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Things to Do in Nashville Weekend Guide

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Hey there, Nashville! Summer is in full force and we are loving the sunshine in Nashville. Masks have been mandated for a about a week now and people have been venturing out safely into Nashville.

We have complied a few of our favorite, safe events that you can attend this weekend! From a live concert to a Fishing Tournament, grab your mask and stay safe!

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Live From the Drive In is Live Nation’s first ever drive-in concert series!  July 10-12, 2020 you can  enjoy live performances from John Pardi, Brad Paisley, and Darius Rucker at the Nissan Stadium parking lot! Each ticket is around $150 – $400, and you only need one ticket per car. Bring your own food because with your ticket, you get your own private tailgate space. So pack the car and grab your tickets, these will sell out!

  • John Pardi
    Friday, July 10, 2020 – 7:30pm
  • Brad Paisley
    Saturday, July 11, 2020 – 7:30pm
  • Darius Rucker 
    Sunday, July 12, 2020 – 7:30pm

Event Details
🗓 July 10-12 | 0PM–0PM
📍 Nissan Stadium Parking Lot

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These laid-back, family friendly fundraisers are the perfect excuse to listen to live blue-grass music and relax. All proceeds go to support and protect the beautiful Warner Parks. So, come on out to the barn and enjoy Nashville’s tradition of pickin’ in the park with 2,000 of your Friends!

Event Details
🗓 July 10 | 7PM–11PM
📍 Warner Park Equestrian Center

If you need a little yoga, go to East Nashville Beer Works for their Yoga and Beer event. It is outside in their beer garden. Just bring your mat, water bottle, and a good attitude! After, you can grab a beer for your hard work.  

Event Details
🗓 July 11 | 11AM–12PM
📍 East Nashville Beer Works

Trivia at Big Machine Distillery is back and safer than ever! From 7pm to 9pm you can play contactless live trivia. Grab your smart phone to play along while enjoying your favorite Big Machine cocktail. Trivia is a first come first served basis so, come early!

Event Details
🗓 July 9 | 7PM–9PM
📍 Big Machine Distillery & Tavern 

Drop a line and support an amazing cause! If you’re hooked on fishing, this is definitely going to be one of the things to do in Nashville that will get you reel-y excited! Now through September 30th, you can help reel in a cure for pediatric cancer with The National Pediatric Cancer Foundation.

Fishing Funds the Cure is a virtual fishing tournament that provides an opportunity for fishermen of all levels to use their passion to raise awareness and funding for our young warriors battling cancer. 

It is only $25 to register and if you refer 5 people to register for the All American Fishing Tournament 2020, your entry fee will be refunded and you will participate for FREE!

Event Details
🗓 Now Until September 30th
📍 Fishing Spot Near You

More Things to Do In Nashville

Looking for more ideas for things to do in Nashville? Check out our blog about the Best Breweries in Nashville! 

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Stay safe, Nashville!

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