October 13-15, 2017, 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.
October 26-28, 2017 at TPAC'S Polk Theater. Did she, didn’t she? The 1892 double homicide case unfolds on stage this Halloween. Acquitted for the brutal axe murders of her father and stepmother, Lizzie Borden’s notorious courtroom trial remains one of the most controversial in American history. Maybe there is more to the story than previously thought.
December 2-23, 2017, 2pm + 7pm showtimes, at TPAC | Jackson Hall. Ringing in the season with additional characters and all-new magical elements. A truly local production through and through with clever nods to the city’s sparkly past, Nashville’s Nutcracker epitomizes the holiday season in Music City.
June 23-24, 2018, annual festivities. 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: