February 2020 Guide to Family Events in Nashville


Well this year just keeps moving! We are here with our February event guide and we hope that it helps fill these last weeks of Winter! As always, please verify event details prior to heading out.


The Nashville Soccer Club
The Nashville Preds

Adventure Science Center

soundBox Live Concert series (various artists & various dates)
February 8th: Second Saturday
February 8th: Sensory Friendly Show
February 8th: Canine Officer Program with the NPD
February 14th: Romance in the Stars
February 15th: Heart Dissection Lab
February 16th & 22nd: Maker Lab
February 22nd: Engineering Lab
February 22nd: Art Project with Little Art House
February 23rd: Adult Member Maker Training
February 29th: TWISTER
February 29th: MAD Bash (21+)

Arrington Vineyards

February 14th – 16th: Valentine’s Day Celebration

Bridgestone Arena

February 6th – 9th: Cirque du Soleil
February 10th: All For the Hall
February 14th: Tyler Perry
February 15th: Premier Boxing Champions
February 19th: The Lumineers
February 23rd: Sesame Street Live
February 28th: RnB Rewind (various artists)

Country Music Hall Of Fame

The Country Music Hall Of Fame is a busy place! In addition to the events listed here, make sure to check out the dates for their exhibits, Creative Zones, and concerts!

February 1st: Songwriter Session
February 1st, 5th: Family Program: Songwriting Tune-up
February 2nd: Family Program: Hatch Show Print Art
February 3rd & 10th: Hatch Show Print Block Party
February 8th: Family Program: Songwriting 101
February 15th: Paint a Stardust set of Valentines
February 22nd: Family Program: Perk up your Pics
February 29th: Community Pop-up: Musical Petting Zoo

Festivals, Block Parties, Concerts, and Special Events 

February 8th & 9th; 15th & 16th: The Marketplace in East Nashville
February 9th: National Pizza Day
February 15th: Music City Yoga Festival
February 16th – 22nd: East Nashville Restaurant Week
February 21st – 23rd; 28th & 29th: Nashville Flea Market

Fort Negley

February 8th: Fossil Finders
February 29th: Community Day

Frist Art Museum

Music at the Frist: Various Dates
Through February 9th: Multi-District School Art Show
February 10th: Family Monday
February 17th: Senior Monday
February 20th: Frist After Dark
February 20th: Workshop: Drop-in Drawing
February 20th: Educator Spark Evening

Grand Ole Opry

Remember to check out the lineup at this historic venue, y’all!

The Hermitage

February 7th: Homeschool Day
February 8th: Preserving Your Family History
February 14th – March 1st: In Their Footsteps Tours
February 17th: President’s Day at The Hermitage
February 29th: Black History Month Memorial Service

Nashville Ballet

February 6th: Carnival of the Animals
February 14th – 16th: Other Voices
February 20th: Little Cloud Story Time

Nashville Symphony

February 6th – 9th: Star Wars in Concert: Return of the Jedi
February 13th: Boudleaux & Felice Bryant Centennial Celebration
February 14th: Valentine’s with Patti LaBelle
February 18th: Bass Showcase
February 19th: Nashville Symphony & City Winery present: Wine and Woodwinds
February 20th – 23rd: Beethoven’s Birthday Bash
February 28th: Dee Dee Bridgewater & Bill Charlap

The Nashville Zoo

February 8th: Zoo Run Run
February 9th: Savage Series Fitness Class
February 9th: Great Backyard Bird Count
February 23rd: Climbing For Clouds
February 29th: Teddy Bear Clinic

Ryman Auditorium

February 5th: Troy Gentry Foundation
February 6th & 7th, 15th & 16th: Tyler Childers
February 8th & 9th: The Beach Boys
February 11th: Calexico and Iron & Wine
February 14th: The Wood Brothers
February 16th: Dancing With The Stars Live
February 19th: Grace Potter
February 23rd: Dermot Kennedy
February 26th: Opeth
February 27th – 29th: Tedeschi Trucks Band


February 4th – 9th: My Fair Lady
February 6th-23rd: A Streetcar Named Desire
February 11th – 16th: Blue Man Group
February 12th – 15th: Kid’s Night on Broadway: Blue Man Group
February 22nd: Rodney Carrington
February 28th – 29th: Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater


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Torrey Swan
When I moved to Nashville when I was 11, I never knew how deep my roots would run here! I attended Belmont University (Go Bruins!) where I met my husband David. We were married in 2008, and 4 months later, he was off to Iraq for a year. A couple of years after he returned home, we had our first daughter, Madeline, who is a lively redhead that keeps us on our toes! Any and all rumors you've ever heard about the nature of redheads are in fact true. Our second little girl, Violet, was born in July of this year and is the sweetest little addition. Before having children, I worked as a pediatric nurse for 7 years, and last year worked at two Williamson County high schools as a Health Science teacher. I will once again be staying home with the birth of our second daughter. I am new to the world of blogging, but look forward to the experience of getting to share stories, tips and advice with other local moms!


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