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5 things to do this weekend in the mid-state: July 27-28

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Posted at 8:10 PM, Jul 26, 2019
and last updated 2019-07-26 21:10:47-04

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — It's going to be a hot and sunny weekend in the mid-state. Here's are a few fun things to do with your friends or family.

Music City Brewers Festival
According to the festival's website, the 18th Annual Music City Brewer’s Fest is one of the biggest and best beer festivals in the country. It features more than 40 local, regional, national, and imported breweries along with live music. A portion of ticket sales goes to the Nashville Humane Association.
Tickets are $50 - You must be 21 or alder to attend

Storybook Houses at Cheekwood
The Storybook houses at Cheekwood Estate and Gardens features five childhood classics reimagined into playhouses inspired by illustrators such as Dr. Suess, Garth Williams, Beatrix Potter, Maurice Sendak, and Loren Long. The exhibit is included in general admission prices.

3rd Annual Music & Food Festival
Saturday, July 27, 2019
Cadiz, Kentucky
Food and live music will be featured in downtown Cadiz all day. Performers are Steve Shelly, Road Trip Band, 43 RPM, Instant Zeal, Jane Rose & The Dead End Boyz, Hot Dancin'. Xtraordinary Gentlemen.

Movies in the Park-Liberty Park
Clarksville
Saturday, July 27, 20196:30 pm - 10:00 pm
The Grinch will be playing at the summer movies in the park in Clarksville.

Dog Days at the Hermitage
According to the Hermitage website, the new monthly series allows dogs and their humans to enjoy the The Hermitage every last Saturday of the month, from May through November. On Dog Days, visitors can purchase an $8 grounds pass (Members get in FREE!) to walk the grounds, hike the trails and enjoy the preserved natural surroundings and historic 19th-century buildings.