Celebrating Black Music Month in Nashville

It’s Black Music Month and we wanted to share ways you can celebrate in Nashville. With all of our history and legacy in the city, you can make this month memorable in the Music City!

Make a day of it at the National Museum of African American Music

Take a day to explore the history of African American Music in America through carefully curated exhibits like: Wade in the Water, Crossroads, A Love Supreme, One Nation Under a Groove, and The Message. There is a lot to see, so take your time and enjoy the music!

510 Broadway, Nashville, TN 37203

Check out a Black Opry Show

The Black Opry, founded by Holly G, is home for Black artists, fans and industry professionals working in country, Americana, blues, and folk music. They are reclaiming their rightful space in this industry and currently on the road for their Revue Tour! Check out their site for upcoming shows.

Visit Fisk University and learn the history of the Fisk Jubilee Singers

Head to Fisk University and learn about the history of the Fisk Jubilee Singers, who originally introduced ‘negro spirituals’ to the world in 1871 and were instrumental in preserving this unique musical tradition.

1000 17th Avenue North Nashville, Tennessee 37208

Visit Jefferson Street Sound Museum

A tribute to the historic night clubbing and entertainment that took place back in the day on Jefferson Street is becoming a tourist attraction that you definitely want to check out! Check out our story on JSS here

2004 Jefferson St, Nashville, TN 37208

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