- Exhibits @ National Museum of African American Music - Ongoing
- Exhibits @ Tennessee State Museum - Ongoing
- Kindred Links by Omari Booker and Henry L. Jones @ The Parthenon - October 29, 2021-February 13, 2022
- Figures of Color: Radically Black by Marcus Maddox @ OZ Arts - December 2, 2021-February 15, 2022
- African American Plays and Playwrights @ Tennessee Performing Arts Center - January 24 & 31
- Black History Month @ Throughout Nashville - February
- School Girls; Or, the African Mean Girls Play @ Nashville Repertory Theatre - February 10-20
- Everything is Beautiful by Alma W. Thomas @ Frist Art Museum - February 25-June 5
- Summer: The Donna Summer Musical @ Tennessee Performing Arts Center - March 22-27
- African Street Festival @ Hadley Park - September 22
- Disco Fever: Get Down Tonight with the Nashville Symphony @ Schermerhorn Symphony Center - February 3-5
- Black Violin @ Franklin Theatre - February 5-6
- The Culture Tour @ Bridgestone Arena - February 18
- The Temptations and the Four Tops @ Ryman Auditorium - February 20
- Gregory Porter @ Schermerhorn Symphony Center - February 28
- alt-j and Portugal. The Man @ Nashville Municipal Auditorium - March 1
- Yola @ Ryman Auditorium - March 3-4
- Katt Williams @ Nashville Municipal Auditorium - March 12
- Kool & The Gang @ Schermerhorn Symphony Center - March 13
- Buddy Guy @ Ryman Auditorium - March 26
- MAXWELL - The Night Tour with Anthony Hamilton & Joe @ Bridgestone Arena - April 6
- Nat King Cole at 100 @ Schermerhorn Symphony Center - April 28-30
- Deftones @ Nashville Municipal Auditorium - May 7
- Yolanda Adams @ Schermerhorn Symphony Center - May 8
- New Kids On The Block @ Bridgestone Arena – May 13
- Leslie Odom, Jr. with the Nashville Symphony @ Schermerhorn Symphony Center - May 26-28
- Chaka Khan @ Schermerhorn Symphony Center - May 29
- Alicia Keys @ Ascend Amphitheater - September 24
Support local Black-owned businesses & Experiences in Nashville.
The Moving Canvas
Norf Art Collective
City Farm Co.
Ed's Fish House
Helen's Hot Chicken
Ivory Cotton Bar
Kernels Gourmet Popcorn
Riddim N Spice
ShuggaHi Bakery and Cafe
The Oatstraw Tea Company
The Southern V
Fisk Jubilee Singers
The New Respects
Downtown Candle Company
JazzNash Mobile Shoetique
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View the online African American Guide to Nashville at TAAGTN.net.
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