Music to flow across Tennessee

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Tennessee travelers find music continuously flows through every nook in the state from world-famous events like the Grand Ole Opry's 90th Birthday Bash in Nashville, Boomsday in Knoxville, and Elvis Week in Memphis to small towns keeping music roots preserved like at the Rockabilly Fest in Jackson, Blue Plum Art & Music Festival in Johnson City, and Uncle Dave Macon Days Old-Time Music Festival in Murfreesboro. Holiday family memories are made with modern and traditional events like Bristol's Speedway in Lights, Christmas at Graceland in Memphis, and Dickens of a Christmas in Franklin. From summer through the year's end, experiences like these can only be Made in Tennessee.

June 2-6
Memphis - Germantown Charity Horse Show - An all-breed event will take place with more than 800 horses including hunters/jumpers, American Saddlebreds, Roaster and Hackney ponies and Tennessee Walking Horses. 901-754-0009,
June 5-7
Johnson City - Blue Plum Art & Music Festival - Outdoor music and arts festival in downtown Johnson City features children's entertainment, music and more.
June 6-13
Chattanooga - Riverbend Festival - Multiple stages of diverse music plus fireworks, 5K and 10K runs and a children's village. 423-756-2211,
June 11-14
Nashville - CMA Music Festival - "Country Music's Biggest Party" brings country fans and artists together for four days and nights of live music. 800-CMA-FEST,
Manchester - Bonnaroo Music Festival - A 100-acre village brings together the best performers in rock 'n' roll, jazz, Americana, hip-hop, electronica and more. 931-728-7635,

June 12-13
Oak Ridge - Secret City Festival - This 10th annual citywide celebration commemorates the ending of WWII with the largest multi-battle WWII reenactment in the South, as well as tours of Manhattan Project sites, children's festival, arts and crafts and exhibitors. 865-425-3610,
June 12-Aug. 8
Gatlinburg - Smoky Mountain Tunes & Tales - Music every night will feature storytellers, musicians and cloggers at different locations along the Parkway. 865-436-0500,
June 18-21
Knoxville - Kuumba Festival - This event showcases local African American art and artists, featuring entertainers performing on three stages, live demonstrations, and crafts people and food vendors.
June 20
Nashville - Jefferson Street Jazz & Blues Festival - Great music, food and family fun are had as local jazz and blues musicians perform. 615-726-5867,

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