A Nashville Events Calender for the month of January that lists some of the current events and activities taking place in and around Nashville, Tennessee in January.
All Events are listed in the following order:
Annual Events-Holidays-Specials-Daily Events-Ongoing Events-Venues
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Calendar Last Updated - 1/1/2014
Take a tour through our listing of the Best & Most Well-liked Annual Events that take place in and around Nashville every year in the month of January.
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Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Nashville usually lasts almost two weeks and is full of related Martin Luther King, Jr. Day events. They range from a Celebration March to a night out at the Symphony.
NBN January Meeting: Better Birth Choices January 2, 2014 7 pm til 8:3o pm The Nesting Place 605 Berry Road Nashville, TN 37204 This is a free meeting open to the public. Come learn about how you can make your birth better.
Monster Jam starring the biggest performers on four wheels: Monster Jam trucks! The twelve-feet-tall, ten-thousand-pound machines will bring you to your feet, racing and ripping up a custom-designed track full of obstacles to soar over - OR smash through.
Bring the whole family to the Harlem Globetrotters brand new "Fans Rule" show and get 25% off tickets. America's favorite family show is coming to Nashville Municipal Auditorium when the Harlem Globetrotters take fan participation to the extreme by letting fans decide which NEW Globetrotter rule they'll add to the game like 6 on 5 or the Trick Shot Challenge! Experience hours of fun for kids, grandparents and everyone in between.
Big, bold and breathtaking, Mahler’s Seventh Symphony is part of the Austrian composer’s quest to capture the full scope of human experience in music. Powerful and dramatic, the piece moves from struggle to triumph, with a glittering array of sounds throughout. From the opening horn call to the blazing finale, this is music that takes you on an incredible journey, with vivid sounds ranging from cowbells and birdcalls to the plucking of guitar and mandolin.
Travis Tritt & Friends Acoustic Live Performance DVD Shoot Monday & Tuesday, January 13 & 14 The highly abbreviated Tritt timeline has the young Georgian incorporating lifelong influences in Southern Rock, blues and gospel into his country during a honky-tonk apprenticeship that led him to Warner Bros. His 1990 debut Country Club and its succession of hits put him in the vanguard of the genre's early '90s boom. At the same time, his conspicuous lack of a cowboy hat and musical aggressiveness set him apart. The next eight albums and scores of hit singles led him to amass more than 25 million in career album sales, two Grammys, three CMA Awards and a devoted fan base that filled venues coast-to-coast.
One of America’s greatest songstresses will bring her gorgeous voice and her incomparable blend of soul, jazz, pop and folk to the Nashville Symphony. With her unforgettable run of hits, including “The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face,” “Killing Me Softly With His Song,” “Tonight I Celebrate My Love” and many more, Flack remains unparalleled in her ability to tell a story through music, sharing insights into our lives and loves.
In a magical kingdom fathoms below, the beautiful young mermaid Ariel longs to leave her ocean home to live in the world above. But first, she'll have to defy her father King Triton, make a deal with the evil sea witch Ursula, and convince Prince Eric that she's the girl with the enchanting voice. Adapted from Disney's 2008 Broadway production, Disney's THE LITTLE MERMAID JR. features the hit songs "Part of Your World," "She's in Love," and the Oscar-winning "Under the Sea." This is performed by two different age groups. Group M is 10-13 year olds and Group F is 7-9 year olds. One Act.
Nashville Zoo is hosting an open house for prospective docents on Saturday, Jan. 11 from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. in the Zoo’s Croft Center. Docents are a dedicated group of specially trained volunteers committed to educating the public about the Zoo’s animals as well as conservation and wildlife issues. A docent’s primary focus is interacting with and educating Zoo visitors through the use of live animals, biofacts and other educational tools. Docents must volunteer a minimum of 70 hours each year, attend four of the six training classes that begin Feb. 8 and pay a one-time fee of $70 for uniform and training materials. Interested parties should contact Chris Radek, manager of onsite interpretation, at 615-833-1534 ext. 146 or email@example.com. Docent applications are available at nashvillezoo.org/volunteer/docents.