Nashville spring and summer festivals and events 2022: Things to do

Yoshiko Yap

It’s warming up in Nashville which means that it’s officially festival season! From music to arts and crafts, there’s bound to be an event (or two) for you and your family to enjoy. Many local favorites are returning at full capacity after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. Below is a list of some of the events returning to Middle Tennessee:

Spring Tennessee Craft Fair (May 6-8)– A celebration of American handmade crafts.  Located at Centennial Park. No ticket required.

Attendees can enjoy and purchase unique handmade crafts from American artists. Artists will be in attendance to explain and present their work. There will be food from local vendors as well as activities for kids. 

Boro BBQ Festival (May 7)– An event celebrating everything BBQ. Located at Oaklands Mansion in Murfreesboro. No ticket required.

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