Since 2014, the annual Nashville Wine and Food Festival has brought the community together around local artisanal products and world-class wineries.
- VIP tickets available for access to the exclusive Landmark Bank VIP tent
- Visit the beer garden and chat with experienced brewers while sampling craft beers
- Exclusive early preview of the 2016 Nashville Whiskey Festival
- Cigar Lounge featuring nationally acclaimed brands
- Food and Wine Villages, where guests can meet producers, chefs and sommeliers and taste their products
- Complimentary 6-bottle wine tote, Riedel wine glass, and wine accessories
- Over 50 wineries, 20 local restaurants, 10 breweries and an artisanal market featuring local producers
- Enjoy wine and food seminars from top sommeliers and chefs
Benefiting the Nashville Symphony
Led by music director Giancarlo Guerrero and President and CEO Alan D. Valentine, the Nashville Symphony has established an international profile with its innovative programming and steadily expanding discography. Founded in 1946, the orchestra is today the largest performing arts nonprofit in the state of Tennessee. With 140 performances annually, the Symphony's concert schedule encompasses a diverse mix of classical, pops, jazz and family programs, along with extensive community outreach efforts. Music education and community engagement have been at the heart of the Nashville Symphony's mission since the orchestra's beginnings.
The institution now reaches more than 100,000 adults and children annually through its free education and community engagement programs. Every week during the school year, musicians and staff work directly with students across Middle Tennessee, offering concerts, classroom presentations, curriculum materials, instrument lessons and other hands-on learning opportunities. The Nashville Symphony's Community Concerts series brings the orchestra's music to neighborhoods across the city.