We’re joined at the park every night by a variety of different food vendors and serenaded every evening at 6:30 p.m. (prior to our production of Much Ado at 7:30 p.m.) by one of Nashville’s many talented performers. Know you want to come see Much Ado this weekend, but having trouble deciding which night? You can cater the night to your liking by checking out the Pre-Show entertainment AND Vendor schedules each week. Make the night everything you want it to be!
Here’s what’s cooking this weekend:
Mary Grace Williams
Many of these musicians will have music available in the Nashville Shakes tent during their performances. They’re all performing in the park for free, so if you like what you hear, support them!
We like to see what people pull out of their picnic baskets every night at the park, but just because you can bring your own food, doesn’t mean you have too. Every weekend, we’re joined in the park by several food vendors. They’re there to help you out with all your picnic needs (and subsidize the picnic stuffs you brought yourself). If you’re joining us at the park for opening weekend, check out who’s going to be at the park while you’re there. If you’re merely thinking about joining us (or wondering if you should wait until a later weekend), peruse the whole list. Who knows? You might find something to entice you to come on down! :
Stop by, grab a snack and say hello! See you at the park!
Side Note: Savoy Events Catering will also be providing the dinner for our Royal Box VIPs every night. Not a VIP? You can be! Find out how to experience Shakespeare in the Park in style.
Much Ado About Nothing will run through September 16th at Centennial Park in Nashville. More info here.