• Bruce Jones / Dec 20 2016

    Nashville New Years Has a New Ring To It

    For the first time ever, Nashville's New Year's Eve party won't be held downtown, but at the Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park. The event even has a new name, " Jack Daniel's Music City Midnight: New Year's Eve in Nashville." Event producers believe this new location will allow for more security and safety as well for more room for vendors and attendees. With the new change in venue, the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp is planning for the biggest year yet. With crowds of 100,000 annually, and even 150,000 in 2015, New Year's Eve in Nashville has always generated tourism revenue.  Nashville has seen $22.2 million in direct visitor spending and…
  • Bruce Jones / Nov 21 2016

    Merry, Merry Music City

      With Thanksgiving around the corner, it’s not too early to get in the holiday spirit. The Music City will make your Christmas season even merrier with all it's local events. Naturally, the Music Capital has a number of live music shows to keep you entertained, however you can also find a variety of non-musical events to appeal to everyone. So from music to shopping, and from trees to lights, and even 5ks, Nashville has you covered! To check out the live music events: Kacey Musgraves: A Very Kacey Christmas Tour - 7:30 p.m. Monday, Nov. 28, Ryman Auditorium, $30-$50 Amy Grant & Vince Gill: Christmas at the Ryman - 7:30 p.m. Nov. 30,…
  • Bruce Jones / Nov 11 2016

    Thanksgiving To Go

      With Thanksgiving now only two weeks away, it's time to get all the Turkey Day planning finalized! Perhaps this year instead of laboring away all day, you decide to pick up something easy and accessible from one of Nashville's most loved restaurants or bakeries. StyleBlueprint has found some options for you to make this year's Thanksgiving more relaxed. Nashville favorites like Arnold's Country Kitchen, Barbara's Home Cookin' and Copper Kettle, have made it easy for you to spend less time in the kitchen and more time with your family and friends. So sit back, put some football on, or even start decorating the tree and let the hard work be done for you. Maybe…
  • Bruce Jones / Nov 04 2016

    Wine Down to Support the Boys & Girls Club

    This weekend Franklin is kicking off the holiday season with it's top charity event, Wine Down Main Street. Supporting the Boys & Girls Club of Middle Tennessee, this event raises more than any other fundraiser in Williamson County. On Saturday, Nov. 5th from 7:00pm-10:00pm, live music will fill the streets of downtown Franklin. And with over 170 wines and food from over 30 regional restaurants, Wine Down Main Street is the event of the season that you don't want to miss. Tickets range for $85 for general admission tickets to $200 for Premium VIP tickets. Both include wine, beer, and food tastings by many of middle Tennessee’s favorite restaurants. VIP tickets…