Category: Nashville Special Events

Mayor’s Youth Summit

Encourage your student to engage with the Mayor’s Youth Summit on Wednesday, November 2nd, which will be back in person this year. The summit is held annually to bring together young people from across Metro Nashville to discuss issues important to them with their peers and local stakeholders.  Registration is due by October 14th.  Thanks to the Oasis Center for hosting.  Visit this link to register and see flyer below for more details.

Mayor's Youth Summit

Jeff Syracuse, Metro Council District 15, Mayor Cooper, Mayor's Youth Summit

The Titans Express

Tennessee Titans and WeGo Partnering with the Titans Express

The Tennessee Titans and WeGo Public Transit are partnering once again to offer the most convenient and comfortable ride to and from home games with the Titans Express.  The special event train will operate for all preseason and regular season home games, beginning with the August 20 preseason game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.  

Music City Star, Tennessee Titans, Titans Express, WeGo Public Transit

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Music City Grand Prix with Councilman Jeff Syracuse

Event Train to Big Machine Music City Grand Prix!

Tickets are on sale now for WeGo Public Transit’s special event train from Lebanon to downtown Nashville for the Big Machine Music City Grand Prix on Sunday, August 7th. The train will depart from Lebanon Station at 12pm, Hamilton Springs at 12:08pm, Martha at 12:15pm, Mt. Juliet at 12:25pm, Hermitage at 12:35pm, Donelson at 12:45pm and arrive at Nashville’s Riverfront Station at 1pm. There is a 45-minute concert scheduled for after the race.

The return train to Lebanon leaves one hour after the conclusion of the concert. Round-trip tickets cost $15 plus a $2 processing fee and are available for purchase through ticketsnashville.com with a credit card. Tickets will not be for sale on the platforms. Parking is free at the inbound stations. Anyone needing special accommodations to board should call 615-862-5950 prior to their trip. Customers will receive only one ticket for the round-trip and will need to show the ticket to train personnel when boarding.

Upon boarding, each customer will receive a colored wristband in place of the ticket, which will serve as their train ticket. Customers must show the wristband to the conductor for the return trip. Children aged 4 and younger will not need a ticket to board; however, they are required to sit on a parent or guardian’s lap. Children aged 5 and older will need a ticket. Weekday Star tickets and monthly passes are not accepted on the Grand Prix train.

Music City Grand Prix with Councilman Jeff Syracuse

 

 

Big Machine Music City Grand Prix, WeGo Public Transit