Upcoming Events in Nashville 2021

Following a quiet 2020, Nashville is roaring back with a fine slate of upcoming events in 2021. Scroll toward the end if you’re interested Nashville soccer or baseball schedules. More events will be added as announcements are made.

National Museum of African American Music

Credit: Twitter@theNMAAM

Now open. Okay, it’s not a special event (actually the events are on-going) but, at long last, the museum is welcoming visitors. Covering everything from field hollers to hip hop, the museum is home to more than 1,500 items including musical instruments, stage wear and priceless memorabilia. We spent two hours there and could have spent at least one more although they say 1.5 hours is the average visit. The interactive exhibits are fun and you’ll even come away with your own personalized playlist of hit songs.

Jack Daniels New Years Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash

New Years Eve fireworks in Nashville
Photo credit: Melinda Gales

December 31. Most years we’ve had an arena-level artist like Keith Urban perform to ring in the New Year. This year, even before the huge fireworks display, things will be blowing up big with a five-hour concert that includes Dierks Bentley, Miranda Lambert, Darius Rucker, Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, Zac Brown Band, Dan + Shay, Jimmy Allen, Kelsi Ballerini, Brooks & Dunn, Elle King, Cole Swindell, the Fisk Jubilee Singers and others to be announced later. The show will be also televised live on CBS and streaming service Paramount+.


Tennessee Titans

  • December 23 vs. San Francisco
  • January 2 vs. Miami

Nashville Predators

Nashville Predator fans
Credit: IG/predsnhl

Not even COVID can ice out the fervor of Fang fans. Even if you don’t know anything about hockey, you can have a great time at Bridgestone. Below are the home matches.

TIP: Don’t want to pay for parking downtown? There’s free parking at Nissan stadium and a free shuttle service using BEEP (Best Ever Event Parking). Check for COVID updates.

  • January 1, 1pm vs. Chicago
    January 11, 7pm vs. Colorado
    January 13, 7pm vs. Buffalo
    January 18, 7pm vs. Vancouver
    January 20, 7pm vs. Winnipeg
    January 22, 7pm vs. Detroit
    February 1, 7pm vs. Vancouver
    February 24, 7pm vs. Dallas
    February 26, 6:30pm vs. Tampa Bay
    March 8, 7pm vs. Dallas
    March 10, 7pm vs.Anaheim
    March 12, 11:30am vs. St. Louis
    March 13, 5pm vs. Minnesota
    March 15, 7pm vs. Pittsburgh
    March 19, 6pm vs. Toronto
    March 27, 5pm vs. Philadelphia
    March 29, 7pm vs. Ottawa
    April 2, 7pm vs. Washington
    April 5, 7pm vs. Minnesota
    April 9, 5pm vs. Florida
    April 12, 7pm vs. San Jose
    April 14, 7pm vs. Edmonton
    April 16, 5pm vs.Chicago
    April 17, 5pm vs. St. Louis
    April 24, 7pm vs. Minnesota
    April 26, 7pm vs. Calgary

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