From music festivals, car races, history, heritage, food and everything in between. Here’s your guide.
Events for February 18, 2019
In celebration of the anniversary of Tennessee Ernie Ford's 100th birthday, the Birthplace of Country Music Museum will have several objects, photographs, and items of memorabilia on loan from Tennessee Ernie Ford Enterprises and the museum’s collection on display during the entire month of February. This display will supplement the section of the permanent exhibit,Find out more »
Dates: February 14—April 30, 2019 The Volunteer State has been the birthplace of some of the most influential music in the world, illustrated by the Beale Street blues clubs in Memphis, the R&B scene on Nashville’s Jefferson Street, and Knoxville’s Gem Theater. I Have a Voice gives a snapshot of African American Tennesseans’ important contributionFind out more »
Coming February 2019! Reading Appalachia: Voices From Children’s Literature, a new special exhibit coming to the Birthplace of Country Music Museum! Walk through the pages of your favorite storybook in Reading Appalachia: Voices from Children’s Literature, a groundbreaking exhibit on Appalachian children’s books and stories. Sporting life-size characters from Appalachian children’s books, this exhibit looksFind out more »
Morning After Grace By Carey Crim “A big-hearted romantic comedy that tackles love, loss, and second chances.” Angus and Abigail fall into each other’s lives after meeting at a funeral in Florida. Not the first place you’d expect to find romance after clocking plenty of miles on the road of life, but startling surprises comeFind out more »
On Monday, Feb. 18, the award-winning documentary film “306 Hollywood,” which chronicles a journey through the life of two siblings’ late grandmother, based on the objects she left behind, will be shown in the ongoing South Arts Southern Circuit Tour of Independent Filmmakers series. The free film begins at 7 p.m. in the Ball HallFind out more »