5 things to do this weekend in Middle Tennessee: September 13-15

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Posted at 11:31 AM, Sep 12, 2019
and last updated 2019-09-13 14:18:35-04

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — We've launched a community events calendar. You can add your events to our calendar, and you may even see them in our weekly 5 things. Click here for more.

Here's a look at some of the events happening in Middle Tennessee.

AmericanaFest – Nashville
September 10 – 15

The 20th annual AmericanaFest concludes this weekend in Nashville after five days of music. Brandi Carlile became the first woman to win Americana artist of the year at Wednesday night’s awards. $90 wristband are still available for the festival. Click here to see the full lineup.

Green Hills Park Festival – Nashville
Saturday, September 14

Food trucks, beer/wine and a movie – not a bad way to spend a Saturday evening. The Green Hills Park Festival begins at 5 p.m. on Lone Oak Road. Stick around until sundown to see the film “Mary Poppins Returns.”

The event is free.

Celebrate MJ – Mt. Juliet
Saturday, September 14

Mt. Juliet is celebrating all of the things that make the city great this weekend with its "Celebrate MJ" event. The country group Little Texas will perform a free show at Charlie Daniels Park. There will be an antique car show, cornhole tournament and other events. Plus, you could walk away with a free fiddle autographed by Charlie Daniels!

Click here for more information.

Hispanic Heritage Festival – Goodlettsville
Sunday, September 15

National Hispanic Heritage Month begins on Sunday! To kick off the month-long celebration, the 5th Annual Hispanic Heritage Festival is being held in the RiverGate Mall Center Court. The event lasts from 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. There will be music and activities for the whole family.

Click here for details.

International Day Festival – Clarksville
Sunday, September 15

This family-friendly festival celebrates countries and cultures around the world with food and entertainment. This event is hosted and sponsored by the Immaculate Conception Church of Clarksville. It's free but there are $1 food tickets. Tickets can also be used for other purchases (including drinks, kids activities, etc.).

Click here for more information.