Musicians Corner

Apply to Perform at Nashville's Musicians Corner

Musicians Corner, a program of Centennial Park Conservancy, provides free public access to live music in Nashville's Centennial Park. The program presents 22 events annually in May/June and September, and since its inception in 2010, Musicians Corner has showcased over 1,500 artists including legends such as Emmylou Harris, Chris Stapleton, Vince Gill, The Blind Boys of Alabama, and Preservation Hall Jazz Band.

As part of the Centennial Park Restoration, a permanent venue was built in the southwest corner of Centennial Park. The space serves as a cultural meeting place that promotes arts education, community engagement, and fosters an appreciation of music among adults and children.

Modeled after Speakers' Corner in London's Hyde Park, Musicians Corner was created in Centennial Park where musical performers illustrate passion, diversity, and fellowship. Local vendors and activities augment the pastiche of musical performances to create unique community events.

Applications are valid for one year. Find the form here.