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Nashville Full Moon Pickin' Parties

Lenny Schumacher

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NASHVILLE, TN - Join the community in celebrating the uniqueness and vibrant atmosphere of bluegrass music at Full Moon Pickin' Parties held by Friends of Warner Parks from May to September.

As Nashville's most popular outdoor event, Full Moon Pickin' Parties welcomes guests with unique bluegrass music series from local musicians around the city, various selections of local food trucks and beautiful scenery under the full moon at Percy Warner Parks.

Guests can bring their own chair, dogs (on a leash, no longer than 6 ft.), and snacks (no alcoholic beverages allowed in the venue). Featured local food trucks include Love Bus, Banh Mi & Roll Factory, TN Tatercakes, Mobile Chef, Puckett's, Moosehead, Kettle Corn, King of Pops and Nashville Cotton Candy Co.

The party will bring families, friends and dog lovers from all over to cherish the moment together.

An interesting part of the Full Moon Pickin' Party is the bluegrass pickin' circles that "organically arise across the event grounds". Be sure to walk around and find them.

The next Full Moon Pickin' Party is on July 23, from 6.00 p.m. to 10 p.m., with the following lineup:

5:30 p.m. Gates Open

6:05–7:10 p.m. Colin O'Brien

7:25-8:30 p.m. Backroads Bluegrass

8:45-9:50 p.m. Gaines and Wagoner

You can get your tickets at https://friendsofwarnerparks.salsalabs.org/fullmoon_072321/index.html?page=register. Tickets start from $10 for children ages 7-17 and $25 for adults.

Online ticket sales close at midnight the night before each event. If you miss it, you can grab a ticket at the venue for $10.

Visit the website https://www.warnerparks.org/full-moon-pickin-parties for a detailed upcoming schedule and lineup.

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