Non-Country Music Entertainment Options This June in NashvillePosted by Gary Ashton: RE/MAX on Friday, June 1st, 2012 at 9:57am.
There's always something to do in the city of Nashville, in fact there's so much to do that sometimes it can be difficult to pick out what sounds most appealing… It's a classic case of information overload. Fortunately, this article will help you sift through the mass of events taking place throughout the next month in Nashville...Although the CMA Music Festival won't be included because that's just too obvious. However, the following three events you may not have heard about:
Shakespeare Allowed: the Comedy of Errors – In a celebration of arguably the best playwright in history, the Nashville Shakespeare Festival offers anyone who wishes the to attend the opportunity to read through Shakespeare's comedy, The Comedy of Errors, at the Nashville Downtown Library on June 2 at noon. They read a different play on the first Saturday of every month.
Trivia Night – Head over to Red Rooster Bar and Music Hall for Trivia Night every Monday… This is not restricted to just June, but it is an off-the-wall source of entertainment that you may not have heard about.
Park to Sell – Once a month you can pay a visit to the Tennessee Fairgrounds to either buy or sell wares at the Park to Sell event put on by the Tennessee State Fairgrounds. It's exactly what it sounds like… You pay $25 to park your car and sell stuff out of your trunk, or you can come for free and browse what's available.
With the CMA Music Festival, there's no doubt that June is a great time for country music fans all over the world, but even if you're not a country music fanatic you can still have a good time Nashville this June at any of the three events listed above. It's not too hard to stay entertained in Nashville, so hopefully one of these three will give you some ideas.
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