$1000 Giveaway to Two Old Hippies

Two lucky people will both win a $500 gift card to Two Old Hippies, an amazing Nashville lifestyle store, located in the Gulch.




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We are big fans of this store which is also a music venue (did you see it recently in ABC’s Nashville?!). Selling apparel, jewelry, and footwear for both men and women, as well as a fabulous collection of gifts and their newly launched home collection, this store just gets better and better with changing inventory each week.




While musical instruments are excluded from this giveaway, make sure to check out the guitar room while at the store. Known as “The Vault,” this space is host to their premium Bedell and Breedlove guitars and Weber Mandolins, providing a sanctuary for those that wish to jam in a quiet space. Two Old Hippies also sells Premium Guitars brands: Martin, Lowden, Gallagher, Batson, Republic & National. Inquire about their guitar rentals.




While at Two Old Hippies, you will be astonished at the breadth of what they have to offer, yet it is never overwhelming. This is the type of store that is an experience and you’ll want to linger, each time you visit.




At StyleBlueprint, we are big fans and are constantly telling people to visit Two Old Hippies as it’s simply one of our very favorite stores in town. Go to shop. Go to wander around. Go to listen to music. Really, there are so many reasons to just go and experience this store. And, if you are one of the two winners, well, we are green with envy!


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Additional Happenings

Aug 5-9: Nashville Sounds vs. Memphis Redbirds

Image courtesy of First Tennessee Park

The Nashville Sounds are well into their 2015 season and for five will host the Memphis Redbirds at state-of-the-art First Tennessee Park in North Nashville. Stop by for some good baseball in a fun atmosphere. http://www.milb.com/schedule/index.jsp?sid=t556&m=8&y=2015


Aug: 6-9: Ink-N-Iron


There is no denying the presence of tattoos in Music City, and Ink-N-Iron celebrates this culture and artistic movement. Dubbed as a Living Art Gallery and Community Festival, Ink-N-Iron brings hot rods, live music, burlesque, art, fashion and the tattoo convention to downtown Nashville. Five stages will showcase bands, cabaret shoes, a tattoo content and a pageant. nashville.ink-n-iron.com/


Aug 7-8: Tomato Art Fest


The Tomato Art Fest was founded by Meg and Bret MacFadyen, owners of East Nashville’s Art and Invention Gallery. The Tomato Art Fest has steadily drawn larger crowds with each year that passes. Last year, an estimated 35,000 came to celebrate this beloved fruit/vegetable and enjoy the day’s festivities. The Tomato Art Fest will return […]


Aug 7: Spanish Nights at Cheekwood


Join Cheekwood for Spanish Nights inspired by their exhibition, Human Landscape, featuring works by Barcelona based artist Jaume Plensa. Explore his art both in the gardens and the museum while experiencing the sounds and culture of Spain. It will be a night filled with music, live performances, and so much more! • Duo Sudeste | classical Spanish […]


Aug 8: An Art Deco Affair


Celebrate the glamour and luxury of the Jazz Age with cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, live music and a chance to view “Italian Style: Fashion since 1945″ and “Postcards of the Wiener Werkstätte: Selections from the Leonard A. Lauder Collection” at the Frist. The affair is modeled, with some liberties, on Truman Capote’s Black and White Ball. […]


Aug 8: YMCA’s Tomato 5K


Participating in the YMCA race series not only changes your life by committing to a healthy lifestyle, but also the lives of those in your community. All money raised by the series supports the Y’s efforts to give everyone in our community, regardless of age, income or background, the opportunity to learn, grow and thrive. https://give.ymcamidtn.org/races


Aug 1-31: The Price is Right at David Lusk

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The Price is Right exhibition is back, from August 1 to 31 This annual exhibit at David Lusk in Nashville this August is bringing another great selection of almost 45 artists all showing original works priced under $1000. The artists represent a wide range of backgrounds and influences from different parts of Tennessee and across the nation. Stop by to see sculpture, […]


Weds: Punch & Swizzle $6 Cocktails at Sinema


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Jul 3: Trisha Yearwood Exhibition CMHOF

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Whether it’s “She’s in Love with the Boy” or “How Do I Live” or “XXX’s and OOO’s” or any of her numerous other hits, we’ve all connected with and felt empowered by Trisha Yearwood. The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum, in recognition of her incredible success, honors Trisha’s career through their five month exhibition about the […]


Aug 11: Three-Course Cooking Demonstration and Dinner at Amerigo Cool Springs


Enjoy a three-course cooking demonstration and dinner presented by Chef Steven Robilio! Chef Steven will demonstrate how to prepare a three-course dinner that can be easily replicated in your own kitchen. Each course will be paired with wine or craft cocktails, all for $40 per person. Reservations are required and available by calling 615-377-7070. http://www.amerigo.net/


Aug 12: Guitar-B-Que


Guitar-B-Que is back and of course it’s bigger than ever! With Lee Brice, Eli Young Band, A Thousand Horses, Cam and Jon Pardi all in the same place, you know it’s gonna be a party! It’s all going down Wednesday, August 12 at Loser’s Bar! 21+ only. Tickets are on sale now – $20 in advance and $25 at […]


Aug 13-15: The Gulch Gives Back


Make-A-Wish® Middle Tennessee has partnered with the Gulch for the 2nd annual The Gulch Gives Back charity event, August 13 -15. By purchasing a $10 shopping card, guests can take advantage of exclusive discounts and offerings from their favorite participating hotspots in the Gulch neighborhood in Nashville. All of the proceeds from the shopping cards will […]


Aug 13: Third Annual Wine & Wishes Party and Silent Auction


The Third Annual Wine & Wishes Party and Silent Auction will be held on August 13. 100% of the proceeds will benefit Make-A-Wish Middle Tennessee, which grants the wishes of children with life-threatening medical conditions to enrich the human experience with hope, strength and joy. This is a business-casual/snappy-casual event, party and silent auction with wine-tastings, heavy hors […]


Aug 13: Curator’s Tour: “Postcards of the Wiener Wekstätte: Selections from the Leonard A. Lauder Collection”


The Wiener Werkstätte (or Vienna Workshops) employed some of the most significant artists of the twentieth century with the purpose of designing everyday objects that were so beautiful that they would be considered works of art. Join curator Katie Delmez for a guided tour that will feature postcards and decorative arts objects by artists such […]


Aug 14-15: West End Church of Christ Consignment Sale


If you are looking to update your kiddo’s closet without breaking the bank, the West End Church of Christ Consignment Sale can help. This bi-yearly sale features children’s attire and always has a plethora of good choices without the clutter. The sale kicks off on Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and runs on Saturday from 8 […]


Aug 14-15: Music City Hot Wing Festival


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Aug 14: “The Barefoot Contessa” at the Frist


Humphrey Bogart plays Harry Dawes, a recovering alcoholic and film director who plucks simple nightclub dancer Maria Vargas (Ava Gardner) out of obscurity and transforms her into an international movie star. “The Barefoot Contessa” details the rise and fall of the starlet-turned-aristocrat. The film, shot at the Cinecittà Studios in Rome and featuring glamorous costumes […]


Aug 15: Idina Menzel at Ascend Amphitheater

Ascend Amphitheater

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Aug 15: Family Day at OZ Arts Nashville


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Aug 15: Arrington Vineyards’ Harvest Party


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Aug 15: CenWood Appliance Warehouse Sale

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CenWood Appliance is clearing out a ton of overstock/out of the carton/scratch and dent/returned items from their Nashville warehouse. They’re also giving away a special Coyote CC2 grill (with storage cart included). All of the items will be significantly marked down in price–so if you’re planning a renovation or just want a second fridge in the […]


Aug 15: Benefit at the Cannery for Crossroads Campus


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Aug 16: Jazz on the Cumberland


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Aug 17: The Frist Center Presents Senior Mondays


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Aug 20 & 27 and Sep 3 & 10-12 : Live On The Green


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Aug 20: Lecture: “Stylish Cities: Fashion and a Sense of Place–from Milan to Nashville” at the Frist


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Evening dress of silk, designed by Roberto Capucci, Italy, 1987-1988
Roberto Capucci (1930-)

Join one of the fashion world’s most sought-after models, Karen Elson, and tastemaker Libby Callaway for insider perspectives on the hallmarks of Italian style and Nashville’s own growing fashion scene at the Frist. Elson has walked the runways of some of Italy’s greatest houses, including Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, and Versace. Callaway is a creative […]


Aug 20: Workshop: Drop-in Drawing at the Frist

Image courtesy of The Frist Center for the Visual Arts

On the third Thursday of each month, check out drawing materials to practice different techniques and skills, gain instructional guidance from an art educator, and be inspired by the artworks in the galleries and the architecture of the building. Art supplies will be available near the Information Desk in the Ingram Gallery. At 6 p.m., […]


Aug 20: Lecture: “Stylish Cities: Fashion and a Sense of Place—from Milan to Nashville” at Frist Center


Lecture: “Stylish Cities: Fashion and a Sense of Place—from Milan to Nashville” Presented by Karen Elson, British top model and singer-songwriter, and Libby Callaway, fashion media professional and stylist at 6:30 p.m. Frist Center Auditorium Gallery admission required; Members free | First come, first seated Join one of the fashion world’s most sought-after models, Karen Elson, and […]


Aug 21-22: Boost FitClub Health & Wellness Expo


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Aug 21-23: Old School Rules at Nashville Flea Market


The Nashville Flea Market at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds is considered to be among the top ten flea markets in the country. And this is the perfect time of year to go! Dealers and vendors from 30 states offer their wares to the buying public. Eager shoppers travel hundreds of miles, often by the bus […]


Aug 22: It’s Just a 10K


Lace up your tennis shoes and move your feet. It’s just a 10K … simple as that. This race will have a flat and fast course so if you have a need for speed, run as fast as you can and beat your personal record–there will be a 1.5 hour time limit on the course. whatdoyourunfor.com/its-just-a-10k-simple-as-that


Aug 23-26: August Farm Dinner at Amerigo


Join Amerigo as Chef Steven presents a 5-course dinner prepared with fresh ingredients from our local farmers! Each course is paired with wine, beer or cocktails, all for $50 per person. Cool Springs location: August 23, 24, 25 (615) 377-7070 | Nashville location: August 26 (615) 320-1740 http://www.amerigo.net/


Aug 24-30: Nashville Restaurant Week


Nashville Restaurant Week is back: From August 24-30, the nearly 60 local restaurants in Davidson and Williamson counties that make up the Nashville Originals—the city’s non-profit independent restaurant association—will offer diners special menus and deals throughout the week. As an organization, the Originals support local restaurateurs who are committed to sustaining Nashville’s unique dining culture […]


Aug 27: Artists’ Forum: Nashville Fashion Designers at the Frist


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Aug 28: College Football Kickoff


Get your tix now for SEYA’s 7th Annual College Football Kickoff benefiting Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt! In partnership with Tin Roof, SEYA will close down Demonbreun on Friday, August 28 from 5 to 10 p.m. for the best block party of the season to celebrate the best time of the year. Tickets […]


Aug 28: Full Moon Pickin’ Party

Image courtesy of Friends of Warner Parks

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Aug 28: Frist Friday with Those Darlins

Image submitted by The Frist Center for the Visual Arts

Those Darlins are edgy and seductive, both in sound and personal style. The fashion- and attitude-forward Nashville trio has released three albums since their formation in 2006, the most recent of which, Blur The Line (2013), received widespread praise and the “Best Live Act of 2014” award from Paste magazine. Members Jessi Zazu, Nikki Kvarnes, […]


Aug 29: Music City Hot Air Balloon Festival


For the first time in 15 years, the air balloon festival is coming back to Nashville. With a classic car show, kids zone, live music, craft vendors, food trucks and hot air ballon glow at dusk, this is a family event you do not want to miss. The festival will be held at Percy Warner Event Field […]


Aug 29: Celebrate habit’s 10th Birthday


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Aug 30: Agape Animal Rescue’s Glitter and Glam


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Aug 30: Explore Native American Heritage at The Hermitage


Explore the Native American heritage of the Tennessee region with local specialists Mecca Caron, Jim Apple, and Corey Boise. Learn about the culture of the Southeastern tribes, participate in social stomp dances and Native singing, watch hand-crafting of Native war clubs, practice the Cherokee language, and learn about Native women’s work including corn grinding and […]


Through Sept 4: Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery Circus Exhibit


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Through Sept 4: Intimate Devotions and Everyday Objects from Late Antiquity


How was religion lived at the private level of the household or individual? Much of our perception of religion in late antiquity stems from the official and monumental art associated with Greco-Roman religions, Judaism, or Christianity. Temples, imposing statues, churches, catacombs, and cemeteries can give the impression of communal religion practiced on a grand, public […]


Through Sep 7: “Italian Style: Fashion since 1945″


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Through Sept 7: “Jaume Plensa: Human Landscape” at the Frist


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Sep 10-12: Made South Market Event


Made South bring southern artisans together at its first market event. Three Days Of Events Featuring 90+ Makers, Chefs, Artisans, Distillers, Musicians and Artists from all over The South. Made South, a Tennessee based “southern love” delivery service, is introducing its first Makers Market on September 10-12. Three events will showcase 90+ makers and artisans from eight southern states. […]


Sep 12: Chukkers for Charity Event


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Sept 12: Music and Masterpieces


Music and Masterpieces is an annual event supporting the Thisbe and Noah Scott Foundation and all of the Mighty Voices battling pediatric neuromuscular diseases. Join them Saturday, September 12 from 6:30- 10:30 p.m. at the Green Door Barn for an evening of Nashville soulful musicians while viewing and bidding on artwork showcasing artists from around the southeast. […]




Join Conexión Américas in honoring Hispanic Heritage Month with their annual Celebration #THELATINPARTY at the Cannery Ballroom! This not-to-be-missed fiesta features live Latin music, authentic Latin American food, dance performances & instruction and all for a good cause! Each year Conexión Américas supports more than 6,000 Latino families as they pursue their American dream: buying […]


Sep 12: Nashville Whiskey Festival Grand Tasting

Image courtesy of Midtown Corkdorks Wine, Spirits, Beer

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Sept 12: Wine on the River


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Sep 25-27: Tennessee Craft Fair

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The 2015 Fall Tennessee Craft Fair is the premier fall craft event in Middle Tennessee; a popular juried event with fine craft presented by 200+ artists from across the nation. Celebrating its 50th Anniversary this year, you will want to attend this “Top-20 Event.” Meet the top artisans and find a unique hand-crafted piece for […]


Oct 17: Tennessee Beer and Wine Festival


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Through Nov 1: Human Landscape at Cheekwood


Experience the dramatic sculptures of internationally acclaimed Spanish artist Jaume Plensa in the debut of Human Landscape. The exhibition, which marks Plensa’s largest in the United States to date, will be on display throughout the estate’s historic grounds and Museum of Art. http://www.cheekwood.org