It’s time for the fifth weekend of Shakespeare in the Park! This sadly means that you have only 4 chances to come out to the park and catch the show so make the most of it! The weather is looking beautiful so pack up your picnic blankets and your family and come on out to Centennial park. And don’t forget to tag your photos on twitter and instagram with #NSFMidsummer so we can follow your fun! Who else is gonna be there? Lots of delightful people, a few dogs, some cheeky fairies, and great vendors and talented musicians.
Here’s what’s cooking this weekend:
Join us Saturday at noon for Shakespeare Upright! Henry V. Not sure what Shakespeare Upright! is? Click here to find out!
Saturday will be our last one hosting Children’s Story Hour at Barnes and Noble at Vanderbilt from 4-5 pm. Conveniently located just across the street from Centennial Park at 2525 West End, children of all ages are invited to stop by for a story on their way to the park!
This weekend we’ll be joined in the park by some wonderfully talented musicians (and we mean besides the amazing percussion talents of our audience). Who’s going to be serenading you this week?
Hunter Moore Trio
100 Watt Opera
Doyle & Debbie
Nashville in Harmony
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. What will you find to snack on this weekend?
Midsummer ends Sunday! More info here.