Music City Eats to Include Additional Chefs

The food, wine, and spirits festival announces new additions to the event

Music City Eats

Nashville food, wine, and spirit festival, Music City Eats announced new additions to the festival including more demonstrations and panels, and the participation of Mississippi chef John Currence, the Tennessean is reporting.

John Currence is in good company with more than 25 local chefs, including Nick Bishop Senior of Hattie B’s and Deb Paquette of Etch.

Taking place from September 21st to September 22nd, the event includes restaurant tastings as well as panel discussions and cooking demonstrations. Musical talent will center on Petty Fest, a night meant to celebrate Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, which will be hosted by Kings of Leon and the Cabin Down Below band.

The event is a first for co-founders Jonathan Waxman and Nathan & Caleb Followill of Kings of Leon.


Special events and demonstrations include a pastry making workshop named “Dessert Anyone?” that will be hosted by Nancy Silverton, and a panel entitled “What Music City Eats,” which will discuss Nashville iconic foods such as hot chicken.