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Pups and Pints Returns to Nashville’s ONEC1TY

Produced with dogs and their humans in mind, Pups & Pints is free to attend and open to the public.

Pups & Pints returns to ONEC1TY on May 19th! 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.

2024 Pups & Pints Festival activities:

  • Bark Market with local pet-product vendors
  • Bavarian Bierhaus Biergarten with Urban Chestnut beers and tasty Bavarian food
  • Stanley Steemer Pup Fashion Show – entries open at the event
  • Pup paw-dicures & furrcials in the Furryland “Spaw”
  • Pup cups and paw print crafts at the Hecklin booth
  • Meet-n-greet with adoptable pets from the Nashville Humane Association McEwen
  • Northside and Capitol View pop-up off-leash dog area where pups can let loose.
  • In addition to the Bavarian Biergarten, food will be available for purchase onsite from
  • Cancun Lagoon, Waldo’s Chicken & Beer, Buds & Brews, and Marigold Popcorn.

Head to The Yard at ONEC1TY, located at 8 City Blvd, Nashville, TN 37209 to enjoy this free, outdoor festival. This one-day festival happens on Sunday, May 19th. The event begins at noon and runs throughout the afternoon until 4 p.m.

This event is rain or shine and is open to the public; tickets are not required or available for purchase. Attendees should bring a valid ID 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.