The prestigious Nashville Symphony will perform a free concert for the community on the lawn of the Montgomery County Downtown Commons on Sept. 6.
Beginning at 6 p.m., the community can participate in an Instrument Petting Zoo hosted by the Nashville Symphony. An Instrument Petting Zoo is a time when guests can go from instrument to instrument, touching and playing with them, just like we would with animals in a petting zoo! Following, at 7 p.m., the community will have the opportunity to listen to some of the country’s most talented musicians, the Nashville Symphony! The Nashville Symphony will have over 60 musicians in attendance to make this the best yet! Chairs will be available for the first 500 guests in attendance.
The Nashville Symphony has been integral to Middle Tennessee and Music City since 1946. Performing over 150 concerts annually, they are an established leader in Nashville’s growing arts and cultural community.
This free community concert is sponsored by Benefits, Inc. and Jack B. Turner and Associates.
Local food trucks: Burgasm, Big Kahunas, and Heather’s Homemade Ice Cream, are scheduled to be on Main Street before and during the show. Tater Headz will also be open at the walk-up eatery on Legion and Third streets. Beer and other beverages will be for sale by Ajax Distributing Company, with all proceeds benefiting United Way of the Greater Clarksville Region.
Chairs and blankets are welcome; however, pets, coolers, smoking/vaping or outside alcohol will not be allowed on site.
Source Clarksville Now