PERFORMING ARTS

 June at the Nashville Symphony

Schermerhorn Symphony Center, 1 Symphony Place. Ticket packages may be purchased from the Patron Services hotline at (615) 687-6401. Concerts this month: June 2: Maestro Giancarlo Guerrero conducts Verdi’s Requiem, the Nashville Symphony and Chorus, featuring the Violins of Hope; June 13: Ledisi with special guests Melanie Fiona & Tweet (without orchestra); June 15: A Tribute to Ray Charles with Ellis Hall; June 16: The Music of Pink Floyd & Light Show (at Ascend Amphitheater); June 22: Felix Cavaliere’s Rascals; June 23: Disney in Concert: Magical Music from the Movies (at Ascend Amphitheater); June 25: Melissa Etheridge (without orchestra); June 27: Roger Daltrey performs The Who’s Tommy (at Ascend Amphitheater); June 29: Rick Springfield. The Nashville Symphony will also perform Symphony Under the Stars Community Concerts, a series of free outdoor community concerts at area parks on June 7, 8, 9, 12, 26. For tickets, call the box office at (615) 687-6400 between 10 am and 6 pm Monday through Friday or 10 am and 2 pm Saturday, or go to nashvillesymphony.org.

June at the Ryman Auditorium

116 Fifth Avenue North. This stellar venue is a six-time winner of Pollstar’s Concert Theatre of the Year award and 2012, 2010 and 2008 Academy of Country Music’s Venue of the Year. This month’s outstanding lineup: June 1: Darren Knight’s Southern Momma An Em Comedy Tour; June 3: Jacksepticeye: How Did We Get Here?; June 4: Darius and Friends; June 5: Craig Wiseman’s Stars For Second Harvest; June 6: Marty Stuart’s Late Night Jam; June 9: Opry Country Classics; June 11: Dr. Jordan Peterson; June 14: Stephen Stills & Judy Collins; June 18-19: Third Day Farewell Tour; June 21: Dailey & Vincent; June 22: Pod Tours America; June 22: Lovett or Leave It; June 23: Third Day Farewell Tour; June 24: Bill Maher; June 26: Georgia On My Mind; June 28: The Del McCoury Band; June 30 The Glen Campbell Legacy. Buy tickets at Ryman box office, ryman.com, ticketmaster.com, ticketmaster outlets or call (615) 458-8700.

Sunday Evenings – Bluegrass Jam

Station Inn, 402 12th Avenue South. Free admission on Sunday evening at Nashville’s premiere listening room for bluegrass and roots music. “Cold beer, hot pickin’ and friends you won’t meet until you get here.” Showtime 8 pm. stationinn.com

Monday & Thursday Evenings – Tribute To The King 1953–1977

Texas Troubadour Theatre, 2416 Music Valley Drive. This high-energy, live musical starring John Beardsley features all six eras of the King’s career, including costume changes. The legend lives on in Nashville’s only continuously running show paying tribute to the King in Music City. Tickets: (615) 758-0098.  thenashvilleking.com

Tuesday & Wednesday Mornings – Wishing Chair Puppet Productions Story Time

Nashville Public Library’s Children’s Theatre, 615 Church Street. Meet the Professor, Library Pete, and Mary Mary as they sing, juggle and read books. Puppet friends Tommy Dog, Cedric the Dragon, J.J. the Lamb, Spanish Fox, and Jimmy Giraffe make frequent appearances. 30 minutes, showtimes 9:30 am, 10:30, 11:30 am. For ages 6 and under. Limited free parking for 1-1/2 hours in the library’s parking garage. nashvillepubliclibrary.org

Wednesday Evenings and Saturday Afternoons – The Music of Nashville: A Magical Journey

Texas Troubadour Theatre, 2416 Music Valley Drive. Join the incredible cast and band in a historical 60 year ride through some of Nashville’s biggest hits, and the stories behind them! From Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, George & Tammy, Conway & Loretta, Kenny & Dolly, through Wynonna, Garth Brooks, George Strait, Keith Urban, Miranda Lambert and Taylor Swift, this show brings exciting entertainment unlike any other. Performed by hot up-and-coming artists who are backed by a fantastic first-call Nashville band, they will bring you to your feet! Tickets available online, day of show or call (615) 969-6349. themusicofnashville.com

Thursday Evenings – Speakeasy Swing at Rudys

Rudy’s Jazz Room, 809 Gleaves Street. Nashville’s only jazz club features 1930s-1940s live music with vintage swing dancing, a New Orleans inspired menu and tipsy cocktails. rudysjazzroom.com

Thursday and Friday Evenings – Music at the Frist

Frist Center for the Visual Arts, 919 Broadway. Enjoy free music in the Cafe or Grand Lobby, 6 pm. fristcenter.org

Friday, Saturday Evenings – Ray Stevens Show

CabaRay Showroom, 5724 River Road. Ray Stevens and his fabulous A-Team band will take you down memory lane with songs and stories from Ray’s legendary career. Showtime 7:30 pm, dinner seating at 6 pm. Come early to experience the rockin’ Piano Bar with live music from 5 pm until showtime and post show until closing. raystevenscabaray.com

Saturday Mornings – Kidsville Story Time

Inside The Parthenon, 2500 West End Avenue. Every Saturday from 11–11:45 am, ages 12 and younger will explore a different theme and create a related piece of art. kidsvilleonline.org

Saturday Evenings – Bye Bye Liver: The Nashville Drinking Play

Blue Bar and Rack Room, 1911 Broadway. This fast-paced sketch comedy takes a satirical look at the drinking culture every Saturday night. Audience members participate in Would You Rather, Name That Tune, and more. byebyeliver.com/nashville

June 1, 2, 7-10, 14-16 – Monty Python’s Spamalot

112 2nd Avenue South, Franklin. Take the film Monty Python and the Holy Grail with its spoof of the Arthurian legend, add musical showstoppers, showgirls, divas, and hilarious send-ups of musical theatre itself, and you have Spamalot. The 2005 Broadway production won three Tony Awards including Best Musical. Songs include “Always Look on the Bright Side,” “The Song That Goes Like This,” “You Won’t Succeed on Broadway,” and “Find Your Grail.” pull-tight.com

June 1-3 – Emergence featuring The Bluebird Cafe

Nashville Ballet Studio A, 3622 Redmon Street. Nashville Ballet lifts the curtain on the creative process with its popular Emergence series, inviting the public into its studio to experience a piece of art only 12 hours in the making. See what happens when up-and-coming choreographers embrace their creative instincts in a rapid-fire rehearsal process. This season’s edition will feature a musical collaboration with The Bluebird Cafe, recreating the intimacy of the world-renowned listening room at Nashville Ballet. The Bluebird Cafe celebrates its 35th anniversary this year, and Emergence serves as the finale event of its yearlong celebration. For ages middle school and up. nashvilleballet.com

June 2 – Opera on the Mountain

Dyer Observatory 1000 Oman Drive. Join us for a BYOB&P (and picnic) evening of songs and stargazing with Nashville Opera. This family friendly outdoor concert is the perfect Saturday night combination of great music and good company. 6 –10 pm. Prices vary. Tickets available at nashvilleopera.org/eventcalendar

June 5, 12, 19, 26 – The Doyle and Debbie Show

Station Inn, 402 12th Avenue South. This hilarious love letter to the country music community and its stars is hysterical, and the music is finely-crafted. The two stars, Bruce Arntson and Jenny Littleton, have the acting and singing chops to carry it all off beautifully. Tickets: $20, 7 pm. doyleanddebbie.com

June 7 – Nashville House Concerts

War Memorial Auditorium, 301 Sixth Avenue North. Join radio personality Storme Warren and country artist Joe Denim in their make-shift living room, featuring a diverse blend of talent from chart-topping artists, music legends, rising stars, and accomplished songwriters. wmarocks.com

June 8, 9, 15, 16 – The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Calaveras County

Nashville Public Library Children’s Theatre, 615 Church Street. Mark Twain’s famous short story of a con-man and his notorious frog is about foolishness and consequences, set to an original, energetic bluegrass score by Tom McBryde. 30 minutes, showtimes 10:30 am and 11:30 am. Recommended for ages 5-12, but all are welcome. nashvillepubliclibrary.org

June 8, 9, 14-16, 21-23 – [TITLE OF SHOW]

Street Theatre Company, 6727 Charlotte Pike. Follow two struggling writers, Hunter and Jeff, and their friends on a personal journey through the gauntlet of creative self-expression. [TITLE OF SHOW] is a love letter to musical theatre and to the joy of collaboration. The musical received a Tony Award nomination in 2009. streettheatrecompany.org

June 8, 16 – Nashville Jazz Workshop

The Jazz Cave, 1319 Adams Street. Snap on 2&4 presents pianist Lori Mechem on June 8; New York-based vocalist Sarah Partidge will be joined by her trio on June 16. Doors open at 7:15 pm for an 8 pm show. Soft drinks and bottled water available. BYOB and snacks. nashvillejazz.org

June 16 – Music City Improv

Third Coast Comedy Club, Marathon Village, 1310 Clinton Avenue. This high octane show from Nashville’s longest running improv troupe features live and video sketch comedy. musiccityimprov.com

June 21-23, 28-30 – The Paper Bag Princess

4809 Gallatin Pike. The Theater Bug is a children’s theater company, whose actors happen to be children. The Paper Bag Princess is adapted from the book by favorite children’s author Robert Munsch. thetheaterbug.org

June 22, 23 – Library Pete and The Story Time Band

Nashville Public Library Children’s Theatre, 615 Church Street. A rock and roll puppet show extravaganza for all ages! 30 minutes, showtimes 10:30 am and 11:30 am. For ages 6 and under, but all are welcome. nashvillepubliclibrary.org

June 23 – Music in the Meadow

Owl’s Hill Nature Sanctuary, 545 Beech Creek Road, Brentwood. Bring food and friends for an evening with Anthony Adams & the Nite Owls. Enjoy a hike and meet Owl’s Hill’s non-releasable live owls! Gates open at 5:30 pm. owlshill.org

June 28 – Poet’s Corner with Louise Colln

Scarritt Bennett Center, Vanderbilt University. Join fellow poetry enthusiasts for a monthly reading by a featured local poet. Free and open to the public. scarrittbennett.org

June Art Crawls

Spend your evening at an art crawl! Area galleries offer rare opportunities to view diverse exhibitions featuring many genres of artwork. Some venues present live music, and many serve complimentary wine and light hors d’oeuvres. These monthly gatherings are an opportunity to meet the artists, buy and support their work.

June 1 – Downtown Franklin Friday Art Crawl

Charming shops and galleries, live music and refreshments make Franklin a great place to be 6–9 pm. A $5 unlimited trolley ticket runs all night to take guests from spot to spot. franklinartscene.com

June 2 – Downtown Nashville Saturday Art Crawl

Fifth Avenue of the Arts, Historic Arcade, Eighth Avenue, Broadway. The festive atmosphere and participating venues located along Fifth Avenue of the Arts to the Historic Arcade to Eighth Avenue to Broadway welcome you to experience downtown Nashville as a center for art. Galleries open 6–9 pm, with trolleys making a continuous loop 6–10 pm. nashvilledowntown.com/play

June 2 – Arts & Music at Wedgewood/Houston

Minutes from downtown, Wedgewood/Houston is rich with art and music culture. Check out groundbreaking art from the artist run spaces on Chestnut Street to the commercial galleries on Hagan Street along with popups, beginning at 6 pm. am-wh.com

June 9 – East Side Art Stumble

East Nashville. Galleries, businesses, and studios stretch across the neighborhoods of East Nashville and Inglewood. Saturday event from 6-9, rain or shine. eastsideartstumble.com

June 23 – Jefferson Street Art Crawl

The crawl happens up and down Jefferson, starting at the Garden Brunch Cafe near Rosa Parks and ending at One Drop Ink Tattoo at Jefferson and 28th. The monthly event engages community and highlights art along this historic art corridor as well as the North Nashville Community. facebook.com/jsactn

July at the Nashville Symphony

Schermerhorn Symphony Center, 1 Symphony Place. Ticket packages may be purchased from the Patron Services hotline at (615) 687-6401. Concerts this month: July 5-8: Star Wars: A New Hope (projected in HD above the stage) in concert with the Nashville Symphony; July 13: America (without orchestra); July 17: Buddy Guy (without orchestra); July 20: Spirits of Summer with specialty crafted cocktails, each paired with a piece performed by a live string orchestra; July 22: Music City Beatles Bash featuring The Weeklings; July 24: Queen of Funk Chaka Khan (without orchestra). For tickets, call the box office at (615) 687-6400 between 10 am and 6 pm Monday through Friday or 10 am and 2 pm Saturday, or go to nashvillesymphony.org.

July at the Ryman Auditorium

116 Fifth Avenue North. This stellar venue is a six-time winner of Pollstar’s Concert Theatre of the Year award and 2012, 2010 and 2008 Academy of Country Music’s Venue of the Year. This month’s outstanding lineup: July 1: The Glen Campbell Legacy A Musical Tribute to the Rhinestone Cowboy; July 2: Pretenders; July 5: Springer Mountain Farms Bluegrass Nights at the Ryman: Vince Gill; July 10: Donny & Marie; July 12: Springer Mountain Farms Bluegrass Nights at the Ryman: Hot Rize 40th Anniversary Bash; July 13: Janelle Monae with St. Beauty; July 14: Indigo Girls with The War and Treaty; July 15: Americana at the Ryman: Buddy Miller & Friends featuring Lee Ann Womack, Tony Joe White, The McCrary Sisters, Elizabeth Cook, and Parker Millsap; July 17: Echo & the Bunnymen and Violent Femmes; July 18: Ted Nugent; July 19: Springer Mountain Farms Bluegrass Nights at the Ryman: Rhonda Vincent & The Rage; July 20-21: Punch Brothers with Madison Cunningham; July 22: Jim Lauderdale, William Fitzsimmons and The Secret Sisters; July 24: Boy George and Culture Club; July 25: O.A.R. with Matt Nathanson and The New Respects; July 26: Springer Mountain Farms Bluegrass Nights at the Ryman: Ricky Skaggs & Kentucky Thunder; July 27-28: Anita Baker Farewell Concert Series; July 29: Americana at the Ryman Mark O’Connor Band and Brandy Clark; July 31: Lily Tomlin. Buy tickets at Ryman box office, ?ryman.com, ticketmaster.com, ticketmaster outlets or call (615) 458-8700.

Sunday Evenings – Bluegrass Jam

Station Inn, 402 12th Avenue South. Free admission on Sunday evening at Nashville’s premiere listening room for bluegrass and roots music. “Cold beer, hot pickin’ and friends you won’t meet until you get here.” Showtime 8 pm. stationinn.com

Monday & Thursday Evenings – Tribute To The King 1953–1977

Texas Troubadour Theatre, 2416 Music Valley Drive. This high-energy, live musical starring John Beardsley features all six eras of the King’s career, including costume changes. The legend lives on in Nashville’s only continuously running show paying tribute to the King in Music City. Tickets: (615) 758-0098. thenashvilleking.com

Wednesday Evenings and Saturday Afternoons – The Music of Nashville: A Magical Journey

Texas Troubadour Theatre, 2416 Music Valley Drive. Join the incredible cast and band in a historical 60 year ride through some of Nashville’s biggest hits, and the stories behind them! From Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, George & Tammy, Conway & Loretta, Kenny & Dolly, through Wynonna, Garth Brooks, George Strait, Keith Urban, Miranda Lambert and Taylor Swift, this show brings exciting entertainment unlike any other. Performed by hot up-and-coming artists who are backed by a fantastic first-call Nashville band, they will bring you to your feet! Tickets available online, day of show or call (615) 969-6349. themusicofnashville.com

Thursday Evenings – Speakeasy Swing at Rudys

Rudy’s Jazz Room, 809 Gleaves Street. Nashville’s only jazz club features 1930s-1940s live music with vintage swing dancing, a New Orleans inspired menu and tipsy cocktails. rudysjazzroom.com

Thursday and Friday Evenings – Music at the Frist

Frist Center for the Visual Arts, 919 Broadway. Enjoy free music in the Cafe or Grand Lobby, 6 pm. fristcenter.org

Friday Evenings – Tales At Twilight

Cumberland Park, 592 South First Street.The performance series for children held on Friday evenings 7–8 pm in July, weather permitting. Parents relax and enjoy one of the best views of downtown Nashville, while the kids are thoroughly entertained. July 6: Chinese Arts Alliance of Nashville; July 20: Nashville Public Library Puppet Truck The Frog Prince; July 27: Mr. Chris Hip Hop Dance. nashville.gov

Friday and Saturday Evenings – Ray Stevens Show

CabaRay Showroom, 5724 River Road. Ray Stevens and his fabulous A-Team band will take you down memory lane with songs and stories from Ray’s legendary career. Showtime 7:30 pm, dinner seating at 6 pm. Come early to experience the rockin’ Piano Bar with live music from 5 pm until showtime and post show until closing. (615) 327-4630, raystevenscabaray.com

Saturday Mornings – Kidsville Story Time Inside The Parthenon

2500 West End Avenue. Every Saturday from 11–11:45 am, free of charge, ages 12 and younger will explore a different theme and create a related piece of art. kidsvilleonline.org

Saturday Evenings – Bye Bye Liver: The Nashville Drinking Play

Blue Bar and Rack Room, 1911 Broadway. This fast-paced sketch comedy takes a satirical look at the drinking culture every Saturday night. Audience members participate in Would You Rather, Name That Tune, and more. byebyeliver.com/nashville

July 1 – The Glen Campbell Legacy

Ryman Auditorium, 116 Fifth Avenue North. Studio Tenn’s original theatrical concert will be honoring the timeless talents of the rhinestone cowboy himself, Glen Campbell. Featuring Grammy Award Winners Steven Curtis Chapman, and Carl Jackson with Ashley Campbell, this musical tribute delivers a fresh perspective on theatre and music while celebrating one of the most decorated country performers of all time. studiotenn.com

July 1, 5-7 – Marian, Or The True Tale Of Robin Hood

Belmont Black Box Theater, 1575 Compton Avenue. A gender-bending, patriarchy-smashing, hilarious new take on the classic tale from Actors Bridge Ensemble. Robin Hood is (and has always been) Maid Marian in disguise, and leads a motley group of Merry Men (few of whom are actually men) against the greedy Prince John. As the poor get poorer and the rich get richer, who will stand for the vulnerable if not Robin? What is the cost of revealing your true self in a time of trouble? Modern concerns and romantic entanglements clash on the battlefield and on the ramparts of Nottingham Castle. A play about selfishness and selflessness and love deferred and the fight. Always the fight. The fight must go on. actorsbridge.org

July 1, 5-7 – Measure for Measure

Darkhorse Theater, 4610 Charlotte Avenue. Presented by ACT 1 (Artists’ Cooperative Theatre), a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing theatrical gems, both classic and modern, to Nashville audiences. ACT 1 continually receives high praise from critics and audience members alike, and its productions and performers are recipients of multiple prizes and awards. Tickets: $15, students (high school & younger) free on Thursday and Sunday. Free parking. darkhorsetheater.com

July 3, 10, 24, 31 – The Doyle and Debbie Show

Station Inn, 402 12th Avenue South. This hilarious love letter to the country music community and its stars is hysterical, and the music is finely-crafted. The two stars, Bruce Arntson and Jenny Littleton, have the acting and singing chops to carry it all off beautifully. Tickets: $20, 7 pm. doyleanddebbie.com

July 10 – SongNest LIVE

City Winery, 609 Lafayette Street. Join us for a special evening with singer-songwriters Don Henry, Angela Kaset, Anne E. Dechant and Sam Gyllenhaal. citywinery.com/nashville

July 15 – Rodeo and Juliet

Franklin Theatre, 419 Main Street, Franklin. This intimate and fun evening of American Roots music celebrates favorite timeless classics, blended with original songs and features Grammy level guest artists, songwriters and musicians, along with their Nashville A-team band. Your hosts Chris and Jan Harris (aka Rodeo and Juliet) are 40 year veterans of the local music industry. franklintheatre.com

July 20 – The African-American Experience: A Walk Through Time

Lewis Cox Theatre, 3500 John Merritt Boulevard. Community Academy of the Arts presents this colorful story about six teenagers living in Brooklyn, who exhaust their history teacher, Miss Honeyburg, from their lack of empathy for Black American culture. Honeyburg forces the students to travel back in time to learn from some of the greats themselves: Fannie Lou, DuBois, Ella Fitzgerald, Diana Ross, & Mamie Till. This is a revival of the 2007 original musical production.

July 20 – Music City Improv

Third Coast Comedy Club, Marathon Village, 1310 Clinton Avenue. This high octane show from Nashville’s longest running improv troupe features live and video sketch comedy. musiccityimprov.com

July 20, 21 – Momotaro, The Peachboy

Nashville Public Library Children’s Theatre, 615 Church Street. Take a mystical journey through the heart of Okayama as Wishing Chair Productions introduces one of the most famous characters in Japanese folklore. Performed with newly constructed Bunraku puppets, follow Momotaro and his companions on this tale of bravery, unity and triumph over adversity. 30 minutes, showtimes 10:30 am and 11:30 am. Recommended for ages 5-12, but all are welcome. Limited free parking for 1-1/2 hours in the library’s parking garage. nashvillepubliclibrary.org

July 21 – Bluebird on the Mountain

Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory, 1000 Oman Drive. Picnic dining, an outdoor concert, and the opportunity to stargaze through the grand telescope on one of the tallest hilltops in Nashville. Singer-songwriters Erin Enderlin, Levi Lowery and Erik Dylan will perform under Dyer’s open-air canopy. A $135 “carload ticket” allows you to bring up to 8 people in your car. Gates open at 6 pm. dyer.vanderbilt.edu

July 26 – Fetish – The Stage Play

Z. Alexander Looby Theater, 2301 Rosa L. Parks Boulevard. Join us for this high energy show presented by Gosspa Productions. The place is modern day New York City, at the headquarters of Ark Enterprise. As the newly appointed CEO of the company, Solomon follows the precedent set by his beloved father, David Delgado, but that’s until his mother, Mrs. Delgado, is present. There’s a storm brewing between and Solomon and his older brother Max, who has set in motion a plan to gain control of the lucrative family business. This story tells of the transformation that happens when you move further away from what you know is right.

July 26 – Poet’s Corner with Ashley Mintz

Scarritt Bennett Center, Vanderbilt University. Join fellow poetry enthusiasts for a monthly reading by a featured local poet. Free and open to the public. scarrittbennett.org

July 27, 28 – Gulliver’s Travels

Nashville Public Library Children’s Theatre, 615 Church Street. Enjoy enchanting productions, free of charge. Gulliver’s Travels is a classic adventure story by Jonathan Swift involving several voyages of Lemuel Gulliver, who finds himself upon several unknown islands living with people and animals of unusual sizes, behaviors, and philosophies! 30 minutes, showtimes 10:30 am and 11:30 am. For ages 8 and older, but all are welcome. Limited free parking for 1-1/2 hours in the library’s parking garage. nashvillepubliclibrary.org

July 28, 29 – You’re Still Here

4809 Gallatin Pike. The Theater Bug is a children’s theater company, whose actors happen to be children. You’re Still here is a new play written and directed by Cori Anne Laemmel, with original score by Laura & Anthony Matulah. thetheaterbug.org

July 29 – Carnton Sunset Concert Series

Carnton Plantation, 1345 Eastern Flank Circle, Franklin. These historic grounds serve as a unique venue for friends and families to relax and listen to some of the area’s most talented musicians, this month features Resurrection – a Journey Tribute. Gates open at 4 pm, music from 6-8 pm. Tickets may be purchased either in advance or at the door. Food and drinks are available for purchase or bring your own (including alcohol). boft.org

July Art Crawls

Spend your evening at an art crawl! Area galleries offer rare opportunities to view diverse exhibitions featuring many genres of artwork. Some venues present live music, and many serve complimentary wine and light hors d’oeuvres. These monthly gatherings are an opportunity to meet the artists, buy and support their work.

July 6 – Downtown Franklin Friday Art Crawl

Charming shops and galleries, live music and refreshments make Franklin a great place to be 6–9 pm. A $5 unlimited trolley ticket runs all night to take guests from spot to spot. franklinartscene.com

July 7 – Downtown Nashville Saturday Art Crawl

Fifth Avenue of the Arts, Historic Arcade, Eighth Avenue, Broadway. The festive atmosphere and participating venues located along Fifth Avenue of the Arts to the Historic Arcade to Eighth Avenue to Broadway welcome you to experience downtown Nashville as a center for art. Galleries open 6–9 pm, with trolleys making a continuous loop 6–10 pm. nashvilledowntown.com/play

July 7 – Arts & Music at Wedgewood/Houston

Minutes from downtown, Wedgewood/Houston is rich with art and music culture. Check out groundbreaking art from the artist run spaces on Chestnut Street to the commercial galleries on Hagan Street along with popups, beginning at 6 pm. am-wh.com

July 14 – East Side Art Stumble

East Nashville. Galleries, businesses, and studios stretch across the neighborhoods of East Nashville and Inglewood. Saturday event from 6-9, rain or shine. eastsideartstumble.com

July 28 – Jefferson Street Art Crawl

The crawl happens up and down Jefferson, starting at the Garden Brunch Cafe near Rosa Parks and ending at One Drop Ink Tattoo at Jefferson and 28th. The monthly event engages community and highlights art along this historic art corridor as well as the North Nashville Community. facebook.com/jsactn