Hendersonville Farmers Market

Farmers Market
Everybody loves a farmers’ market, and Hendersonville boasts one of the best around. This year the Hendersonville Farmers Market is celebrating its 10th season of bringing all the best local produce, products, art, baked goods, and more to the heart of Hendersonville, at the Streets of Indian Lake Mall. The... [read more]

Tennessee Honey Festival

Honey Festival
What’s the buzz in Hendersonville? It’s the Tennessee Honey Festival, of course! It’s a day dedicated to the sweet gifts of bees’ labor, and it takes place on Saturday, September 8, in Hendersonville’s Memorial Park. The festival kicks off at 10 a.m. and goes until 5 p.m., and there will... [read more]

Vote Nashville Toyota North For Nashville’s Top Auto Dealer

Vote Nashville Toyota North
Vote Nashville Toyota North the Top Auto Dealer in town! Nashville Scene is on a mission to find the best of Nashville and they need your help. You can help decide what companies best represent the values and people of Nashville in 2018. Help recognize Nashville Toyota North as the... [read more]

Food And Fun For The Family At The Sweet Corn Fest

Is there anything quite as satisfyingly summery as a freshly roasted ear of sweet yellow corn, slathered in butter and bursting with peak-season flavor? How about a festival devoted to this exact pleasure? The Sweet Corn Fun Festival, presented by Lucky Ladd Farms in Eagleville, TN, is a fun-filled event... [read more]

Visit Nashville’s Centennial Park

Family At The Park
If you’re looking for a fun and active way to spend a day enjoying Nashville in the great outdoors, why not visit one of the area’s premier parks? Centennial Park is not just any park. Spanning 132 acres, it features Lake Watauga, the Centennial Art Center, historical monuments, the iconic... [read more]

Cool Off At Wave Country

Water Park
There are only a few foolproof ways to beat the kind of heat Nashville brings in the summertime. If you’re not keen on packing yourself in ice for the duration or camping out next to the air-conditioner until fall finally rolls back around, you’re left with watery pursuits. Public pools,... [read more]

Tomato Art Fest Will Be The Highlight Of Summer

Wild, wacky, whimsical – tomatoey? Whatever words you use to describe it, the annual Tomato Art Fest in East Nashville promises fun for the whole family and an incredible list of entertainment and activities. For 15 years, this two-day celebration has thrilled attendees with everything from art to music to... [read more]

Don’t Miss The Music City Brewer’s Fest

Beer Flights
Whether you’re a brew-aficionado, a beer-loving beast, or a casual sipper of suds, you won’t want to miss one of the biggest and best beer festivals in the country. We’re talking about the Music City Brewer’s Fest, of course, and this year it’s scheduled for July 28 at Nashville’s Walk... [read more]

Embrace History At The Country Music Hall Of Fame

Country music fans all across Tennessee visit the Country Music Hall of Fame to be immersed in the music genre they’ve always loved. Now it’s time for you to pay this museum a visit and embrace the history of country music. With the latest exhibits shedding light on how country... [read more]

Take In America’s Pastime At First Tennessee Park

Baseball Fans
Head out to First Tennessee Park, Nashville’s newest ballpark, and let the whole family have a great time experiencing America’s favorite pastime. Come watch a game, chow down on some delicious ballpark food, and simply enjoy the great atmosphere at First Tennessee Park. History of First Tennessee Park As you may already... [read more]