Summer is here չկա There is no shortage of things to do in Nashville.
In addition to all the concerts expected this summer, there will be a big event in Central Tennessee on July 4, the return of CMA Fest և Bonneru, as it always's the colorful Tomato Fest.
Whether you enjoy the outdoors or the scorching heat of the summer, here is a list of summer vacations, events and destinations.
Nashville Pasta և Cheese Festival (June 4)
Pastafines. Located in First Horizon Park. Tickets are available at the door or on Eventbrite.com.
In addition to several cheeses, guests can enjoy a variety of beers, wines and cedars. There will be live performances and other entertainment. Members will be able to vote for Nashville's best pasta: cheese.
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Sip TN Nashville Wine Fest (June 4)
Tennessee distilleries focus on the Amcuy Station event. Tickets are available at SipTN.com/nashville.
Guests can try wine from the Tennessee Winery. You can buy food: food.
Franklin Pride (June 4)
An event in honor of the LGBTQIA community in Franklin. Located in the garden of Harlinsdale Farm. Tickets are not required.
The event will include live music, weight shows, food trucks, youth area, etc.
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Ashland Summer Festival (June 7-11)
Ashland City Community Four Day Celebration. Located in Riverbluff Park. Tickets are not required.
A great event for families of all ages, Summerfest includes live music, carnival games, food vendors, fireworks and more.
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CMA Fest (June 9-12)
Celebration և Recognition of achievements in country music. In different places. Tickets are available at CMAFest.com.
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As the oldest country music festival in the world, CMA Fest gives fans the opportunity to participate in various events that emphasize and respect the country's musical traditions. Fans can meet, greet artists, attend concerts, walks, games, etc. All proceeds go to the CMA Foundation, which aims to provide quality music education for the next generation.
American Craft Festival (June 17-19)
3 3-day craft festival from all over America. Centennial Park is located in Bandschel. Tickets are not required.
Participants will be able to enjoy crafts, food bowls, handmade drinks and live music. The event will also include a Nashville-style concert. Children can enjoy the free creative space.
Munpi Festival (June 18)
Event dedicated to the importance of the month. Located in Belle Buckle, Tennessee. Tickets are not required.
Participants will be able to participate in various events on the theme of monthly cakes. Events include a parade, 5 և 10 mile race, live music և competitions.
Music City Freedom Festival (June 18-19)
during a two-day event on June 1. Located in Hadley Park. Tickets are not required.
This annual event will include food trucks, inflatable boats, local vendors, live music և games.
Hendersonville Main Street Entrance Festival (June 18)
Live music festival for all ages. Hazel Path is located in a business park. Tickets are not required.
In addition to music, visitors can enjoy food and shopping.
Tennessee Tiny House Festival (June 18-19)
This two-day event includes many small cottages. Located in Nashville. Tickets are available at UnitedTinyHouse.com/tickets.
The event includes music, seminars, presentations by small household pioneers, children's activities, etc.
Nashville Pride (June 25-26)
A two-day event in honor of the LGBT community in Nashville. Located in the 200-year-old Capitol Mall. Tickets are available at NashvillePride.org.
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Nashville Pride, Tennessee's largest LGBTQIA community, allows members of this community and its affiliates to come together on a busy weekend. Guests can take part in the parade, which starts at 10:00 am on Broadway at 8th Avenue. Additional activities include market vendors, food trucks, industrial facilities, and a variety of artist entertainment. There will also be a children տարածք family area, including face painting, carnival games և other events.
Hot Chicken Music City Festival (July 4)
An event that brings together local musicians and hot chickens. Located in East Park. Tickets are not required.
Visitors can taste hot chicken from many local establishments. There will also be a fire truck, a parade of local vendors, and an amateur cooking contest. All proceeds go to friends Shelby Park և Botoms.
Watertown Jazz Festival (July 16)
Jazz music event. Located in historic Watertown Square. Tickets are not required.
Members can enjoy food և shopping while enjoying jazz music.
Jefferson Street Jazz and Blues Festival (July 23)
An event that celebrates the life and heritage of Jefferson Street with jazz, blues, rhythm and blues. Located at Fish University. Tickets are available at Eventbrite.com.
The event celebrates the musical history of Jefferson Street. In addition to music, visitors can enjoy music և shopping in North Nashville. Proceeds from ticket sales go to Jefferson Street United Commercial Partnership (JUMP), an organization dedicated to the economic development and revival of North Nashville.
Williamson County Fair (August 5-13)
Franklin County Annual Fair. Located in Williamson County AG Exhibition Park. Tickets are available at the door or at WilliamsonCountyFair.org.
In addition to the attractions of the fair, guests will find fireworks, pig shows, cultural և art exhibitions և much more.
Tomato Art Festival (August 12-13)
Tomato Art Festival. Located in five locations in East Nashville. Tickets are not required.
Participants can enjoy a tomato art show, parade, house design contest, etc. There will be tomato dishes and live music for people of all ages.
Wilson County Fair (August 18-27)
Tennessee's largest neighborhood show. Located in the James E. Ward Agricultural Center. Tickets are available at the entrance or at WilsonCountyFair.net.
In addition to the attractions of the fair, guests can take part in egg contests, competitions, corn tournaments and much more.
This article was originally published on the Nashville Tennessee website. What to do in Nashville this summer? Guide to the 2022 average TN events.