This immersive exhibit at the Adventure Science Center explores sound and music in 15 hands-on and social experiences. Conduct the Nashville Symphony, visualize sound waves, test your vocal skills, jam out in augmented reality, and more! Build tones with your friends and adjust the volume with your height. See a pattern of your voice on a digital wall and convert your fingerprint into a unique song that you can share with your friends.
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.
Musicians Corner takes place each year at Centennial Park's South West lawn and is free and open to the public. Musicians Corner offers a great chance to enjoy local live music in a beautiful outdoor setting, with Kidsville, food trucks, vendors, local artisans, and more!
The annual Jefferson Street Jazz & Blues Festival celebrates the vitality of the Jefferson Street community through its arts, music, and food culture. To celebrate the festival’s 21st anniversary, come out to Fisk University to hear the sounds of jazz, blues, funk, gospel, soul, and R&B.
Join the 80,000 fans who flock to Manchester, TN, just down the road from Nashville, for Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival. It's four days of festivities that will blow your mind. Over 150 musical performances, along with comedy, cinema, sustainability workshops, and more. It's pretty much an adult wonderland of music and art. Phish, Childish Gambino, Post Malone, and more played in past year's festivals.
From face painting and carnival games to art projects and prizes, the Kids & Family Zone will provide fun for the entire family. Last year's headliners included Salt N Pepa, Andreas Moss, Mike Maimone, Candi Stratton, and more.
Every summer, thousands of country music fans from all over the world come to Nashville to experience CMA Festival - four days of music from hundreds of artists including live concerts, meet & greets, autograph signings, celebrity sporting events, and more. Multiple stages throughout Downtown Nashville will host FREE live music during the festival.
What better way to celebrate our country's independence than with FREE live music in the heart of the city built on music? Add a full day of family fun and the largest fireworks show in Nashville history and you've got Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th.
The Tomato Art Fest is an art show celebrating the tomato during late summer. The festival is FREE and takes place in East Nashville’s Five Points area. There are multiple stages throughout the area which hosts FREE music for everyone to enjoy.
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 150 live music performances at 9 music venues from both established and emerging artists.
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.