the Jack Daniel’s Airstreams located at Second and Broadway and Fourth and Broadway. Live Freely Drink Responsibly.  Drop by for a photo at the Jack Daniel’s booth located near Rep. John Lewis Way. 

SLIQ
Visit the SLIQ Spirited Ice Tent to play the SLIQ DISQ game for a chance to win a free pop koozie, perfect for keeping your SLIQ frozen cocktail cool during the festivities!

Wyler’s Light
Cool off at the Wyler’s Light and Pure Kick Hydration Stations. The misting tents and water stations are located throughout the event site. You can also flavor your water by grabbing a FREE sample of Wyler’s Light Singles To Go or Pure Kick Hydration Drink Mix Sticks at select beverage stations throughout the event site and the information booths, which will be located at Walk of Fame Park and at Fourth and Broadway.

Tennessee Highway Safety Office - Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk
The Tennessee Highway Safety Office reminds everyone to plan ahead and find a sober ride home this Independence Day. Remember: Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk.

Tennessee Department of Tourist Development: Soundtrack of America
The Tennessee Department of Tourist Development will have hand fans at the information booths, which will be located at Walk of Fame Park and at Fourth and Broadway.

WSIX The Big 98
Stop by the Big 98 (WSIX-FM) tent, located off Rep. John Lewis Way, for Big 98 swag and various tickets

 

Artist Bios

Old Dominion
Old Dominion has emerged as one of the hottest breaking bands out of Nashville, fusing clever lyrics and an infectious sound. Their lyrical wit and hook heavy songwriting has certainly proved a winning method: since breaking onto the music scene in 2014, the band has notched eight No. 1 singles at country radio, surpassed one billion on-demand streams, earned several Platinum and Gold single certifications and headlined arenas and amphitheaters around the globe. Old Dominion is currently the reigning CMA and ACM “Group of the Year.” Most recently, the band won their fifth consecutive “Group of the Year” award at the 2022 ACM Awards and took home their fourth consecutive “Vocal Group of the Year” win at the 2021 CMA Awards. Over the course of their career, the band has also been named ACM “New Group of the Year,” A CCA “Breakthrough Group of the Year,” AIMP “Songwriter Artist of the Year” and Music Row “Breakthrough Artist of the Year.” At the 2020 CMT Awards, the band also took home their first win for “Group Video of The Year.” The band has also received nominations for multiple GRAMMY Awards, CMT Awards, American Music Awards, Billboard Awards, and iHeart Radio Awards. Front man Matthew Ramsey was ASCAP’s “Artist of the Year” in 2017. In October 2021, Old Dominion released their stunning fourth studio album Time, Tequila & Therapy, which features the smash summertime single “I Was On A Boat That Day.” The band saw their biggest radio impact yet with 133 adds out of the gate. “No Hard Feelings” was the most-added song at Country radio the week of its impact in December 2021. Old Dominion consists of lead singer Matthew Ramsey, lead guitarist Brad Tursi, multi-instrumentalist Trevor Rosen, bassist Geoff Sprung and drummer Whit Sellers. weareolddominion.com

Gramps Morgan
A Nashville native since 2012, Gramps Morgan moved to town after falling in love with Music City following a performance at the historic Ryman Auditorium while on tour with India.Arie. While his reggae roots are at the forefront with “Positive Vibration,” Gramps sees his music as genre-less - bursting with positive vibration - a soundtrack to celebrate both love and Music City. By flavoring reggae with dashes of both country and soul, Gramps effortlessly blends the sounds of legendary artists like Ken Boothe, Toots Hibbert, Jimmy Buffet and Kenny Chesney creating a sonic recipe all his own to bring everyone to the metaphoric table. His father, Denroy Morgan, a Jamaican immigrant, helped form the Black Eagles, New York’s first reggae group. He also organized several of his children into a reggae band with Gramps joining the appropriately titled Morgan Heritage. Morgan Heritage debuted at Jamaica’s Reggae Sunsplash Festival in 1994 and signed a recording contract with MCA Records that same year. Their debut album, Miracles, featured Gramps on vocals and keyboards. In 2009, after fifteen years of touring and recording with Morgan Heritage, the band decided to pursue solo careers. 
Gramps’s first solo effort, 2 Sides of My Heart, Volume 1, came out that same year. It landed him on “Good Morning America” and on tour with India.Arie and John Legend. India.Arie invited Gramps to be the featured vocalist on her breezy 2009 single “Therapy.” The song hit No. 22 on Billboard’s R&B and Adult Contemporary charts and remains Gramps’ highest charting single. 
In addition to his solo career, Gramps continued to work with Morgan Heritage. The group’s 2015 Strictly Roots topped the Reggae Music charts and earned a GRAMMY® Award in 2016 for Best Reggae Album. Morgan Heritage garnered two more GRAMMY® nominations: for 2017’s Avrakedabra and for feature vocals on Shaggy and Sting’s “44/876” (A&M Records, 2018). grampsmorgan.com

Cassadee Pope
Cassadee Pope is a GRAMMY-nominated, Platinum-certified singer-songwriter who released her ninth career album, Thrive on October 15, 2021. The album’s first single, “What the Stars See” was co-written by Cassadee and features Karen Fairchild (Little Big Town) and Lindsay Ell. Cassadee performed the track on The Kelly Clarkson Show. She wrote or co-wrote every song, blending influences from her pop-punk days fronting the band Hey Monday and her country music storytelling and songwriting. In 2020, she released her first acoustic solo album Rise and Shine, which was co-produced by Cassadee and Todd Lombardo. The collection of original songs followed her critically acclaimed album, Stages (2019) featuring hit singles “Take You Home,” “One More Red Light,” and “If My Heart Had a Heart.” From fronting Hey Monday to winning Season 3 of “The Voice” (2012) and releasing her No. 1 debut album Frame by Frame (2013), Cassadee has effortlessly re-arranged the lines of Country and Pop. Her Platinum-selling single “Wasting All These Tears” was awarded with “Breakthrough Video of the Year” at the 2014 CMT Music Awards and her No. 1 hit “Think of You” with Chris Young received a 2017 GRAMMY nomination for “Best Country Duo/Group.” Cassadee has performed on the TODAY show and has been featured in countless notable publications, including PEOPLE Magazine. She has toured extensively, joining legendary artists Tim McGraw and Dierks Bentley. She has played London’s iconic O2 Arena during C2C: Country to Country Festival, earned the distinction of the only Country artist to perform at 2018’s Warped Tour and joined Maren Morris on her GIRL: THE WORLD TOUR in 2019. Cassadee toured as the headliner of the “2019 CMT Next Women of Country Tour,” which brought the franchise outside of the U.S. for the first time. cassadeepope.com

Levi Hummon
Singer-songwriter Levi Hummon spent his 20s practicing his art, but his immersion into country music started much, much earlier: the day he was born. His father Marcus Hummon is one of Nashville’s most prolific GRAMMY-winning songwriters, having penned hits for The Chicks, Tim McGraw, Rascal Flatts and many more. Being raised by a songwriter and multi-instrumentalist meant that Hummon had master classes early and often, from the time his dad taught him his first three chords on the guitar, and he estimates that he wrote about a million songs with just those three chords. And now, with his viral Walker Hayes collaboration sensation “Paying for It” cementing his status as a rising country star, Hummon is just as at ease in a songwriting session as he is in the studio and on stage. His follow-up tune “Bottled Up” is one that Hummon says reveals more of who he is after a decade of honing his skills: a little countrier, with a roughness to his edges. levihummon.com

Wendy Moten
Wendy Moten is an exceptional, adaptable singer, a pure musical spirit, and a bridge from Memphis to Nashville to the rest of the world. Respected in the music industry as a consummate professional for years, the wider public discovered her talent and charm through her remarkable run on NBC’s The Voice in 2021. She turned all four judges’ chairs on her blind audition and ended up in second place overall – unprecedented for an artist in her 50s. A native of Memphis, Moten sang R&B on a major label in the 1990s then moved to Nashville to become an in-demand harmony singer. She spent 15 years as the key support voice for Julio Iglesias. She has toured with Martina McBride, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, and Vince Gill. She has performed as a soloist on the Grand Ole Opry multiple times and been a featured artist in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Musician Spotlight series. In 2019 she joined the Grammy-winning Nashville western swing band The Time Jumpers. wendymoten.com

SanRafaelBand
Nashville-based Rafael Vasquez fuses Latin jazz with the broader adult contemporary market, taking the reigns as a leading Latin artist in Music City. His music is a unique combination of the fiery guitar lines of Santana, the classical technique of Andreas Segovia, and the soulful and gritty vocal sound reminiscent of Sting. This compelling blend of jazz, blues and rock has created a new and popular sound that combines the best of salsa, Latin jazz, and rock. Rafael’s newest musical project, El Cine del Corazon (The Theater of the Heart) is a joint project between Acklen Entertainment and Belmont University. The collection contains an eclectic range of styles—from flamenco guitar to classic Latin rock.

Joe West
Singer/songwriter Joe West is the son of Sarge and Shirley West, the first and only nationally touring African American Country & Western Duo. He was raised on traditional country music with influences from gospel, R&B, rock, folk, blues and jazz and has been described as a cross between Kenny Rogers, James Taylor, Stevie Wonder and Merle Haggard. He serves as the house band for Nashville International Airport and a warm welcome to thousands. He has performed at Bluebird Cafe and private events at the home of the legendary Naomi Judd, opened for The Wooten Brothers and Sara Evans, and been a finalist on The Charlie Daniels round-up. He also has performed at George Jones Roof Top, Ole Red, City Winery, and the world-famous Tootsies Orchid Lounge.

Jenny Tolman
With a razor-sharp wit and throwback sound, Jenny Tolman is on deck to become her generation’s Roger Miller - a comedic troubadour wit a decidedly feminine perspective, offering savvy wordplay and wisdom far beyond her years. With titles like “High Class White Trash,” her debut album There Goes the Neighborhood lit up Nashville in 2020 by delivering engaging snapshots of small-town life in the fictional Jennyville. Not many new artists would step into the spotlight quite so brazenly but doing so has been worth the gamble thus far for Tolman, whom Music Row’s Robert K. Oermann says is “practically single-handedly bringing humor back into country music.” Tolman’s sophomore album Married in a Honky Tonk, which made Wide Open Country’s list of Most Anticipated Country Albums of 2022, was released in March to critical acclaim. jennytolman.com

Jeverson
Recently named to People Magazine’s Emerging Artist Gallery, this 28-year old Grenadian-born singer has recently tapped into Nashville’s multi-genre music heritage to create a unique elixir of R&B, soul and pop sounds spiced up with a bit of Island vibes. His self-titled six-song EP JEVERSON displays the musician’s signature sound, capturing the essence of soul music with a laid-back, island-life vibe. This is testament to Jeverson’s upbringing, which has had a heavy influence on his songwriting. This unique blend of sonic spices is influenced by artists such as Machel Montano, Patrice Roberts, Bob Marley, and Chronixx, blended up with a healthy influence from wide ranging mainstream pop artists like The Clark Sisters, Beyonce, Daniel Caesar and Jacob Collier, in addition to legends Otis Redding and Frank Sinatra. Born and reared in Grenada, Jeverson has been compared to artists ranging from James Brown to Bruno Mars, Anderson Paak, Leon Bridges and Chris Stapleton. He is preparing for a multi-city tour in Summer 2022. jeversonmusic.com

The Woods
The Woods are a true throwback to the songs and influences that initially inspired their varied musical pursuits, and they continually pay homage to the music that moves them through a style that is, at once, both familiar and progressive with newness and nostalgia in every song. Dan O’Rourke brought together Raquel Cole and Leland Rooney, and as of 2021 they officially formed a three-part harmony group known as The Woods. Dan’s musical roots are steeped in the folk-revival era and classic rock of the 60s and 70s, and the fingerprints of those influences are unmistakable in both the melodic style and lyricism of his songs. Raquel Cole is a seasoned musician with her own successful career as a Canadian country solo artist. Leland Rooney is an inspired virtuoso whenever there is a guitar in his hands. The Woods have been hard at work in the studio for the past several months recording and producing an array of new music that is scheduled for release throughout 2022. getintothewoods.com

Troubadour Blue
Troubadour Blue blends evocative songwriting and compelling musical arrangements. The Nashville-based trio includes Daniel Kim Etheridge and siblings Brenna and Eli Wheeler. Through various instrumental combinations by the multi-instrumentalists, the band transports listeners into the stories of their songs. troubadourblue.com

Craig Duncan & Friends
Based in Nashville, Craig Duncan & Friends present an entertaining program of traditional Tennessee and authentic bluegrass music.  The group, which features Duncan on fiddle and mandolin, and friends, is based on years of making music together in a variety of overlapping configurations. Bandleader Craig Duncan is a member of the North American Fiddler’s Hall of Fame and Who’s Who in Music & Musicians and has been the featured instrumentalist on more than 80 albums with sales in excess of 5 million copies. His music has been heard on television shows like Malcolm in the Middle and The Oprah Winfrey Show, as well as on A&E, Biography, BET, PBS, History and other cable networks.  He is recognized internationally as the author of 57 instructional books for Mel Bay Publications. This high-energy vocalist and fiddler delivers the heart and soul of his music with unique flair and pizzazz. craigduncan.net

Les Kerr & The Bayou Band
Les Kerr & The Bayou Band offer an upbeat, original combination of music they call “Hillbilly Blues Caribbean Rock & Roll.” Bandleader Les Kerr is a songwriter, guitarist and vocalist and former Gulf Coast resident who is a well-established part of Nashville’s music scene. Les Kerr and The Bayou Band have hosted annual Mardi Gras concerts at Nashville’s famed Bluebird Cafe since 1992 and have performed at festivals and events including Nashville’s July 4th, the Rock ‘n’ Roll Running Series (formerly Country Music Marathon), Southern Festival of Books, Red Caboose Park concert series, Jefferson Street Jazz and Blues Festival and Southern Living Magazine’s 50th Anniversary Celebration.  Additionally, the band was chosen to perform at Hall of Fame Park in celebration of the Nashville Predators’ run for the Stanley Cup. Les has recorded eleven albums, including his latest, Part of the Show. Les Kerr and the Bayou Band were featured in the TV documentary Civil War Songs and Stories broadcast on PBS stations across the United States. A three-time nominee for Music City Blues Society awards, Les has been nominated for Male Vocalist of the Year, CD of the Year and Entertainer of the Year awards. The original Mackinac Blues, a Bayou Band favorite, was included in National Public Radio’s All Songs Considered. leskerr.com

Nick Howard
Nashville-based Nick Howard has played more than 1,000 shows across the world, released six albums and had singles top the charts in multiple continents. In 2012, the British-American singer-songwriter learned German in two months and won The Voice of Germany. His forthcoming album Hope, Happiness & Heartbreak includes recent singles (Where We Call Home, Brave and Our Time) that have received widespread radio play and were spotlighted by MTV, SiriusXM, Disney, NBC, Fox, CMT, Spotify, Shazam and Apple Music. Nick has headlined tours and toured with Train, Gavin DeGraw, Boyce Avenue, Rachel Platten, Lifehouse and Eric Hutchinson. In 2014 he performed his hit song Untouchable to over 1 million people in Berlin on New Year’s Eve and more recently, was asked to sing the national anthem at Madison Square Garden. His music has been featured on TV in over 50 countries, including shows such as Keeping up with the Kardashians, Pretty Little Liars, The Hills, Jersey Shore, Switched at Birth, LA Ink and 90210. His song Fight was recently used at the Tour de France and Our Time as the finale number on NBC’s World of Dance. nickhowardmusic.com

Jesse Labelle
Nashville-based Jesse Labelle meshes modern country music with classic country lyrics and high energy-guitar playing to deliver an unforgettable live performance wherever he takes the stage. Jesse’s soaring vocals and energetic stage show have landed him opening slots with many country greats, including Garth Brooks, Keith Urban, Eric Church, Jason Aldean and Brooks & Dunn. He sold out 22 shows at the Listening Room Cafe, as well as 3rd & Lindsley. Jesse recently played Stagecoach 2022. In 2021, Jess released his self-titled EP, “Jesse Labelle - Part 1.” In 2022 Jesse will release new singles and a second EP “Jesse Labelle - Part 2.” jesselabelle.com

Emily Earle
Emily Earle is a mix of heartfelt lyrics and contagious melodies. Influenced by the distinctive places she grew up, Emily combines Texas grit with Colorado cool. After graduating from Berklee College of Music, she made her living playing on subway platforms in between uptown trains at Rockefeller Station in New York City. One afternoon, while playing the subway, she caught the ear of a television producer who asked her to sing on NBC’s The Voice in Los Angeles. Since then, Emily has had songs cut by artists including Steve Earle and Walker McGuire. She has shared the stage with Robert Earle Keen, Shawn Camp, Steve Earle, Aaron Watson, Tanya Tucker, John Michael Montgomery and more. emilyearle.com

Coach
Coach has been a DJ in Nashville for 15 years. He works parties with Whiskey Disco, Recognize, Schwing and Y2K.

DJ Dave Audé
With more than a dozen years as a veteran producer and DJ, Dave Audé has produced, remixed and listened to a mountain of records. Like an archeologist uncovering ancient treasures, Audé expertly distinguishes classics, a reason why U2, Sting, Coldplay, Madonna, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, Royksopp, Bastille, Ariana Grande, Zedd, Mark Ronson, Erasure, Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez, Selena Gomez, Chris Brown, Kelly Clarkson, Britney Spears, Pussycat Dolls, Beyoncé, tATu, Donna Summer and Korn have trusted him. In 2016, Dave won a GRAMMY Award for his remix of Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars “Uptown Funk,” which also won three more GRAMMYs, including Record Of The Year. Dave recently received his third GRAMMY award nomination in the category of Best Remixed Recording for Met Him Last Night (Dave Audé Remix) (Demi Lovato and Ariana Grande). Dave has also created an unprecedented 135 No. 1 Billboard Dance tracks. His Audacious Records imprint was not only Billboard Magazine’s No. 1 Indie Dance Label for 2015, but it introduced fans to Audé’s 2016 single, “Love Me like You Mean It,” a collaboration with country artist Kelsea Ballerini.

DJ Rod Youree
Rod Youree has been rocking Tennessee Titans home games in front of 60,000 football fans, touring with Rascal Flatts on their Flatts Fest Tour, and bringing the energy to clubs and parties all across the United States. Rod is a true open format DJ. He has shared the stage with artist of all genres ranging from FloRIda to Nervo, as well as legendary DJs like Jazzy Jeff and Questlove. Rod grew up in Nashville.

 

Road Closures

Friday, June 17, 2022
6am
Close Sidewalks on east side of 1st Avenue (Korean Veterans Boulevard to  Church Street) ---  closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Thursday, July 7, 2022, by 6PM)

Friday, June 24, 2022
12am

NO PARKING on Titans Way from Russell Street to Victory Lane (REOPEN on Wednesday, July 6, 2022, by 6PM)

Close Victory Lane cut-out area (North side of street) just south of the Nissan Stadium south-endzone area (REOPEN   Thursday, July 7, 2022, by 12pm) - Cone off the Victory Lane cut-out from the travel lanes

Saturday, June 25, 2022
5am

Close Victory Lane from Titans Way to South 1st Street (REOPEN on Wednesday, July 6, 2022, by 6PM)

Close Titans Way from Russell Street to Victory Lane (REOPEN on Wednesday, July 6, 2022, by 6PM)

Close Russell Street from South 1st Street to Titans Way (REOPEN on Wednesday, July 6, 2022, by 6PM)

Close Sidewalks on Victory Lane (Titans Way to South 1st Street) --- closed for set-up as needed (REOPEN Wednesday, July 6, 2022, by 6pm)

Close Sidewalks on Titans Way (Russell Street to Victory Lane) --- closed for set-up as needed (REOPEN Wednesday, July 6, 2022, by 6PM)

Close Sidewalks on Russell Street (South 1st Street to Titans Way) - closed for set-up as needed (REOPEN Wednesday, July 6, 2022, by 6PM)

Sunday, June 26, 2022
6am

Close 1st Avenue cut-out area (East side of street) just south of Broadway (REOPEN Thursday, July 7, 2022, by 6PM) --- Cone off the 1st Avenue cut-out from the travel lanes

Close Sidewalks underside of John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge from 1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue--- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for Pedestrian access (REOPEN Wednesday, July 6, 2022, by 6PM)

Close Sidewalks underside of John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge from 2nd Avenue to 3rd Avenue--- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Wednesday, July 6, 2022, by 6PM)

Close Sidewalks on Gay Street Connector (1st Avenue to 1st Avenue) --- closed for Set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6PM)

Monday, June 27, 2022
6am

Close 1st Avenue cut-out area (East side of street) just north of Molloy Street near Ascend (REOPEN Wednesday, July 6, 2022, by 6PM) --- Cone off the 1st Avenue cut-out from the travel lanes

Tuesday, June 28, 2022
6am

Close Sidewalks on west side of 1st Avenue (Demonbreun to Church Street) ---  closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Thursday, July 7, 2022, by 6PM)

8:15am
Close Arrival Court (REOPEN on Thursday, July 7, 2022, by 6pm)

5pm
Bag all meters on 1st Avenue (Demonbreun to Church Street) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS Thursday, July 7, 2022)

Wednesday, June 29, 2022
4am

Close 1st Avenue from Demonbreun to Church Street (REOPEN on Thursday, July 7, 2022, by 6PM)

Close Broadway from 1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue (REOPEN on Thursday, July 7, 2022, by 6PM)

Close ACME Alley (REOPEN Thursday, July 7, 2022, by 6PM)

Close Sidewalks on Broadway (1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Thursday, July 7, 2022, by 6PM)

Close Sidewalks on east side of Rep. John Lewis Way (Demonbreun to Broadway) ---   closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Wednesday, July 6, 2022, by 6PM)

Thursday, June 30, 2022
11:59pm

Close Victory Lane from South 1st Street to South 2nd Street (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 2PM)

Close South 1st Street from Victory Lane to South 2nd Street (1st becomes Davidson) (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 2PM)

Close Sidewalks on Victory Lane (South 1st Street to South 2nd Street) --- closed for set-up as needed (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 2PM)

Close Sidewalks on South 1st Street (Victory Lane to South 2nd Street – 1st becomes Davidson) --- closed for set-up as needed (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 2PM)

Friday, July 1, 2022
7am

Close northernmost Delivery Lane on Broadway from 2nd Avenue to 3rd Avenue  --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for vehicle delivery access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 8AM)

Close southernmost Delivery Lane on Broadway from 2nd Avenue to 3rd Avenue --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for vehicle delivery access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 8AM)

Close northernmost Delivery Lane on Broadway from 3rd Avenue to 4th Avenue ---  closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for vehicle delivery access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 8AM)

Close southernmost Delivery Lane on Broadway from 3rd Avenue to 4th Avenue --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for vehicle delivery access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 8AM)

Close northernmost Delivery Lane on Broadway from 4th Avenue to Rep. John Lewis Way--- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for vehicle delivery access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 8AM)

Close southernmost Delivery Lane on Broadway from 4th Avenue to Rep. John Lewis Way ---   closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for vehicle delivery access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 8AM)

Close Sidewalks on Broadway (2nd Avenue to 3rd Avenue) --- closed for set-up  as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday,  July 5, 2022, by 6PM)

Close Sidewalks on Broadway (3rd Avenue to 4th Avenue) --- closed for set-up  as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday,  July 5, 2022, by 6PM)

Close Sidewalks on Broadway (4th Avenue to Rep. John Lewis Way) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN   Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6PM)

Close Sidewalks on Korean Veterans Boulevard from South 2nd Street to 2nd Avenue --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6PM)

Close Sidewalks on 3rd Avenue (Union to James Robertson Parkway) --- closed for set-up s needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6PM)

Close south side sidewalk John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge from South 1st Street to 3rd Avenue--- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 5PM)

5pm

Bag all meters on 4th Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Bag all meters on Rep. John Lewis Way (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Saturday, July 2, 2022
6am

Close Sidewalks on west side of 1st Avenue (Demonbreun to Korean Veterans Boulevard) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open

 for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 12PM)

Close Sidewalks on 1st Avenue (Church Street to Union) --- closed  for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Close Sidewalks on Commerce Street (2nd Avenue to 3rd Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 10AM)

Parking Permits for the 12 meters along 4th Avenue from Broadway to Demonbreun (through Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

5pm
Bag all meters on 2nd Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Bag all meters on Commerce Street (2nd Avenue to 3rd Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Bag all meters on the Gay Street Connector (1st Avenue to 1st Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Bag all meters on Molloy Street (1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Bag all meters on Demonbreun (1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Sunday, July 3, 2022
6am

Close Korean Veterans Boulevard west bound lane between Gateway Bridge and 1st Avenue, south turn lane at 1st Avenue (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM) Cone off the turn lane

Close Broadway from 2nd Avenue to 3rd Avenue (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Close Cotton Eyed Joe’s Alley (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Close Broadway from 3rd Avenue to 4th Avenue (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Close AT&T Alley (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Close Broadway from 4th Avenue to Rep. John Lewis Way (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Close Garth Brooks Honky Tonk Alley (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Close 2nd Avenue from Demonbreun to Commerce Street (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Reroute south-bound lanes of 4th Avenue North from Commerce Street to Broadway to two-way traffic (REOPEN by Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM) --- Place 50 orange cones at SE corner of 4th Avenue and Commerce Street and 25 orange cones at SE corner of 4th Avenue and Broadway.

Close Rep. John Lewis Way from Demonbreun to Hilton Valet (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 12PM)

Close Rep. John Lewis Way southbound from Broadway to Hilton Valet (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 12PM)

Close Sidewalks on 2nd Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 12PM)

Close Sidewalks on 3rd Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Close Sidewalks on 4th Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Close Sidewalks on west side of Rep. John Lewis Way (Demonbreun to Broadway) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 10AM)

Close Sidewalks on 6th Avenue (Demonbreun to Broadway) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 10AM)

Close Sidewalks on Broadway (Rep. John Lewis Way to 6th Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 10AM)

Close Sidewalks on Union (3rd Avenue to Woodland Street Bridge) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 10AM)

Close Sidewalks on Bank Street (1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access  (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Close Sidewalks on Church Street (1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Close Sidewalks on Molloy Street (1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Close Sidewalks on Demonbreun (1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

5pm
Bag all meters on Korean Veterans Boulevard (1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS Wednesday, July 6, 2022) Cone off the parking spaces from the travel lanes on both the north and south sides of KVB

Bag all meters on 2nd Avenue (Commerce Street to Church Street) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Bag all meters on 3rd Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Bag all meters on 6th Avenue (Demonbreun to Broadway) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Bag all meters on 7th Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Bag all meters on 8th Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Bag all meters on 9th Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Bag all meters on Broadway (Rep. John Lewis Way to 6th Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Bag all meters on Broadway (6th Avenue to 7th Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Bag all meters on Broadway (7th Avenue to 8th Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Bag all meters on Broadway (8th Avenue to 9th Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Bag all meters on Broadway (9th Avenue to 10th Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Bag all meters on Commerce Street (3rd Avenue to 10th Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Bag all meters on Church Street (1st Avenue to 3rd Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Bag all meters on Bank Street (1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue) – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Bag all meters on 1st Avenue (Church Street to Union) –  NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Bag all meters on Korean Veterans Boulevard from 2nd Avenue to 8th Avenue – NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS on Tuesday, July 5, 2022) --- Cone off the parking spaces from the travel lanes on both the north and south sides of KVB and place an additional 25 orange cones on the SE corner of 6th Avenue & KVB.

Bag all meters on Deaderick Street (3rd Avenue to 6th Avenue) ---NO PARKING (REMOVE BAGS Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Cover all “NO PARKING 6AM to 6PM” / “Loading Zone” signs on Commerce Street (2nd Avenue to 10th Avenue) --- NO PARKING (REMOVE COVERS Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Cover all “NO PARKING 6AM TO 6PM” and ALL OTHER “NO PARKING” signs on Broadway (Rep. John Lewis Way to 12th Avenue) --- NO PARKING (REMOVE COVERS   Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Cover all “Loading Zone” signs on east side of 3rd Avenue (Broadway to Demonbreun) --- NO PARKING (REMOVE COVERS Tuesday, July 5, 2022)

Monday, July 4, 2022
4am

Close Broadway from Rep. John Lewis Way to 6th Avenue (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Close Rep. John Lewis Way from Broadway to Commerce Street (LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY – NO THRU TRAFFIC) (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Close Rep. John Lewis Way northbound from Hilton Valet to Broadway (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Close 6th Avenue Northbound Lanes Only from Demonbreun to Broadway (LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY- NO THRU TRAFFIC) (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022 by 6AM)

Close 1st Avenue from Church Street to Union Street (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Close Church Street from 1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Close Bank Street from 1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Close Grumpy’ s Bail Bonds Alley (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Close Gay Street Connector from 1st Avenue to 1st Avenue (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Close 1st Avenue from Korean Veterans Boulevard to Demonbreun (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Close Asurion Alley (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Close Molloy Street from 1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Close Demonbreun from 1st Avenue to 2nd Avenue Street (LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY – NO THRU TRAFFIC) (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

Close Demonbreun eastbound lane from 3rd Avenue to 2nd Avenue (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6AM)

6am
Close Symphony Place (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6am)

Close in-bound lanes of Korean Veterans Boulevard/Gateway Bridge from South 2nd Street to 2nd Avenue (REOPEN by Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 12am)

Reroute out-bound lanes of Korean Veterans Boulevard/Gateway Bridge to two-way traffic from 2nd Avenue to South 2nd Street (Remove Cones and REOPEN on Monday, July 4, 2022, at 8:30pm)

Close 4th Avenue cut-out area (East side of street) near Schermerhorn just north of Demonbreun (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on 2nd Avenue (Church Street to Union) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on 3rd Avenue (Commerce Street to Union) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on Rep. John Lewis Way (Broadway to Commerce Street) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on 7th Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on 8th Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on Broadway (6th Avenue to 7th Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on Broadway (7th Avenue to 8th Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on James Robertson Parkway (3rd Avenue to James Robertson Parkway Bridge) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on 2nd Avenue (Commerce Street to Church Street) --- closed for set-up s needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on Commerce Street (3rd Avenue to 8th Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6am)

Close Sidewalks on Demonbreun (2nd Avenue to 8th Avenue) --- closed for set-up as needed; otherwise to remain open for pedestrian access (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6am)

7am
Close 2nd Avenue from Commerce Street to Church Street (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6am)

Close 3rd Avenue from Demonbreun to Commerce Street (LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY – NO THRU TRAFFIC) (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6am)

Close 4th Avenue from Demonbreun to Commerce Street (LOCAL TRAFFIC ONLY- NO THRU TRAFFIC) (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6am)

Close Commerce Street from 2nd Avenue to 3rd Avenue (REOPEN on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6am)

Close Opry Place (Ryman Alley) (REOPEN Tuesday, July 5, 2022, by 6am)

8pm at latest (At MNPD Discretion)
Close Woodland Street Bridge (REOPEN immediately following conclusion of fireworks show)

Close 2nd Avenue from Church Street to Union Street (REOPEN Immediately following conclusion of fireworks show)

Close Church Street from 2nd Avenue to 3rd Avenue (REOPEN Immediately following conclusion of fireworks show)

Close Union Street from 3rd Avenue to Woodland Street Bridge (REOPEN Immediately following conclusion of fireworks show)

Close the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge (REOPEN immediately following conclusion of fireworks show) (time closed at discretion of MNPD and Fire Marshal Office)

The Woodland Street Bridge and John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge will re-open immediately upon the conclusion of the Monday, July 4th fireworks show

All roads to re-open no later than 6:00PM on Thursday, July 7, 2022.

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