Foodies came together for Nashville's largest food and drink festival.
More than 2,500 people filled Public Square Park for Taste of Music City.
The event featured more than 20 different food and drink vendors.
People got to enjoy samples from local restaurants and watch cooking demonstrations.
It was the 15th annual event, and organizers said it has continued to grow in popularity.
“It’s definitely a good time,” said Caroline Reeves, director of the event. “People get to kick off their summer, we have local music, people come out with friends. It is a nice way to come together and try a bunch of different things.”
The event benefited St. Luke's Community House which has helped low income working families and seniors in West Nashville.