With food and wine festivals, musical events, fundraisers and movies, June has something for everyone.Music City is bustling this month and you will find the best annual events listed right here. For even more events, including concerts, trunk shows and more, check out the StyleBlueprint calendar of events. We will update the events listed below update with 2016 dates as they become available.

Bluebird on the Mountain is a great concert series, highlighting Nashville songwriters, that occurs each month, May through October.

Stars For Second Harvest Benefit | June 9, 2015

Country stars, including Dierks Bentley, have headlined this fabulous event benefitting Second Harvest Food Bank. This event promises an intimate evening of music with songwriters and performers at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium. Tickets are start at $35 for general admission and preferred seating tickets are offered for $55. secondharvestmidtn.org/stars

Yum!East | June 4, 2015

This one-day tasting event highlights the culinary talent that resides in East Nashville. East Nashville neighborhood restaurants come together to give attendees a sample of their talent. The food will be paired with great beer and live music. Admission includes unlimited tastings, a souvenir glass, open bar with craft beer and wine, and live music. yumeast.com

Porter Flea Summer Market | June 5-6, 2015

Twice a year, Porter Flea gives Nashville access to some of the best local and regional artisans. The Summer Market is open and free to the public for one day in June, but there is also a special preview market that will be held on Friday before. Preview Market guests get a sneak peek at the market, in addition to chatting with vendors while sipping on Jackalope beer and enjoying food. porterflea.com Read more about Porter Flea Market here: styleblueprint.com/nashville/everyday/porter-flea-holiday-market-vendors

The Swan Ball | June 6, 2015

Each year, hundreds of guests gather for The Swan Ball. This white-tie event benefits Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art. This is one of the premier charity events in the country with 850 guests each year. There is also a Late Party for the 35 and under crowd. Dress your best and enjoy a festive evening at Cheekwood. swanball.com

Boots and Bow Ties Gala | June 5, 2015

Benefiting Austim Speaks, Boots and Bow Ties offers an evening of cocktails, a plated dinner, live entertainment and a silent auction.General Tickets include access to dinner, the auction, drinks, a desert bar and the VIP late nght event. For access to the late night party, tickets are avaliable and include two drink tickets and a dessert bar. events.autismspeaks.org/Home

CMA Music Festival | June 9-12, 2016

Brace yourself for four days of all things country. Thousands of country fans from far afield flock to Nashville for CMA Fest. With guests ranging from well-known country acts to smaller names, it’s the biggest country event of the season. If you can’t score tickets to the big-name shows, check out free concerts and activities around town. cmaworld.com/cma-music-festival

Movies in the Park | Thursdays in June

This annual event brings movies (and food trucks) to Elmington Park every Thursday in June. The events are family-friendly, so pack a blanket and bring the whole clan! Get there early to grab dinner from The Grilled Cheeserie and Pizza Perfect or dessert from Retro Sno and Ben & Jerry’s. This event is free. facebook.com/Nashville-Scenes-Movies-in-the-Park

National Trails Day | First Saturday in June

Outdoor enthusiasts come together for educational exhibits, trail dedications, gear demonstrations, instructional workshops and trail projects for National Trails Day. While this takes place across the country, celebrate locally at Tennessee State Parks. They will offer a variety of ranger-led hikes. For a full schedule and listing of hikes, visit their website: tnstateparks.com/national-trail-day.

Heritage Foundation Tour of Homes | June 6-7, 2015

Each summer, members and supporters of the Heritage Foundation of Franklin & Williamson County open their homes and businesses as part of the Heritage Tour, showcasing the community’s dedication to protecting those resources as part of our legacy. Now in its 40th year, the Tour will invite the public inside historic residences and commercial structures within historic districts. Tickets are $35 and are good for both days of the tour. https://historicfranklin.com/

Frist Fridays | Last Friday of the Month June-August

Frist Fridays is a summer concert series featuring music, snacks, drinks and fun in the courtyard. This outdoor concert is help on the last Friday of June, July and August and you are invited to experience the music and visit the exhibitions in the Frist Center’s galleries. Free for Frist Center members and visitors 18 years and younger, $12 for general admission, $9 for senior and college students (with valib ID) and $7 for military. fristcenter.org/calendar-exhibitions/detail/frist-fridays

First Saturday Art Crawl | First Saturday January-December

From January –through December, we find ourselves looking forward to the first Saturday of each month, when we have an excuse to check out our favorite galleries around downtown. Each month, we will be stopping by The Arts CompanyRymer GalleryTinney ContemporaryHatch Show Print’s Haley Gallery, and dozens of additional galleries for their new exhibits! This event is free. www.nashvilledowntown.com

Bluebird on the Mountain | Saturdays May-October

The Bluebird Cafe is famous for showcasing Nashville songwriters, both emerging and well-known. Take that experience and add the beautiful ground of the Dyer Observatory and you have Blue Bird on the Mountain. Held each May through October, tickets sell out fast and are $120/per carload of no more than eight people. Bring a picnic! dyer.vanderbilt.edu/entertainment/concerts

Nashville Flea Market | Third Saturday January-December

Each month, the Tennessee State Fairgrounds fills with dealers and vendors from more than 30 states to sell gifts, antiques, collectibles, jewelry, arts and crafts, tools, housewares, handmade clothing, furniture and hundreds of other items. Held the third Saturday of each month, you never know what treasures you will find at the Nashville Flea Market! styleblueprint.com/nashville-flea-market