Normally held the third week of June, Nashville Pridefest is Tennessee's largest gay and lesbian celebration.
Founded in 2006, the Nashville Roller Girls are local all-female flat track roller derby league. This hard hitting group of skaters normally packs in the crowd at the Municipal Auditorium.
Nashville Songwriter's Festival is held the first week of June and offers Writers from all over America, Canada and elsewhere a place to gather and share their talents. The festival is open to all forms of songwriting. Event activities include three days of songwriter performances and a three day Writers Retreat.
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From April into September you can always ensure a great family day at the ball field with the Nashville Sounds.
Natchez Hills Vineyard
and Nashville Unleashed
pair their passions for wine, music, and cuisine in unprecedented fashion, offering music enthusiasts a truly unique and mesmerizing concert experience by centering it all around an up-close-and-personal weekly acoustical performance and dinner concert, known as Nashville Unleashed. It's the perfect date night!
Every Thursday night from March through October, Opry Country Classics highlights classic country music and memories through music, storytelling, and film clips of country’s all-time legends.
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Poet’s Corner at Scarritt-Bennett Center offers a monthly poetry reading on the fourth Thursday of each month . The environment is informal, and conversation between the poet and audience is encouraged. Normally held at The Front Porch at Scarritt-Bennett from 7-8 p.m, the event is Free and open to the public. Reservations are requested but not required.
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The RC Cola & Moon Pie Festival is held in June in Bell Buckle Tennessee. Celebrate one of the South's finest traditions with an RC Cola and a Moon Pie.
The Second Saturday Book Sale is monthly book sale that offers plenty of great deals on books each month. This monthly event is held at the Donelson Public Library Branch, located at 2315 Lebanon Road, on the 2nd Saturday of each month - normally from 10:00am to 2:00pm.
Several times every month, Nashville Shakespeare Festival gathers to read one of the works of William Shakespeare. Normally, the readings are held at the Nashville Public Library on the first Saturday of the month (sometimes even the 2nd too) and readings at the Brentwood Library are generally held on the third Saturday.