Enjoy live jazz music in the vineyard courtyard at Arrington Vineyards. It's a beautiful setting for a summer night or afternoon. Listen to some jazz, take part in a complimentary wine tasting, have a picnic, and enjoy the scenery.
This is a free concert series held Thursday evenings at the Public Square Park in front of the Courthouse. The evening highlights local and nationally known artists and performers. Gary Clark Jr, Grace Potter, O.A.R., Lake Street Dive, Steve Earle, and more rocked the stage last year.
Harvest Night brings together signature dishes from world-renowned chefs with live music at Music City Walk of Fame Park. Delectable food paired with amazing music makes for a true Music City experience while you munch on delectable treats from chefs Matt Bolus, Rob Newton, Deb Paquette, and more.
Musicians Corner presents September Sundown, a free outdoor concert series showcasing local Nashville artists, on Thursday evenings in September. This FREE, family-friendly event is open to the public with musical performances from 5-9pm and features a variety of food trucks, local artisans, and Kidsville activities.
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. Last year's artists included Tanya Tucker, Keb' Mo', Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors, Robert Randolph, and so much more.
Food trucks, live music, craft beer, handmade goods, and children's activities will fill out Centennial Park for the Centennial Craft Fest. Last year's lineup includes Bayor Wilson, Maybe April, Drama Club (DJ), Lateral Blue, Kyshona, Robby Hecht, and Carey Ott.
Get a taste of Nashville's wonderful, creative community during the annual Nashvember happening at the Track One building. Local talented musicians will play their best while you shop and taste from some of Music City's finest places.
Each year, country music's biggest night airs live from Music City's Bridgestone Arena. Carrie Underwood, Reba McEntire, and Dolly Parton hosted the 2019 fun.