Ongoing through February 17, 2017, Palace Theater, 146 N Water Ave, Gallatin. Ama, a hunter In this West African folk tale, meets a magical singing tortoise in the forest. He promises not to tell anyone about the tortoise’s talent, but breaks his word and must face the consequences. Narration, whimsical costumes and traditional African masks - a great introduction to dance.
May 5-7, 2017, 7:30pm (2pm Sun), TPAC/ Jackson Hall. Nashville Ballet’s Christopher Stuart + Nashville singer/songwriter collective Ten out of Tenn deliver the forbidden. What’s your vice? Pick your poison. In Appalachian Spring, Vasterling presents an abstract interpretation of Copland’s famed score and explores the strength, tenacity and creative spirit of women.
June 23-25, 2017 (TBC), annual festivities. Friday night Pride Concert. Saturday (10am-9pm) + Sunday (noon-6pm) Pride Festival at Public Square Park, in front of City Hall (3rd & Union), Downtown Nashville. Entertainment on stage. See events and throughout the year and updates at website:
Mid-October, 2017 (TBC), annual 3-day celebration of life & culture for Black LGBT/SGL people, families, friends, community partners and allies. Fashion shows, literary showcase, pageants, parties, performances, music, films. See their facebook page and website below for details.