"Celebrate Nashville" as Nashville's government, neighborhoods, organizations, and community groups host a nine month long series of festivities and events commemorating the 200th anniversary of Nashville's government charter.
"Celebrate Nashville" will be celebrating and highlighting, some of the things, that make Nashville unique and special. The Celebrate Nashville Campaign runs from October 1st, 2006 through July 4th, 2007 and will focus on a different theme each month.
July Theme: Fourth of July Celebration & Closing
The Great American Race 2007
As a part of its annual 4,000-mile journey across the U.S, the Lane Motor Museum will be hosting the Great American Race on Monday July 2nd.
The Museum hours for the day are 2-9pm with the Great American Activities beginning at 4 p.m. and the Classic Cars will arrive just after 5pm for approximately 2 1/2 hours.
The outdoor activities are free to the general public, with regular admission rates into the Museum.
-I Run For Music City 10K & 5k & Youth Fitness Fair
The race will begin at 7:45 a.m. at 4th & Demonbruen. The Country Music Hall of Fame will give free tours to the first 250 registered participants. All children 12 and under are free. Food & entertainment will be provided.
-First Annual Hot Chicken Festival Amateur Recipe Contest
The first annual Hot Chicken Festival will be from noon to 2 pm on Woodland Street in East Nashville at East Park.
-Music City July 4th Fireworks Spectacular
Music City definitely lives up to its name with the 4th of July Independence Day Celebration at Riverfront Park.
-Nashville's 4th of July Celebration concludes "Celebrate Nashville."