Are you looking to fill your weekends with something fun and different? Let us help! We have 20 great events that can fill your calendar this month.
Nashville Events & Happenings
Keep up with the best Nashville events, festivals, fundraisers, concerts, store sales and more! Not only will you find popular things to do like Iroquois Steeplechase, The Antiques and Garden Show and The Tomato Arts Festival, you’ll find smaller events like local wine tastings, trunk shows, art shows, craft festivals, pop-up shows, street fairs, food truck events, cultural events, concerts and more. These events are also available on our free SB App, which can be downloaded HERE.
Come meet four creative and successful women jewelry designers at Mednikow! Annie Fensterstock, Myriam Gumuchian, Katherine Jetter and Jade Trau will all be in the Bandywood jewelry store on May 5 and 6 to show off their beautiful work. Each designer will be arriving with a collection expressing her personal interpretation of beautiful and
If you’ve ever had an injury or surgery, you were probably prescribed pain medication to help you while you healed. The pain most likely subsided before you finished your medication, so the leftovers ended up in the back of your medicine cabinet. National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day provides you with a safe, convenient way to
Celebrating its 42nd year, The Harding Art Show hosts approximately 70 talented artists from across the country. The show is held at Harding Academy, located in the dynamic city of Nashville; this event is open to the public and typically attracts 3,000 visitors each year. One of the aspects of the show that makes the
From the director of Aladdin and the co-director of The Book of Mormon, Something Rotten! is “Broadway’s big, fat hit!” (New York Post). Set in 1595, this hilarious smash tells the story of Nick and Nigel Bottom, two brothers who are desperate to write a hit play. When a local soothsayer foretells that the future
Take yourself out to the ballgame! America’s favorite pastime has found a home in downtown Nashville. Now in it’s third year, First Tennessee Park is a great spot to take the family for some afternoon or weekend fun. The Sounds threw their first pitch last night and will play five more games at home before hitting
Project 615’s 3rd annual Nash Spring Bash is a Food Truck & Local Vendor Meet Up. It’s FREE to the public where you can enjoy live music, your favorite food trucks and over 50 local business vendors. Our friends at Lightning 100 will be broadcasting live! http://www.nashspringbash.com/
In 2017, the Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series will be celebrating 20 Years Running. It all began in San Diego in 1998. 2017 will also mark St. Jude Rock ‘n’ Roll Nashville Marathon & 1/2 Marathon’s 18th year with the series since its inaugural race in 2000. Originally known as the Country Music Marathon, Rock
MCSCF is Nashville’s premier festival celebrating the craft of the cocktail, highlighting award winning bar programs, craft bartenders, boutique spirits and locally produced craft mixers. Join us this year to experience the best that Music City has to offer! http://www.musiccityspiritsandcocktail.com/home
The Nashville Downtown Partnership’s 14th Annual Downtown Home Tour is where historic and modern mingle to deliver a neighborhood like no other. The tour showcases living spaces in historic and rehabbed buildings along with homes in brand new projects. Get an exclusive look at a variety of properties within the city’s downtown neighborhood! Do you want to
Nashville’s Earth Day Festival is a free, family friendly event with live entertainment through out the day celebrated each year in April. Nashville’s Earth Day Festival features exhibits and hands-on activities aimed at educating Nashvillians about protecting our environment and living green. With over a hundred family-friendly booths, hosted by community groups, environmental organizations and government agencies,
The Frist Gala and its Patron Party are among the premier social events in Nashville. As the primary fundraiser for the Frist Center for the Visual Arts, the Frist Gala nets more than $600,000 each year to support the museum’s education and outreach programs. Attendees include corporate and civic leaders from across Middle Tennessee. The