The Grand Ole Opry puts on a show every Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday night. Don't miss star-studded performances with artists like Darius Rucker, Maggie Rose, Old Crow Medicine Show, and more. Don’t miss country music’s biggest milestone celebration for the Opry’s 5,000th broadcast on October 30. Every Saturday leading up to the Opry 5000 weekend is complete with enhanced shows, tour exhibits, the ultimate Nashville sweepstakes, our commemorative collection from the Opry Shop, and so much more.
Enjoy live jazz music in the vineyard courtyard at Arrington Vineyards. It's a beautiful setting for a fall night or afternoon. Listen to some jazz, take part in a complimentary wine tasting, have a picnic, and enjoy the scenery.
Under the light of the full moon, three headlining acts play the main stage while bluegrass and roots pickers jam in circles under the trees and around the grounds of the Percy Warner Park Equestrian Center during the Full Moon Pickin' Party. These family-friendly events invite anyone to join in the music and all funds raised go to protect Warner Parks.
Musicians Corner presents September Sundown, a free outdoor concert series showcasing local Nashville artists. The series will take place each Thursday and Friday evening in September, with a special three-day weekend taking place September 13-18 in conjunction with AMERICANAFEST. This FREE, family-friendly event is open to the public with musical performances and features a variety of food trucks, local artisans, and Kidsville activities.
Live On The Green is a free outdoor concert series, presented by Lightning 100, at Public Square Park in downtown Music City. The stage is always set up on the steps of the Plaza and the crowd gathers in the grassy area of Public Square Park to watch performances from local, regional, and national artists.
Each year the Americana Music Association gathers thousands of artists, fans, and industry professionals from all over the world in Nashville. The festival will feature approximately 500 live music performances at various music venues throughout Nashville.
Each year, country music's biggest night airs live from Music City's Bridgestone Arena. To name a few, 2021's winners include Luke Combs, Chris Stapleton, Carly Pearce, Brothers Osborne, and more.
Tin Pan South is the world's largest songwriter festival. Dedicated to songs and those that write them, Tin Pan South is an annual event in Music City where fans get a unique, up-close-and-personal experience with the music they love. The music is spread out across the city with showcases each night at various venues.