NASHVILLE, TN — Summer is here and it's time for festivals, concerts, food festivals, and other fun activities. Enjoy some of these summer food festivals in Nashville.
1. Music City Brewer’s Festival
The Music City Brewer’s Festival is set for July 31, so start grabbing your pretzel necklace for the annual beer festival with local, regional, national and international breweries. There will be live music happening for the event. For more info, you can visit their website.
2. Tomato Art Fest
The Tomato Art Fest is an art show celebrating tomatoes during late summer from August 13 - 14. The festival is FREE for all and takes place in East Nashville’s Five Points area or online. There are multiple stages throughout the area, hosting free music to enjoy for all guests. Interested with the event? Click here.
3. Margarita Festival
It’s tequila time in Nashville! Join the Nashville Scene on August 20 for the 8th annual Margarita Festival at oneC1TY. The ticket will get you entry to the event and margarita samples from the city’s best margarita makers. Sip your favorite drink while enjoying DJs at the park.
4. Sweet Corn Fun Fest
This August 21, Lucky Ladd Farms will be serving everybody’s seasonal favorite—fresh roasted sweet corn on the serve with butter and covered in seasonal flavor. Test your skills with Corn Eating and Corn Shucking Competitions. Kids can also cool off with inflatable water slides, splash pad, and bubble blast. To find out more, press here.
5. Nashville Cocktail Festival
Nashville Cocktail Festival is set for September 7 - 11. They will be showing the best of the craft of the cocktail, highlighting award-winning authors, boutique spirits, small-batch mixers and bartenders who put all the cocktails together. This is the perfect event for those who love the mixology of drinks.
6. Wine Love
From September 16 - 17, gather at Frothy Monkey Franklin and Frothy Nations in Nashville for a wine tasting paired with coursed menus designed by Chef Chase Ingalls and the bakery pastry chefs. They will give five courses for $70 (not including tax and tip). Check here for more info.
If you love food, make sure to join these events in Nashville. Cheers!
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