Nashville’s Music City Eats Festival Debuts on September 21

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This new music festival also includes delicious and unforgettable food
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Nashville might be known for its music scene, but the food scene is also beginning to receive some notice. Music City Eats: Nashville Food, Wine & Spirits Festival premieres this fall on September 21-22 with amazing live music performances, a star-studded line of chefs, and cooking demonstrations with interactive panel discussions. For two days, attendees will sample the nation’s top chefs’ culinary delights as well as drink the best wine and beer from the region, all while listening to performances by well-known national bands.

One huge food event will be Flavors of Nashville. Because Nashville is a city of many flavors, visitors during the day on Saturday will be able to taste foods from the city’s best restaurants and sip on standout wines, beers, and liquors. Flavors of Nashville continues Sunday, but transforms into an event called Revival Brunch, where new culinary masters will demonstrate their skills in creating tasty bites of brunch dishes for another delicious city tasting.

However, the events don’t stop there. On Saturday night, Harvest Night brings acclaimed chefs and local farms’ ingredients for a “farm-to-palate” competition. Using this produce, these individuals will present guests with their own unique dishes. Some star celebrity chefs include Tim Love and Aarón Sánchez.

The live musical performance are featured during Petty Fest Nashville, where the legendary band Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers will celebrate The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with hosts Kings of Leon. Not only is the casual southern atmosphere of downtown Nashville perfect for food lovers, but this festival will also be fun and exciting, so don’t miss a bite! 

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