Nashville, also known as the Music City, blossoms into a world-renowned city. As flowers begin blossoming, and the sounds of music fill the air, the events get better and better in the Music City. Is near impossible to list six spring events in Nashville that you should not miss. There are just so many of them and luckily, many of them, are free to attend.
- Your quest for inspiration can be satiated at the Andrew Jackson Hall on the 16th and 17th of March. TEDxNashville will bring in leaders from multiple disciplines including science, technology, art, design, entertainment, government, education, healthcare and public policy among others to share their ideas and how initiatives can usher the social change we all desire.
- Politically inclined and anyone trying to make a difference should attend Women’s Day on the Hill, on March 14th. Organized by various women’s organizations, the event starts with breakfast, followed by a meet and greet with legislators, leading up to a luncheon with Tarana Burke, all the while contemplating upon policies pertaining to women empowerment and different related issues.
- There are many ways to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on the 17th of March. The Main Street Brewfest is possibly going to be the liveliest party in Nashville on Saturday. Whether you love beer or food trucks, live entertainment or shopping, the annual event will not disappoint you.
- The other major events through St. Patrick’s Day weekend are Irish Fest, Cheekwood in Bloom and the marathons. You can attend one or all three. Each has its own draws and if you are opting for our limo service in Nashville then you can plan a whole day out to explore as many events as you like.
- Spring in Music City cannot be complete without Oyster Easter or Eggstravaganzoo but it is the series of concerts that enthrall most people. Attend Tin Pan South in April. Before that you can catch Mahler’s Fifth, Human Nature, Tony Bennett, Composers of Hope, Mat Kearney, Keith Sweat, Matt and Kim, Demi Lovato, Lea Salonga and Megan Hilty. Post the Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival you can catch Brad Paisley, Nick Cave, The Decemberists and Lorde among many others.
- Check out the Rolling Stones Exhibit, beginning March 29th. The exhibition ‘highlights the extraordinary career of one of the greatest rock’ n’ roll bands in history.’ Nashville is the final stop in the Rolling Stones Exhibit’s U.S. tour and the exhibition is proudly presented and delivered by DHL. This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience that tells the story of the most influential rock band in the world. You don’t want to miss this event!
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