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July 2018

July 2018 Guide to Family Events In Nashville!

Summer in Nashville is in full swing! What are you doing to beat the heat? Whether you love the sweltering heat of an outdoor block party or you prefer climate-controlled entertainment, we’ve got you covered! Here is our July round-up of family friendly events in the Nashville area! Looking for more fun? Check out our roundups […]

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April 2018

April 2018 Guide to Family Events in Nashville!

  They tell us Spring weather is coming. With the warmer temps comes the onslaught of Springtime events in Nashville and we CAN’T WAIT! (Make sure to check out the ‘Festivals and Block Parties’ section!) As always, double check the event information on the venue website. Some events — especially those held outdoors — are […]

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March 2018

March 2018 Guide To Family Events In Nashville!

With the onset of March, we can officially start dreaming of warm weather and all things Spring! Nashville comes to LIFE as the temperature starts to rise, so make sure you register early for any events requiring tickets. As always, verify times and details on the business websites to make sure nothing has changed since […]

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June 2017 Guide to Family Events In Nashville!

WHEW, Nashville event season is in full-swing! Summertime is jam-packed with things to do in and around Music City! We try to keep these event guides to family friendly fare—although we do sneak in a wine or beer tasting now and then! We hope your summer is off to a great start! (Let us know […]

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April 2017 Guide to Family Events in Nashville

It’s spring in Nashville! That means there is no shortage of family fun in Music City! Have a look at our guide to see what’s happening in your neck of the woods. Don’t forget to see if tickets are required, and call ahead if you think weather could affect the event. If we forgot one, […]

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