The Nashville Symphony has set the date for the Free Day of Music 2017. The Music City fall tradition happens this October and it’s a family affair.
Nashville’s Free Day of Music is an annual tradition and this year is the 12th year for the family-friendly fun. It happens on Oct. 21 from 10:30AM to 9PM and it’s a full day of unique events. There will be more than 20 performances on four different stages and there will be a variety of music. Everything from jazz and classical to country and rock will get a chance to shine at the Music City event. The Nashville Symphony will kick things off with their own enchanting performance.
Kids can learn about music and instruments in the Instrument Petting Zoo — which is just as cool as it sounds. There will also be food trucks out on One Symphony Place. Stay tuned to the Nashville Symphony’s official website for more information and a full schedule of performers as it becomes available.
Along with the Free Day of Music 2017, the Nashville Symphony has several cool events coming up. On. Nov. 5, they’ll host an acoustic evening with Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt at 7:30PM. Also coming up, they’ve added a second night of The Music of Prince with the Nashville Symphony in early 2018. That happens on Jan. 24 with the symphony, a full band and front man Marshall Charloff. They’ll perform all your favorites including “Little Red Corvette,” “Raspberry Beret,” “Purple Rain, “1999” and “Kiss.”
Rick Springfield will perform with the Nashville Symphony on June 29 of next year. That happens at 8PM and will include some popular hits like “Jessie’s Girl,” “Human Touch,” “Affair of the Heart” and “I’ve Done Everything for You.” This is one night you don’t want to miss.
For more information on Free Day of Music 2017 or any of the Nashville Symphony’s forthcoming events, stay tuned to their website. The symphony also appreciates any support you can give them with either a single donation or monthly recurring gift. Find more ways you can support them here.