69. Nine Things To Do This Weekend In Music City (July 8-10)

Heads up! We’re switching it up on you. Instead of presenting you with weekend happenings on Friday, we are going to do it on Wednesdays from now. Offering you plenty of time to plan the perfect weekend. Sounds legit, right? Well, see below for some  weekend eventsNashville Restaurant, and upcoming concerts. Don’t forget to check out what will occur the following week, too!


On July 9, Barbershop Harmony Society’s A Better World Singing Day takes place throughout Nashville. Live shows will begin at 10am. There will be a 1,000 voice sing-along, at 3pm, at Music City Walk of Fame Park. Then, at 5:30pm, the GRAMMY Award winning, The Fairfield Four, will play Bridgestone Arena for free. barbershop.org

Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art is hosting a special “yarnbombing” of one of Steve Tobin’s Steelroots sculptures on July 7. During the event, you are allowed to wrap the sculpture with yarn offering a visual and colorful experience. Read more from the press release.

TailGate Beer Brewery’s summer movie series continues, on July 8, with a showing of Hook. Next up will be Princess Bride (July 15), E.T. (July 22), Raiders of the Lost Ark (July 29), Up (August 5), and Jurassic Park (August 12). See a schedule of events.

The 4th annual Red, White, & Brew occurs, on July 9, at Sevier Park featuring some of 12South’s best restaurants, beverages, live music, and more. nowplayingnashville.com

Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage: Home of the People’s President will host a special Pinot with the President offering you the chance to get a behind the scenes look at the President’s home and grounds on July 12. thehermitage.com

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The Nashville Zoo at Grassmere’s annual Red, White, & Zoo will take place on July 8. You may enjoy wine tastings from around the country while seeing the zoo at night during this unique Music City event. nashvillezoo.org

The Ryman’s annual concert series, Bluegrass Nights at The Ryman, features the best in the Bluegrass world. The next show will be Thursday featuring Greensky Bluegrass on July 7. Followed by Rhonda Vincent & The Rage on July 14, The SteelDrivers on July 21, and Ricky Skaggs on July 28. ryman.com

The Nashville Opera is hosting a special event allowing you to see and sing Disney’s Frozen, on July 10, at the Franklin Theatre. nashvilleopera.org

David Lusk Gallery’s next exhibit is Spencer/Garrett/Erb opening July 6th and lasting until the 30th. davidluskgallery.com


Jim ‘N Nick’s Br-B-Q
Jim ‘N Nick’s isn’t just a place, it’s a way of doing things. 25 years of tradition and 14 hours of slow smoke come together everyday. The bar-b-q is fueled by hickory smoke and complimented by a delicate rub and hard-to-peg sauce that doesn’t cover up the flavor of the meats, but instead enhances them. jimnnicks.com


Duran Duran w/ Chic featuring Nile Rodgers @ Ascend Amphitheater – July 6
Flat River Band @ 12th & Porter – July 7
LeAnn Rimes with the Nashville Symphony @ Schermerhorn Symphony Center – July 8
Hal Ketchum @ 3rd and Lindsley – July 8
The Steel Woods w/ Jesse Malley & The Tilt @ The Basement – July 8
The Pine Box Boys w/ Husky Burnette and Jeff Shepphard @ The Basement – July 8
Drivin N Cryin w/ Somebody’s Darling @ The Basement East – July 8
Roots Of A Rebellion @ Exit/In – July 9
Behold The Brave, Leopold and his Fiction, Smoking Flowers @ The Basement – July 9
Captain Ivory @ The Basement East – July 9
Sean McConnell @ 3rd and Lindsley – July 10
Lara Ruggles w/ Sarah Clanton, Rachel Kate, Wakeville @ The Basement – July 10


There’s your list for this weekend and see below for a couple events in the coming weeks.
Louis C.K. @ Bridgestone Arena – July 14
Nashville Rib & Jazz Festival @ Cumberland Park – July 16
An Evening with Macy Gray @ City Winery Nashville – July 16
Gary Clark Jr. @ Ascend Amphitheater – July 16
Opera on the Mountain @ Dyer University – July 16
And so much more.

Until next time!

69. Nine Things To Do This Weekend In Music City (July 8-10)

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