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March 11, 2018 | Tom Ballard

“Nashville Is” combines healthcare, technology and music

Nashville IsHealthcare, technology and music are joining forces to hold a unique celebration this August in Nashville.

“Health:Further,” the city’s healthcare festival, the previously branded “36|86 Conference,” and outdoor music festival “Live On The Green” announced last week that they will hold a week of festivals August 27-31 under the joint banner of “Nashville Is.”

Using a number of venues throughout Music City, the three festivals kickoff August 27 with “Health:Further,” an annual three-day event focused on the future of health. It will be held at the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Music City Center. Next up is Launch Tennessee’s renamed “36|86 Entrepreneurship Festival,” an event focused on the Southeast’s premier start-ups, which will take occur August 29 and 30. Finally, “Live On The Green,” Nashville’s free outdoor music festival, begins August 30 and continues through Labor Day weekend.

“‘Nashville Is’ demonstrates Tennessee collaboration at its best,” according to Charlie Brock, Launch Tennessee Chief Executive Officer. “Launch Tennessee is excited that the ‘36|86 Entrepreneurship Festival’ can be a part of showcasing the fantastic industry growth happening across the state, and we look forward to seeing this partnership continue to develop for years to come.”

As a part of the ‘Nashville Is’ collaboration, participants can secure a discounted ticket to the two events that have a registration fee. For more information or to purchase a joint ticket, click here. You can learn more by reading last week’s announcement (Nashville Is Collaboration).

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