Celebrate Spring & Get Outside with These March Events in the Area

As we round the corner out of February and into March, spring is on the horizon. Soon, flowers will be blooming, the sun will be shining, and the Middle Tennessee area will come alive with celebrations and festivities.

If you’re looking ahead for the biggest events happening in March, then we’ve got you covered. Take a look at the highlights, and pencil them into your monthly calendar.

Nashville Lawn and Garden Show

Two house plants.Celebrating its 30th year of operation, the Nashville Lawn and Garden Show’s theme for 2019 is “Changing Times, Changing Gardens.” Over 18,000 attendees will flock to the Fairgrounds Nashville to enjoy fresh local foods, acres of live gardens and flora displays, and hundreds of vendors and booths.

If you’re interested in attending this three-day event, be sure to snag your tickets today.

Location: Fairgrounds Nashville

Date: February 28th – March 3rd, 10AM – 7PM

Tennessee Flavors

People eating brunch.Are you a big fan of food, particularly local flavors? Then you won’t want to miss this year’s Tennessee Flavors. The Nashville area’s top restaurants and food and beverage creators will come together to celebrate all things Tennessee-based cooking. With tons of five-star favorites in attendance, it’s sure to be a smorgasburg of flavors—and for a good cause.

Tickets are on sale online now, so get yours before they sell out!

Location: Main Campus, Nashville State Community College

Date: March 5th, 6PM – 8PM

Music City Irish Fest

A field of clovers.Get your green ready and prepare to celebrate Saint Patrick with the Music City Irish Fest! While the event aims to educate attendees on the musical influences of Nashville and Ireland, it’ll also feature live music, food and drink, and other entertainment. The festival is both family and pet-friendly, so bring everyone along for a good time!

Since the event is free, no tickets are necessary. All you have to do is show up!

Location: Public Square Park

Date: March 17th

Tin Pan South Songwriter’s Festival

A man playing a banjo.The Nashville area is known for producing some of the best musicians in the country, and events like the Tin Pan South Songwriter’s Festival do their best to keep up that tradition. Throughout the five days of the festival, there will be ten venues with two shows per night from a variety of performers, totaling 100 shows. Big-name guests of the past have included Toby Keith, Trace Adkins, and Tommy Lee James

Support local artists and enjoy live music by purchasing your ticket today!

Location: Venues across Nashville

Date: March 26th – March 30th

Find Your Home in Middle Tennessee

From live music to local flavors, residents of the Middle Tennessee area are all about supporting their community. Don’t miss out on your chance to call one of the towns or neighborhoods here your home.

Ready to get started? Just give your local expert, Chuck Simpson, a call today.

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