1. Music in the Grove
WHAT: Music in the Grove, a Brentwood end-of-summer tradition, is a free concert and family festival at East Brentwood Presbyterian Church, co-hosted by East Brentwood Children’s Academy. Families are invited to bring blankets or chairs and enjoy a variety of talented musicians and entertainers. Along with the amazing musical talent, we also have lots of fun activities for the young and young at heart, plus several local food trucks. The lineup includes Zach & Maggie, Nate Strasser & Band, Odessa Settles & The Settles Connection.
WHEN: Saturday, September 7, 2p – 6 p
WHERE: East Brentwood Presbyterian, 9000 Concord Road, Brentwood
2. Southern Hemp Expo 2019
WHAT: It’s the 2nd Annual Southern Hemp Expo – September 6-7, 2019 at the Williamson County AG Expo Park in Franklin. Last year, it was a sold-out expo hall and business conference, with nearly 4,000 total attendees. Join the event and industry leaders from around the world as we see the USA on the threshold of a hemp revolution that is just getting started, yet ready to explode and change the landscape of agriculture and economies across the planet for decades to come.
Buy tickets here.
WHEN: Friday, September 6 – Saturday, September 7, 10 a – 6 p
WHERE: Williamson County Ag Expo Center, 4215 Long Lane, Franklin
3. Bark n’ Splash Bash at Nolensville Recreation Center
WHAT: It’s the second annual Bark n’ Splash event hosted by Williamson County Parks & Rec. This year, they are holding the event at two locations – Spring Hill & Nolensville; however, the Spring Hill event is full. There are a few spots left in Nolensville, though! Find the release and information here.
WHEN: Saturday, September 7, 1 p – 4 p
WHERE: Rec Center at Nolensville, 7250 Nolensville Road, Nolensville
4. Franklin Art Scene
WHAT: The first Friday Art Scene returns to downtown Franklin. During this month’s art scene, visit Gallery 202 where 82-year-old sculptor will debut his art. Also, visit Onyx & Alabaster where Hannah Mooney, wife of Shay Mooney of country duo Dan + Shay will exhibit her artwork.
WHEN: Friday, September 6, 6 p – 9 p
WHERE: Downtown Franklin, Main Street, Franklin
5. Nashville Greek Festival
WHAT: The Nashville Greek Festival offers a rich, multi-sensory experience of Greek hospitality and culture. Savory cuisine, soulful music, lively dancing, and educational tours transform the church grounds at 4905 Franklin Pike into a three-day glendi. Come experience the heritage for yourself and be a part of this year’s Nashville Greek Festival. For over three decades, the Greek Orthodox Christian community has opened its doors to host this landmark cultural event. Spend an afternoon or an evening and they’ll give you a Taste of Greece.
Admission is $3.
WHEN: Friday, September 6 & Saturday, Sept 7 10 a – 9 p and Sunday, Sept 8 11 a – 6 p.
WHERE: Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, 4905 Franklin Road, Nashville