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Weekend HOT SHEET Things to Do!

It's sizzling! And the HOT SHEET is too, with Monster Jam, Summer Fest at Belle Meade, Nashville SC and more! Make plans for your weekend!

Remember, taking your kids to new events and experiences is everything! Mix things up this summer and take your family out to one of these top things to do with the kids (listed in no particular order) through Sunday, June 23.

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Weekend Hot Sheet Things to Do!


Friday, June 21 at 7 p.m.

Enjoy live music with a family-friendly concert at Red Caboose Park in Bellevue (684 Colice Jeanne Road, Nashville). Bring a picnic, relax and enjoy the show. This event is presented by Metro Parks Music and sponsored by Creative Parks Nashville


Saturday, June 22

World champion athletes and their 12,000-pound monster trucks tear up the dirt in wide-open competitions of speed and skill inside Nissan Stadium (1 Titans Way, Nashville). See some of the best monster trucks compete for a total of four championships: Racing, Freestyle, High Jump and Skills competitions. Before the show, fans can see the massive trucks up close, meet their favorite drivers and crews, take pictures, get autographs and more at the Monster Jam Pit Parties. Tickets start at $36.


Saturday, June 22

See the “Boys in Gold” face off at GEODIS Park (501 Benton Ave., Nashville) as Nashville SC continues its fifth year in Major League Soccer. Children 3 years or older require a ticket to attend matches. Tickets vary for each game.  


Friday, June 21 through Sunday, June 23

The Sounds are at First Horizon Park for a series against the Durham Bulls + theme nights and Fox 17 Friday Night Fireworks!



Goat Farm Experience

Saturday, June 22

Head to Noble Springs Dairy Farm (3144 Blazer Road, Franklin) to spend time kid goat cuddling and meeting other farm animals. You can pet and cuddle kid goats and enjoy spending time on the farm. Come anytime between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. and join a guided educational tour at 11 a.m., if you’d like.


Saturday, June 22

Break out your moves at Centennial Park’s Event Shelter (2500 West End Ave., Nashville). A live big band provides the music while the kids and you can learn a different dance style. Food trucks are on site, or you can bring a cooler. If you’re new to the swing-era dance steps or just need to knock the dust off your dancing shoes, there’s always a FREE lesson at the start of the evening before the big band takes over at 7:30.


The Eddy Arnold Amphitheater at Crockett Park in Brentwood

Saturday, June 22

Summers in Brentwood have always included night concerts at the Eddy Arnold Amphitheater in Crockett Park (1500 Volunteer Pkwy, Brentwood)! The season continues with the fourth annual BrentFest featuring Spazmatics and Cruizin Keys Dueling Pianos, along with a beer garden, various food trucks, and a kids fun zone.



Sunday, June 23

Come experience everything Belle Meade Historic Site (5025 Harding Pike, Nashville) has to offer on Sunday June 23rd for Summer Fest! Enjoy tours of the 1853 Greek Revival Mansion, live music, wine pairings, barbecue, a photo booth and more! Tickets are $10 per person and children under 12 get in free.


Saturday, June 22

Enjoy this children’s comedy magic show with cards, birds, bunnies, audience participation and lots of fun at Nashville Public Library East branch at 12 p.m.


Saturday, June 22

Come bang a drum, pluck a guitar and strum a ukulele at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum (222 Rep. John Lewis Way S, Nashville). The Mini Musical Instrument Petting Zoo is the perfect opportunity for adults, families and kids of all ages to try new and familiar instruments. Happens Wednesdays from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. and select Saturdays from 1 – 3 p.m. Included with admission; free to members.


Saturday, June 22

Do you want your kids to spend more time in the great outdoors? Take them to explore with a naturalist this weekend at Warner Park Nature Center (7311 Highway 100, Nashville). This free outdoor exploration focuses on discovery, observation and connecting with nature from 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.