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A wet weekday or showery Saturday may be tempting for lounging on the couch but if cabin fever has set in, get out and explore — from arts and culture to dining and drinking, check out this long list of things to do on a rainy day in Nashville.
Rain calls for the chance to see Nashville’s best museums and art galleries.
Find smaller, local venues that host up-and-coming or independent musicians.
Tickets are likely cheap, and when the band blows up, you'll be able to say you know it when.
Nashville Symphony Summer Community Concert series is a perennial favorite, with seven outdoor concerts set for 2017 at various midstate parks in June. Gallatin's Third Thursdays on Main is a series of outdoor concerts held monthly June through September on the Historic Public Square. The 60-member Williamson County Community Band and the Nashville Community Concert Band have a number of free concerts indoors and outdoors. For the Nashville Community Band lineup, call 615-352-7713 or see Members bring telescopes or you can bring your own to explore the night sky. Almost every nonprofit has some activities, but the best source for volunteering is Hands On Nashville, which has a calendar full of good options for all ages and interests. Watch the Titans open practices and get some autographs in late July and early August at Saint Thomas Sports Park, 45 Great Circle Road in Metro Center. Enjoy spring college football games -- Vanderbilt's Black and Gold, TSU's Blue and White and MTSU's Blue and White game, all free.61.
These concerts draw thousands of picnickers and music lovers who enjoy a night out at the concerts. Smyrna Parks and Recreation has monthly summer Cruise-Ins with classic cars, live music, food and inflatables. Society amateur and professional astronomers are on hand to answer questions and help new star gazers. Vanderbilt's Dyer Observatory, 1000 Oman Drive, Brentwood, has "Open House Days" 9 a.m.-noon the first Tuesday of each month. "Shakespeare Allowed," a partnership between the Nashville Shakespeare Festival and the Nashville Public Library, takes place at noon on the first Saturday of every month for a reading of one play. Vanderbilt also has two annual Dore Jam fan events, one before the football season kicks off and one at the beginning of basketball season, when fans can meet the coaches and players, and enjoy some fun activities. All Belmont Bruin baseball games are free ( 615-460-6420), as are the Trevecca Nazarene Trojan games ( 615-248-1271).
(prices vary and do not include applicable taxes, price listed is for our best room) May not be combined with any additional discounts.CMA Music Festival hits Nashville every June, and there are four days (June 8-11) of great free music and activities, featuring artists performing free at venues all over downtown in addition to the ticketed events at Music City Center and Nissan Stadium. The New Year’s Eve musical extravaganza with big-name artists like Keith Urban is known as the Jack Daniel's Music City Midnight: New Year's Eve in Nashville, and takes place at the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park. Several Middle Tennessee wineries offer free outdoor concerts to bring a picnic, buy a bottle (or not) and enjoy live music. Sumner Crest Winery in Portland has concerts May through October. Beachaven Winery in Clarksville holds Jazz on the Lawn concerts on some Saturday nights May through October. Murfreesboro's Friday Night Live concert series runs June through September on the historic downtown square. Crockett Park in Brentwood has a popular series of summer Sunday concerts at the Eddy Arnold Amphitheater, including The Answer Band on June 4, Nashville Symphony on June 11, and the Wanna Beatles on June 25. Be a part of Trinity Music City's live studio audience at several "Praise" concerts through the year and monthly "JUICE LIVE Nashville" concerts. Metro Nashville's "Live on the Green" mini-music festival series runs Thursdays in August and September at Public Square Park. Nashville Public Library's Courtyard Concerts offer lunchtime music on Tuesdays in late summer and early fall at the main library, 615 Church St. Churches of all denominations all over the Midstate are great sources of wonderful free music. Cheap's Guide to the Holidays" in late November for a full calendar including Merry Tuba Christmas, Nashville Unlimited Christmas concert, Messiah Singalong and lots of other church and community musical offerings. Nashville Shakespeare Festival's annual Shakespeare in the Park takes place at Centennial Park on weekends in mid-August through mid-September and in Academy Park in Franklin Sept. Admission is free, but a donation is suggested. African American Cultural Alliance's annual three-day African Street Festival takes place in Hadley Park in September with music (gospel, reggae, jazz, blues, African drumming and R&B), street dance,ethnic cuisine, international block party, bike repair station and children's activities. Buchanan Log House Folk Festival in mid-September at 2910 Elm Hill Pike, is an early 19th-century celebration with an encampment, period costumes and demonstrations such as candle making, spinning, quilting, soap making, wood carving, basket weaving, dulcimer building, live music and old-time children's activities. Tennessee Craft Fair, with more than 200 fine arts craftspeople comes to Centennial Park twice a year, in May and September. The fall Celebrate Nashville Cultural Festival at Centennial Park showcases more than 60 music and dance performances on multiple stages and includes a marketplace with handcrafted and imported items, more than 50 food vendors, interactive children's area, an area just for teens and the Global Village, where you can experience the traditional music, languages, food, colorful clothing, decorations and traditions of the cultures that are right here in Nashville. Granville is a beautiful riverboat community near the Jackson/Smith County line. The annual Gallatin Main Street Festival is in early October with two music stages, children's area and crafts. The Metro library system also has nearly 150,000 DVDs that you can check out as well as movies to stream online. The zoo usually also has a free day for seniors (65-plus) once or twice a year, and a free afternoon for kids during the Week of the Young Child. Check out one of our Midstate farmers' markets, many of which are adding programming. Many, including Tootsie's Orchid Lounge and Robert's Western World, never have a cover charge and have live music night and day. almost every Saturday, with free admission and at least two artists performing at the Texas Troubadour Theatre, 2416 Music Valley Drive.Other notable options to add to your list include David Lusk Gallery, Le Quire Gallery, Bennett Galleries and OZ Arts Nashville.Whether you’ve lived here forever or are new to town, a few of the places that may seem like tourist destinations really do deserve a visit from locals, as well. For the true music aficionado, definitely line up a tour of the “Mother Church of Country Music,” more commonly known as The Ryman.