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  • Tomato Art Fest Tomato Art Fest

    Tomato Art Fest

Tomato Art Fest

5-Points East Nashville  |  August 11th & 12th |  tomatoartfest.com/

The Tomato Art Fest was founded by Meg and Bret MacFadyen, owners of East Nashville’s Art and Invention Gallery. In 2004, the gallery hosted an art show celebrating the tomato in late summer, and planned a few neighborhood events to promote the show. The Tomato Art Fest proved so popular that it immediately turned into an annual, signature event for the hip, urban neighborhood of East Nashville.

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East Nashville Farmer’s Market

Shelby Park  |   Wednesday afternoons  May – October   |   eastnashvillemarket.com

Every Wednesday from May 6 through October 28, 3:30-7:00. The East Nashville Farmers Market features organically grown food from local farmers as well as live music, food trucks, and children’s activities.

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  • 906 Burchwood Avenue – SOLD 906 Burchwood Avenue – SOLD

    906 Burchwood Avenue – SOLD

906 Burchwood Avenue – SOLD

East Hill  |  3 Bedroom 2.5 Baths  |   $369,000

Completely Renovated 1930’s Tudor on quiet street in East Nashville.   Hardwood Floors Throughout, Downstairs Master Suite with Large Shower, Separate Tub, Dual Sink Vanity & Walk-In Closet with Built-ins, 2 Bedrooms plus Office Upstairs, Huge Kitchen, Nice Backyard and Deck.

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Celebration of Home Tour

Lockeland Springs   |   December 6-7, 2014  5-9pm, 1-5pm   |   event website

On December 6th from 5:00 PM until 9:00 PM and December 7th from 1:00 PM until 5:00 PM Lockeland Springs celebrates what it means to be at home in East Nashville.  more info >

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Local Fest Nashville

Riverwood Mansion   |   November 15    |    10am-4pm  |    event website

This East Nashville event will feature music from several of Nashville’s favorites including K.S Rhodes, The Get Togethers, Marina Orchestra, Shane Piasecki, Jace Everett, and Trenton.  The daytime festivities include lawn games, artisan tents, local craft brews, food, and locally produced spirits. Patrons can choose to purchase tickets for a “Pop Up” Dinner which includes a 6-course dinner with drink pairings.  

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By |November 12th, 2014|East Nashville, East Nashville News & Events, Nashville Neighborhood Events|Comments Off on Local Fest Nashville
  • 1809 Lakehurst Avenue – SOLD 1809 Lakehurst Avenue – SOLD

    1809 Lakehurst Avenue – SOLD

1809 Lakehurst Avenue – SOLD

Lockeland Springs   |   2 Bedrooms  2  Bathrooms  |   1448 Square Feet   |   $370,000

Little Hollywood!   A perfect fit for this East Nashville buyer.  Little Hollywood is a small neighborhood pocket in Lockeland Springs comprised of 15 Spanish Style cottages built in the 1930′s and 40′s.  This special East Nashville spot is rich in music history once being the home of the Everly Brothers, Marty Robbins, and Larry Hanson to name a few.

By |October 31st, 2014|East Nashville, Lockeland Springs, Recently Sold|Comments Off on 1809 Lakehurst Avenue – SOLD
  • Style Across America: Passing Through Music City Style Across America: Passing Through Music City

    Style Across America: Passing Through Music City

Style Across America: Passing Through Music City

From Esquire

This spring, the editors of Esquire set off on a cross-country journey to discover the best of what the United States has to offer. From style to food and drink and other distinctly American oddities, we scoured this land by car from New York to L.A. Here is a sampling of what we encountered on our journey from Cincinnati, OH, to Nashville TN.

Coming into Nashville from the Kentucky side, with a brief stop at the Corvette Museum to view their sinkhole recovery efforts, you make your way through suburbs and urban sprawl just like you would any other American metropolis. It’s not until you get off the highway that it becomes clear you’ve arrived somewhere special… And in Nashville, even in the labyrinthine sprawl, you find hidden gems. This is a city in which any structure could house a legendary studio or famous band’s practice space, or the ultimate low-key watering hole or an artist’s collective. The community is broad and supportive, allowing creative efforts an environment in which to grow.

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By |July 16th, 2014|12South, 12South News & Events, East Nashville, East Nashville News & Events, Green Hills News & Events, Nashville in the Media|Comments Off on Style Across America: Passing Through Music City
  • East Side Hootenanny East Side Hootenanny

    East Side Hootenanny

East Side Hootenanny

East Park  |    Saturdays, May 24- June 28  |   http://www.eastsidehoot.com/

The East Side Hootenanny is a free, six-week music festival in East Park, featuring local and regional musicians, artisans, and businesses. Each week features the famous and not so famous residents of East Nashville on the main stage along with great food and amazing craft beers!

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  • 906 Burchwood Avenue – COMING SOON 906 Burchwood Avenue – COMING SOON

    906 Burchwood Avenue – COMING SOON

906 Burchwood Avenue – COMING SOON

906 Burchwood Ave  |  4 Bedroom 2 Baths  |   2200 square feet  |   East Hill

East Hill Tudor recently sold to well respected local contractor.  Property will be improved and available for purchase later this year.  Check back soon for more details!

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New York Times: 52 Places to Go in 2014

#15 Nashville, Tenn:  Leather jackets and skinny jeans join cowboy boots.

Country music lovers have long made the pilgrimage to Nashville, but now the city has fast gained cachet among rock fans and foodies. The city’s vibrant scene is home to the Black Keys, Kings of Leon, Jeff the Brotherhood and Diarrhea Planet, who all play in town occasionally. And a youthquake is transforming scruffy neighborhoods like 12South and East Nashville into hipster hubs. New hangouts include Pinewood Social, a bar, restaurant, bowling alley and karaoke joint, and the 404, a restaurant and boutique hotel in a former auto garage. Add to that a thriving culinary scene, exemplified by the Music City Eats Festival, back for a second year in September. And Nashville’s old standbys — like the honky-tonk Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge and the venerable Ryman — are as fun as ever.

— STEVEN KURUTZ

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By |January 13th, 2014|12South, Downtown News & Events, East Nashville, Nashville in the Media|Comments Off on New York Times: 52 Places to Go in 2014