Nashville Goes to the Dogs

Music, festivities and plenty of fun for dog lovers and owners—it’s the Nashville Humane Association’s 19th Annual Dog Day Festival, Saturday, Sept. 20, in Nashville’s historic Centennial Park.

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The annual celebration features music from some of Nashville’s top acts, including Rachel Williams, Andrea Pearson and hit songwriter Wil Nance. There will also be contests, prizes, a Doggie Spa, Kid Zone and other activities. All proceeds benefit the Nashville Humane Association. For more information on the event, visit nashvillehumane.org.

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