Nashville Downtown Details

Wednesday, May 4, 2016

    

News & Information


New restaurant: Wild Eggs!
333 Union Street. 615-248-3400. This restaurant serves breakfast, brunch and lunch. Click here to check out the menu. Hours of operation are Monday - Friday, 6:30 am to 2:30 pm and Saturday - Sunday, 7 am to 3 pm.

 

Events This Week
 

Street Food Thursdays

THURSDAY, MAY 5, 11 AM - 2 PM

Enjoy a gathering of up to 20 local food trucks parked along Deaderick Street between 4th Avenue North and 5th Avenue North every Thursday throughout the months of May and June! The Street Food Thursday event on May 5 officially kicks off the Nashville Food Truck Association's fourth annual Nashville Street Food Month. Food trucks will be all over town for the month of May and will offer menu specials to celebrate.

 

 

Cinco de Mayo at Bakersfield

THURSDAY, MAY 5, 11 AM - MIDNIGHT
LOCATION: BAKERSFIELD

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo on Thursday, May 5 at Bakersfield featuring great tacos, tequila and whiskey.

 

Cinco de Mayo Street Party

THURSDAY, MAY 5, 4 PM
LOCATION: M STREET FREE TO ATTEND

Saint Anejo and The Rosewall will host its third annual Cinco de Mayo street festival Thursday, May 5! This celebration of Mexican culture will feature street food, drinks, festive decorations and more. Click here for more information.

 

Stanley Cup Playoffs: Nashville Predators vs. San Jose Sharks

THURSDAY, MAY 5, 8 PM
LOCATION: BRIDGESTONE ARENA $45 - $385

The Stanley Cup Playoffs between the Nashville Predators and the San Jose Sharks continues with Game Four on Thursday, May 5 at Bridgestone Arena! Tickets are still available. Let's go, Preds!

 

Fresh Art Friday: The Art of Politics

FRIDAY, MAY 6, 5 PM - 7 PM
LOCATION: THE ARTS COMPANY FREE

The Arts Company presents The Art of Politics, a political pop-up market featuring artwork from the private collection of Nashville civic leader Ronnie Steine. The curated exhibit will include a variety of memorabilia, including paintings, sculptures, posters, buttons and more remembering past politicians and campaigns such as Tennessee presidents Andrew Jackson and James K. Polk as well as Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Al Gore, George H. W. Bush, Barack Obama and Bill Clinton. Fresh Art Friday will explore the history of political art on Friday, May 6 with an in-depth conversation with Steine and Nashville Arts Magazine editor Paul Polycarpou. Admission is free, but RSVP recommended.

 

Downtown Urban Design Walking Tour

FRIDAY, MAY 6, 11 AM - 1 PM
LOCATION: NASHVILLE CIVIC DESIGN CENTER FREE

Join the Nashville Civic Design Center on Friday, May 6 from 11 am - 1 pm for a walk around downtown to explore almost 20 local landmarks. You will learn about the issues and history of the downtown core. Participants will end near a delicious downtown lunch spot to chat about what they've seen and discovered. Click here to check out the walk highlights and to RSVP.

 

My Music Matters: A Celebration of Legends Luncheon

FRIDAY, MAY 6, 11 AM - 1 PM
LOCATION: RENAISSANCE NASHVILLE HOTEL $150/PERSON

The Legends Luncheon celebrates music, specifically the impact that African Americans have made on American musical culture. The diversity in music in American culture is evident on artistic, business and economic levels. The purpose of the luncheon is to benefit The National Museum of African American Music’s educational programs, a soon-to-open, innovative institution that will educate, celebrate and commemorate the contributions of African Americans, particularly in music.

 

NPT's Indie Lens Pop-Up: Peace Officer

SATURDAY, MAY 7, 2 PM - 4:30 PM
LOCATION: NASHVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY FREE

Nashville Public Television is hosting a free Indie Lens Pop-Up preview screening of "Peace Officer," a documentary by Scott Christopherson and Brad Barber. The film investigates the militarization of U.S. police departments through the story of William "Dub" Lawrence, who set up Utah's first SWAT team only to have that same unit kill his son-in-law years later in a controversial standoff. The screening will be followed by a conversation with filmmaker Brad Barber.

 

Salon@615: Kate DiCamillo

SATURDAY, MAY 7, 2 PM - 4 PM
LOCATION: NASHVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY FREE

Kate DiCamillo will discuss her new book "Raymie Nightingale." It is a masterful, moving novel about an unforgettable summer friendship, based loosely on childhood memories from the mid-seventies in Central Florida after her father left the family. This is a free, ticketed event. There are two ways to get tickets: on-site 30 minutes before show time OR in advance online for a $2.50 service fee per ticket.

 

Viva Havana

SATURDAY, MAY 7, 9 PM - 2 AM
LOCATION: THE ROSEWALL $32 GENERAL ADMISSION; $64 VIP

On Saturday, May 7, M Street Event Series will transform The Rosewall into a night to remember. Viva Havana will transport you to a summer party on the beaches of Havana, complete with cabanas, Mojitos, Cuban drummers and Chiquita dancers. Guests will sip on tropical cocktails while dancing the night away to music by DJ Rate, who will keep everyone on their feet with driving beats of Latin dance music. VIP ticket holders will receive the ultimate exclusive experience with access to a private bar, private hammocks, a cigar roller and casino games.

 

Jackson Day 2016

SATURDAY, MAY 7, 7 PM - 9 PM
LOCATION: MUSIC CITY CENTER $150

The Tennessee Democratic Party’s annual Jackson Day Dinner is a night to have fun and celebrate the Party, its values and the hard work its members do to make the state a great place to live and work. The keynote speaker will be American political commentator and media personality James Carville.

 

Strawberry Jubilee 2016

SATURDAY, MAY 7, 10 AM - 2 PM
LOCATION: NASHVILLE FARMERS' MARKET FREE

Celebrate the sweetest event of the season at the Nashville Farmers' Market's Strawberry Jubilee! The farm sheds will be filled with the freshest strawberries grown by its local and regional farmers. Plus, live music, a strawberry shortcake contest, locally baked pies and cobblers, cocktails, local beer and wine, food trucks, and much more.

 

17th Annual Ragin’ Cajun Crawfish Boil

SATURDAY, MAY 7, 4 PM - 9 PM
LOCATION: CUMBERLAND PARK $54.95 - $79.95

This Nashville tradition is the largest of its kind featuring all-you-can-eat crawfish, Louisiana-style sides, premium beer and live music. Each year the Nashville Junior Chamber, offering civic and social opportunities to Music City’s young professionals, hosts more than 2,000 people at this charitable riverfront event. The Ragin’ Cajun Crawfish Festival is all-you-can-eat and all-you-can-drink, while it lasts!

 

Nashville’s Downtown Derby Bed Race

SATURDAY, MAY 7, 10 AM
LOCATION: OMNI NASHVILLE HOTEL FREE FOR SPECTATORS; $500 PER FIVE-PERSON TEAM TO PARTICIPATE

Nashville’s inaugural Downtown Derby Bed Race is a competition where teams build and decorate their own “beds” to race up 5th Avenue all in support of cancer research. The winning team will be presented with a trophy at a post-race ceremony at Bridgestone Plaza. Plus, awards for “Technical Ingenuity,” “Best Decorated” and “Best in Spirit." Proceeds benefit The T.J. Martell Foundation, whose mission is to fund innovative leukemia, cancer and AIDS research at flagship hospitals in the United States. Please note: road closures associated with this event. The race begins at Omni Nashville Hotel and ends outside Bridgestone Arena on the plaza. 5th Avenue South (Broadway to Korean Veterans Boulevard) will be closed from 6 am until noon on Saturday, May 7. Plus, traffic will be re-directed around the intersection of Demonbreun and 5th Avenue South.

 

Girls on the Run 5K

SATURDAY, MAY 7, 8 AM
LOCATION: NISSAN STADIUM ADVANCE: $30 ADULTS, $20 YOUTH; RACE DAY: $40 ADULTS, $30 YOUTH

Featuring a 3.1-mile course, this fundraising event serves as the season-ending achievement for Girls on the Run of Middle Tennessee, a nonprofit that seeks to inspire, educate and prepare girls for a lifetime of self-respect, positive relationships and healthy active living. Please note: road closures associated with this event. The course begins and ends at Nissan Stadium Lot R (under the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge), traveling into East Nashville. Closures begin as early as 8 am and end as late as 10 am on Saturday, May 7. Click here to view the course.

 

8th Annual Shoney's 5K Family Fun Run & Walk

SATURDAY, MAY 7, 8 AM (REGISTRATION OPENS), RACE BEGINS AT 9 AM
LOCATION: NISSAN STADIUM $30

The 8th annual Shoney’s 5K Family Fun Run and Walk benefiting the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department will be Saturday, May 7 at Nissan Stadium Lot T. The 5K will be followed by a kids' fun run. Plus, a post-race festival featuring a breakfast buffet, live music, kids' activities and more! Please note: road closures associated with this event. Closures include the John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge, 3rd Avenue South (Symphony Place to Demonbreun) and Demonbreun (3rd Avenue South to 16th Avenue South). Most closures begin at 8:45 am and end at noon on Saturday, May 7.

 

First Saturday Art Crawl

SATURDAY, MAY 7, 6 PM - 9 PM
LOCATION: 5TH AVENUE OF THE ARTS FREE

Art galleries throughout downtown host receptions and art openings every month. Most galleries serve free wine and other refreshments. See this month's gallery map. Enjoy live music on the performance platform along 5th Avenue North by Serenatta Romantic Latin Ensemble. Plus, a live painting demonstration and the Parnassus' bookmobile will be along 5th Avenue North. Two Gray Line Art Crawl Downtown Trolleys will provide complimentary shuttle service along the route from 6 pm - 10 pm. Please note: road closure associated with this event. The southbound lane on 5th Avenue North (Church Street to Union Street) will be closed beginning as early as 5 pm and ending as late as 9 pm on Saturday, May 7. Participating galleries in this month's crawl include:

40AU
69 Arcade. 615-266-4028. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free.

5th Avenue of the Arts Community Corridor Exhibition at Country Music Hall of Fame
222 5th Avenue South. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free.

Andy Anh Ha Gallery
83 Arcade. 615-668-7598. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free.

Art at Music City Marketplace
501 Broadway (inside Bridgestone Arena Tower). 615-259-4747. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free.

The Arts Company
215 Avenue North. 615-254-2040. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free. Click here for exhibit information.

BelArt Gallery
56 Arcade. 615-397-2347. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free.

Blend Studio
79 Arcade. 615-852-7009. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free. Click here for exhibit information.

COOP
75 Arcade. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free. Click here for exhibit information.

Corvidae Collective
11 Arcade. 615-251-1609. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free. Click here for exhibit information.

Craig Brabson Fine Art Photography
64A Arcade. 615-308-7751. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free. Click here for exhibit information.

Downtown Presbyterian Church's Browsing Room Gallery
154 5th Avenue North. 615-254-7584. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free.

Erabellum Artisan Co-Op
61 & 63 Arcade. 615-601-1568. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free.

Hannah Lane Gallery
64 Arcade. 225-315-0221. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free. Click here for exhibit information.

Hatch Show Print's Haley Gallery
224 5th Avenue South. 615-577-7711. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free. Click here for exhibit information.

L Gallery
73 Arcade. 615-567-3702. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free.

M. Dawn Art
64B Arcade. 615-861-9877. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free.

Nostos Gallery
58 Arcade. 615-495-1120. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free. Click here for exhibit information.

O Gallery
42 Arcade. 615-416-2537. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free. Click here for exhibit information.

OPEN
57 Arcade. 615-966-6282. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free.

The Rymer Gallery
233 5th Avenue North. 615-752-6030. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free. Click here for exhibit information.

Studio 66
66 Arcade. 615-498-3320. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free.

Tennessee Art League
11 Arcade. 615-736-5000. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free. Click here for exhibit information.

Tinney Contemporary
237 5th Avenue North. 615-255-7816. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free. Click here for exhibit information.

UltraViolet Gallery
59 Arcade. 615-521-2632. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free. Click here for exhibit information.

Viridian Lobby Showcase
415 Church Street. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free.

WAG
77 Arcade. 615-383-4848. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free.

 

Rock 'n' Roll Revival Mother’s Day Brunch

SUNDAY, MAY 8, 1 PM - 2:30 PM
LOCATION: CITY WINERY $42.50 ADULTS; $10 CHILDREN UNDER 10

Join City Winery for its Rock 'n' Roll Revival Mother's Day Brunch featuring Bonnie Bishop, Etta Britt, Emily West and other special guests. Adult tickets include admission to the show and access to an incredible Mother's Day Buffet (gratuity included). Brunch cocktails will be available à la carte. Children under 10 receive free admission with a $10 kids' buffet available. Click here for brunch details.

 

Mother's Day Brunch at Sambuca

SUNDAY, MAY 8, SEATING TIMES: 10:30 AM, 10:45 AM, NOON, 12:15 PM, 1:45 PM & 2 PM
LOCATION: SAMBUCA $32.95 ADULTS; $9.95 CHILDREN 12 & UNDER

A special Mother's Day Brunch including made-to-order Belgian waffles, eggs Benedict and omelets, grilled salmon, prosciutto-stuffed chicken, beef and ham carving stations, a dessert display, mimosa and Bloody Mary specials, and more. Plus, live music. Click here for the complete menu and to purchase tickets.

 

Mother's Day Brunch at Nashville City Club

SUNDAY, MAY 8, 10 AM - 3 PM
LOCATION: NASHVILLE CITY CLUB $40 MEMBERS; $45 NON-MEMBERS; $15 CHILDREN AGES 5-12

A bountiful buffet including brunch and lunch items. Click here to view the menu. Reservations required: call 615-244-3693.

 

Mother's Day Brunch at Commerce Street Grille

SUNDAY, MAY 8, 11 AM - 3 PM
LOCATION: COMMERCE STREET GRILLE $39

Join Commerce Street Grille, located inside Renaissance Nashville Hotel, for its Mother's Day Brunch Buffet. Enjoy herb-roasted salmon, Merlot-braised chicken, spinach and garlic ravioli, and much more. Reservations recommended: click here or call 615-493-4050.

 

Mother's Day Brunch at Capitol Grille

SUNDAY, MAY 8, 10 AM - 3 PM
LOCATION: CAPITOL GRILLE AT THE HERMITAGE HOTEL $67.50 ADULTS; $37.50 CHILDREN

Join Capitol Grille at The Hermitage Hotel for its annual Mother's Day Brunch Buffet on Sunday, May 8. Celebrate Mom with complimentary bottomless mimosas, a take-home gift of homemade petit fours, and brunch favorites such as miniature croque madames, a made-to-order waffle station, baked ham and The Hermitage Hotel's grand dessert display. Click here to view the menu. Complimentary valet parking. Reservations required: call 615-345-7116.

 

Free Outdoor Keith Urban Concert

MONDAY, MAY 9, NOON
LOCATION: BRIDGESTONE ARENA FREE

Keith Urban will celebrate the upcoming release of his ninth album, "Ripcord," with a free outdoor concert on the plaza in front of Bridgestone Arena on Monday, May 9 at noon!

 

Thought for Food: How Architecture Can Save a City One Meal at a Time

MONDAY, MAY 9, NOON
LOCATION: FRIST CENTER FOR THE VISUAL ARTS FREE

Don't miss Thought for Food: How Architecture Can Save a City One Meal at a Time, presented by Kulapat Yantrasast. Kulapat's talk will look at the role of architecture in creating space for buildings and people to come together. Visitors are welcome to bring their lunch or purchase a boxed lunch from the Frist Cafe to enjoy during the presentation. This program is free and will be held in the Frist Center Auditorium.

 

The Bridges of Madison County

TUESDAY, MAY 10 - SUNDAY, MAY 15, SHOW TIMES VARY BY DATE
LOCATION: TPAC - TENNESSEE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER $20 - $75

"The Bridges of Madison County," one of the most romantic stories ever written, first captured the nation’s attention as a best-selling novel and is now an irresistible, two time Tony Award-winning Broadway musical. This stunning new production features gorgeous, soulful music by Tony Award-winning composer Jason Robert Brown that the Daily News hails as “one of Broadway’s best scores in the last decade.” With a book by Pulitzer Prize winner Marsha Norman and direction by Tony winner Bartlett Sher, "The Bridges of Madison County" is the unforgettable story of two people caught between decision and desire, as a chance encounter becomes a second chance at so much more.

 

Generous Helpings

THURSDAY, MAY 12, 6 PM
LOCATION: CITY WINERY $50

Second Harvest presents the return of Generous Helpings! This favorite annual food and beverage tasting event will feature many of Nashville’s best independent restaurants showcasing tastings of signature appetizers, entrées and desserts, with fine wines and craft beers.

 

Road Closure
 

Road Closure: International Car Wash Convention Street Party

MONDAY, MAY 9, 10 AM - 11:59 AM

5th Avenue South (Korean Veterans Boulevard to Demonbreun) will be closed from 10 am - 11:59 am on Monday, May 9 due to the International Car Wash Convention Street Party. Estimated attendance is 1,000.

 

 

Upcoming Events in Downtown Nashville

National Day of Prayer at Bridgestone Arena Thursday, May 5

Cinco de Mayo Tequila & Six Point Brewing Tasting at Frugal MacDoogal Warehouse Thursday, May 5

Nashville Country Club Cinco de Mayo Party at 3rd and Lindsley Thursday, May 5

Founten at TPAC - Tennessee Performing Arts Center Thursday, May 5 - Sunday, May 8

Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto with Gil Shaham at Schermerhorn Symphony Center Thursday, May 5 - Saturday, May 7

Riffs on the Rails at Union Station Hotel Thursday, May 5

Nashville Sounds vs. Iowa Cubs at First Tennessee Park Thursday, May 5

RiffTrax Live: Time Chasers at TPAC - Tennessee Performing Arts Center Thursday, May 5

Opry Country Classics: Larry Gatlin, Charlie McCoy & More at Ryman Auditorium Thursday, May 5

Coffee & Classics: Dvoƙák's Seventh Symphony at Schermerhorn Symphony Center Friday, May 6

Lukas Graham at 3rd and Lindsley Friday, May 6

Casamigos Tequila & ABK Brewing Tasting at Frugal MacDoogal Warehouse Friday, May 6

The Avett Brothers at Bridgestone Arena Friday, May 6

Nashville Sounds vs. Memphis Redbirds at First Tennessee Park Friday, May 6

2016 2nd Annual Indie Ville TV Awards at Rocketown Friday, May 6

Nutrition Workshop with McKel Hill of Nutrition Stripped at Well Placed Smile Saturday, May 7

Music Masters: A Conversation with Bob Neuwirth at Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Saturday, May 7

A Prairie Home Companion at Ryman Auditorium Saturday, May 7

Photographic Language: Analog at Frist Center for the Visual Arts Saturday, May 7

Rachel's Boutique Local Artisan Trunk Show at Rachel's Boutique Saturday, May 7

A Year with Frog and Toad at Nashville Children's Theatre Saturday, May 7

Nashville Sounds vs. Memphis Redbirds at First Tennessee Park Saturday, May 7

Disturbed & Rob Zombie with Pop Evil at Riverfront Park and Ascend Amphitheater Saturday, May 7

Elliot Root at 3rd and Lindsley Sunday, May 8

Family Program: Make Letterpress Art with Hatch Show Print at Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Sunday, May 8

Lucinda Williams at Ryman Auditorium Sunday, May 8

The Isley Brothers at Schermerhorn Symphony Center Sunday, May 8

Nashville Sounds vs. Memphis Redbirds at First Tennessee Park Sunday, May 8

A Year with Frog and Toad at Nashville Children's Theatre Sunday, May 8

Nashville Reads Finale with James McBride at Nashville Public Library Monday, May 9

Thought for Food: How Architecture Can Save a City One Meal at a Time at Frist Center for the Visual Arts Monday, May 9

Cyndi Lauper at Ryman Auditorium Monday, May 9

Georgia on my Mind at Ryman Auditorium Tuesday, May 10

Pentatonix at Bridgestone Arena Tuesday, May 10

Nashville Locals Happy Hour at Tin Roof Broadway Tuesday, May 10

Spellbound: A Tribute to Jay Spell at 3rd and Lindsley Wednesday, May 11

2nd Wednesday Book Club: Twilight by William Gay at Nashville Public Library Wednesday, May 11

Deftones at Ryman Auditorium Wednesday, May 11

Arts Appetizer: The Bridges of Madison County at TPAC - Tennessee Performing Arts Center Wednesday, May 11

2016 Bruno Walter National Conductor Preview at Schermerhorn Symphony Center Wednesday, May 11

Alabama at Schermerhorn Symphony Center Thursday, May 12 - Saturday, May 14

Old Crow Medicine Show Plays Blonde on Blonde at Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Thursday, May 12 - Friday, May 13

Dean Alexander & The Voodoo Revival at 3rd and Lindsley Thursday, May 12

The UPS Store 'Small Biz Salute' Evening Happy Hour at aVenue Thursday, May 12

Opry Country Classics: The Gatlin Brothers & More at Ryman Auditorium Thursday, May 12

Street Food Thursdays Thursday, May 12

Vinyl Radio at 3rd and Lindsley Friday, May 13

Current Events Discussion Group at Nashville Public Library Friday, May 13

Music at the Frist: Rae Hering at Frist Center for the Visual Arts Friday, May 13

The Murder Mystery Company in Nashville at Old Spaghetti Factory Friday, May 13

Paul Simon at Ryman Auditorium Saturday, May 14 - Sunday, May 15

Rubik's Groove at 3rd and Lindsley Saturday, May 14

Wishing Chair Presents: The Little Rabbit Who Wanted Red Wings at Nashville Public Library Saturday, May 14

Architecture Tour at Frist Center for the Visual Arts Saturday, May 14

A Year with Frog and Toad at Nashville Children's Theatre Saturday, May 14

Nashville Sounds vs. Fresno Grizzlies at First Tennessee Park Saturday, May 14

Dark Side of the Rainbow at TPAC - Tennessee Performing Arts Center Saturday, May 14

Songwriter Session: Jerry Salley at Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Saturday, May 14

A Year with Frog and Toad at Nashville Children's Theatre Sunday, May 15

Baroness at 3rd and Lindsley Sunday, May 15

Creative Zone: Embellished Instruments: Gretsch Style at Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Sunday, May 15

Nashville Sounds vs. Fresno Grizzlies at First Tennessee Park Sunday, May 15

Paul Anka in Concert at Schermerhorn Symphony Center Tuesday, May 17

Allen Stone at 3rd and Lindsley Tuesday, May 17

Salon@615: Steve Case at Nashville Public Library Wednesday, May 18

Silversun Pickups & Foals at Ryman Auditorium Wednesday, May 18

Battle of the Burger at The Gulch Wednesday, May 18

Who Knew at 3rd and Lindsley Wednesday, May 18

Click here to see a complete calendar of all events happening in downtown Nashville!

Attention Merchants: Guidebook Ads for Sale

Looking to reach your target audience downtown? The newest edition of our bi-annual publication, The Guidebook, will be available in June and be distributed to over 30,000 downtown employees, residents, visitors and regional residents during a 6-month time period. Rates start as low as $400. Click here for more information and to reserve your space.

Be Cheap with BEEP!

During Bridgestone Arena events, park for free at Nissan Stadium Lot R. Optional round-trip shuttle service is $3 per person with a convenient drop-off point near the arena. Click here for details. (Tip: You don't have to attend an event at the arena to use this service. However, the free parking is only available on the event dates listed on the BEEP website).

Convention Update

Large groups and events (500+ attendees) that are downtown May 4 - 18, 2016 include American Heart Association (1,200, May 3 - 7), A&W Food Services of Canada, Inc. (500, May 6 - 14), International Carwash Association (6,000, May 7 - 12), FLIR Systems (650, May 9 - 11), Technology Marketing Toolkit, Inc. (720, May 10 - 13), Society of Actuaries (500, May 15 - 18) and Southeastern Medical Device Association (500, May 18 - 19). For more information concerning conventions, call 615-259-4782. Click here for a complete listing of Nashville conventions: visitmusiccity.com/conventions.

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