Entertainment, On A High Note

S&E Nashville Recommends Prichard’s Distillery, concerts, and flea market

Prichard's Distillery offers samples of their spirits before you buy it. PHOTO COURTESY OF FONTANEL MANSION

Prichard’s Distillery offers samples of their spirits before you buy. PHOTO COURTESY OF FONTANEL MANSION

Prichard’s Distillery at Fontanel produces rum and whiskey that is easily distinguishable from other brands because they hand craft their liquor in small batches. Prichard’s hands-on approach to crafting their spirits is what makes them unique. They invite guests to sample their products including a gold medal Double Barreled Bourbon and Tennessee Malt Whiskey. Prichard’s is in a great location at Fontanel so after sampling guests can tour the Fontanel Mansion, eat at Cafe Fontanella, or go zip lining.

For a free night of entertainment under the beautiful night sky, Symphony Under the Stars is just the thing. This concert series presented by the Nashville Symphony is only happening eight nights during June and tonight is the second. Tonight’s location is the Bicentennial Mall and the event will be at Crockett Park on Sunday.

Monty Python and The Holy Grail is the movie of the night at Summer Nights in East Park. Summer Nights is a movie in the park this Friday and next. The movie begins at 8 p.m.


Porter Flea Market

The Porter Flea Market is back for its two-day event this weekend where Nashville’s top designers will congregate for this shopping tradition. Porter Flea Market began in 2011 and has since received praise from Forbes Travel Guide and Southern Living. Vendors will come together Friday and Saturday to show shoppers what they have to offer. Friday’s event is from 6-9 p.m. with a $20 admission for early access. Saturday’s event is from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and free for all to enjoy.

The 13th Annual Catfish Rodeo is a free fishing event for kids. This is an exciting morning of fishing that the whole family can enjoy. Educational booths provide knowledge of the water, boating, and fishing. This free event is at Shelby Park – Lake Sevier from 7 a.m. until 12 p.m.


Guests get ready for the concert at Dyer Observatory. PHOTO COURTESY OF DYER OBSERVATORY

If you thought Opera was just performed in theaters, think again. The Nashville Opera is taking its show outside with Opera on the Mountain at the Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory. This is the perfect way to spend the evening appreciating the outdoors and star gazing all while professional singers provide great entertainment. The concert starts at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, but guests can arrive as early as 6 p.m.

Trivia nights are happening all around town and they are the perfect social setting. You get to unwind and see how much your friends know while having fun and making memories. The games are free to play and Sunday nights offer three locations to choose from: Riverfront Tavern, Pour House, and Kay Bob’s.