Four Nashville Must-Attend Summer Events

Four Nashville Must-Attend Summer Events

With summer quickly approaching, and almost 100 people moving to Nashville every day, 505 Nashville is excited to be on the pulse of downtown. Now leasing, and located in the heart of Nashville, 505 offers new and exciting apartment living with Nashville’s most famous restaurants, venues and more within walking distance. Since we’re excited to officially join the neighborhood, we’ve compiled is a list of the four downtown must-attend summer events to enjoy this summer, and let’s be honest, you can never have too much fun in the sun:

1. CMA Fest- June 8-11, 2017


CMA Music Festival

Thousands of people flock to downtown Nashville every summer for the best four days of music a country fan could ask for… Live concerts, meet and greets, and autograph signings are just a few of the many attractions to experience during the CMA Music Festival. Nissan Stadium is jam-packed each night with famous artists performing all your favorite songs. End the night with a view of fireworks throughout the Nashville skyline and say hello to country music’s favorite event. Experience CMA Fest this year, and come live it with us next! At 505, you’ll only be steps

away from your favorite artists and their incredible performances. To find more information click here .


2. Taste of Music City- June 17, 2017


Taste of Music City

In the mood for a non-stop ride of the best food and drink Music City has to offer? Look no further. Taste of Music City, Nashville’s largest food and drink festival, is back downtown in Public Square Park this summer to celebrate its 15th year. Enjoy some of Nashville’s finest restaurant fare and tasty drinks to keep you cool all day long. Expect classic Americana cuisine from Sinema, modern cocktails from Sambuca, a beer garden selection from Von Elrod’s, Burger Republic’s delicious black angus beef burgers, and so much more. We suggest you save room for dessert and satisfy your sweet tooth with a variety of bundt cakes from Nothing Bundt Cakes. Watch as Nashville’s top chef’s cook on-site and, of course, listen to free live music from some amazing local artists. To find more information, click here .


3. Let Freedom Sing 4th of July Celebration- July 4, 2017


4th of July

Where else can you find live music, family-fun activities, good food, AND fireworks? With more than a thousand submerged fireworks, fired from Nissan Stadium and Cumberland Park, Nashville has the largest firework display in the country. There really is no better place to celebrate America’s birthday than the biggest party in Music City. Enjoy a lineup including Chris Young, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Jonny P, The Sisterhood, and the Grammy-winning Nashville Symphony, among many others. This party will be HUGE, with an estimate of 215,000 people, so you definitely don’t want to miss out. What better way to celebrate the good old U.S.A. than by walking from Nashville’s tallest building? 505 is a hop, skip, and a jump away from all the excitement. To learn more about this epic event, click here .




4. Tomato Arts Fest- August 11-12, 2017


Tomato Festival

For the 14th consecutive year, the Tomato Arts Fest returns to Nashville and it is bigger and better than ever before. Located in Historic East Nashville’s Five Points, this fun-filled day is for all ages and there is no shortage of yummy experiences to be found. Founded by the owners of East Nashville’s Art and Invention Gallery, this festival has now become a signature event for the hip, urban neighborhood. We know, we know…You’re going to have to cross the river for this one, but we couldn’t help it. With parades, contests, art shows, music and more, sometimes you have to hop across the Cumberland to see what the fuss is about! Click here to find more information about this annual event.