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How to celebrate 615 Day in Nashville

Happy 615 Day, Nashville. Music City’s very own day offers celebrations, deals for locals, and more.

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It’s your special day, Nashville. | Photo by @proofbranding

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Saturday, June 15 is Nashville’s unofficial holiday: 615 Day. Celebrated in honor of the city’s primary area code, the day comes with a number of deals and events to share your Music City pride.


  • Visit the National Museum of African American Music for $6.15 admission during the first hour — the museum opens at 10 a.m. and has special events scheduled throughout the day.
  • Live up to Music City’s nickname by picking a show at any of these 30+ live music venues or go to this 615 Day concert at The Basement East featuring Six One Tribe, Brian Brown, and Sweet Poison.

Food and drink

  • TailGate Brewery Germantown’s two-year anniversary party, which doubles as a 615 Day celebration, features a vintage pop-up (12-6 p.m.), a special release, and seltzer discounts.
  • Speaking of local brews, ride in style to seven breweries via Music City Brew Hop. Use the code “LOCAL615" for $6.15 off an all-day pass for the East and West loops.
  • Stop by Goo Goo Chocolate Co.'s storefront or shop online to get your hands on select premium 4-ounceconfections: the Fluffer Crunch, PB&P, and The Howie, each priced at $6.15.
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Goo Goo’s PB&P is made with peanut butter, caramel, pretzels, and dark chocolate. | Photo via Goo Goo Chocolate Co.


  • Nashville SC not playing at home on 615 Day feels wrong, but have no fear: The team will host a watch party at GEODIS Park’s Publix Plaza at 5:30 p.m. Pro tip: Free parking is available in Lot 10.
  • Have fun in the sun at this Family Field Day at Watkins Park (616 17th Ave. N.) from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Don’t forget to RSVP + share which activities you’re most interested in (think: basketball, tennis, yoga, egg races, and more).


  • Spend the day volunteering with Hands on Nashville. The nonprofit has 20+ opportunities available at Cheekwood, Nashville Jazz Workshop, and other spots.
  • Looking to add a few new pieces to your closet? Project 615 will donate $6.15 per order to PENCIL.
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