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Pups and Pints Returns this Spring in Nashville

Nashvillians can head to The Yard at ONEC1TY, located at 8 City Blvd, to enjoy this free, outdoor festival.

Pups and Pints returns to ONEC1TY on May 20th! This free festival benefits the Nashville Humane Association, connects dog-lovers and beer-lovers with the local community, and is open to all ages of humans and pups. The event begins at noon and runs throughout the afternoon until 4 p.m.

Produced with humans and doggos of all ages in mind, Pups & Pints is free to attend and open to the public. Attendees can:

  • shop local pet-product vendors in the Bark Market
  • enjoy the Beer Garden
  • take a photo with their fur babies in the photo booth
  • meet-n-greet adoptable pets from the Nashville Humane Association
  • play in the pop-up off-leash dog area,
  • partake in more pup-tastic activities for all

In addition to the Beer Garden, cocktails will be available from Tincup Mountain Whiskey. Food will be available for purchase onsite from Vee’s Chick N Cones, Daddy’s Dogs, Cousins Maine Lobster, and The Grilled Cheeserie.

This year, Pups & Pints will take place on National Rescue Dog Day!

Event VIP guests include Pups & Pints Ultimate Pet Sweepstakes Winner and local pup-fluencers. This event is open to the public; tickets are not required or available for purchase. Attendees should bring a valid ID if they wish to partake in the libations.

For more information, visit pupsandpints.com.

 

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Michael Aldrich

Michael Aldrich is Nashville Parent's Managing Editor and a Middle Tennessee arts writer. He and his wife, Alison, are the proud parents of 4-year-old Ezra and baby Norah.