Come out and enjoy one of Nashville’s premier family events, Sports Fest 2017! Enjoy an interactive family experience, where children and parents can play, explore and learn just about everything sport related from experts, athletes and sports leaders. The day long festival includes: demos, an Easter Egg Hunt on the field at Nissan Stadium, inflatables for the kids, our star-studded Speaker Series and more.
Advanced Tickets are $7! Children under 12 are admitted Free
Ticket price will increase the day of the event.
It’s one of the most Egg-citing events of the year! Join the Easter Bunny, as he gets things hopping around the Farm. This annual family tradition features fun games, activities, crafts, baby farm animals and non-stop egg hunts with prize packs for the kids! New this year, journey through the story of Jelly Bean the Unbreakable Egg. It’s a fun way to celebrate the spring season.
Grab your baskets, and HOP on over to Sky Zone Franklin Saturday, April 15 from 8:30 to 10 a.m. for our very first Toddler Time #Easter Egg Hunt! Watch your little ones have a BLAST finding fun filled eggs on our main court, jumping into the foam pit and making Easter crafts galore! This event is only $8 per toddler ages six and under. Buy your tickets online now because we only have 138 spots available.
Head to The Factory at Franklin for a celebration of John Coltrane on April 15th, as Brian T. Cornish performs as part of the Jazz at The Factory series.
Jazz at The Factory celebrates the best local, national and international R&B, Soul, Funk, Jazz, Blues and Gospel music. Presented by DrAlvin.com, MAFIAoZA’S, BIGR Media, Buca de Beppo, City Winery, Flag World, Olivia Olive Oil, Buttermilk Sky Pie and LifeStyle Publications.
Brian T. Cornish is a versatile musician playing both drums and woodwinds. A graduate of University of the Arts in 2015 (M.M. Jazz Studies) and William Paterson University in 2013 (B.M. Jazz Performance), Brian studied with Erik Johnson and John Hvasta on drums, as well as Larry McKenna and Vincent Herring on woodwinds. Brian plays professionally on Soprano saxophone, Alto saxophone, Tenor saxophone, Flute, Clarinet, and Drumset.
Grab the family and go see Sing at the Franklin Theatre on Easter Sunday.
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