326. Edgehill Rocks

Show your love for the Edgehill neighborhood and stop by Edgehill Rocks, taking place in Edgehill Village on April 1 from 10am to 4pm. This annual one-day FREE event features outdoor music, art, food, and local vendors, all benefitting Organized Neighbors of Edgehill (ONE). ONE is a not-for-profit group working for over 45 years to assist the people of Edgehill Neighborhood. So come, grab a lobster roll from Cousins Maine Lobster or a sandwich from Grilled Cheeserie, listen to some music, shop around, and support the unique neighborhood that is Edgehill.

Find more at: edgehillrocks.com.

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326. Edgehill Rocks

325. Fifteen Things To Do This Week In Nashville – March 29-April 5

Hump DAY! Take a break and plan the perfect upcoming week in Music City. See below for the upcoming events, a Nashville restaurant, and upcoming concerts. Don’t forget to look at what will occur the following week in Music City


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Tin Pan South, the world’s largest songwriter festival, has begun and will last until April 1st. The event features 360 songwriters at 92 shows in 10 different Music City venues. Some of this year’s songwriters include Aaron Barker, Charles Esten, Clare Bowen, and Josh Thompson. visitmusiccity.com/tinpansouth

Awesome April begins this weekend! The entire month of April is packed with amazing concerts, art exhibits and events, standup comedy, sports, family fun, and so much more. Nashville Fashion Week, Tin Pan South, Wild West Comedy Festival, St. Jude Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon & 1/2 Marathon, Nashville Film Festival, and Rites of Spring are just some of the major happenings during Awesome April. Visit visitmusiccity.com/awesomeapril for more.

The Southern Women’s Show Nashville takes place at the Music City Center March 30-April 2. You may experience four days of shopping, fashion shows, celebrity appearances, pampering, and more. southernshows.com

Ruth’s Chris Steak House will host An Evening with Jack Daniel’s on March 31. The night will include a formal tasting, then a cocktail party with hors d’oeuvres and live music. ruthschris.com

The Easter Bunny has arrived at Opry Mills. Families can stop by from now until April 15th to take pictures. simon.com

The Nashville Predators Foundation will host a special Wine Festival on March 31. Over 200 high-end wines, beers, and spirits will be available for tasting. Plus, a silent auction featuring more than 200 items. nhl.com

From March 31st to April 2nd, the Franklin Theatre will host the Nashville Elvis Festival. The event features celebrity appearances, live music events, and on-stage interviews with Elvis’ friends and band members. franklintheatre.com

The American Cancer Society is having their RelayLIVE music festival, on April 1, at Centennial Park. Some of the performers include Mandy McMillan, Tony Winkler, and Tyler Jordan. relay.live

You can experience the music, food, and art of one Nashville’s unique communities during the Edgehill Rocks on April 1. edgehillrocks.com

From April 3rd to the 9th, Fisk University will celebrate their Spring Arts Festival. Concerts, special screenings, art exhibit openings, and more will take place for you to enjoy. fisk.edu

You may enjoy the tastes and traditions of Southern France & Provence during the Parthenon’s next Sip & Savor on March 29. theconservancy.bigcartel.com

On March 30, Wayne Brezinka’s Rhythm & Glue exhibit will come down at the Nashville Visitor Center located inside Bridgestone Arena. Go see it before it is too late. waynebrezinka.com

Nashville Repertory Theatre’s next production will be A Raisin in the Sun starring Eddie George and happening at TPAC from now until April 22nd. nashvillerep.org

Step inside Music City’s art world with First Saturday Art Crawl. The first Saturday of every month, 6-9pm, art galleries around Nashville offer free admission to view their latest exhibits. visitmusiccity.com/saturdayartcrawl

Art enthusiasts will love to take part in Arts & Music at Wedgewood/Houston. The event takes place every first Saturday of every month featuring a ton of galleries that display new groundbreaking art plus live music. visitmusiccity.com/saturdayartcrawl

Under the Streetlamp will occur at TPAC on April 2. The performance includes classic hits from the American radio songbook. tpac.org


This neighborhood bistro serves authentic Lebanese food bursting with dimension and spice. The freshness of the Tabouleh will give you cravings for more. For entrées that will surprise you with the intensity of flavor, try the Sayadeya, fish with caramelized onions and rice, or Fassoulya, lamb shank with white bean cassoulet. epicenashville.com


Tin Pan South @ Throughout Nashville – March 28-April 1
The Rides @ Ryman Auditorium – March 29
The Cash Legacy: A Tribute to the Man in Black @ Ryman Auditorium – March 31-April 1
Guerreri Conducts Bernstein @ Schermerhorn Symphony Center – March 31-April 1
Brahms v. Radiohead: A Symphonic Mash-Up Experience @ Schermerhorn Symphony Center – April 2
Jammin’ to Beat the Blues ft. Ricky Skaggs @ Ryman Auditorium – April 4
Maren Morris @ Cannery Ballroom – April 4-5
Thursday, Touche Amore, Basement @ Marathon Music Works – April 5
Gladys Knight In Concert @ Schermerhorn Symphony Center – April 5


See below for a couple events in the coming weeks.
Fisk University’s 88th Annual Spring Arts Festival @ Fisk University – April 3-9
Nashville Fashion Week @ Throughout Nashville – April 4-8
World War I Comes to Belle Meade @ Belle Meade Plantation – April 6
Spider Monkey Exhibit Opening @ Nashville Zoo at Grassmere – April 6
Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival @ Public Square Park – April 8
7th Annual Nashville Outdoor Recreation Festival & Expo @ Bells Bend Park – April 8
And so much more.

325. Fifteen Things To Do This Week In Nashville – March 29-April 5

324. Nashville Elvis Festival

The King, Elvis Presley, will be honored and celebrated this weekend, March 23-April 2, during the Nashville Elvis Festival at the Historic Franklin Theatre. Over the course of four days, you can enjoy celebrity appearances, live music, and interviews with Elvis Presley’s friends and band members. One of the really cool parts is the Elvis Tribute Artist Contest ft. some of the best impersonators around. Should be a fantastic time and we hope you can join the fun.

For a full schedule and to purchase tickets – click here.

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324. Nashville Elvis Festival

323. Another Epic Sunday Funday

In case you didn’t read our post from Friday, we will be heading to Ryman Auditorium for their FREE Community Day for all Tennesseans today. To gain admission you do have to present a valid ID from Tennessee. Please don’t be discouraged if you are not a resident. They will have free live music playing throughout the day to enjoy and it’s always a good time at the history Ryman Auditorium. Come join the fun.

Find out what else you can experience at: ryman.com.


323. Another Epic Sunday Funday

321. Ryman Community Day – March 26

Calling all Tennesseans! Ryman Auditorium is hosting a FREE, as in you don’t have to pay, Community Day on March 26. All you have to do is present your Tennessee ID to receive a self-guided tour of Ryman Auditorium for FREE. Also, you receive a 20% discount on all Ryman merch in their gift store. OH! And you can buy one entree in Cafe Lula and receive a second for $1.25. AND enjoy free concerts on the Ryman plaza presented by 650 WSM-AM. There’s so much fun to be had. Join them.

For more information head to: ryman.com.


321. Ryman Community Day – March 26

320. Patio Dining in Nashville

It’s spring, which means it’s officially patio weather, right? This weekend, get out and enjoy the outdoors. Start your day with a hike at Percy Warner, Radnor Lake, or if you are feeling really aggressive: try running the stairs at the Belle Meade entrance to Percy Warner. After all that exercise, it’ll be time to kick back and relax. Choose any one of Nashville’s great neighborhoods to do some more exploring, shopping, and people-watching. Next, check out one of Music City’s best patios for a meal under the sun. Enjoy the nice Nashville air, share some laughs with friends, and take in a beautiful Music City sunset. Sounds like a pretty perfect day to us, enjoy!  

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320. Patio Dining in Nashville