Entertainment, On A High Note

S&E Nashville recommends food tour, Luke Bryan, flea market, and fitness

We are back to bring you the happenings around town this weekend:

From 11am-2pm today, you can take a walking food tour through the culinary capital of the south. The Walk Eat Nashville food tour takes foodies to six different eating stops where they get a chance to talk to chefs and owners. The walk is 1.5 miles long, which is a great way to burn some calories in between bites. Tickets are $49 and the event runs every Thursday and Friday until June 26.

Luke Bryan will have a featured exhibit beginning today at the Country Music Hall OF Fame.

Luke Bryan will have a featured exhibit beginning today at the Country Music Hall Of Fame.

Starting today and running through November 8, the Country Music Hall of Fame will be featuring respected country artist Luke Bryan. Luke Bryan: Dirt Road Diary is an exhibit that gives museum visitors a look inside Bryan’s life and success. Bryan is the 2015 ACM Entertainer of the Year among other amazing accomplishments and hit songs. Past artists that have been featured in this exhibit include Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood. Many locals have never visited the Country Music Hall of Fame, but the Luke Bryan exhibit may get them there.

Tonight, the Ryman Auditorium is featuring Australian brother duo For King & Country. Brothers Joel and Luke Smallbone moved to Nashville in 1991. Their sister Rebecca St. James is a gospel artist and the two used to sing backup for her in their early years. At age 19 and 21 Luke and Joel formed their own band and started making their own music. The unique Australian duo will be performing at 8pm and tickets are $30.

Since this is the 4th Saturday of the month, the Nashville Flea Market will be open all day Saturday. The Nashville Flea market is ranked among the top ten in the country and number one in Tennessee! The flea market averages about 2,000 booths with vendors from over thirty states. About half a million people visit annually to browse and buy what the vendors have to offer. Don’t miss out on this month’s pickings!

A climbing wall is one part of the obstacle course at the Kid's Ultimate Fitness Challenge. PHOTO COURTESY OF ALLSTAR ACTIVE.

A climbing wall is part of the obstacle course at the Kid’s Ultimate Fitness Challenge. PHOTO COURTESY OF ALLSTAR ACTIVE.

For our parents out there, this event is for you and your kids. The Kids Ultimate Fitness Challenge is the United State’s biggest mobile fitness event. The event will be in Nashville at Centennial Park on Saturday helping kids become or remain active and promoting a healthy lifestyle for them. This might sound like a boring event, but keep reading. A timed obstacle course and challenging sports activities for the whole family are sure to provide smiles and laughs for everyone. Best of all, the event is free!

Saturday night, head out and enjoy some live music at Mayday Brewery. Nick Kane with Lynn Taylor and The Barflies will be performing from 6pm until 8pm. Nick Kane’s artistic vision combined with the Grammy winning guitarist will make for an unforgettable show. Sit back and relax while enjoying one of Mayday’s craft beers during this free event.

This is the last Saturday to catch Jack and The Beanstalk at the Belcourt Theatre. The show will take you back in time to Jack’s adventure in this live interactive comedy. Tickets are only $8.