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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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  • 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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  • The Thirth of July The Thirth of July

    The Thirth of July

The Thirth of July

Each year, on the third of July, East Nashville shuts down North 12th Street between Ordway and Calvin for a huge block party that brings out hundreds of friends and neighbors.

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Nashville B Cycle

“Nashville has 22 B-stations, with more to come, dispersed throughout the city for opportune use by residents and visitors alike. Lunch dates, shopping trips, meetings, or a quick ride for fresh air can now be accomplished with no emissions, no gas, no traffic, and no hassle. After all, what better alternative fuel than you? If you are an annual member, B-cycle tracks your miles traveled, carbon offset and how many calories you have burned – this info is posted in your account profile…”

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  • East Park East Park

    East Park

East Park

700 Woodland Street   |    Nashville, TN 37206   |    http://www.nashville.gov/Parks-and-Recreation/

 

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