The District Nashville

at 178 2nd Ave N, Ste 402, Nashville, 37201 United States

The Historic Heartbeat of Music City The DISTRICT began in 1989 as a collaboration between the Metropolitan Historical Commission, Historic Nashville and the Historic Riverfront Association. Patterned after the National Trust for Historic Preservation's successful "Main Street Program," the organization focuses on the historic areas of Nashville, specifically 2nd Avenue, Broadway and Printer's Alley. Current members of The DISTRICT include: Sheila Dial-Barton - Chair Bryan Taylor - Vice Chair Suzanne Tolbert - Secretary Judy Steele - Treasurer Sarah Barnet - Executive Director Mellissa Fraley Agguni Jack Cawthon Sam Champion Terry Clements Brad Daniels Andrea Dillenburg Mike Dodd Ron Gobbell Jerry Hampton Gary Hawkins Shawn Henry Dave Herrell Barrett Hobbs Ron Kerere Julia Landstreet Steve Maher Nancy Manis Elizabeth Mayhall Tara Mielnik Courtney McGee Ann Roberts Vickie Saito Brenda Sanderson Walt Schatz Judy Steele Brian Wagner Richard Wagner Betsy Williams Members of The DISTRICT Advisory Board Rick Bernhardt Marilyn Edwards Gary Everton Curt Garrigan Buddy Hall Wade Hill Mike Jameson Mac McDonald Jason Reinbold Tom Turner


The District Nashville
178 2nd Ave N, Ste 402
Nashville , TN 37201
United States
Contact Phone
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Website
http://www.youtube.com/thedistrictnashville

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HISTORY OF THE DISTRICT NASHVILLE The DISTRICT program began in the late 1980's as a collaboration between Historic Nashville Inc. and the Metropolitan Historical Commission. Patterned after the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s successful Main Street Program, the two organizations sought to focus on the historic areas of Nashville, specifically 2nd Avenue, Broadway and Printer’s Alley. The Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency provided a three-year block grant of $30,000 per year as seed money to fund the startup of The DISTRICT organization. The Historic Riverfront Association 501(c)(3), established in the mid-1980's, sought to promote, preserve and protect the businesses, residents and buildings along 1st Avenue North and the Riverfront. When approached by Historic Nashville and the Metro Historic Commission to merge into The DISTRICT program, the Historic Riverfront Association 501(c)(3) welcomed the opportunity to expand its scope and continue its work. The Historic Riverfront Association already had a 501(c)(3) and the new organization, The DISTRICT, used The Historic Riverfront Association's non-profit designation. Geographically, The DISTRICT consists of three of downtown Nashville's National Register Historic Districts: 2nd Avenue, Broadway and Printer’s Alley. Organizationally, it is a partnership of the business community, property owners, preservationists, non-profits and government agencies with an interest in downtown Nashville. The DISTRICT is a private 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to economic and community revitalzation of three historic districts and their contiguous areas in downtown Nashville; Broadway, 2nd Avenue/Riverfront, and Printer's Alley, collectively known as The DISTRICT. Its programs seek to foster and stimulate growth of a district identity, community spirit, civic pride, and unity while promoting the people in the area and to further retain downtown Nashville's historic character.

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The DISTRICT is a private 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to economic and community revitalization of three historic districts and their contiguous areas in downtown Nashville; Broadway, 2nd Avenue/Riverfront and Printers Alley, collectively known as The DISTRICT.
Its programs seek to foster and stimulate growth of a district identity, community spirit, civic pride and unity while promoting the people in the area and to further retain downtown Nashville’s historic character.
4th of July in Nashville Nashville is one of the top destinations for the 4th of July .
From the fireworks show to rooftop parties to incredible live music, it’s hard to beat the fun in Music City on Independence Day.
Music City celebrates July 4th in downtown Nashville with live music and a huge fireworks show.
Join in on the fun on Thursday, July 4, 2019, with FREE concerts at 5th and Broadway and the Nashville Symphony performing at Ascend Amphitheater during the fireworks show.
The site opens at noon.
There will be live performances by Brett Eldredge, Mac McAnally, Jessy Wilson, and Dylan Scott.
There will also be kid-friendly activities and vendors during this free event.
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FEATURED EVENTS
An Annual Event in the Fall
Decorations must be completed and installed by the Last Wednesday, in November.
Held in the end of December
December | 9:00 am – 11:30 am
The 1st Saturday of the month
The 1st Saturday of the month
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