5 things to do this weekend around Green Hills and Belle Meade

<p><em>Photo courtesy of Nashville Humane Association</em></p>

Photo courtesy of Nashville Humane Association

<p><em>Photo courtesy of School of Rock/Matthew Murphy</em></p> <p><em>Photo courtesy of Music City Food + Wine Festival</em></p>

    
Music City Food + Wine Festival

When: Friday-Sunday, Sept. 14-16

Where: Bicentennial Capitol Mall, 600 James Robertson Pkwy, Nashville

Grammy-award winning artists Kings of Leon and a variety of well-known chefs will take part in the sixth annual Music City Food + Wine Festival. Take advantage of the Grand Taste Pavilion, Harvest Night, Gospel Brunch, Martin's BBQ and Friends and Pappy Hour.

2018 Dog Day Festival at Centennial

When: Saturday, Sept. 15, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Where: 2500 West End Ave, Nashville

Join other Nashvillians and their furry companions for a day of pet- and family-friendly activities, including a costume contest, "pupper parade," training classes, demonstrations, contests and pet portraits. There will also be a children’s area, food trucks, door prizes, live entertainment and more. The $5 admission benefits the Nashville Humane Association. The festival is free for children 10 and younger. 

Want to spend more time with your dog this weekend? Check out Woofstock 2018 with Emmylou Harris & Friends (Jamey Johnson, John Hiatt, Margo Price, John Paul White and more) or Doggie Dip at Gordon JCC.

Tennessee Titans vs. Houston Texans

When: Sunday, Sept. 16, 12 p.m.

Where: Nissan Stadium, 1 Titans Way, Nashville

Take part in the Titans’ home opener against the Texans, and see if the team can match last year’s success. Children 2 and under do not require a ticket.

School of Rock at TPAC

When: Friday-Sunday, various times

Where: Tennessee Performing Arts Center, 505 Deaderick St, Nashville

Based on the hit film, the musical follows Dewey Finn, a wannabe rock star posing as a substitute teacher who turns a class of straight-A students into a guitar-shredding rock band. The show features 14 new songs from Andrew Lloyd Webber, all the original songs from the movie and musical theater’s first-ever kids rock band playing their instruments live on stage. 

Jared Hard at Belle Meade Winery

When: Sunday, Sept. 16, 1-3 p.m.

Where: Belle Meade Plantation, 110 Leake Ave, Nashville

Stop by Belle Meade Winery at Belle Meade Plantation for a Sunday afternoon of live music and wine. Singer-songwriter Jared Hard will begin performing at 1 p.m.

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