Father’s Day is Sunday, June 19. Here’s how you can spend Father’s Day with your dear dad right here in Nashville!
Climb with Dad at The Adventure Park
Dads climb free on Father’s Day from 12 PM to 7 PM at The Adventure Park at Nashville (801 Percy Warner Boulevard). All you have to do is buy one three-hour ticket and get a free one for dad! Reserve your spot here.
Father’s Day Charcuterie Box
Order a Father’s Day charcuterie box from Chef’s Market for $72. The jam-packed box includes crackers, cappicola, chorizo sausage, an assortment of cheeses, and so much more. Find out more here.
BOGO at Puckett’s
In honor of Father’s Day, Puckett’s will offer their annual buy one, get one free deal on all spices, sauces, and marinades. Gift dad with these tasty flavors or order some for yourself and make him a Father’s Day BBQ! Bring the flavors of Puckett’s home with their spicy and original BBQ sauces, all-purpose seasoning, rib and BBQ rub, burger shake, and their house marinade. This deal is only available from Father’s Day through Fourth of July, just in time for your summer grilling. The products are available online and at all Puckett’s locations.
Free Admission to Lane Motor Museum
Lane Motor Museum is horing dad with free admission on Father’s Day! According to their website, these events usually fill up early arrive early to get your spot. Find the full schedule and more information here.
Beers + Record Shopping at Vinyl Tap
Is your dad a vinyl lover? If he spends his evenings listening to music on his record player, bring him for a beer (or two) at Vinyl Tap in East Nashville. They have a great selection of new and used vinyl, craft beer on tap, and some pretty great sandwiches. They’re open from 12 PM to 11 PM on Sundays.
Get Steaks at Serrato’s Steakhouse
Head to Franklin with your pop for a couple of steaks at Serrato’s. They’ve only been open for a year and I keep hearing rave. The Cajun Shrimp Fondue, Filet Duo Topped with Crab & Cajun Lobster Button Sauce, and Apple Cider Bourbon all sound delightful.
Take Him to the American Artisan Festival
Father’s Day is the closing day for the 2022 American Artisan Festival at Centennial Park. “The art and music will be free to enjoy, and for those looking for an elevated experience, the Festival this year will also be offering Patrons Day and Weekend Passes. Patron passes will include a parking pass for the lot closest to the event on 25th avenue, a shaded exclusive food and beverage area, VIP seating for the musical performances, a commemorative poster, and an on-site art advisor available for free private consultations about purchasing art for your home, Father’s Day gifts for Dad, or jewelry for your loved ones or yourself. A portion of proceeds from the Patron Passes will also support Gilda’s Club of Middle Tennessee, a non-profit organization that provides free cancer support services and programs to patients and their families.” Find out more here.
See Classic Cars at Cheekwood
“Cruise into Cheekwood and stroll among impeccably maintained classic cars from the early to mid-twentieth century during this dazzling weekend-long event. Enjoy the sounds of a barbershop quartet, grab a drink from our bar stations and savor tasty fare from local food trucks. Elegant cars from a bygone era shine against the backdrop of Cheekwood’s gardens before the weekend culminates with an 11-mile Tour d’Elegance through the streets of the City of Belle Meade. There is something for everyone, including hands-on activities for the kids, so bring the whole family for the perfect Father’s Day Weekend at Cheekwood.” Get more info, including tickets and a full weekend schedule, on Cheekwood’s website.
Enjoy Jazz on the Cumberland
Jazz on the Cumberland has a special Father’s Day show with Carl Stewart Band. This is a free, family-friendly and pet-friendly event. Just bring a blanket or lawn chair and get settled on the lawn for the show, which happens from 5:30 PM – 8 PM. More details on location and parking are here.