Dancing in Music City

     

    Big Band Dances at Centennial Park
    Don’t miss the remaining Big Band Dances at Centennial Park this summer!

     

    Got two left feet and want to celebrate good times? Big Band Dances in

    Centennial Park every Saturday night from 7-10 p.m. this summer can help! Bring your

    friends, family, favorite lawn chair and best pair of dancing shoes to join in on all the

    FREE fun! The Summer Big Band Concert Series in Centennial Park features a different

    band each Saturday night as well as dance lessons in various styles. The first group

    dance lesson takes place from 7-7:30 p.m., followed by dancing to live music from 7:30-

    8:30 p.m. The second group dance less is from 7:30-8:50 p.m. followed by dancing to

    live music from 8:50-10 p.m. See the list of dates, featured bands and weekly dance

    lesson styles listed below. Centennial Café will be selling food and drinks, and there will

    be two food trucks each week. Come hungry and ready to dance! If you are not into

    dancing, come have a picnic in the park, and enjoy the live music.

    This summer marks the 33rd year of Big Band Dances! The event started in 1983

    with the opening of Riverfront Park and has become a special summer event loved by

    people of all ages in Middle Tennessee. The dances are presented by Metro Parks and

    sponsored by the Tennessee Arts Commission, radio station WAMB, Dance World, Arts

    in the Parks and the Musician’s Union Trust Funds.

     

    July 30: The Jerry Vinett Big Band (Tango)

    August 6: Debi Bailes & Her Band (Cha-Cha)

    August 13: The Paul Ross Orchestra (Foxtrot)

    August 20: The Establishment (Waltz)

    August 27: Music City Swing (Swing)

     

    For further details, please call (615) 574-5665 or visit nashville.gov. Be sure to follow

    and like the event on Facebook here.

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