NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — It's Memorial Day Weekend and if you are staying in Middle Tennessee for the holiday, there is certainly plenty to do!
Nashville Shores is officially open and this weekend they will be celebrating Memorial Day with fireworks and plenty of fun in the sun.
This weekend only, those who have served in the Armed Forces can purchase tickets for just $24.99 plus tax.
The Shores will be open from 10a.m. to 7p.m. all weekend, including Memorial Day and fireworks will be begin at dark, around 8:45p.m. on Sunday.
You can learn about admission prices here.
At the Opryland Resort Nashville Palace, you can attend the Nashville Boogie Vintage Weekender which featured music, fashion, parties, and more, all in the spirit of Mid-Century America.
There will be 5 stages, 80 performances, an outdoor car show, a pinup pageant, and a performance by the B-52s.
TIcket costs range from $25-$135.
Live music will be played on the water at Mitchell Creek Marina in Allons, TN.
Those who attend are encouraged to pack a picnic and come sit by the lake to listen to the bluegrass music and spend time meeting others from the area.
You can learn more here.
If you are a fan of eating pork and drinking wine, there is no finer place to be this weekend than in Hampshire, TN.
With live music, barbecue, and plenty of wine, you can have the most decadent picnic of your life when you visit the Natchez Hills Vineyard.
Doors open at 3p.m. on Saturday and music will begin at 4 p.m.
Dogs and kids are welcome!
The Clarkville Downtown Market has a little bit of everything so that no matter who you are, you can find something to enjoy.
Live music, fine food, and plenty of shopping are just a few of the reasons to check out this market.
Attend the market on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.