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Family friend movie series that includes sponsors and food vendors.
Family friendly and free summertime concert series. Live music starts at 7pm. For more information visit: http://www.nashville.gov/Parks-and-Recreation/Cultural-Arts/Music/Free-Summer-Concerts.aspx
Talent show for high school students.
Musicians Corner hosts a series of events featuring Kidsville, Dogville, the MC Pub, food trucks, local vendors, and free concerts. For more information please visit www.musicianscornernashville.com.
Spend your Saturday nights this summer dancing and listening to live big band music played by some of Nashville's finest musicians. Free dance lessons are at 7:00pm and 7:30pm.
Free community concert by the Nashville Symphony.
Free family friendly concerts at the Centennial Park Event Shelter every 2nd and 4th Wednesday at lunch.
Most Metro Government offices closed.
Created in 2007, the annual Music City Hot Chicken Festival brings together the local community and visitors to celebrate the uniquely-Nashville dish, Hot Chicken. The free event is held on the 4th of July in East Park each year.
This is a free kids event featuring music and other types of family friendly performances.
Free, family friendly jazz concert at Cumberland Park.
Family friendly music series.
This event is a community day to bring together all surrounding areas of Nashville to give students free back packs, school supplies, food, entertainment, as well as free hearing and health screenings before going back to school.
Annual national event to connect communities with local law enforcement as well as public outreach resources to reduce crime and instill safety.
A music festival with Celebrate Nashville.
For more information visit www.kidsvilleonline.org.
The Festival's mission is to provide a free event that encourages cross-cultural understanding and awareness for the Nashville community through music, food, song and dance, children's activities, and educational exhibits.
A gathering of local families to honor and remember their babies lost during pregnancy and young infancy.
For more information visit www.centennialcraftfest.com.
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