Winter is almost over and the smell and freshness of Spring
6 Things to do in Nashville this Spring (in no particular order)
- Cheekwood in Bloom Festival
Starting March 9th until April 7th, you can visit the Cheekwood Estate and Gardens to see how more than 150,000 flowers bloom, including tulips, snowdrops, daffodils, and plenty others. The event features a variety of programs for adult, children, and family entertainment.
- 2019 NFL Draft
The 84th annual meeting of the National Football League will be held from April 25th to the 27th in Nashville. If you’re a sports fan, this is the perfect occasion to participate in one of the biggest sports events in the history of Tennessee.
- Attend the Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival
One of Music City’s most iconic festivals, the Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival will take place March 26 to the 30th this year. It is one of the world’s largest gathering for singers and songwriters and it includes over 90 shows across various venues in the city.
- SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament
This year, the Nashville and Bridgestone Arena will host the 2019 Southeastern Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament. The winner will get an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. The tournament will take place from March 13th to the 17th.
- Nashville Fashion Week
Nashville began hosting Fashion Weeks in 2010. This year, Nashville Fashion Week will take place from April 2nd to the 6th. The five-day event is full of industry panels, runways shows
andparties. It features local, regional, and national designers
- East Nashville Festival Beer
What better way to welcome the Spring than by getting together with friends or coworkers to enjoy a nice cold beer outside during a sunny Spring day. The East Nashville Beer Festival is a beer lover’s paradise; it features over 40 local, regional, and national craft breweries. There’s something for everyone; there’s also live music, vendors, and food trucks.
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