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Photos and Story by Sergio Pacheco This past weekend, Nashville celebrated its 40th annual Oktoberfest. Over ten city blocks were covered in food vendors, performers, food trucks and all kinds of traditions related to the event. The event officially started on Thursday with its opening ceremony and multiple musical performances, but only lasted for seven …

Photos and Story by Makayla Boling Middle Tennessee State University’s College of Media and Entertainment held its annual Engagefest on Tuesday, September 24. The event takes place in the quad in front of Bragg Media and Entertainment building. Engagefest features performance showcases, good vibes, free Red Bull and even voter registration. Every musician is an …

Photos and story by Elizabeth Juengling/ Contributing Writer Lucky Ladd Farms held the first Fall Family Fun weekend of the season on Saturday, Sept. 21 in Rutherford County. There was fun for all ages with  “ag-venture” fun park attractions, educational activities, animal displays, and of course–pumpkins.  Lucky Ladd provided children with fun, farm-themed games and …

Photo by Alexis Marshall / MTSU Sidelines Birmingham, Alabama, hosted the fourth annual Sloss Music and Arts Festival this past weekend. Despite rain and lightning-related delays and cancellations, thousands of music fans came out to the old Sloss furnaces to watch some of their favorite artists perform. Sidelines was there to catch some of the …

Photo courtesy of Elaine Marschik / Flickr Thousands of music fans will converge in Birmingham, Alabama, this weekend for a festival named after its unconventional venue, the Sloss Furnaces. The site once used to forge iron for the L&N Railroad will soon be heating up with musical acts ranging from 21 Savage to Chris Stapleton. …

Every year Bonnaroo showcases art, music, food and, of course, fashion. Most of the styles include lots of glitter, flamboyant colors and are anything but the average. For more Bonnaroo coverage, visit here.