March 2020 Guide to Family Events in Nashville


Spring is coming! We promise! If you’re like us, you’re ready to get outside and feel the sun on your skin. Nashville comes to life when the weather turns warm, and we can’t wait! Here are some events to help fill your calendar this month, and remember to check out our Spring Break Camp Guide! (Always verify event details.)


The Nashville Soccer Club
The Nashville Preds

Adventure Science Center

March 1st, 28th & 29th: Maker Lab
March 7th: Sensory Friendly Show
March 7th: Chuck Bradley Group Percussion
March 7th: Superpower Dogs
March 13th: Ernesto Lago with stringed instruments
March 14th: Second Saturday
March 14th: Evolution of the Piano
March 18th: National Museum of African American Music
March 19th: Lee Wineland with guitar and piano
March 20th: Craig Duncan on the hammered dulcimer
March 21st: Big Head Cartoon
March 25th: Intersection
March 27th: Joe Turley and piano science
March 28th: Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves
March 28th: Family Fun Lab
March 28th: Hen House Anniversary Concert

Bridgestone Arena

March 4th: Post Malone
March 6th & 7th: Dan + Shay
March 11th – 15th: SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament
March 17th: Preds and Threads
March 20th: 2020 College Tournament Basketball Watch Party
March 25th: Nick Cannon’s MTV Wild N’ Out
March 27th: Billie Eilish

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!

Multiple dates: Family Programs (Various topics of focus)
March 6th, 13th, 20th & 27th: Hatch Show Print Block Party
March 6th: Spring Break Fun!

Festivals, Block Parties, Concerts, and Special Events 

March 1st: Nashville Flea Market
March 3rd: Sushi Rolling Class
March 7th: Cheekwood in Bloom kicks off!
March 9th: Parthenon Symposium: The Tennessee Suffrage Monument with Founder, Alma Sanford
March 14th & 15th: Music City Irish Fest
March 14th: St. Patricks Day Race
March 24th – 28th: Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival
March 27th – 29th: Nashville Flea Market
March 28th: Food Truck Feast
March 28th: SportsFest
March 28th: Crustaceans in the Nations Crawfish Boil

Fort Negley

March 7th: Weed Wrangle
March 14th: Fossil Finders
March 17th: Nashville Civil War Roundtable

Frist Art Museum

Various Dates: Music at the Frist
March 9th: Family Monday
March 12th: Art After Dark
March 12th: Workshop: Drop-In Drawing
March 12th: Teen ARTlab
March 12th: Educator SPARK Evening
March 15th: Jazz on the Move
March 16th: Senior Mondays
March 22nd: Frist Member Monday

Grand Ole Opry

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

The Hermitage

March 1st: In Their Footsteps Tours
March 15th: President Jackson’s 253rd Birthday
March 31st: Yoga at The Hermitage

Nashville Ballet

March 26th: 72 Steps
March 28th: Carnival of the Animals
March 29th: Family Day at the Ballet

Nashville Symphony

March 6th & 7th: Appalachian Spring
March 8th: Ruben Studdard
March 12th – 14th: Celtic Journey
March 14th: The Gold Rush (Family Series)
March 19th – 21st: Beethoven’s Pastoral Symphony
March 22nd: Kool and The Gang
March 24th: Judy Collins
March 26th – 28th: Disco Fever

The Nashville Zoo

March 1st: Teddy Bear Clinic
March 8th: Savage Series Fitness Class
March 19th: Writers for Rhinos

Ryman Auditorium

Various Dates: Opry Country Classics
March 1st: Josh Gates Live!
March 2nd: Collective Soul
March 3rd: George Thorogood & The Destroyers
March 6th: Ruston Kelly
March 7th: Bob Weird and Wolf Bros
March 8th: Fisk Jubilee Singers
March 11th: Scotty McCreery
March 14th: Coin
March 18th: Ben Rector
March 20th: Nathaniel Rateliff
March 21st: Brian Regan
March 22nd: King of the Road: Celebrating the Music of Roger Miller (Opry House)
March 22nd: Sidewalk Prophets Great Big Family Reunion
March 25th: Cam
March 27th: The Cadillac Three
March 28th: Dashboard Confessional
March 29th: Alan Parsons Live Project


March 7th: Diary of a Wombat
March 24th & 25th: The Price is Right LIVE
March 26th – April 5th: Mary Poppins
March 27th – 29th: The Color Purple

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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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