“Nashville Dancin’ presented by Dollar General,” marks the return of the city’s free Thursday summer concert series at Nashville’s Riverfront Park.
“The return of the Nashville Dancin’ concert series is great news for Nashville and music fans,” said Nashville Mayor Karl Dean. “The free concerts will be family-friendly and include many top names from a variety of musical genres. Concert-goers will get a chance to enjoy our beautiful riverfront during the shows, which will add energy to our already vibrant downtown. I always say you can never have too much live music in Nashville, and I want to thank Dollar General, Tom Morales, Kaleidoscope Media and all of the great sponsors supporting this event for giving Nashvillians another great reason to come downtown for music.”
“Nashville Dancin’ presented by Dollar General” will feature free Thursday evening shows kicking off June 13 and going through Aug. 1 beginning at 5 p.m. on Nashville’s Riverfront Park. The talent lineup will be announced in May.
Television and radio personality Storme Warren will host several of the shows and the event’s festive atmosphere will be augmented by local Nashville food trucks.
For over a decade, Dancin’ in the District was a Nashville institution, bringing some of the best live music to downtown Nashville and helping to revitalize lower Broadway.
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