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Music City Events You Need On Your Calendar
Living in the middle of it everyday, it's easy to forget that we live in a bustling, vibrant city. There's always something to do. You can't miss the big events like CMA Fest, Bonnaroo, or the Music City Marathon – if only because of the added traffic congestion. But it can be easy to miss some of the great stuff that's happening every day! Here are a few events coming up you need on your calendar!
It's what we're known for, and it's in our blood. No matter where you look, there's somebody playing - songwriter circles, open mics, touring acts, or big names filling up Bridgestone. Whether it's up-and-comers or headliners, it's easy to find a show any day of the week. That said, it can get a little overwhelming sometimes, and it's easy to forget just how much is out there.
Jan. 27 - The Music of David Bowie with the Nashville Symphony - Schmerhorn Symphony
Feb. 11 - Martina McBride - The Ryman
Mar. 18 - Reverend Horton Heat - Mercy Lounge
Mar. 26 - Peter Frampton Raw: An Acoustic Tour - Schermerhorn Symphony
Apr. 25 - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers - Bridgestone Arena
It's almost a joke to try and pick out great shows in the area, because there's just so much going on!
We might be known for music, but Nashville can cut up with the best of them. Zanies is a constant for locals and national big names, while TPAC and the Ryman host sold out shows for the likes of Jim Gaffigan, Carol Burnett, and Lewis Black.
Feb. 8 – Kathleen Madigan – Zanie's Comedy Club
Feb. 25 - Gabriel "Fluffy"Iglesias – TPAC, Andrew Jackson Hall
Mar. 17 – Carol Burnett – The Ryman
Apr. 19 – Patton Oswalt – The Ryman
Apr. 23 – Larry The Cable Guy – The Ryman
If none of these work for you, Belcourt Taps hosts recurring open mike nights, as do several of the bars and breweries in the area. If you're thinking of getting on stage, Third Coast Comedy Club hosts workshops for you to hone your funny bone.
Food and Drink
Biscuits and gravy, hot chicken, fine bourbon... there are some tastes that are distinctly southern and Nashville, but that's not all we have to offer! As a city, we turn it out for good grub. Check out some of these upcoming festivals that might just be the final straw for your New Years Resolution.
Feb. 7 - Tennessee Flavors - Nashville State Community College
Mar. 26 - Nashville Chili Festival - Basement East
Apr. 8 - East Nashville Beer Festival - East Park
Apr. 27 - 30 - Music City Spirits andCocktail Festival - East Pavilion
Sports and Outdoor
The south loves it's football, and you can bet there's going to be tailgating at every Titans, Blue Raiders, or Vols game. We also have a fantastic hockey team – and if you've never been to a Preds game, you don't know what you're missing. Those are easy to find though, so I wanted to offer a few lesser known events coming up.
Mar. 11 - 2017 Shamrock Run 5k and 10k - Calvin Short Football Field in Gallatin
Mar. 18 - Cheekwood in Bloom - Cheekwood Gardens
Apr. 29 - The 5k Foam Fest Obstacle Run - Wooly's Off Road in Lynnville
Arts and Community
Last but not least, we have the events and festivals that show off the unique talents of our citizens. This is a great way to get out and explore less known aspects of Nashville, and seem communities and neighborhoods you might not normally get a chance to.
Feb. 4 - Fashion for a Fraction: Boutique Warehouse Sale – Rockettown
Apr. 1 - Crafty Nashville: Arts and Crafts Fair - Track One
Apr. 1 - Edgehill Rocks: Music, Art, and Food - Edgehill Village
Apr. 8 - Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival – Public Square Park
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