2227 Old Fort Parkway
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
Phone: (615) 896-2420
Fax: (615) 896-8738
Check out new movies and get your favorite snacks like popcorn, nachos, pickles and more at Wynnsong 16.
If you want to experience the cultural scene in Murfreesboro, Main Street Live would be a great place to start. A 400-capacity venue, it plays host to a vast array of musical events throughout the year. You can depend on Main Street Live to deliver some fantastic performances, with past line-ups including the likes of The Young International, Peelander-Z and Space Capone. It is a platform for local talent as well as nationally touting performers.
"The cultural heartbeat of the community", this professional philharmonic provides high quality classical and pops concerts by world class performers from both the United States and abroad. Educational programs are available.
Considered one of America's premier summer festivals, the family-oriented event annually gathers more than 40,000 people for a hearty blend of music and dance southern style. Other family-oriented events taking place throughout the festival include: heritage activities for children, ethnic and southern style concessions, locally handcrafted arts, crafts & trades demonstrations, a historic photo exhibit, storytelling and Sunday Gospel Sing. Uncle Dave Macon Day's is always held the second weekend of July.
The Discovery Center at Murfree Spring is a hands-on interactive museum that engages its visitors in every way possible. The Center began as a Children's Museum in 1986, and has come a long way since its birth. It also operates as a nature center. The exhibits being interactive provide a great scope of learning and acquiring knowledge.
Hosting popular underground punk bands, this basement concert venue offers a perfect, intimate space for listening to live music. The concerts held here are for music lovers of all ages, with no entry fee. To the delight of the fans, the venue has been host to many independent bands like Paper Not Plastic, Sons Of Tonatiuh, Bold As Love and Heartbeater in the past.
One of the popular spots in Murfreesboro for live music, Trash Mountain is located near the Middle Tennessee State University. A venue where you can find some of the most popular as well as the yet-the-be-known artists from all over the country, Trash Mountain is buzzing with events throughout the year. Do stop by here when in Murfreesboro for an entertaining time.
Who wouldn't want their birthday in a bowling alley, that also has laser tag and bumper cars? A great place for people of any age to come and have a rollicking time.
This two-day event will deliver excitement at over 200 miles per hour! Friday night's activities include a qualifying race and a pro series race, and the Firestone 200 race will be Saturday night.
It would only be fitting for Nashville, the place where musical prodigies congregate on every block, to have a venue where mega-stars regularly perform. Order a beer, chow down on some pizza and enjoy a night of rhythmic country tunes on the lawn area for cheap.
Carmike Cinemas is a successful chain in the US, and the Bell Forge 10 is one of several in the state of Tennessee. Come to watch the latest movies and sit back and relax with a bucket of popcorn and some cola to go with it. For film times, tickets prices and other information, please call or check the website.
Whether popcorn is your favorite snack, or you just want to watch the latest flick, this theater in Antioch is your best bet. Part of the Carmike Cinemas chain, it features the biggest blockbusters and the hottest potboilers in town. Now be smart and book your tickets online or on the phone, to avoid the jostling crowd at the box office. For film times, ticket prices and other details, please call or hit the website.