Nashville Downtown Details

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

    

News & Information

New restaurant: Pancho & Lefty's!
104 5th Avenue South. 615-993-3390. This new restaurant located across the street from the Bridgestone Arena serves up Tex Mex offerings including tacos, tortas and burritos. Also, they have a rooftop deck with great views of the downtown skyline. Hours of operation are Monday - Sunday, 11 am - 11 pm.

 

New restaurant: LuLu!
313 Jefferson Street. 615-540-0444. This new restaurant on Jefferson Street serves their breakfast menu all day. Plus, salads, grain bowls, rotisserie chicken and sandwiches at lunchtime. Free ice cream after every meal, too. Current hours of operation are Monday - Sunday, 8 am - 2 pm.

 

Events This Week

 

Street Food Thursdays

THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 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! This event takes place every Thursday. Please note: road closure associated with this event. Deaderick Street (4th Avenue North to 5th Avenue North) will be closed from 9 am until 2 pm on the day of the event.

 

Peach Yo' Self

FRIDAY, JUNE 30, NOON - 8 PM
LOCATION: JACKALOPE BREWING COMPANY FREE TO ATTEND

Jackalope Brewing Company is hosting Peach Yo' Self, a festival dedicated to celebrating the beautiful bond between peaches and beer. They'll be debuting four exclusive Jackalope peach beers. Plus, the event will feature music, food trucks and many more peachy surprises!

 

2017 Future Stars Game

FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 7 PM GAME START, GATES OPEN AT 6 PM
LOCATION: BRIDGESTONE ARENA $5 FOR SEASON TICKET HOLDERS AND $10 FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC

Nashville Predators prospects will take to the ice at Bridgestone Arena in the 2017 Future Stars Game to close out their week-long Development Camp. Entry for the Future Stars Game presented by BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee will be $5 for season ticket holders and $10 for the general public, with all proceeds benefiting the Ford Ice Scholarship Fund, which equips and pays the fees for underprivileged youth. The game will run with two, 25-minute halves ending in a shootout. Nashville Predators forwards Austin Watson and Kevin Fiala will be taking the bench at Friday's game - as guest coaches! Select players will be made available to fans for an autograph signing post-game. Fans are encouraged to hit the ice post-game for a skate, free with entry and only for fans who bring their own skates. Friday night only, while at the event, visit the Bridgestone Arena box office to purchase a 2017-18 preseason ticket and get a second one free! Gnash and Schenk Photography will be set up in Section 110 for fan photos from 6:15 pm - 6:45 pm, while the Nashville Predators Foundation will be set up in Section 106/107 where fans can purchase discounted items benefiting the Foundation.

 

Frist Fridays: The Long Players perform Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 6 PM - 9 PM
LOCATION: FRIST CENTER FOR THE VISUAL ARTS $12 GENERAL PUBLIC

Now in its 15th year, this exciting series takes place on the final Friday of June, July and August. Attendees are invited to enjoy an evening of live music, food specials and a cash bar as well as the diverse exhibits on view in the Frist Center’s galleries. Recently hailed as "Nashville’s leading masters of tributary prowess" by the Nashville Scene, The Long Players play front-to-back renditions of classic albums as conceptual works of art. For this performance, they will pay tribute to beloved American rock icons Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, celebrating the 40th anniversary year of their debut album. Visitors are encouraged to bring lawn chairs. Frist Fridays take place rain or shine.

 

First Saturday Art Crawl

SATURDAY, JULY 1, 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. Enjoy live music at the performance platform on 5th Avenue North by Tramaine Arte'Mis. The Fifth Third Plaza will host a Demolition Music Publishing Writers in the Round featuring Pete Sallis, Megan Conner, Adam Searan and Michael August. Peggy (Parnassus) will also be on-site. See this month's gallery map. Two Gray Line Art Crawl Downtown Trolleys will provide complimentary shuttle service along the route from 6 pm - 10 pm. SPECIAL DISCOUNT: SP+ is offering an $8 rate to Art Crawl attendees at their 5th Avenue of the Arts Garage (147 5th Avenue North). Must purchase parking in advance. 1) Select the date of the crawl and the times. 2) Use promo code: ARTCRAWL. 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, July 1. Participating galleries in this month's crawl include:

21c Museum
221 2nd Avenue North. 615-610-6400. 24/7. Free. Click here for exhibit information.

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

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

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

Art at The Music City Shop
501 Broadway (inside Bridgestone Arena Tower). 615-259-4747. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free. Click here for exhibit information.

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.

Clockwork Photography
64 Arcade. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free.

COOP
75 Arcade. 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.

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.

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.

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.

Papp-Art
64 Arcade. 615-977-6918. 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.

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.

Valentina Design
75 Arcade. 954-274-0178. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free.

Viridian Lobby Showcase
415 Church Street. 615-254-3325. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free.

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

Wolf and Crow Gallery
44 Arcade. 615-336-0001. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free.

Worthington Galleries
69 Arcade. 615-527-7970. 6 pm - 9 pm. Free.

 

Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th

TUESDAY, JULY 4, NOON - 10 PM
LOCATION: LOWER BROADWAY FREE

Nashville’s Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th is a free, family-friendly event that features the largest fireworks show in the country. This year's event will have a new layout featuring two stages. The main concert stage will be located at 5th Avenue and Broadway and will host Chris Young, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Jonny P and The Sisterhood. During the firework spectacular, the Nashville Symphony will play on the Ascend Amphitheater stage. There will be larges screens in both areas showing the performances so no one misses any of the action. The day begins at noon with the Family Fun Zone in Walk of Fame Park till 4 pm. Live music on the Broadway Stage will kick off at 5:15 pm and run until 9:15 pm, at which time attention will move to Ascend Amphitheater and the Nashville Symphony for the 30-minute fireworks show. Those primarily interested in watching the fireworks are encouraged to go to the following locations that are part of the city’s 4th of July event campus: Ascend Amphitheater, Riverfront Park, Lower Broadway, Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge, Public Square (with audio) and Walk of Fame Park (with audio). Click here for more details about the event. Please note: road closures associated with this event. Click here for a full list of closures. Click here for a list of transportation and parking tips.

 

Catch a Ride Downtown via MTA Buses on 4th of July

TUESDAY, JULY 4, LAST BUSES OF THE DAY WILL DEPART AT 10:45 PM FROM MUSIC CITY CENTRAL

No need to worry about traffic or downtown parking this 4th of July. Nashville MTA will operate 19 of its bus routes on the holiday to safely take you to and from Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th and other destinations. Many of the routes are on major corridors and will operate on a Sunday/Holiday schedule with extended service to get customers home after the fireworks. Regular fares will be in effect ($1.70 for adults, $1 for ages 5-19, 85 cents for seniors, and no charge for children age 4 and younger). For detailed bus service information, visit the MTA website at nashvillemta.org.

 

Music City Star Train Tickets to Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th

TUESDAY, JULY 4, TRAIN DEPARTS FROM LEBANON: 4 PM; TRAIN DEPARTS FROM DOWNTOWN: 45 MINUTES AFTER FIREWORKS

Tickets for the Regional Transportation Authority of Middle Tennessee’s Music City Star train into downtown Nashville for Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th are available. An allotment of 950 tickets is available to the general public. Round-trip tickets cost $15 and are available for purchase through the Music City Star website at musiccitystar.org or at ticketsnashville.com with a credit card. Tickets will be on sale until 24 hours prior to departure or until they are sold out, whichever comes first. Tickets will not be for sale July 4th on the platforms. Parking is free at all of the outlying stations. Children age 4 and younger will not need a ticket to board and are required to sit in a parent or guardian’s lap. Weekday Music City Star tickets and monthly passes are not accepted on the July 4th train.

 

4th of July Rooftop Bash

TUESDAY, JULY 4, 7 PM - 11 PM
LOCATION: 21C MUSEUM $200

Avoid the crowds this year. Retreat in high style to 21c Museum for an exclusive fireworks viewing party featuring cocktails and bites by Gray & Dudley. Tickets include an open bar, food and an unforgettable view of the fireworks from a great spot in the city. 21+ event.

 

Red, White & Booze at The Valentine

TUESDAY, JULY 4, 11 AM
LOCATION: THE VALENTINE $75 IN ADVANCE; $100 AT THE DOOR (IF AVAILABLE)

Come party with America all day long on one of the best rooftops on Broadway! Tickets include an open bar from 7 pm - 11 pm, passed hors d’oeuvres and a limited-edition Valentine T-shirt. 21+ event.

 

Rockin' Rooftop 4th of July Party

TUESDAY, JULY 4, 6:30 PM - MIDNIGHT
LOCATION: HARD ROCK CAFE $85

Hard Rock Cafe is hosting a Rockin' Rooftop 4th of July Party! Tickets include passed appetizers, two drink tickets (well liquor, house wine and beer), music by Paul Childers and a private area to watch the Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th fireworks show in the Hard Rock Cafe parking lot.

 

4th of July at Rock Bottom

TUESDAY, JULY 4, 5 PM
LOCATION: ROCK BOTTOM RESTAURANT & BREWERY $10

Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery will be open all day on the 4th of July, but will close the rooftop beginning at 5 pm and make it available only to those who pay a $10 cover charge for an exclusive space to watch the downtown fireworks show. Limited space available; no re-entry.

 

The Crawl of Fame 4th of July Bar-Tacular

TUESDAY, JULY 4, 5 PM - 10 PM
LOCATION: HQ BEERCADE NASHVILLE $30

The Crawl of Fame is hosting a 4th of July bar crawl with drink specials, games, prizes (the winner receives a new guitar!) and more. The crawl begins at HQ Beercade Nashville and hits seven downtown bars. Click here to learn more.

 

Elevate to Celebrate: America!

TUESDAY, JULY 4, 5 PM - 1 AM
LOCATION: UP $200

UP, a rooftop lounge located on top of Fairfield Inn & Suites Nashville Downtown / The Gulch, is hosting a one-of-a-kind 4th of July celebration in Nashville. The bar will be closed to the public and only ticketholders will be able to take in the breathtaking views, energetic live music, dancing with the silent disco and delicious cuisine. 21+ event.

 

July 4th Red, White & BBQ

TUESDAY, JULY 4, 6 PM - 10 PM
LOCATION: L27 ROOFTOP BAR $75

Celebrate this 4th of July with exclusivity at Nashville's highest rooftop bar. At L27, located on top of The Westin Nashville, you will be able to see and experience Nashville's fireworks from an all-new perspective. Enjoy Southern BBQ with all-American sides, craft cocktails, live music from Reckless Sidemen and one of the best views of Nashville!

 

Acme 4th of July

TUESDAY, JULY 4, 3 PM
LOCATION: ACME FEED & SEED $10 GENERAL ADMISSION (AT THE DOOR ONLY); $200 - $1,500 VIP

It's time to celebrate America, Acme style. Join Acme for fireworks, festivities, live music and lots of fun this 4th of July. General admission tickets for floors 1-3 will be sold at the door on the 4th only. Looking for the best view of the big show on Broadway? VIP rooftop tickets are the way to go. VIP rooftop tickets include all-day rooftop access, a dinner buffet and Acme swag. Want a nice spot to call your own, beat the heat and escape the crowd? Snag one of the VIP booths, which also includes side patio viewing access for fireworks and Acme swag. Please note: Acme is only selling VIP tickets for the 4th of July in advance; general admission tickets must be purchased the day of the event at the door.

 

Tennessee Brew Works 4th of July Celebration

TUESDAY, JULY 4, NOON - 6 PM
LOCATION: TENNESSEE BREW WORKS FREE

Come down and celebrate Independence Day at Tennessee Brew Works for special hours on the 4th of July. They'll be open from noon - 6 pm, closing just in time to get some good seats to see the fireworks downtown. The event will feature specialty menu items, movie screenings and a barrel-aged beer release.

 

4th of July at The George Jones Museum

TUESDAY, JULY 4, 3 PM - MIDNIGHT
LOCATION: GEORGE JONES MUSEUM $200 GENERAL ADMISSION

The George Jones Museum will host a 4th of July bash on its rooftop restaurant and bar. Catch one of the best views of the Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th fireworks show! General admission tickets include rooftop access beginning at 3 pm, a signature smokehouse BBQ buffet, a swag bag, live music all night, admission into the George Jones Museum and more.

 

Music City July 4th 5K/10K

TUESDAY, JULY 4, 7 AM
LOCATION: PUBLIC SQUARE 5K: $45 IN ADVANCE, $50 RACE DAY; 10K: $50 IN ADVANCE, $55 RACE DAY

Kick off your Music City July 4th celebration with a 5K or 10K through downtown! All ages and fitness levels will love running past Nashville landmarks and across the Cumberland River. Every participant will receive a complimentary T-shirt and a finisher’s medal. This year will also feature Wag-n-Walk, a 1-mile pup walk that will immediately follow the 5K and 10K ($20). Half of these proceeds will go to the Pedigree Foundation. Please note: road closures associated with this event on Tuesday, July 4. Click here for a list of road closures for this event.

 

 

Road Closures

Road Closures: Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th

THROUGH THURSDAY, JULY 6

Several road closures are planned throughout downtown for Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th. All roads will re-open no later than noon on Thursday, July 6. This list is organized by the date the closures begin. The end date is different for each road and is indicated below. Most roads are closed for multiple days.

Already closed:
- Victory Lane (Titans Way to South 2nd Street) closed from 6 am on Monday, June 26 until 6 pm on Wednesday, July 5
- Titans Way (Russell Street to Victory Lane) closed from 6 am on Monday, June 26 until 6 pm on Wednesday, July 5
- Russell Street (South 1st Street to Titans Way) closed from 6 am on Monday, June 26 until 6 pm on Wednesday, July 5
- South 1st Street (Victory Lane to South 2nd Street) closed from 6 am on Monday, June 26 until 6 pm on Wednesday, July 5
- 5th Avenue southbound lane (Broadway to Hilton Nashville Downtown entrance) closed from 7 am on Monday, June 26 until 5 pm on Wednesday, July 5
- 1st Avenue cut-out area (east side of the street) just south of Broadway closed from 7 am on Monday, June 26 until 5 pm on Wednesday, July 5

Friday, June 30:
- 6th Avenue South (Demonbreun to Broadway) closed from 7 am on Friday, June 30 until noon on Thursday, July 6
- 1st Avenue cut-out (east side of the street) just opposite of Molloy Street near Ascend Amphitheater closed from 7 am on Friday, June 30 until 5 pm on Wednesday, July 5

Sunday, July 2:
- Broadway (5th Avenue to 7th Avenue) closed from 6 am on Sunday, July 2 until 10 am on Wednesday, July 5

Monday, July 3:
- Broadway (1st Avenue to 5th Avenue) closed from 6 am on Monday, July 3 until 6 am on Wednesday, July 5
- Re-route southbound lanes of 4th Avenue North (Commerce Street to Broadway) to two-way traffic from 6 am on Monday, July 3 until 6 am on Wednesday, July 5
- 5th Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) closed from 6 am on Monday, July 3 until 6 am on Wednesday, July 5
- Symphony Place closed from 6 am on Monday, July 3 until midnight on Wednesday, July 5
- 4th Avenue South Symphony cut-out (east side of the street next to Schermerhorn Symphony Center, north of Demonbreun) closed from 6 am on Monday, July 3 until 6 am on Wednesday, July 5
- 1st Avenue (Korean Veterans Boulevard to Church Street) closed from 6 am on Monday, July 3 until 6 am on Wednesday, July 5
- Korean Veterans Boulevard westbound lane (Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge to 1st Avenue South, south turn lane at 1st Avenue) closed from 6 am on Monday, July 3 until 6 am on Wednesday, July 5
- Molloy Street (1st Avenue South to 2nd Avenue South) closed from 6 am on Monday, July 3 until 6 am on Wednesday, July 5
- Demonbreun (1st Avenue South to 2nd Avenue South) closed from 6 am on Monday, July 3 until 6 am on Wednesday, July 5
- Demonbreun eastbound lane (3rd Avenue South to 2nd Avenue South) closed from 6 am on Monday, July 3 until 6 am on Wednesday, July 5

Tuesday, July 4:
- In-bound lane of Korean Veterans Boulevard/Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge (South 2nd Street to 2nd Avenue South) closed from 6 am on Tuesday, July 4 until midnight on Wednesday, July 5
- Re-route out-bound lanes of Korean Veterans Boulevard/Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge to two-way traffic (2nd Avenue South to South 2nd Street) from 6 am on Tuesday, July 4 until midnight on Wednesday, July 5
- Broadway (7th Avenue to 8th Avenue) closed from 7 am on Tuesday, July 4 until 8 am on Wednesday, July 5
- 2nd Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) closed from 7 am on Tuesday, July 4 until 6 am on Wednesday, July 5
- 3rd Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) closed from 7 am on Tuesday, July 4 until 6 am on Wednesday, July 5
- 4th Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) closed from 7 am on Tuesday, July 4 until 6 am on Wednesday, July 5
- 7th Avenue (Demonbreun to Commerce Street) closed from 7 am on Tuesday, July 4 until 6 am on Wednesday, July 5
- 1st Avenue North (Church Street to Union Street) closed from 7 am on Tuesday, July 4 until 6 am on Wednesday, July 5
- Church Street (1st Avenue North to 2nd Avenue North) closed from 7 am on Tuesday, July 4 until 6 am on Wednesday, July 5
- Bank Street (1st Avenue North to 2nd Avenue North) closed from 7 am on Tuesday, July 4 until 6 am on Wednesday, July 5
- Gay Street Connector at 1st Avenue closed from 7 am on Tuesday, July 4 until 6 am on Wednesday, July 5
- Woodland Street Bridge closed from 8 pm on Tuesday, July 4 until immediately following the fireworks show
- 2nd Avenue North (Commerce Street to Union Street) closed from 8 pm on Tuesday, July 4 until immediately following the fireworks show
- Commerce Street (2nd Avenue North to 3rd Avenue North) closed from 8 pm on Tuesday, July 4 until immediately following the fireworks show
- Union Street (3rd Avenue North to Woodland Street Bridge) closed from 8 pm on Tuesday, July 4 until immediately following the fireworks show
- John Seigenthaler Pedestrian Bridge closed from 8 pm on Tuesday, July 4 until immediately following the fireworks show

 

Music City July 4th 5K/10K

TUESDAY, JULY 4, 7 AM
LOCATION: PUBLIC SQUARE 

Road closures on Tuesday, July 4 associated with the Music City July 4th 5K/10K:.

Closed from 4:30 am until as late as 10:30 am:
- Union Street (1st Avenue North to 3rd Avenue North)

Closed from 7 am until as late as 10 am:
- Union Street (2nd Avenue North to Capitol Boulevard)
- Capitol Boulevard (Union Street to Church Street)
- Church Street (Capitol Boulevard to 7th Avenue North)
- 7th Avenue (Church Street to Demonbreun)
- Demonbreun (7th Avenue South to 5th Avenue South)
- 5th Avenue South (Demonbreun to Korean Veterans Boulevard)
- Korean Veterans Boulevard (5th Avenue South traveling across the Korean War Veterans Memorial Bridge)
- Shelby Avenue (Korean Veterans Boulevard to Interstate Drive)
- Interstate Drive (Shelby Avenue to Woodland Street)
- Woodland Street (Interstate Drive to South 2nd Street)
- South 2nd Street (Woodland Street to Russell Street)
- Russell Street (South 2nd Street to South 1st Street)
- South 1st Street (Russell Street to Woodland Street)

Click here to view the route.

 

 

 

Upcoming Events in Downtown Nashville

Nashville Sounds vs. Round Rock Express at First Tennessee Park through Thursday, June 29

Something Rotten! at TPAC - Tennessee Performing Arts Center Tuesday, June 27 - Sunday, July 2

Whiskey Cash & Roses with The New Nashville at Wildhorse Saloon Thursday, June 29

Les Richardson Band at Barlines Thursday, June 29

The Regulars at Tin Roof Broadway Thursday, June 29

Painting Class: Fireworks Over Nashville at Dabble Studio Thursday, June 29

Mar at Two Old Hippies Thursday, June 29

Matt Marinchick at Puckett's Gro. & Restaurant Thursday, June 29

Speakeasy Swing at Rudy's at Rudy's Jazz Room Thursday, June 29

Bluegrass Nights at the Ryman: Earls of Leicester at Ryman Auditorium Thursday, June 29

Creative Zone: Puppet Making at Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Thursday, June 29

Story Casters at Nashville Public Library Thursday, June 29

Jerrod Neimann at 3rd and Lindsley Thursday, June 29

Sarah Gayle Meech at Robert's Western World Thursday, June 29

Michelle Shocked Trilogy Lounge Residency featuring "Short Sharp Shocked" with Pete Anderson & His Trio at City Winery Thursday, June 29

Funky Tonk with The Music City Toppers at Acme Feed & Seed Thursday, June 29

Swear and Shake at High Watt at Mercy Lounge Thursday, June 29

Cory Farley Band at Second Fiddle Thursday, June 29

Tom Yankton Band at Legends Corner Thursday, June 29

Jesse Cain at Whiskey Bent Saloon Thursday, June 29

Tyler Cannon at Bootleggers Inn Thursday, June 29

The “Three Country Tenors” at Station Inn Thursday, June 29

Steelism at Mercy Lounge Thursday, June 29

Tokyo Jetz at Agenda Friday, June 30

Tom Yankton at Wildhorse Saloon Friday, June 30

Painting Class: Choose Figure or Splatter Guitar at Sips 'n Strokes Friday, June 30

Tiffany Johnson at Sambuca Friday, June 30

Cumberland Run at Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville Nashville Friday, June 30

Mellin Drydan at Tennessee Brew Works Friday, June 30

The Young Fables at Puckett's Gro. & Restaurant Friday, June 30

Late Night Jam Session with Jeffrey Lien at Rudy's Jazz Room Friday, June 30

Josh Mirenda & Friends at The Listening Room Cafe Friday, June 30

Nashville Sounds vs. Oklahoma City Dodgers at First Tennessee Park Friday, June 30 - Saturday, July 1

Geoff Ramsey at Nudie's Honky Tonk Friday, June 30

Martin McDaniel Band at The Stage on Broadway Friday, June 30

#BasicFriday Dance Party with Brady at Acme Feed & Seed Friday, June 30

Ivory Layne at City Winery Friday, June 30

The Robert's Honky Tonk-O-Rama featuring Nathan Belt at Robert's Western World Friday, June 30

Jeffrey Steele & Anthony Smith at 3rd and Lindsley Friday, June 30

Magician Rodney Kelley at Nashville Public Library Friday, June 30

Family Program: String City: Nashville's Tradition of Music & Puppetry at Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Friday, June 30

E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial in Concert at Schermerhorn Symphony Center Friday, June 30

Hazing at Rocketown Friday, June 30

Otherwise at Mercy Lounge Friday, June 30

World Record Attempt at the Largest Air Guitar Concert at First Tennessee Park Friday, June 30

Tyrone Smith Super T Revue at Bourbon Street Blues & Boogie Bar Friday, June 30

Holland Marie at Second Fiddle Friday, June 30

Wes Cook Band at Legends Corner Friday, June 30

The Disappointments at Whiskey Bent Saloon Friday, June 30

The Toasters at High Watt at Mercy Lounge Friday, June 30

The Boxcars at Station Inn Friday, June 30

Justine Blazer at Bootleggers Inn Friday, June 30

Nashville Sounds vs. Oklahoma City Dodgers at First Tennessee Park Sunday, July 2 - Monday, July 3

Whiskey Wednesdays with Jack Daniel's at Union Station Hotel Wednesday, July 5

Street Food Thursdays Thursday, July 6

MercyMe at Riverfront Park and Ascend Amphitheater Thursday, July 6

My Morning Jacket with Margo Price at Riverfront Park and Ascend Amphitheater Friday, July 7

Nashville Sounds vs. Memphis Redbirds at First Tennessee Park Friday, July 7 - Saturday, July 8

Pokémon: Symphonic Evolutions with the Nashville Symphony at Riverfront Park and Ascend Amphitheater Saturday, July 8

Nashville Sounds vs. Memphis Redbirds at First Tennessee Park Sunday, July 9

OneRepublic at Riverfront Park and Ascend Amphitheater Monday, July 10

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

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Convention Update

Large groups and events (500+) that are downtown June 28 - July 12, 2017 include the Jayco Inc. (500, June 26 - 28), AMERIND Risk Management Corporation (700, June 27 - 30), Family, Career & Community Leaders of America (8,000, June 30 - July 7), Music City July 4th (150,000, July 4), and National Association of College and University Food Services (1,800, July 11 - 15). For more information concerning conventions, call 615-259-4782. Click this link for a complete listing of Nashville conventions.

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