It’s a fine weekend in Nashville. Beautiful crisp fall weather and lots of things to do. Here are our top picks for the weekend:
Edgehill Village Artisan Fair. Saturday, October 22 in Edgehill Village, 10am-5pm, free. 50+ vendors and lots of festivities make this the perfect event to hit up on a crisp fall day. Read more here.
Grizzlies Red Dress Rampage. Saturday, October 22 at Belcourt Theatre, 12pm, $40. Ladies (and especially gents), put on your best red dresses and head to the Belcourt, where your $40 registration fee gets you a Yazoo beer at each of the five stops along this different sort of pub crawl/fun run. Stops at the Belcourt, ChaChah, PM, 12 South Taproom and Cabana. Registration starts at 10:30am.
Ghost Story Festival & Haunted Museum. Saturday, October 22 at Tennessee State Museum from 12-4pm, free. Follow a “ghost trail” through the Tennessee State Museum at this free annual event. Prizes, crafts, refreshments and spooky history.
The Big Nashty. Saturday, October 22 at 550 South Tunnel Road in Gallatin, TN. 12pm-3am Sunday, $20. Who doesn’t like a scrappy startup music festival? Two stages, lots of local music until the wee hours of the night, food trucks and more. Camping is encouraged, and we’re not sure why since it’s only one day. But hey!
Music City Walk of Fame Induction Ceremony. Saturday, October 22 at Walk of Fame Park, 1pm, free. Peter Frampton will be the newest star on the walk, and the ceremony is free and open to the public.
Musician’s Corner. Saturday, October 22 at Centennial Park, 3-5pm, free. Musician’s Corner is quickly winding to a close, with only three weeks left before they pack it in for the year. This week’s lineup features Matt Giraud, Daniel Ellsworth & The Great Lakes, Coal Train Railroad, Heather Bond Trio, Felicia Barton, Micah Dalton and Melissa Fuller.
A School Uni-Formal. Saturday, October 22 at Old Made Good (1304 McGavock Pike), 8-10pm, suggested $10 donation. An “old school” party at Old Made Good benefitting a fine cause – the THRIVE Youth Development Program. Free beer and snacks, a raffle and a costume contest (dress as your best jock, nerd, lunch lady, or band geek to participate). C’mon… it’s for the kids.
Grassy Knoll Movie Night & Neighborhood Fall Festival. Sunday, October 23 in the side lot beside Bongo Java East, 4-6pm festival, sundown movie, $5. The star of the final Grassy Knoll Movie Night is Poltergeist, and there will be a neighborhood fall festival before the film. Read more here!
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