Big Band Dance at Centennial Park
One of Nashville’s most fun events for all ages! You’ll see a few high school kids dancing next to college co-eds as well a large representation of every generation. This well-attended event is held each Saturday night in the large pavilion at Centennial Park. With hanging string lights, live music and even free dance lessons, you’ll be cutting a rug in no time! There are always a couple of dinner and dessert food trucks on hand as well.
So, break out of the usual Saturday night box and embrace the big band swing, for free! And, if you’d rather just listen, do bring a lawn chair, kick up your feet and enjoy your free night in Nashville.
To read more about the Big Band Dance at Centennial Park, check out our full article HERE.
Where: Centennial Park
Time: Lessons start at 7 p.m. and the music starts at 7:30 p.m.
When: Each Saturday night in June, July and August. And, do note that dances may be cancelled for dangerous weather.
June 3: Music City Swing (Swing)
June 10: The Establishment (Waltz)
June 17: Moonlighters (Rumba)
June 24: Lynn Beal Band (Foxtrot)
July 8: Rory Partin & His Band (Swing)
July 15: The Merchants of Cool (ChaCha)
July 22: Paul Ross Orchestra (Rumba)
July 29: J. Bradley Big Band (Tango)
August 5: Debbi Bails & Her Band (Waltz)
August 12: Jerry Vinett (Foxtrot)
August 19: Music City Swing (Waltz)
August 26: Moonlighters (Swing)