Nashville Events

Nashville Events

Kirk Whalum performing at a Nashville Jazz Festival

Kirk Whalum performing at Nashville Jazz Festival

Events held in Nashville unless indicated otherwise.

JANUARY

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration
Celebration of the life of the civil rights leader; Nashville; http://www.king-raleigh.org/natlevent/body.cfm

FEBRUARY

Music City Soul Series
All month; B.B. King’s Blues Club; http://www.visitmusiccity.com/soulSeries/index.html

APRIL

GMA Gospel Music Week
Over 100 eclectic performances throughout the week from today’s top artists and tomorrow’s hit-makers; http://www.nashvillecvb.com

Nashville Film Festival
Regal Green Hill Cinemas; http://www.nashvillefilmfestival.org

Main Street Festival
Featuring over 200 artists, children’s area and international food court; Main Street (between 1st and 5th Avenues), Franklin; http://www.nashvillecvb.com

MAY

Music City Summer Fest
Nashville; http://www.nashvillecvb.com

Southern Gospel Festival
Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center; http://www.nashvillecvb.com

JUNE

Annual festival of African American culture; Nashville; http://www.juneteenth.com

JULY

Independence Day Celebration
Riverfront Park; http://www.nashvillecvb.com

SEPTEMBER

Music City J.A.M. Festival
Labor Day Weekend; Featuring jazz, blues, funk, soul and gospel music; Riverfront Park; http://www.nashvillecvb.com

Tennessee State Fair
Tennessee State Fairgrounds; http://www.nashvillecvb.com

Ted Rhodes Golf Classic
Ted Rhodes was the first African American to play in a PGA event; Hermitage Golf Course; http://www.nashvillecvb.com

African Street Festival
Free family-oriented entertainment featuring jazz, poetry, reggae, rap, blues, Gospel, drama, children’s storytelling, art show, fashion show and lectures ensure something for everyone to enjoy; Tennessee State University; http://www.nashvillecvb.com

DECEMBER

Annual Tribute to African Americans in the Battle of Nashville
Tour the significant battle sites and pay tribute with a wreath laying ceremony at the National Cemetery; Nashville; http://www.nashvillecvb.com

Kwanzaa
Annual celebration of the African American tradition; Nashville; https://www.soulofamerica.com/events/kwanzaa-celebrations/

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