The weather may be cold, but that doesn’t slow things down here in Nashville. From comedy to a symphony-accompanied circus act, there is certainly a wide array of activities going on this weekend in Music City. Check out our recommendations below.
A unique event in its own right, a circus extravaganza has taken over the Schermerhorn Symphony Center this weekend. Watch as incredible acrobatic artists perform awe-inspiring tricks on and above the stage along with the music of the Nashville Symphony. This will be a concert like you’ve never experienced before, bringing together the mystery and intrigue of the circus with the exquisite talent of our beloved symphony.
When: Fri., Jan. 15 & Sat., Jan. 16, 8pm
Where: Schermerhorn Symphony Center
Admission: $34 – $128
Come enjoy our beloved Nashville Farmers Market under the stars at the winter night market this evening. Between shopping for goods from local artisans and at your favorite market staples, enjoy live jazz music, hot cocktails, wine and craft beer. You can also grab dinner at some of the wonderful restaurants housed in the market like B&C Market BBQ, Chicago Gyro, Farmers Deli and Grille and more.
When: Fri., Jan. 15, 5-8pm
Where: Nashville Farmers’ Market
Family fun is sure to be abounding at Bridgestone Arena this weekend when the Harlem Globetrotters get to town. Celebrating their 90th year of entertainment, the team brings their renowned show to Nashville featuring all of their famous basketball dunks and tricks, plus humorous comedy and crowd interaction. They also bring with them a message of giving back, being dubbed the “Ambassadors of Goodwill.” Don’t miss out on this event that is fun for the whole family.
When: Fri., Jan. 15, 7pm
Where: Bridgestone Arena
Admission: $24.85 – $133
Longtime comedian Ron White brings his latest standup tour to TPAC tomorrow night. Known for having his signature scotch and cigar in hand, White has had a storied career in the comedy world, appearing on the Blue Collar Comedy Tour with fellow comedians Jeff Foxworthy, Bill Engvall and Larry the Cable Guy for three years. Audience members are sure to enjoy his real-life stories and comedic telling’s.
When: Sat., Jan. 16, 7:30pm
Where: TPAC’s Andrew Jackson Hall