Monday, September 3, 2007

End of Summer Labor Day Blast


To celebrate Labor Day, Metro Nashville Parks is sponsoring End of Summer Labor Day Blast at Centennial Park today. In addition to food and beverages, a few art booths and activities for children, the event also features two stages with performances by a number of country artists including Pam Tillis, Whiskey Run, Luke Bryan and Diamond Rio. Pictured above are Buffalo K (left) and Frenchy of Cowboy Envy. Along with the group's third member, Too Short, these gals write and perform western(cowboy?) music.

A side note: Almost every week, there is something going on in one or more parks in Nashville. Many have concerts, dances, festivals, craft fairs, and more. It's nice to see that the parks really are for the people of the area!

3 comments:

lv2scpbk said...

It's a great time of the year to go to fairs and arts festivals.

Rambling Round said...

Nashville is such a fun, musical city! Haven't been there in a while, though.

Steve Buser said...

Nashville is such and alive place. Been a few years since I was last through there. But I have memories of all the fun things we found to do there.
--steve buser
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