There are so many things to do in Nashville in June! In the past we have made one huge list for the whole summer. But there is just too much fun scheduled in 2018 to pack into one post. Whether you are looking for outdoor movies, summer concerts or outdoor fun, you'll find something to do that will be perfect for your family. If you have a full time job and can't schedule fun on every summer day, don't worry! There are tons of activities planned on the weekends. Wanna have lots of fun but your budget is tight? We got you covered. All the events on the list in RED are FREE!  And if you're looking for even more free summer fun, make sure to check our list at this link. Don't forget to check our Calendar. There's plenty of events scheduled that didn't make the list and new events get added all summer long!

  1. See Moana at Richland Park Library on June 1.
  2. Be Our Guest at Disney's Beauty and the Beast presented by The Circle Players June 1 -17.
  3. Enjoy live music at the Red Caboose Concert Series every Friday night in June.
  4. Make plans to see Honk! at HPAC June 1-3.
  5. Hear live music on the Murfreesboro Square on June 1.
  6. Splurge on Brunch with Belle for your little princess on June 2.
  7. The annual Kids Art Festival in Franklin is scheduled for June 2.
  8. Grab your hard hats for the Kids Construction Fun Festival at Lucky Ladd Farms on June 2.
  9. Follow the yellow brick road at the Nashville Library  on June 2.
  10. Celebrate the opening of the Beyond Rubik's Cube exhibition at Adventure Science Center on June 2.
  11. Build a vintage style car at Home Depot Kids Workshop on June 2.
  12. Bring your pooch to The Hermitage for Dog's Day on June 2.
  13. Celebrate National Trails Day with a scavenger hunt at Sharp Springs Park on June 2.
  14. Play Nerf Wars at MPact Sports on June 2, 16 & 30.
  15. Relax in Centennial Park and enjoy Musician's Corner throughout the month of June.
  16. Experience West Side Story at The Franklin Theatre June 2 & 3.
  17. Learn some new dance moves every Saturday in June at the Centennial Park Big Band Dance.
  18. Play Ball! at Carnton, Mansker's Station and Bicentennial Mall on June 3.
  19. Have some fried chicken at the annual Spring Picnic at Cragfont on June 3.
  20. Create Letterpress Art at Hatch Show Print on June 3.
  21. Hear some live music at Dragon Music Sundays on June 3.
  22. Have a meal at The Aquarium and see a show featuring the Mystic Mermaids on June 3, 14 & 17.
  23. See the Wannabeatles in concert at Crockett Park on June 3.
  24. Have the first taste of summer at the Miss Martha's Ice Cream Crankin' and Summer Social on June 3.
  25. Rock out with Farmer Jason on June 4.
  26. Paddington 2 is the movie of the week in Murfreesboro June 4-11.
  27. Enjoy The Iron Giant or Curious George at Regal Summer Movie Express on June 5 & 6.
  28. The Nashville Sounds have 11 home games in June. Buy some peanuts and Cracker Jacks!
  29. Be amazed by Magician Bruce Amato at Linebaugh Library on June 5.
  30. See Boss Baby at Malco Theatres on June 5 & 6.
  31. Mr Bond will entertain at the Goodlettsville Library on June 5.
  32. Introduce your teens to your childhood terror – Jaws is at the Capitol Theatre on June 5.
  33. Register early for Open House at Dyer Observatory on June 5.
  34. Challenge your older kids at Climbing Club every Tuesday in June in Smyrna.
  35. Visit with Safari Greg at the Lebanon Library on June 7.
  36. Every Thursday is Family Night at Smyrna Skate Center.
  37. Kids at The Capitol will feature Free Willy on June 7.
  38. Take the fam to Elmington Park for a screening of Wonder Woman on June 7.
  39. Touch a Truck at Moss Wright Park on June 8.
  40. Don't miss the Nashville Symphony at Cumberland University on June 8.
  41. Smyrna's Movies in the Park presents Ferdinand on June 8.
  42. Take a hike for free at Owl's Hill Nature Sanctuary on June 9.
  43. Will your favorite star be playing ball at the City of Hope Celebrity Softball Game on June 9?
  44. Bring a blanket to Rock Castle to relax on the lawn and hear the Nashville Symphony on June 9.
  45. Go fishin' in Hendersonville on June 9.
  46. Plan a day with dad at American Girl on June 10.
  47. Share milkshakes and games at Family Fun Night in Smyrna on June 14.
  48. Make Hip Hats at CMHOF June 11-16.
  49. See The Chronicles of Narnia at Malco Theatre on June 12 & 13.
  50. Have some fun at Pinkerton Park at Kids Day on June 13.
  51. Choose between Despicable Me & Ice Age at Regal Summer Movie Express June 12 & 13.
  52. Watch Paddington 2 at AMC Classic Summer Movie Camp on June 13.
  53. Meet Mr Slither at Way Back Wednesdays on June 13.
  54. Be entertained by the Nashville Ballet at Kids at The Capitol on June 14.
  55. Fill your cards at Family Bingo Night on June 14.
  56. See The Incredibles at the Richland Park Library on June 15.
  57. Eat, Play & Dance and Truck N' Fun in Smyrna on June 15.
  58. A Summer Tradition! The RC Moon Pie Festival is June 16.
  59. Vintage Baseball games at Oaklands and The Hermitage on June 17.
  60. Take dad to Lane Motor Museum on June 17. Father's get in free!
  61. Don't miss Jazz on the Cumberland June 17.
  62. Try not to cry during A Dog's Purpose at Movies Under the Stars June 18-23.
  63. Learn about Juneteenth at The Hermitage on June 19.
  64. Regal Summer Movie presents Storks or Mr Peabody & Sherman on June 19 & 20.
  65. Captain Underpants leaps into Malco Theatres Summer Film Fest on June 19 & 20.
  66. See Despicable Me 3 at NCG in Gallatin June 20-23.
  67. Sign up in advance for a compass course at Wayback Wednesdays in Goodlettsville on June 20.
  68. The LEGO Batman movie is scheduled at AMC Summer Movie Camp on June 20.
  69. Encore Theater Company will be performing at the Lebanon Library on June 20.
  70. Magic Wayne will be at the Kids at The Capitol on June 21.
  71. Learn about the longest day at the Summer Solstice program in Smyrna on June 21.
  72. Take part in Make Music Nashville at The Nashville Zoo on June 21.
  73. My favorite movie of the year, The Greatest Showmen, will be at Nashville Scene's Movies in the Park on June 21.
  74. Be a part of the World's Largest Swimming Lesson on June 22.
  75. The LEGO Ninjago Movie will be playing in Pinkerton Park on June 22.
  76. Have some magical fun during Wizards Weekend at Jellystone Park June 22 -24.
  77. World War II Remembrance Day & Living History Encampment is June 23 at Amqui Station.
  78. Sign up in advance for the American Girl 1904 Tea Party on June 23.
  79. Record a song at Historic RCA Studio B on June 23.
  80. Canoe, kayak and more at Boat Day 2018 on June 23.
  81. Get ready for Monster Jam at Bridgestone on June 23.
  82. Make mud pies at SOAC on June 23.
  83. Disney and the Nashville Symphony? Yes please! June 23 at Ascend.
  84. Plan a date night during Parent's Night Out in Smyrna on June 23.
  85. Batter up for Vintage Baseball at Ravenswood, RippavilleMansker's Station on June 24.
  86. Summer concert at Carnton on June 24.
  87. Attend a tea party with American Girl on June 24.
  88. Movies Under the Stars will feature Pan June 25-30.
  89. The Frist Art Museum presents Family Monday on June 25.
  90. Sign the kids up for Design School at JoAnn Stores.
  91. Choose from the sequels to Despicable Me or How to Train Your Dragon at Regal Summer Movie Express June 26 & 27.
  92. Malco's Kids Summer Film Fest will feature The Prince of Egypt on June 26 & 27.
  93. The Nashville Symphony performs at Two Rivers Mansion on June 26.
  94. Boss Baby takes over the NCG Film Festival June 27-30.
  95. Kids Day is at Pinkerton Park on June 27.
  96. Ferdinand takes his place in the AMC Summer Movie lineup on June 27.
  97. Learn Basic Knots and Fire Making at Wayback Wednesday at Mansker's Station on June 27.
  98. Ms. Lou Anne’s Puppet Playhouse will be at the Richland Park Library on June 28.
  99. The Cat in the Hat will make an appearance in Seussical Jr June 28-30.
  100. Finding Nemo swims into The Palace Theater on June 29.
  101. Nothing says summer fun quite like the Watermelon Festival at Lucky Ladd Farms on June 30.

About Rachel Kline

Rachel KlineRachel is a Middle Tennessee native, born and raised in the Nashville area and having lived in Hendersonville, Murfreesboro, and Mount Juliet. She is mom to 3, step mom to 4 and Grandma to one (so far!)