Spring is finally here, and Music City is ready to embrace the season with a multitude of exciting events and activities that are sure to keep you entertained throughout your stay. From blooming gardens and cherry blossoms to music festivals and cultural celebrations, there is something for everyone in Nashville this spring.
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Tin Pan South
Tin Pan South is an annual festival in Music City that celebrates songwriters and their craft. Over the course of five days, hundreds of songwriters and acts perform shows at different venues throughout the city, offering fans a unique and personal experience with the music they love. This year’s festival runs until April 1st.
Cheekwood in Bloom
Cheekwood Estate & Gardens is hosting its annual Cheekwood in Bloom event, where visitors can enjoy the sight of over 250,000 blooming bulbs on the 55-acre estate. The event features fun family activities and runs until April 9th.
Libations and Culinary Creations
Belle Meade Historic Site & Winery is hosting an event called Libations and Culinary Creations, which celebrates extraordinary wine, creative cocktails, and Southern cuisine. The evening features a cocktail theater, a four-course chef-inspired food and wine pairing, and exclusive wines from Belle Meade. This event runs until April 13th.
Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival
The Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival celebrates the planting of 1,000 cherry trees in Nashville over the past 10 years, and the friendship between Japan and America. The festival features a Cherry Blossom Walk and festivities at Public Square Park, including Japanese cultural exhibits, children’s activities, and live entertainment. The festival runs until April 15th.
Record Store Day
Record Store Day is a national event where independently owned record stores offer special releases, promotional products, concerts, and other special events to honor the unique culture of local, indie record stores. Nashville’s own record stores will be participating on April 22nd.
Disney Animation Immersive Experience
The Disney Animation: Immersive Experience is an innovative celebration of Walt Disney Animation Studios that takes visitors inside the greatest films from the studio’s earliest groundbreaking features to its beloved hit movies of today. The exhibit, held at Lighthouse ArtSpace, offers an immersive experience that allows visitors to step into the art and legacy of Walt Disney Animation Studios. The exhibit runs until May 14th.
Once Upon a Spring
Gaylord Opryland’s Once Upon a Spring offers a variety of family-friendly activities, including a crafting clubhouse and interactive show for kids, spring-themed boat rides, and an Easter Bunny meet and greet. This event runs until May 14th.