Photo courtesy of Flickr Nashville undoubtedly serves as one of today’s hottest spots for tourists to set up temporary camp, and, for the most part, locals encourage their town’s exposure. However, how many people is just too many for a single city? Early June may very well push Nashville to its population limit as it serves …

Photo and Story by Meredith White / Contributing Writer The annual Tennessee Renaissance Festival has been enchanting festival-goers for over 30 years, and the amount of excitement produced by the festival hasn’t lessened since it first began in the late ’80s. Escaping into the unique world of 16th Century England at the Village of Covington Glen in …

Photo courtesy of Southern Living In four short months, people near and far will flood the historic town of Franklin, Tennessee, as a part of the third annual Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival at the Park at Harlinsdale. As the countdown dwindles closer and closer to Sept. 23 and 24, Pilgrimage has unveiled the daily …

Photos by Tayhlor Stephenson / Assistant Lifestyles Editor The first weekend of May brought with it Murfreesboro’s annual Main Street JazzFest, just as it has done for 21 years. The highly anticipated local music festival was a two-day event featuring a variety of artists, such as this year’s headliner Valerie Gillespie. Free of charge, people …