Fourth of July Guide

Don’t feel like braving downtown with 150,000-300,000 other brave patriots this Independence Day? Fear not, NATIVEs, we’ve got you covered. Here’s our guide to a calm(er) Fourth, featuring some of our favorite folks in town.

Little Harpeth Brewing will host their third-annual 4th of July Beer Fest. DJ Ben Spinks will spin, there’ll be food trucks, and of course, beer is included with your ticket. For more information, click here.

Cold Lunch Recordings will host BONERWHO, a Fourth of July day party complete with a slip-n-slide, tiki bar, and late-night movie screening. They’ll have music from Sad Baxter, UZi, The Medium, Hypoluxo, The Holy Daggers, and more. For more information, click here.

21c Museum Hotel will host a Fourth of July Rooftop bash and firework viewing party. They’ll have an open bar, food from Gray and Dudley, and what is possibly the best view in town. For tickets, click here.

Nelson’s Green Brier Distillery will release Nelson’s First 108 Tennessee Whiskey. For more information, click here.

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