We headed to the Nashville Zoo for a wild What to Wear focused on easy, breezy summer style. We rounded up nine fun outfits and a handful of family-friendly events for you to check out this June!
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.
Join Green Door Gourmet for their final Pickin’ Party of the season! There will be live music, food trucks, Yazoo Beer, Red’s Wine and Spirits, and if the weather permits…strawberry pickin’! Feel free to bring your own instrument to jam with the band of the evening. If you wish to pick berries, please arrive as close
Nashville Zoo welcomes all species of beer lovers to the sixth annual Brew at the Zoo happening on Friday, June 2 from 6:30pm to 11pm. Animals, live music, local food trucks and 100 craft beers are on tap at this unique after-hours event voted the best beer event in Nashville by Nashville Scene in 2014
Since 1993, the American Hiking Society has set aside the first Saturday in June as National Trails Day, bringing together outdoor enthusiasts to participate in educational exhibits, trail dedications, gear demonstrations, instructional workshops and trail projects. Tennessee State Parks are offering a variety of ranger-led day hikes, night hikes, history hikes, nature hikes or trail
Yum!East is a unique tasting event that features East Nashville restaurants, chefs, food artisans, and specialty purveyors all showcasing the best of this notable neighborhood’s culinary landscape. Guests can sample bites from thirty of East Nashville’s tastiest residents while enjoying craft beer and wine and great live music. http://www.yumeast.com/#home
On Thursday nights in June, join the Nashville Scene in Elmington Park for a family-friendly feature film, and tasty treats from favorite local food trucks. The 2017 schedule is June 1, 8, 15 and 22 (with a rain date of June 29.) June 1 – Sing! June 8 – Rogue One June 15 – Secret Life of
Zoovie Nights include games, inflatables, music, crafts and after-hour access to the carousel and zipline! When the sun goes down the evening’s feature film will play on a large inflatable screen, so pack a blanket and head to the Zoo. Please note that Zoo animal trails will close at 6 pm and guests must stay
Head to Hester & Cook for an evening of cocktails and conversation with two of Nashville’s most beloved artists, Vicki Sawyer and Elizabeth Foster. You may have seen their work on the walls of the store, where it is featured prominently. Enjoy light bites, fabulous art, and great company at this special Nashville event! http://www.hesterandcook.com/
Find out why Nashville, TN is the place tourists from around the world are coming to in order to view the TOTAL solar eclipse happening on August 21, 2017. This is a once-in-a-lifetime event — the next one in America is over 500 years from now!
The Cumberland River Compact invites you to come downtown and enjoy a perfect summer evening by the river. For $35, you can enjoy live music on the newly completed Riverfront Landing with a variety of local beers and bites. A signature Hellbender cocktail, beer samples, fried catfish and barbecue appetizers are included with entry, and food
State of the Art celebrates the quality and diversity of contemporary art created throughout the United States, both in major art centers and smaller cities and communities across the country. The exhibition debuted at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in 2014 after the museum’s curatorial team traveled more than 100,000 miles, crisscrossing the United
Nashville-born artist Vadis Turner moved back to Middle Tennessee in 2014 after living in Boston and New York for many years. In her work, she transforms commonplace objects associated with women, such as ribbons and bedding, into bold, textured assemblages that assert the value of female experiences, especially rites of passage. She is interested in