A Four-Part Guide to Curing Spring Fever

    Spring has officially sprung in the greater Nashville area as much-appreciated sunny skies, blooming flowers and warm temperatures return to Music City. With that, comes a heightened sense of restlessness from months of cold and dreary winter weather.

    To cure this Spring fever, TicketsNashville.com has put together a guide offering Music City locals & visitors alike a uniquely Nashville entertainment experience they won’t have to leave greater Nashville to enjoy!

    Sister Act

    Event Type: Theatrical Performance

    Where: The Larry Keeton Theatre

    When: March 28-April 13

    Based on the 1992 film of the same name, this feel-good musical comedy features music by Tony and Oscar award winner, Alan Menken. Disco-diva, Deloris Van Cartier is placed in protective custody at the one place no one will ever think to look for her – at a convent! The laughs are sure to come as Deloris helps her fellow sisters find their voices and as she rediscovers her own.

    The Curious Savage

    Event Type: Theatrical Performance

    Where: Springhouse Theatre Company

    When: March 29-30; April 5-6; April 12-14

    Mrs. Savage is the eccentric widow of a multi-billionaire who wants to make the best use of her inheritance, despite her adult stepchildren’s plans to have her committed to The Cloisters, a private mental home. At the Cloisters, Mrs. Savage meets the other residents, each with their own unique personality and challenges. In getting to know these gentle souls, Mrs. Savage realizes she can find happiness among them and plans to live the rest of her life there. That is until her stepchildren learn that she has converted the entire family fortune into bearer bonds and has hidden them. Her stepchildren are driven to distraction in their efforts to convince Mrs. Savage to reveal the location of the fortune.

    Whip Crackin’ Rodeo

    Event Type: Rodeo

    Where: Lebanon, Tennessee

    When: Friday, April 26 & Saturday, April 27

    Held annually at the Wilson County Fairgrounds in Lebanon, Tenn., the Whip Crackin’ Rodeo is a wholesome family event that provides a great weekend of fun while also raising much-needed funds for dozens of local charities. Since its origination nine years ago, the rodeo has given over $450,000 to nonprofits in the local community, including last year’s rodeo which successfully raised more than $40,000 for local charities.

    Iroquois Steeplechase

    Event Type: Horse Race

    Where: Percy Warner Park

    When: Saturday, May 11

    The Iroquois Steeplechase is an annual Music City spring celebration that honors Tennessee hospitality and Southern fashions. 2019 marks the 78th edition of the event as more than 25,000 well-dressed spectators from around the world embark on Percy Warner Park to celebrate the pageantry and energy of the world’s best horses and riders racing over a well-manicured turf track. Proceeds benefit several local charities and non-profits including the Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt and the Friends of Percy Warner Parks.