Tuesdays, Fridays & Saturdays – Grand Ole Opry

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Tuesdays, Fridays & Saturdays – Grand Ole Opry

Grand Ole Opry shows are performed every Tuesday, Friday and Saturday in April. Since 1925, country’s best have mesmerized audiences at the Opry, the show that made country music famous. While performances from both legendary entertainers and the latest country music acts are the norm, when you go to the Opry, you’ll also enjoy bluegrass bands, comedy, and more. See the new stars, superstars, and legends of country music on the stage where many of them got their start and some are experiencing the thrill for the very first time. Artists scheduled* to appear this month include Gary Mule Deer, Carly Pearce, Kelsea Ballerini, Dailey and Vincent, Luke Combs, Dustin Lynch, Niko Moon, Charlie Daniels and more! For Opry tickets and information visit or call (615) 871-OPRY. *subject to change

Nashville Cherry Blossom Festival & Walk

Public Square Park, Deaderick Street. This family-friendly celebration of spring and Japanese culture begins with the 2.5-mile Cherry Blossom Walk. Highlights include live Japanese music and dance, martial arts demonstrations, children’s activities, artists, vendors and a variety of Japanese food, including special festival menus from some of Nashville’s favorite food trucks.

Wildflower Hikes

Owl’s Hill Nature Sanctuary, 545 Beech Creek Road. The wildflowers are blooming and spring is here! Come enjoy all the colors this season offers as we hike the trails of Owl’s Hill. See the the spectrum of Nashville spring on this adult only hike.

Thursdays – Opry Country Classics

Beginning at the Opry and later emanating from the historic Ryman Auditorium during the spring season, Opry Country Classics is hosted by Opry member Larry Gatlin and features the country music the world knows best, performed by legends of the genre and the rising stars those legends have influenced. Catch the spring run Thursdays through May 28. For tickets and information, visit or call (615) 871-OPRY.

Tuesdays Through Sundays – TN State Museum Highlights Tours

TN State Museum, 1000 Rosa L. Parks Boulevard. Our free Museum Highlights tour is a great way to see some never-before-seen artifacts and hear some of the great stories of Tennessee history. 2–2:45 pm (except for holidays).

Saturdays & Sundays – The Marketplace

400 Davidson Street. This Marketplace offers a curated list of eclectic artisan, handmade, boutique, vintage, and craft goods and merchandise. They will also have plenty of food, treats, and hot drinks available to please your palette while you shop!

Tuesday Evenings – Tipsy Tour

21c Museum Hotel Nashville, 221 2nd Avenue North. Curious about contemporary art? Learn about our current exhibition, Fragile Figures: Beings and Time. Grab a discounted drink 6–7 pm from the Tipsy Tour menu, and join us in the lobby at 7 pm to explore art with a guided tour.

Nashville Sounds Home Games

First Tennessee Park, 401 Jackson Street. Baseball’s minor league season is fun for the whole family.

The Huckabee Show

30 Music Village Boulevard, Hendersonville. Enjoy news, music, entertainment and fun with former Governor of Arkansas, Mike Huckabee and his special guests! Tickets are free for live shows. For ages 16+. Seating at 6:30 pm. Walk-ins welcome! Register online or call 833-HUCKABEE for more info.

Nashville Farmers’ Market Night Market

900 Rosa Parks Boulevard. Shop and dine with local artisans, restaurants and shops, locally raised meats, freshly baked desserts, seasonal cocktails, craft beer, local wine, and more! All are welcome for live music and family-friendly activities. Free admission, 5–9 pm.

Fairgrounds Speedway

Fairgrounds Speedway, 625 Smith Avenue. Local Racing: Pro Late Models, Limited Late Models, Pure Stocks, Front Runners, Legends. Admission: $12; Senior and Military $10; Ages 6-12 $5; 5 and under free.

Nashville Flea Market

The Fairgrounds Nashville, 625 Smith Avenue. Indoors and outdoors! You’ll find a huge variety of gifts, antiques, collectibles, jewelry, arts and crafts, tools, housewares, handmade clothing, and hundreds of thousands of other items each month. Free admission; parking $5.

Chihuly Nights

Cheekwood Botanical Garden & Museum of Art, 1200 Forrest Park Drive. Chihuly Nights will feature large-scale installations in the gardens of the historic estate. These outdoor installations will include two pieces on the newly accessible Ann & Monroe Carell Jr. Family Sculpture Trail, as well as two new, site-specific works created for this exhibition. Visitors can see the sculptures through a different lens as the sun goes down and the gardens light up for a truly Instagrammable moment from 5–10 pm. Tickets available online only.