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  • If you’re able, please show your support by making a donation. All donations are tax-deductible and will help ensure that Musicians Corner may continue to provide a gathering space for all Nashvillians to come together and enjoy live music. Donations may be made on our website here, or simply via Venmo at @musicianscorner.


  • We are in close contact with Metro Parks to determine the best course of action and will return when we’re able to do so safely in accordance with CDC guidelines.



  • While artist submissions typically expire after a calendar year, we will honor submissions for an additional year for consideration in 2021. No additional action is required.

Where is Musicians Corner?

Musicians Corner is located in Nashville's Centennial Park. In 2016, the program moved into its newly constructed home in the southwest lawn at the corner of West End Avenue and 27th Avenue North.

When is Musicians Corner?

Musicians Corner presents free concerts on Fridays & Saturdays in May and June, and Thursdays in September. View our calendar for events and details.

What can I bring to Musicians Corner?

We encourage guests to purchase food and drinks from the exceptional food trucks and vendors at Musicians Corner each week, though you are welcome to bring outside food and drinks. Alcoholic beverages are available for purchase at Musicians Corner to those who are 21+ with a valid government ID. Outside alcohol is prohibited by law.

Visitors are encouraged to bring lawn chairs, blankets, beach towels, etc. Get comfortable, enjoy yourself, but please be considerate of other members of the audience.

Photography is allowed.

What can't I bring to Musicians Corner?

Outside alcoholic beverages are prohibited by law.

For your safety and the safety of others, guns, knives, weapons of any kind, fireworks, illegal drugs, glass containers, skateboards, rental scooters, and motorized vehicles are prohibited.

Bicycles are welcome, but must be walked while inside the event footprint.

Out of consideration for artists and other audience members, tents, canopies, recording devices, and laser printers are prohibited.

Signage or amplification of any kind are prohibited.

Backpacks, purses, coolers, luggage, or any other bags are subject to search by security or police.

No unauthorized vending, sampling, or soliciting.

Are all ages welcome at Musicians Corner?

We strive to make Musicians Corner a welcome place for both young and old.

While we aim to showcase music that is suitable for all ages, and inform each artist that Musicians Corner is a family friendly event, we cannot dictate what an artist does or says while on stage.

While at Musicians Corner, children are encouraged to visit Kidsville, the outdoor destination for parents to bring their little ones to enjoy fun, fitness, crafts, and educational Musical Meet & Greet guests and activities. Kidsville takes place during each Musicians Corner event and alcohol is never allowed in this area.

Alcoholic beverages are available at the Musicians Corner Pub to those who are 21+ with a valid government ID. Security is on hand at each event to check IDs.

Where is the best place to park?

Thanks to our generous neighbors at HCA, free parking is available on Saturdays at all HCA building lots along Park Plaza (on the north side of Centennial Park near Charlotte Ave).

Parking is also available in Centennial Park and around its perimeter on a first-come, first-served basis. Some parking is available on side streets surrounding the park.

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If you live nearby, we encourage you to walk to the park. Check out our walking route map to Centennial Park.

Do you have ADA accessibility or parking?

We provide 4 placard parking spaces at our events on a first-come, first-served basis, located through the main entrance at 26th Ave. N. Follow the main entrance to the first stop sign, where you will see a security attendant to provide assistance. Additional ADA accessible parking can be found in the CPAC parking lot and throughout the park.

Seating is not provided at our events, however there are picnic tables around the lawn, as well as limited amphitheater seating. Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs to ensure seating. For further ADA accessibility questions, please contact Metro Parks ADA Coordinator, James Gray: James.Gray@nashville.gov or 615-862-8400 ext. 316

Is there seating at the event?

A few rows of stone benches are available on a first-come, first-served basis. We recommend that visitors bring lawn chairs, blankets, or beach towels.

Are dogs allowed at events?

We encourage you to bring your dogs for a fun and relaxing day in the park. Be sure to stop by the merchandise booth to enter your dog to be our Dog of the Day. Pets must remain leashed at all times.

Do you have a lost and found?

During the event you may drop off or pick up any lost and found items at the merchandise table. For post-show lost and found inquiries, please contact us. Musicians Corner and The Conservancy for the Parthenon and Centennial Park will not be held liable for any unclaimed items.

Are there ATMs at Musicians Corner?

There are currently no ATMs on site. However, credit and debit cards are accepted at all event areas.

Do the food trucks, vendors, and pub accept credit cards?

Musicians Corner accepts credit and debit cards for merchandise, water, and pub sales. Vendors and food trucks generally accept credit and debit cards.

What happens if it rains?

Musicians Corner is a rain or shine event, unless there is severe weather. Bring an umbrella or poncho with you on days when the forecast calls for rain. Follow us on social media for weather updates.

How can I perform at Musicians Corner?

You or your band may submit for consideration to perform here.

How is Musicians Corner free?

Musicians Corner is funded by the generous support of sponsors and foundations, as well as donations and event revenue. You may make a donation online here.

How do I get involved? (Volunteer, Intern, Staff)

We're always looking for individuals to help with our events. Please contact Event Manager Leah McMullin.

How do I keep updated on Musicians Corner news, including artist set times?

Follow us on social media, and subscribe to our official weekly newsletter here.

Any other questions?