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Everyone knows about the 4th of July, but only Nashville knows about the Thirth of July. This annual celebration kicks off Independence Day in the best way. With live bands, great food, and even better company, you won’t want to skip this.
Before you take the family to see the fireworks, come out to the annual July 4th Mile Walk, hosted by Run Nash. If you don’t want to walk the mile, run the mile! This event is fun for all ages and the perfect way to start the holiday.
The Gulch Night Market is finally here! Join tons of vendors and sponsors for tasty food trucks, a live DJ, and crafts from local artisans. With free admission, this event is great for family fun. Refer to the website for inclement weather dates.
The annual Cumberland Water Compact Waterfest is a family-friendly event that not only provides a good time for all, but also education for all. The goal of the event is to raise awareness about the importance and upkeep of good water quality. Come to Waterfest for waterslides, great music, cool prizes and more!
NightLight615 is Nashville’s premier social cinema event. NightLight615 features an outdoor movie accompanied by food trucks, craft beers and wine, and a view of the beautiful Nashville skyline. Bring your friends, a picnic blanket, and an appetite to this special viewing of Almost Famous.
Join The Equity Alliance, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, at the Black Women’s Empowerment Brunch on Saturday, July 20 at 11:00 a.m. at Rocketown. The Black Women’s Empowerment Brunch is an inspiring, high-energy fundraiser that features live music and spoken word performances, a plated brunch, mimosas, and networking – all for a great cause.
The Nashville Blogger Bash is better than ever with tons of events dedicated to helping content creators explore and perfect their craft. The event includes a kick off party, Saturday conferences, access to the Luxe Lounge, and a Sunday brunch for networking. Purchase your tickets fast because you won’t want to miss this!
The Afropreneurial Community is back with another networking event for Nashville’s newest and oldest urban professionals! Join Kramer Deans and the Afropreneurial Community for an opportunity to connect with other black business owners and discuss the true worth of yourself and your service.