Music City will honor healthcare heroes, first responders and frontline workers with a televised fireworks show from downtown Nashville on July 4th, the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp announced today. There will be no public concert or spectators allowed in parks. A short fireworks display will be set to recorded music by Nashville artists, which will air locally on NewsChannel 5.
Country music superstar Brad Paisley, who was previously scheduled to headline this year’s July 4th event, will instead headline in 2021, giving the community something to look forward to and visitors a reason to book a trip to Nashville next year. Read More
Live for the first time on CMT- Brett Eldredge, Mac McAnally, Jessy Wilson and Dylan Scott Part of Diverse Lineup Read More
Let Freedom Sing! Will Feature One of Nation’s Largest Fireworks Shows
Jobs are available at Nashville area hotels, restaurants, venues, attractions and more. Read More
Even with the flooding prior to New Year’s Eve, the event generated record spending at $23 Million. Read More
Joining the lineup with 2018 CMA Entertainer of the Year winner Urban were Grammy-winning rocker Peter Frampton; Country artist Brett Young, the Academy of Country Music’s New Male Vocalist of the Year; genre-bending rock/pop band Judah & the Lion; critically-acclaimed pop rock singer/songwriter Caitlyn Smith; contemporary soul and rock artist Devon Gilfillian; and the Fisk Jubilee Singers. Read More