Spring Tennessee Craft Fair, Sevier Park Fest: 5 events happening in Southwest Nashville this weekend, May 3-5

Events in the Nashville area this weekend include a Hamilton sing-along, the 7th annual Sevier Park Fest in 12 South, an arts and crafts festival at Centennial Park and more.

Attend the 7th annual Sevier Park Fest in 12 South
May 3-4
Sevier Park Fest kicks off Friday night with live music by Gin Blossoms and Frances Cone. The festival continues Saturday along 12th Avenue with local vendors, food, art and music. 6-10 p.m. (Fri.), 10 a.m.-6 p.m. (Sat.). $30 (Fri.), free (Sat.). Sevier Park, 3000 Granny White Pike, Nashville. www.sevierparkfest.com

Sing along to Hamilton tunes at Centennial Black Box Theatre
May 3-4
Centennial Black Box Theatre invites fans of Tony award-winning play Hamilton to sing along as the cast performs songs from the production. Due to special licensing, event organizers said recording of any kind is prohibited. Tickets, which are available at the door, are $5 for adults, $2 for ages 12-17 and free for children under 12. 211 27th Ave N., Nashville. 615-880-2281. www.nashville.gov/parks-and-recreation/cultural-arts/theater

Discover arts and crafts at Spring Tennessee Craft Fair
May 3-5
Browse art made with clay, glass, metal and other materials by more than 200 artists at the 48th annual event. The craft fair also features art demonstrations, food vendors and a children’s area. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Free. Centennial Park, 2500 West End Ave., Nashville. 615-736-7600. www.tennesseecraft.org

Lend a hand at Metro Animal Care and Control
May 4
Join Metro Care And Animal Control for its inaugural Spring Shelter Spruce. Volunteers will spread mulch, plant flowers and more during the four-hour event. MACC is also asking for donations in the form of Mondo Grass, lavender plants and flowers. The event is open to age 16 and older. 5125 Harding Place, Nashville. 615-862-7928. www.nashville.gov/health-department/animal-care-and-control

Pick up litter in Wedgewood-Houston for a free pint of beer
May 5
Jackalope Brewing Company and nonprofit Turnip Green Creative Reuse are teaming up for Metropolitan Nashville Public Works’ monthly community clean-up program, Pick Up for a Pint. Participants will spend an hour picking up litter in the Wedgewood-Houston community before visiting Jackalope Brewing Company for a free pint of beer. 11 a.m. Free. Jackalope Brewing Company, 429B Houston St., Nashville. 615-873-4313. www.jackalopebrew.com