Mary Hance Nashville Tennessean Published 9:03 PM EDT Oct 12, 2018 There's a plethora of things to do in Music City, so we've carefully curated a list of the best events and happenings in and around Nashville. For updates pushed to your mobile device, be sure to download our free Things to Do Nashville app from the App Store or Google Play. Bookmark tennessean.com/thingstodo and follow @ThingstodoNash and Facebook.com/ThingstodoNashville. Here's what's going on Oct. 12-14: 1. Nashville Oktoberfest The 39th annual Nashville Oktoberfest is Thursday through Sunday, spanning 10 city blocks on the edge of historic Germantown next to the Bicentennial Mall. In addition to parades, crafts, German food and multiple music stages, the festival boasts "the world's longest beer slide," plus beer tasting stations and beer gardens. Don't miss annual traditions such as the Saturday parade, wiener dog races and the bratwurst eating contest. Organizers … [Read more...] about 12 Nashville things to do this weekend: Oct. 12-14
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Mary Hance Nashville Tennessean Published 9:00 AM EDT Oct 10, 2018 This looks like a wonderful weekend for cheapos, full of free or inexpensive fun for families, book lovers, beer lovers, car nuts and craft fans. Nashville Oktoberfest The 39th annual Nashville Oktoberfest is Thursday through Sunday, spanning 10 city blocks on the edge of historic Germantown next to the Bicentennial Mall. In addition to parades, crafts, German food and multiple music stages, the festival boasts "the world's longest beer slide," plus beer tasting stations and beer gardens. Don't miss annual traditions such as the Saturday parade, wiener dog races and the bratwurst eating contest. Organizers expect 300,000 attendees this year, making it one of the largest Oktoberfests in the country. Details: thenashvilleoktoberfest.com Southern Festival of Books The 30th annual Southern Festival of Books is Friday through Sunday at War Memorial … [Read more...] about Nashville free things to do: Oktoberfest, Southern Festival of Books
Nashville Tennessean Published 2:08 PM EDT Oct 1, 2018 Courtyard concerts at the Library Nashville Public Library's Courtyard Concert Series has two final concerts in October, on Tuesdays from 11:45 a.m.- to 1 p.m., in the library courtyard at 615 Church St.: Oct. 2, The Muzik Meisters; and Oct. 9, The WannaBeatles. Rain or shine. Details: library.nashville.org/courtyardconcerts Tennessee State Museum opening The new Tennessee State Museum plans to open Oct. 4, at its new location, at the corner of Rosa Parks Boulevard and Jefferson Street. Admission to the museum will be free. The 137,000 square foot museum opens from 1:30-8 p.m. Oct. 4, 10 a.m. -5 p.m. Oct. 5,6,8 and 1-5 p.m. on Oct. 7. Details: tnstatemuseum.org More: Tennessee State Museum brings history to life in new $160 million home Centennial Art Center Show Metro Parks' Centennial Art Center, 301 25th Ave. N. in Centennial Park, will open its annual "Get Cultured" exhibit … [Read more...] about Nashville October events: More than 40 free things to do
Mary Hance Nashville Tennessean Published 4:15 PM EDT Sep 21, 2018 To make the very most of the season, I have put together my annual Ms. Cheap Guide to Fall with things to do between now and Thanksgiving weekend. Everything in my guide is free. I hope it helps you to have a fabulous fall season of fun and interesting things for you, your family and friends to do on the cheap. 1. Symphony Free Day of Music The Nashville Symphony's 13th annual Free Day of Music will be Oct. 27 at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. The symphony will kick off the day with a full orchestra concert in the Laura Turner Concert Hall at 11 a.m., followed by free performances until 9 p.m. There will be 25 performers (everything from classical to rock and country) on four stages inside and outside the center. Acts include Nashville in Harmony, Nashville Salsa Machine and classical ensemble Chatterbird. In addition to music, there … [Read more...] about Events near me: Free things to do in Nashville this fall
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