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12/21/2014

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Mon12/22/2014

Christmas Ham & Jam

The Sutler will host “Christmas Ham & Jam,” a holiday

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Tue12/23/2014

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Wed12/24/2014

Wine Down Wednesday

at the Mokara Spa

The Mokara Spa in the Omni Nashville Hotel launched “Wine Down Wednesday.”

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Thu12/25/2014

Capitol Grille Christmas Brunch

Trey Zoeller of Jefferson's will guide you through a tasting of Jefferson's

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Friday

16
January

30A Songwriters Festival




The 30A Songwriters Festival has announced the initial line-up for the 2015 celebration of singers and songs. The 6th annual festival will feature performances by esteemed artists Graham Nash, Indigo Girls, Leon Russell, Jason Isbell, Shawn Mullins, Sara Watkins (Nickel Creek), Glen Phillips (Toad the … More

Saturday

17
January

Stars for Wishes




Save the Date for January 17, 2015! Mark your calendars now for the third annual Stars for Wishes event on Saturday, January 17, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel Presidential Ballroom! The evening will include a celebrity guest chef, performances by Gary Allan and Jonathan Cain, and … More

Tuesday

20
January

Music in the City 2015




Nashville Lifestyles' 11th Annual Music in the City featuring performances by Nashville's top up-and-coming artists Presented by City National Bank Tuesday, January 20, 2015 Doors open at 5:30, performances begin at 6 p.m. Barlines in the Omni Nashville Artists to Include: Danielle … More

Saturday

24
January

GJCC Big Night Out




Big Night Out is the Gordon Jewish Community center (GJCC)'s largest annual fundraiser. It will be an evening filled with exciting casino games, dinner, drinks and Vegas style entertainment! The fun, lively night is to celebrate the very important work of the GJCC, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization … More

Friday

30
January

Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville




The Antiques & Garden Show of Nashville combines spectacular gardens, fine antiques, and horticultural items into one outstanding three-day show. Located in the Music City Center in vibrant downtown Nashville, the show’s 150+ exhibitors, renowned experts and fabulous gardens make it … More

Thursday

30
April

Savor Nashville




Savor Nashville 2015 Presented by Nashville Lifestyles and J.M. Thomason Seasonings and Spices Celebrity Chef Dinner in conjunction with the Celebrity Chef Tour Thursday, April 30th Hutton Hotel Cocktail Hour 6pm Dinner served promptly at 7pm Featuring a multitude of James Beard award-winning … More

Other Events

Monday

22
December

Christmas Ham & Jam




The Sutler will host “Christmas Ham & Jam,” a holiday supper and show, on December 22 and 23. This all-ages event will include a three-course meal and a holiday-themed performances by The Farmer & Adele with special guests, audience caroling and dramtic readings of Christmas classics. … More

Monday

22
December

Joy - An Irish Christmas




Returning for 2014 with new songs, more instruments and a few surprises, Joy - An Irish Christmas is a celebration of the birth of Christ with traditional carols, modern hymns, and Irish folk music. Join Keith and Kristyn Getty and their band of Irish and bluegrass virtuosos for this annual Nashville … More

Wednesday

24
December

Wine Down Wednesday




The Mokara Spa in the Omni Nashville Hotel launched “Wine Down Wednesday.” Every Wednesday now through the end of the year, guests/locals can book the “Wine Down” offer for $99, which includes a cocktail/mocktail and a 50-minute spa treatment of their choice. They may choose … More

Thursday

25
December

Capitol Grille Christmas Brunch




Trey Zoeller of Jefferson's will guide you through a tasting of Jefferson's Bourbon while the culinary team, led by Chefs Tyler Brown, Andrew Klamar, and Richard Neal, pair cuisine that highlights the best of the season.   … More

Tuesday

30
December

Music City Bowl




Nashville's annual post-season Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl will be December 30 at 2 p.m. at LP Field. The 2014-15 season will mark a new era in college football with the introduction of the College Football Playoff. The Bowl game will kick off a new era as well. The 17th annual Franklin … More

Wednesday

31
December

Wine Down Wednesday




The Mokara Spa in the Omni Nashville Hotel launched “Wine Down Wednesday.” Every Wednesday now through the end of the year, guests/locals can book the “Wine Down” offer for $99, which includes a cocktail/mocktail and a 50-minute spa treatment of their choice. They may choose … More

Wednesday

31
December

A Nashville Symphony's New Year's Eve




Join us and celebrate the most joyful night of the year with your incredible Nashville Symphony, plus two vocalists and a piano soloist as they perform festive favorites by Gershwin (“I Got Rhythm,” “Embraceable You,” “Rhapsody in Blue”), along with traditional Viennese … More

Wednesday

31
December

Totally Rad: NYE 3D @ The Greenhouse




  “Totally Rad NYE 2015”  is a unique New Year\'s eve concert/ party held at The Greenhouse in the heart of Green Hills. This is a fully interactive 3D experience and Nashville\'s first 3D dance party! Performing this year: Wildcub (Dj set) Jung Youth, Diamond … More

Wednesday

31
December

One Ticket, Four Parties




M Street Entertainment Group is throwing their annual New Years Eve Bash, One Ticket, Four Parties. With the purchase of one ticket, you have access to Whiskey Kitchen, Virago, Saint Anejo, and The Rosewall. Complementary Champagne toast at midnight, Dj\\\'s, Dancing, ballon drop, red carpet … More

Saturday

03
January

A Spasm of Accommodation




Harry Underwood, a self-taught, internationally collected painter living in Nashville, Tennessee. This will be Underwood's first exhibition of new work in two years, in conjunction with a show of his past works at the Belcourt Theatre in Hillsboro Village. … More

Monday

05
January

Father Ryan vs. Pearl-Cohn - 50th Anniversary Game




  Father Ryan High School’s basketball teams will face Pearl-Cohn High School at the Municipal Auditorium on January 5, 2015, commemorating the first match between Father Ryan and Pearl High School in 1965. Referred to as “the game that changed the South,” the contest between … More

Saturday

17
January

13 Most Beautiful Songs




13 Most Beautiful 
Songs for Andy Warhol's Screen Tests Featuring Dean and Britta Andy Warhol is widely regarded as one of the most important artists of the second half of the 20th century. His Screen Tests are revealing portraits of hundreds of different individuals—both famous and anonymous—who … More

Monday

19
January

Tina Barney: The Europeans




Tina Barney: The Europeans presents a selection of 21 sumptuous photographs from the artist’s larger body of work by the same name. With an eye for detail, composition and color, American photographer Tina Barney creates images renowned for their seductive beauty and poignant insight. Between … More

Friday

23
January

Florencia En El Amazonas




Inspired by the writings of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, this ravishingly beautiful romantic opera is an examination of love in all of its joys and folly. In 1910 7 people board a small steamboat for a voyage down the Amazon River toward an unexpected jubgle paradise. But soon the characters find themselves … More

Friday

30
January

6th Annual Shades of Pink




Spend a fun-filled evening with TBCC while we celebrate breast cancer survivors! The occasion with offer entertaining live music, a fabulous silent auction, a delicious dinner, and fun dance instruction featuring dances from different eras. All proceeds from Shades of Pink will be directed to our Emergency … More

Tuesday

03
February

Kinky Boots the Musical




Kinky Boots is the exhilarating Broadway musical that will lift your spirits to new high-heeled heights! Winner of six Tony Awards including Best Musical, this inspirational story follows a struggling shoe factory owner who works to turn his business around with help from Lola, a fabulous entertainer … More

Thursday

12
February

Valentine's Day Open House




Join us for our Valentine's Day Open House here at Travellers Rest Plantation. Open to engaged couples - Free to brides & grooms booked with Travellers Rest and only $18 per couple not booked at Travellers Rest. Our event will take place Thursday, February 12, 2015 5:30PM - 7:30PM in our modern-day … More

Friday

13
February

Houghton Hall




This exhibition showcases the renowned collection of Old Master paintings, furniture, porcelain, sculptures, costume and decorative arts from Houghton Hall, one of England’s finest country estates. Located in Norfolk, one hundred miles northeast of London, Houghton Hall was built in the early … More

Friday

13
February

Nashville Balllet: Attitude




Push the boundaries of classical ballet during an insirational evening of thought-provoking contemporary works. Back by popular demand, choreographer Gina Patterson revives... but the flowers have yet to come, her 2013 creation with Matthew Perryman Jones and Emily Leonard.  … More

Saturday

14
February

Nashville Ballet: Peter and the Wolf




Swing open the meadow gate to join Peter and his friends as their fun-loving antics are disruped by a hungry wolf, catapulting them on an unforgettable adventure! The story comes to life with pop-up book style sets created by Nashville artist Norris Hall, performed with live music and narration.&nbs… More

Tuesday

17
February

Joseph the Musical




One of the most enduring shows of all time, Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber's Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat is the irresistible family musical about the trials and triumphs of Joseph, Israel's favorite son. Directed and choreographed by Tony Award-winner Andy Blankenbuehler, … More

Saturday

21
February

Avant Garde Mad Hatters Ball




Join Nashville CARES for an evening of irony, disguise, laughter, revelry and fundraising as we present the 2015 Avant Garde Mad Hatters Ball. From top hats to fascinators, the perfect hat can make a statement like no other, so choose wisely as you take part in this one-of-a-kind form of fundraising … More

Friday

27
February

Telling Tales




Telling Tales assembles paintings and sculptures from the collection of the New-York Historical Society that recount stories relating to American cultural aspirations and everyday life in the early to mid-nineteenth century. The sections, including the thematic groupings History Painting; Scenes of … More

Tuesday

10
March

Pippin the Musical




Join us… for this magical, unforgettable production The New York Times declared “Astonishing!  A Pippin for the 21st Century.” The 2013 Tony Award winner for Best Musical Revival is back for the first time since it thrilled audiences 40 years ago. With a beloved score by Tony … More

Thursday

12
March

Death Of A Salesman




With its 1949 Broadway opening, Death of a Salesman struck a chord with audiences, and each generation since has embraced the play as an expression of their own struggle to achieve the American dream. In this Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning drama, Arthur Miller redefined the tragic hero in Willy … More

Thursday

12
March


The Language of the Future




Laurie Anderson is one of America’s most renowned – and daring – creative pioneers. She is globally recognized as a groundbreaking leader in the use of technology in the arts. While known primarily for her multimedia presentations, Anderson has also cast herself in roles as varied … More

Saturday

14
March

Pi Day




On Pi Day 2015, OZ Arts brings together visual art, live performance, and discussion with a focus on the connections of science, technology, engineering, art, and math. OZ Arts will showcase the conceptual artworks of multiple visual artists including its founder, Cano Ozgener, whose Pi Synesthesia … More

Monday

30
March

T.J. Martell Honors Gala




The T.J. Martell Foundation, supporting Leukemia, Cancer and AIDS Research proudly announces their 2015 Honorees. Steve and Judy Turner receive the Spirit of Nashville Award; Dr. Jeffrey Balser, the Medical Research Advancement Award; Bill and Billy Ray Hearn, the Frances Preston Lifetime Music Industry … More

Thursday

09
April

Vanya And Sonia And Masha And Spike




In this 2013 Tony Award-winner for Best Play, Christopher Durang takes characters and themes from Chekhov, pours them into a blender, and serves them up dry as only this master of comedy can. Classic Chekhovian themes of loss and longing are given utterly hilarious (and occasionally touching) twists. … More

Thursday

09
April

The Pirates of Penzance




Join the adventures of the merry Pirates of Penzance, as Nashville Opera presents this classic favorite from the masters of comedy, Gilbert and Sullivan. The Pirates of Penzance features all the clever wordplay and wonderful music that the musical duo is known for, along with the unforgettable characters … More

Thursday

23
April

South Walton Beaches Wine & Food Festival




South Walton Beaches Wine and Food Festival features more than 800 wines, an expanded culinary village and dozens of celebrity winemakers, pouring the wines they make. Past years’ participants include Peter Mondavi, Jr., Christina Mariani-May of Banfi wines, Chef Norman Van Aken and Chef … More

Friday

24
April

Nahville Ballet: A Midsummer Night's Dream




Set in a fairy world, with costumes and scenery by Nashville Ballet's Peter Pan designer Campbell Baird, follow Puck through a family friendly comedy of errors, as mischief reigns and entangled love runs wild in Shakespeare's classic tale.  … More

Wednesday

06
May

Golfing for Girls




The 21st Annual Golfing for Girls Tournament benefitting Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee will be held on Wednesday, May 6, 2015 at Belle Meade Country Club. Sponsorship and team entries are available. Contact Rebecca Anderson at randerson@gsmidtn.org for more information.    … More

Sunday

10
May

Nashville Ballet: Clowns and Others




Clown around with us and follow frolicking dancers through a series of sweet, silly encounters that will leave you giggling in the aisles. This whimsical ballet is perfect for even the youngest budding arts afictionados and the young at heart.  … More

Thursday

14
May

Nashville Ballet: Emergence




Three choreographic voices, selections from American composer Paul Moravec, live music from ALIAS Chamber Ensemble, and vocal collaboration from choral group Portara Ensemble combine to create three new works that will premiere in Emergence. Banning Bouldin- Specializing in contemporary … More

Tuesday

26
May

Newsies the Muscial




They delivered the papers, until they made the headlines… Direct from Broadway comes Newsies, the smash-hit, crowd-pleasing new musical from Disney. Winner of the 2012 Tony Awards for Best Score and Best Choreography, Newsies has audiences and critics alike calling it “A MUSICAL … More

Friday

05
June

Italian Style: Fashion Since 1945




Italian Style: Fashion Since 1945 chronicles the birth and growth of the Italian fashion industry from the post-World War II recovery years to present day. Based on new archival research, this elegant and comprehensive exhibition explores the development of both womens and menswear and highlights key … More

Friday

05
June

Jaume Plensa: Sculptures




This exhibition is composed of three large-scale works, exemplifying different aspects of Jaume Plensa’s oeuvre. Plensa creates figurative sculptures from such materials as steel, bronze, alabaster and synthetic resin. His idealized faces and figures reflect timeless philosophical queries about … More

Saturday

20
June

NISSAN Taste of Music City




Now in its 13th year, the NISSAN Taste of Music City is an all inclusive, one price admission food tasting extravaganza! This year there will be approximately 2,500 people in attendance to enjoy food, wine, and beer with a focus on local flavors. … More

Friday

26
June

Postcards of the Wiener Werkstätte




From 1903 to 1932 the Wiener Werkstätte (Vienna Workshop), a cooperative for artists and artisans founded by members of the larger Vienna Secession movement, produced postcards, textiles, jewelry, ceramics and other high-quality wares, with the goal of designing every aspect of daily life to create … More

Friday

09
October

Guido van der Werve




Dutch artist Guido van der Werve creates films that juxtapose elements of grace and absurdity, often to whimsical and unsettling effect. In this exhibition, filmed performances of classical dance and music—which have a refined quality of timelessness and traditional refinement—are set in … More

Friday

09
October

Ink, Silk, and Gold




Ink, Silk, and Gold, presents nearly one hundred works of Islamic art spanning the eighth to the 21st-centuries from the impressive collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. This exhibition offers a chronological and regional story of the dynamic and complex artistic traditions originating from … More

Friday

30
October

Phantom Bodies




Phantom Bodies, the third in a series of exhibitions about the human body conceived and organized by Frist Center Chief Curator Mark Scala, includes provocative artworks that address themes of trauma and loss, but also affirm the enduring force of the human spirit by conveying material traces, shadow … More

Friday

30
October

Michelangelo: Sacred and Profane




Michelangelo: Sacred and Profane, Masterpiece Drawings from the Casa Buonarroti offers an intimate view into the hand and mind of Michelangelo Buonarroti, one of the greatest masters of the history of Western art. Twenty-five carefully selected drawings attest to the versatile artist’s activities … More