The Annual Let Freedom Sing! A Musical Tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is usually held annually at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center along with the Nashville Symphony. Let Freedom Ring is nearly 20 years old and is always booked solid. This one-night-only event, being held on Sunday, January 20th, is free and offers plenty of performances, as they say "to remind us all of the inherent value of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness."
The Frist Center for the Visual Arts is offering FREE admission on Saturday, February 9th to guests all day long! On display will be their newest exhibit - “Rembrandt and the Dutch Golden Age: Highlights from the Detroit Institute of Arts which Features more than 70 paintings by Dutch masters, this exhibit was selected from the Detroit Institute of Arts’ Dutch art collection, one of the finest outside of the Netherlands. Other displays during the Free Day include: “German Expressionism from the Detroit Institute of Arts, Camille Utterback: Tracing Time/Marking Movement and Young Tennessee Artists Exhibits
Regions Free Day in March will be with the Nashville Children’s Theatre and includes a free performance of “The Wind in the Willows”. Tickets are normally available to the first 500 to order due to the size of the auditorium. Limit of 4 per order.
Enjoy a day of discovery and creativity, filled with art activities, live music, and exciting demonstrations. Bring your family and friends to the Frist Center to share in a day filled with art and imagination during their Free Family Festival Day. - Sunday, April 21 Free from 1:00-5:00 p.m.
Regions Free Day at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center will feature a complimentary performance of Erth's "Dinosaur Petting Zoo" beginning 6pm at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center on May 7th. Audiences will have the opportunity to observe, feed, water and care for the recreations of baby dinosaurs and teeth-gnashing giants in a petting zoo atmosphere. Erth is an Australian company specializing in unique and larger-than-life puppetry, inflatable environments, and visual experiences.
"Regions Free Days with the Symphony" is celebrated with the Nashville Symphony Community Concerts held throughout the month at local parks throughout Nashville and Middle Tennessee.
Thursday, June 6th, at East Park
Friday, June 7, at Bicentennial Mall
Sunday, June 9, at Crockett Park, Brentwood
Tuesday, June 11, at Cumberland University, Lebanon
June 12, at Key Park, Lafayette
June 18, at Centennial Park
Saturday, June 29, in Glasgow, Ky.
"WAMB and Regions Free Days of Big Band" is celebrated every Saturday evening Dance the night away at in July Centennial Park in Nashville.
7/13/13 The Jazz Alliance Waltz
7/20/13 Debbi Bailes & her Band Tango
7/27/13 5 Points Swing Cha Cha
WAMB and Regions Free Days of Big Bands is celebrated every Saturday evening in August. Dance the night away at Centennial Park in Nashville.
8/3/13 The Bill Sleeter Band Foxtrot
8/10/13 The Merchants of Cool Swing
8/17/13 The Jerry Vinett Big Band Waltz
8/24/13 The Moonlighters Rumba
Last Minute: 8/8 Free Day at Southern Living 2013 Idea House
Regions Bank is hosting its September Free Day at Nashville's Adventure Science Center, inviting Middle Tennessee children to explore their creativity at the 2013 Nashville Mini Maker Faire. On Sept. 21, the first 1,000 children aged 2-18 to attend the Faire will also be admitted inside the Science Center at no charge.
Free parking will be available at Greer Stadium, with shuttle service to the event. In addition, adults will receive a $6 discount on admission to the Adventure Science Center. Tickets may be purchased at the Science Center the day of the faire, beginning at 10 a.m.
Regions Bank is hosting its October Free Day at The Hermitage, inviting families throughout Middle Tennessee to put on their best costumes and attend the 13th Annual Hauntings at the Hermitage on Saturday, Oct. 26. This community event brings together families to celebrate the Halloween season with ghost stories, a haunted hay ride through the Hermitage fields and old barn, fun Halloween themed movies at the outdoor movie theatre and hours of music, food, games and activities for children. Beginning on Oct. 1, the Hermitage will give away 450 tickets, courtesy of Regions Bank. This year’s Hauntings at the Hermitage will feature a Presidential Trick-or-Treat Trail featuring Andrew & Rachel Jackson, Abraham Lincoln, Dolley Madison and more. Free tickets will be offered for the Saturday event only, and will be available online while supplies last. - Saturday, October 26, 5:30 p.m.