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Music City Hot Chicken

Hot Chicken Festival Continues This Year As a Curbside Event

The annual Music City Hot Chicken Festival announced that Nashville will be celebrating our unique dish on our traditional July 4 date with a COVID-aware, deconstructed, take-out, curbside, “coop-side”...
3rd and Lindsley

3rd and Lindsley Announce Live Webcasting Partner

With virtual concerts on the rise, 3rd and Lindsley has announced a partnership with nugs.net for webcasting. Now artists can use the venue to offer both Pay-Per-View events or free-to-fan...
bonnaroo

Bonnaroo 2020 Canceled

Out of an abundance of caution, Bonnaroo organizers have canceled this year’s event. Bonnaroo typically takes place each June. The festival had been rescheduled for September 2020. However, on Thursday,...
east nashville night market

East Nashville Night Market Returns

The East Nashville Night Market returns Friday, June 26, 5-9pm and every Friday after that! The night market is an outdoor market on the edge of East Nashville (held indoors...
grand ole opry

Ryman & Grand Ole Opry to Reopen for Tours This Week

Both the legendary Grand Ole Opry House and historic Ryman Auditorium will reopen their doors to the public for daytime tours beginning Friday, June 26. Backstage tours of the Grand Ole Opry House will reopen...
Cakepop Heaven

Cakepop Heaven Closes Storefront

Cakepop Heaven has closed its storefront at 4401 Harding Pike. The bakery, that specializes in cake pops, will focus their efforts on delivery and pickup. Via Facebook, Cakepop Heaven shared,...
Nissan Stadium to Host 3 Nights of Drive-in Concerts

Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker & Jon Pardi to Play Nashville Drive-in Concert

Live Nation is bringing a drive-in concert experience to Nissan Stadium. Starting on July 10, there will be three nights of performances where Brad Paisley will headline along with Darius...
southern festival of books

Southern Festival of Books Announces Virtual Event

The Southern Festival of Books: A Celebration of the Written Word announced that its 32nd annual event will take place October 1-11, 2020 online and free-of-charge. Humanities Tennessee, the...