Regions Free Day of Music

There’s is nothing we at Nashville for Free enjoy more than some good, free music. That’s why events like this one get us incredibly excited. Yep, it’s the Regions Free Day of Music at the Schermerhorn. There will be free music all day, from 10am-11pm. That’s 13 hours of great music.

And before your eyes glaze over because you think it’s going to be all classical music I should have you know that while there will be plenty of sweet classical music, there will also be gospel, latin, pop/rock, swing, and more. Heck, there are four stages, there’s going to be something good happening at at least one of them at any given moment, possibly four. Yes, I know picking between four stages and performers is difficult, but when you live in Nashville you have to learn to make decisions and sacrifices.

As I’ve already mentioned, the event is this Saturday from 10am-11pm at the Schermerhorn. You can find a full schedule here. I recommend Rumba and Vanderbilt University’s Sankofa African Percussion Ensemble. Don’t ask questions, just go.



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