The beloved residents of America's most famous streets embark on an amazing journey where Elmo discovers the power of perseverance. Elmo is joined by friends Cookie Monster, Big Bird, Grover, Rosita and Count von Count, discovering the many magical moments of everyday life. Show starts at 2:00, but get there at 1:00 for the Elmo and friends meet and greet. A second show begins at 5:30 p.m.
Sometimes the winter blues are just what the doctor ordered. It sure is with this event. It's the 7th Annual Cashville Blues Festival, an evening of some of the greatest American music ever made. For tickets and details, see nashvilleauditorium.com/events.
Char restaurant has had their Sunday Jazz brunch since opening, something you definitely should try. Now they have raised the bar by adding vocalists. Nashville Jazz Workshop coordinates the pianist who will collaborate with a guest vocalist for what is billed as an excellent experience. Every 4th Sunday of the month!
In 1920, Tennessee became the 36th state to ratify the 19th Amendment, giving all American women the right to vote. To memorialize this moment in American history, the Tennessee Woman Suffrage Monument will host a discussion with Alma Sanford, founder of the Tennessee Suffrage Monument, who will share the commemorative statue’s story from its inception to its completion.
In this talk, Jitish Kallat will share a cross section of his work, exploring the many processes, themes, and ideas that recur throughout his wide-ranging artistic practice. Kallat's works often engage with the ideas of time, transience, sustenance, the ecological, and the cosmological.
St. Patrick's Day means more than just great green beer. It also means friends and family. What better way to make some memories than by joining in a jog that takes you past Nashville's most famous honky tonks? The race -- a half marathon, 10k, 5k, and Lucky Dog 1 Mile Wag ‘n Walk -- benefit the PEDIGREE Foundation.
What better way to mark 16 years in business than with a Sweet 16 birthday party?! That's just what GasLamp Antiques and GasLamp Too are planning on Saturday, March 14th from 10am to 6pm. From yummy treats to entertainment, give-aways and seasonal sales, it's the perfect opportunity to have some fun and win some prizes. Kick off spring in style!
Return to Sender, an exhibition of immersive installations created by the celebrated Indian artist Jitish Kallat. The dramatic works, which engage both mind and body, are inspired by historic messages that reveal the best and worst of humanity. Jitish Kallat is a Mumbai native who produces installations, paintings, photographs, and sculptures that often recall historic acts of speech.
It's time once again for March Gladness -- the annual celebration of all things Irish! The Music City Irish Festival is a free festival for the whole family, but VIP passes for food, drink tokens and MCIF swag are available. Come hear some of Nashville's stars collaborate with the world’s best Celtic musicians. For more information, check out musiccityirishfest.com.
Featuring local, regional and national designers and industry professionals, the event encourages Nashvillians to explore the city’s diverse fashion and retail spaces with promotions, partnerships and educational workshops. This is a completely volunteer-led, run and managed event that spotlights Nashville’s growing fashion community with an ongoing, sustainable focus for philanthropic support of our creative community.
The Middle Tennessee Daffodil Society will host the Southeast Regional Daffodil Show at Cheekwood March 28-29, 2020. The show, open to the public, is from 1:00 – 5:00 Saturday and from 9:00 – 3:00. The Southeast Regional Daffodil Show is included with general admission to Cheekwood. Visit daffodiltn.org or Middle Tennessee Daffodil Society on Facebook for more information.
Cherry blossoms, or sakura, have been the symbol of U.S.-Japan friendship since the Mayor of Tokyo donated 3,000 cherry trees to Washington, D.C. in 1912. The Cherry blossom festival, or sakura matsuri, is celebrated every spring bringing a taste of Japanese culture to Nashville. The festival will feature taiko drums, tea ceremony, a Cosplay Contest, Japanese food booths and more!