2600 West End Avenue Centennial Park Nashville, TN 37203
Every Saturday, a corner of the other wise tranquil Centennial Park comes alive with musical beats. This place is nothing but the open-air Musicians Corner that invites one and all who love music. Variety of singers, songwriters and musicians enthrall audience with their stellar performances. There is no restriction as regards to genre of music played here; the idea is to bring the entire community together and be a part of this musical celebration. That's not it, Musicians Corner also supports many charitable organizations and conducts special fund-raising events and functions.
419 Main Street Franklin, TN 37064 +1 615 538 2075(Box Office)
Founded in 1937, the Franklin Theatre screens blockbusters and art cinemas since long. Though a popular movie theater in town, owing to financial constraints the venue had to close its doors in 2007. However, the Heritage Foundation of Franklin and Williamson County took the initiative to revive this landmark and soon the Franklin Theatre resumed full-fledged operations. Now, it is more than just your regular cinema house and hosts concerts, shows and similar events on a regular basis. The theater is the foremost LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design)-certified project and continues to implement conservation policies like water efficiency and energy saving.
Dickson is a modern city and comes under the purview of Nashville Metropolitan Statistical Area. It has variety of options for recreation, dining and shopping. Arts center like Renaissance Center, The Dickson Gallery of Fine Art, dining outlets like Ming Court Buffet and Grill, Dairy Queen of Dickson and Fossie Bar-B-Que and parks like Holland park and Lakeview park , make for an interesting day trip. For more details, check website or call ahead.
The Cedar Creek Sports Center is open year round and includes both indoor and outdoor recreational activities. For example, visitors can enjoy the indoor arcade games, batting cages, and baseball facilities. Outdoor activities include miniature golf, a driving range, and go-karts. During the summer months, the center also offers visitors a chance to cool off and have fun in a terrific bumper boat pool. Guests may also choose to participate in lessons to help improve their batting, hitting or golf swing. The Putt-Putt Golf, arcade area, go-karts, bumper boats and batting cage can also be rented as part of a party package.
One of the popular spots in Murfreesboro for live music, Trash Mountain is located near the Middle Tennessee State University. A venue where you can find some of the most popular as well as the yet-the-be-known artists from all over the country, Trash Mountain is buzzing with events throughout the year. Do stop by here when in Murfreesboro for an entertaining time.
4225 Whites Creek Pike Fontanel Mansion & Farm Whites Creek, TN 37189 +1 615 724 1600/+1 877 820 8687(Toll Free)
One of the best ways to enjoy a concert is to hear it in a natural setting, enveloped in a wooded area, cut-off from the chaos of urban life. The Woods Amphitheater at Fontanel offers just such an experience for music lovers. Located on the historic Fontanel Mansion & Farm, the former home of country music legend Barbara Mandrell, this venue sits surrounded by beautiful woods in the Whites Creek valley. And, one would not have to endure any hassles to get here, because it lies only a few minutes' drive away from downtown Nashville. With a capacity of 4500, The Woods Amphitheater at Fontanel is the premier venue for concerts of its kind in the area. See the website to know more.
The Natchez Trace Parkway provides a scenic and historic drive for visitors to the Middle Tennessee area. Stretching over 400 miles (643.73 kilometers) between an area just southwest of Nashville to Natchez, Mississippi, the Natchez Trace Parkway winds through such cities as Jackson and Tupelo, Mississippi and Cherokee, Alabama. Significant stops along the parkway include a variety of Indian mounds in the Middle Tennessee and northern Mississippi areas, a number of historic Confederate grave sites, and a variety of natural vistas. Visitors to the Natchez Trace Parkway may wish to camp along the way or cycle through parts of the parkway and surrounding areas.
Main Street Franklin, TN 37064 +1 615 791 7554(Tourist Information)
Once the epitome of Southern prosperity and wealth, Franklin, TN has survived through centuries of wars and unrest, to emerge as one of the most well-preserved, historically significant cities in the country. It is in downtown Franklin, that one can see the city's history still being told by numerous buildings, that are architecturally and aesthetically a wonder to behold. Among the must-see attractions in downtown, are the Masonic Lodge, the first of its kind in the state, the St. Paul's Church, and the Carter House, which is remembered for the infamous Battle of Franklin in the American Civil War. The downtown is also known for the passel of events it hosts each year, including the Main Street Brew Fest and the Franklin Jazz Festival.
Stage One Twelve is an eclectic event space that stages several concerts, plays and other events. With state-of-art lights and sound systems, all the events conducted here are very interesting to watch. If you are looking for a place to go for an evening full of fun and great music, Stage One Twelve is ideal for you.
Drane Street Austin Peay State University Clarksville, TN 37044 +1 931 221 6617
Winfield Dunn Center is named after the famous Governor Winfield Dunn who strongly supported sports and education. The massive center houses within it an indoor track, batting cage, multipurpose practice and rehabilitation facilities, athletics department and locker rooms for the athletics. Many activities like volley ball games, convocation ceremonies and other college activities take place on a regular basis. Check the website or call ahead for further details.
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