Nashville is always ahead when it comes to food and bringing people together. This time around COVID-19 has put a lot of events on hold or even cancelled them. Fortunately, with everyone complying with rules The Nashville Black Market is able to happen. If you're not familiar, The Nashville Black Market gathers the best in Black vendors to sell there items exclusively in one place. The Nashville Black Market co-founders Carlos Partee and Javvon Jones say this officially the fourth event.
But this time it will be held outdoors. The Nashville Black Market started in February 2019 to provide a safe space for Black entrepreneurs to showcase their businesses. "The support Black businesses wave was going for awhile but when those corporations and people stopped supporting us now what?, says Partee." Perfect timing for The Nashville Black Market.
The Nashville Black Market will be taking place, Saturday, October 3 at 2416 Music Valley Drive, close to Opryland. Food trucks, vendors and a DJ will be on site.
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