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Cornelia Airpark Concerts Begin

Kids and Paper Airplanes as Cornelia Airpark Concerts Begin

The kids can make paper airplanes as the music concert series kicks off this month.

Kids can construct paper airplanes, ride their scooters and bikes and dance in front of the stage as the Cornelia Airpark Concert series kicks off on Saturday, May 18 at  5:30 p.m. The concerts — which happen in a vintage airplane hanger in East Nashville’s Cornelia Fort Airpark, includes craft beers, wines and good, old community fun. The airpark is located beside Shelby Bottoms (in support of the Friends of Shelby Park programs) and concerts take place one Saturday per month, May through August. The main event (music!) will come from three local bands at each event.

Cornelia Airpark Concerts Begin

Family fun and community togetherness are what each event it all about. Bring a blanket (one chair is permitted per family) to lounge on. In addition, no outside food or drink is permitted, so food trucks will be on hand. These include Music City Brisket; Tennessee Tatercakes; Nicoletto’s Italian Kitchen; Sausfries Hotdogs and more. Furthermore, enjoy treats from the Nashville Cotton Candy Co., Ice Crown and others.

Cornelia Airpark Kids Activities Include:

May 18 at 6 p.m.
Paper Airplane Contest / 7:30 p.m.: Musical Chairs with Bach to Rock
(These activities repeat on July 20)

June 8 at 6:15 p.m.
Simon Says with the Nashville Public Library East / 7:30 p.m.: Freeze Dance with Bach to Rock
(These activities repeat on August 24)

Tickets are required for all attendees 16 and older. Ages 15 and younger do not require a ticket when accompanied by an adults. Ticket options include single concert tickets for $20 or a “round-trip” ticket for all concerts for $100. Free parking is available onsite. Tickets will be scanned at the Main Gate located in between the airplane hangars off of Shadow Lane. The address for the airpark is 1093 Shadow Lane. No outside food or drink is permitted. Learn more and get tickets here.

 

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