It’s been an amazing ride, but it might be time to face the fact summer has come to an end. How, you wonder? Well, Labor Day, the unofficial end of summer is right around the corner, which means that there is still reason to be happy. Even though everyone’s favorite season is coming to an end, Nashville residents are going to end it with a bang! If you don’t know what we mean, our limo Nashville specialists have decided to compile a list of some of the most exciting events going down this Labor Day weekend in Nashville. Since this is the Music City, we have decided to stick strictly to musical events, and we hope they come in handy in helping you make a final summer stand.
It’s the final weekend of summer and everyone is bound to be out and about trying to make the most of it; traffic is therefore bound to be packed and finding parking spaces will equally be a nightmare. Employing the services of the professional chauffeurs of the best limo service Nashville has to offer will enable you and your companions to escape the hassles of navigating this heavy traffic and finding parking spaces at any one of these amazing music events in the Music City.
The 10th Annual Summer Concert Series
The 10th Annual Summer Concert Series is set to go down on Thursday the 30th of August between 6 and 9 pm. Head over to Indian Lake Boulevard in Hendersonville and enjoy a night of Electric Jazz with your friends. We recommend that you bring a blanket and some loan chairs and settle in for a few hours of entertainment at this family-friendly, free-for-all, event.
The Musician Hall of Fame and Museum
The Musician Hall of Fame is set to be open every day from now until the 31st of December and if you haven’t been here, as a music lover, there is really no better way to end your summer in Nashville. The museum offers guests interactive exhibits, audio/video recordings, and impressive artifacts sourced from some of the greatest artists of all time including the legendary Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan, the Red-Hot Chili Peppers, Frank Sinatra, and many more.
Grand Ole Opry
Join this 90-year-old Nashville tradition this Labor Day weekend between the 31st of August and the 1st of September for only $40 per head. At this event, you will get to enjoy live performances by surprise country music acts, so you might even get to see some of your favorite artists there. Some of the most renowned artists who have performed at this legendary stage include the likes of Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline, Hank Williams, and many more. Although the event was created to be a country music platform, over time the stage has evolved to accommodate contemporary artists from all genres of music as well. So, don’t shy away if you are not a country music fan.