Catch a live concert, take a virtual walk through Cheekwood: Activities in the Greater Nashville area to stream at home this week, March 30-April 4

Need something to do at home? Check out more these upcoming virtual concerts by Nashville artists. (Courtesy Jake Matthews/Visit Music City)
Need something to do at home? Check out more these upcoming virtual concerts by Nashville artists. (Courtesy Jake Matthews/Visit Music City)

Need something to do at home? Check out more these upcoming virtual concerts by Nashville artists. (Courtesy Jake Matthews/Visit Music City)

For residents in the Greater Nashville area looking for activities and things to do while practicing social distancing, here are a few ways to enjoy local entertainment with leaving the house.

March 30-April 4

Get a weekday workout


Club Pilates in Cool Springs is hosting free virtual classes via Facebook Live. The 30-minute classes will be held at 10:30 a.m. March 31-April 3.

Have a drink and learn about whiskey


McCreary’s Irish Pub and Eatery in Franklin hosts a virtual happy hour April 1 via Facebook Live. Hosts will discuss Irish whiskeys and pub life. The livestream will begin at 4 p.m.

Ongoing

Livestream a concert

Visit Music City, also known as Nashville’s Convention & Visitors Corp., is hosting a series of online concerts with local artists as well as big-name country music singers such as Brad Paisley, Keith Urban and Luke Combs. Past performances can also be found on Visit Music City’s website along with a quarantine Spotify playlist and a documentary on music in Nashville.

Listen live from the Grand Ole Opry

Circle All Access will host live concerts from the Grand Ole Opry on Saturday nights beginning at 7 p.m. Last week’s concert can be found here.

Listen to a bedtime story with Dolly Parton

Famed country singer Dolly Parton will read stories from her Imagination Library series starting April 2. Story times are scheduled for Thursday nights through June 4.

Take a virtual walk through Cheekwood’s Gardens

Peter Grimaldi, vice president of Cheekwood Estate and Garden’s gardens and facilities, hosted a virtual tour of the Bradford Robertson Color Garden on March 28. The eight-minute video can be found through Cheekwood’s website here.
By Wendy Sturges
A Houston native and graduate of St. Edward's University in Austin, Wendy Sturges has worked as a community journalist covering local government, health care, business and development since 2011. She has worked with Community Impact since 2015 as a reporter and editor and moved to Tennessee in 2019.


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