Time for you to sit back, relax, and enjoy some you time. It’s Labor Day Weekend and we have a couple things you can do to make it the best.
There’s more art this weekend than most can handle. But we know you can. Make sure to check out the First Saturday Art Crawl or Arts & Music at Wedgehood/Houston. Each event offers a chance to see great art for free with like minded individuals. Also, the Frist Center for the Visual Arts’ exhibit Italian Style: Fashion Since 1945 and Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Ronnie Milsap: A Legend in My Time will end on September 7. OH! OH! And Nashville Repertory Theatre begins their 2015-16 season with Rapture, Blister, Burn starting September 3rd and lasting until September 19th. To see more of what Music City’s art scene is doing right now go to: visitmusiccity.com/artandculture.
Plenty of Football to see this weekend. The Tennessee Titans’ next preseason home game will be, September 3, at Nissan Stadium against the Minnesota Vikings. Then, the Vanderbilt Commodores will take on the Western Kentucky Hilltoppers, September 3, at Vanderbilt Stadium. Plus, the University of Tennessee Volunteers will take on the Bowling Green Falcons, on September 5, at Nissan Stadium. AND finish the weekend by watching the Tennessee State University Tigers take on the Alabama State University Hornets during the John A. Merritt Classic.
Don’t you even think about starting that oven, or turing on the stove. You work too much and you deserve to be catered. Head to one of Nashville’s many amazing restaurants and eat a meal cooked by a Nashville chef. Explore Nashville’s food scene here: visitmusiccity.com/food.
Maybe you don’t want to do something specific, but just enjoy the day relaxing. That’s completely understandable and sounds perfect. Feel free to browse through Nashville’s bountiful parks to take a break on the grass. Or sit back, relax, and enjoy some time on Nashville’s rivers and lakes. No matter what, just have fun.
Nothing better than listening to live music in Music City. Below you mind find a complete list of who’s playing on Nashville’s stages.
To find more things to do head to: visitmusiccity.com/laborday.