The new year is finally here! Let the month of new year’s resolutions, bone-chilling weather, and insane electric bills, begin! Hot Chicken Week is back, as are other local favorites such as Progressive’s Nashville Boat Show and Monster Jam. New events are also popping up so make sure to mark your calendars and prepare yourself for a whole lot of fun! Continue reading →
The most magical month of the year is here! Let the time of gift-giving, Christmas decorating, and shopping til you drop begin! Holiday LIGHTS is back, as are other local favorites such as the Frosty Fun Run and A Dickens of a Christmas Festival. New festivals and events are also popping up so make sure to mark your calendars and prepare yourself for a whole lot of fun! Continue reading →
In a town like Nashville and an area like Middle Tennessee, the toughest thing about any holiday is deciding what to do. Add on no work, no school, sunny skies and one of the most festive areas of the country? You’ve got a dilemma on your hands. Luckily, this falls into the category of “no wrong answer” – and no matter what you chose, you’ll be beaming with not just American pride, but Middle Tennessee pride before the fifth of July even gets close. Continue reading →
With Thanksgiving just days away, homeowners can never be short of tips and helpful suggestions for those little setbacks that come with travel or hosting for the holiday. One of the easiest ways to make sure all cheerful efforts go according to plan is to sit down and make up a schedule for the event, according to the Huffington Post. Ensuring all relatives know when to get there is one thing, but hosts also need to ensure they know when to start their food preparation, put out the dishes, and so on, to make sure nothing gets derailed.
November is a great time to enjoy time with your family and friends, eat a great meal or two (or more!), and gear up for the holiday season. There’s a lot going on this November to keep you busy, but many events have the wonderful opportunity of also letting you give back to your community. Take some time this month to reflect on what you’re grateful for and give back when you can! Continue reading →
September. It’s one of a lot of Middle Tennessean’s favorite months. The air is beginning to show signs of cooling, college football has started back up, and there’s a lot to see and do around town. Whether you’re interested in some food related fun, one of the best music festivals in Tennessee, or are eager for a throwback, we’ve got some great event ideas for you to fill your September calendar!
Whether you’re looking for ideas for your 25th anniversary or trying to decide where to take someone on a first date, the following list of suggestions is sure to spark some romantic inspiration in just about anyone.
The craft beer scene in Nashville is one of the best in the region with new breweries opening all the time. Each neighborhood has its own brewery that has staked a claim to the territory, and each offers up a little something different. No matter what atmosphere you like or your beer preference, there is bound to be a brewery that fits your style within just a few miles of home.
The summer is winding down and the kids will be heading back to school before you know it. Make the most of the next few weekends with one of our event suggestions this August! From fairs to festivals and concerts to theatrical performances, there’s something going on in Middle Tennessee that everyone can enjoy! Read More
For those that are newer Nashville residents, or normally travel over the Fourth, here’s a public service announcement: Nashville does not mess around with the Fourth of July. Rumor has it, the fireworks display is the largest in the country. Other sources say we are second only to New York City’s display. Whatever the ranking may be, we can tell you Nashville takes the holiday seriously, and so should you… and by serious, we mean plan ahead to get the maximum out of your day! Read More