- Exhibits @ National Museum of African American Music - Ongoing
- Exhibits @ Tennessee State Museum - Ongoing
- First Friday Night Market @ Nashville Farmers Market - Monthly; First Friday
- Afrofuteristic Visions: Dreamscapes of Sicasso @ Frist Art Museum - August 11, 2023-July 28, 2024
- Black History Month @ Throughout Nashville - February
- SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament @ Bridgestone Arena – March 13-17
- The Color Purple @ Tennessee Performing Arts Center - April 5-13
- Ladysmith Black Mambazo @ Schermerhorn Symphony Center - February 25
- West Side Story and Harlem @ Schermerhorn Symphony Center - March 7-9
- Ledisi @ Ryman Auditorium - March 24
- Black Pumas @ Ryman Auditorium - April 5-6
- Marcus Miller with the Nashville Symphony @ Schermerhorn Symphony Center - May 22
- An Evening with Tituss Burgess @ Schermerhorn Symphony Center - June 13-15
- Smokey Robinson with the Nashville Symphony @ Schermerhorn Symphony Center - June 20-21
- Cypress Hill Performs "Black Sunday" with the Nashville Symphony @ Ascend Amphitheater - June 22
- Buddy Guy @ Schermerhorn Symphony Center - August 14
- Vincent Bryant @ Zanies Comedy Night Club - March 17
- Katt Williams @ Bridgestone Arena - April 20
- Arnez J @ Zanies Comedy Night Club - April 25-28
- Rickey Smiley @ Zanies Comedy Night Club - April 29
- Mike Goodwin @ Zanies Comedy Night Club - May 4
- Jay Pharoah @ Zanies Comedy Night Club - May 10
- Sheryl Underwood @ Zanies Comedy Night Club - May 24
Support local Black-owned businesses & Experiences in Nashville.
Carl Van Vechten Gallery at Fisk University
The Moving Canvas
Norf Art Collective
All People Coffee
Big Al's Deli
Ed's Fish House
EG & MC
Helen's Hot Chicken
Ivory Cotton Bar
Kernels Gourmet Popcorn
Kingdom Cafe & Grill
pH Craft Cocktails
Riddim N Spice
SATURATED Ice Cream
ShuggaHi Bakery and Cafe
Silver Sands Cafe
The Oatstraw Tea Company
The Southern V
Willie B's Kitchen & Lounge
Fisk Jubilee Singers
The New Respects
Downtown Candle Company
JazzNash Mobile Shoetique
Soul of America Tours
The TN Tribune
United Street Tours
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