The Music City Sports Festival is an inaugural event will be hosted by George Plaster. This interactive event will include our speaker series, pro-teams, college row, activities for children, and much more. Tickets are $5 so be sure to bring the whole family out! There will also be a 5K healthy walk and run. Early registration for the 5k is $25.00 and that includes admission for both days of the festival.
The event features keynote speakers, as well as members from professional teams, college teams, and much more. Come join us for this celebration of sports and the Nashville community.
The event kicks off on Friday night, May 31st and will feature a 5K Run on June 1st.
Nashville’s Music City Center
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Friday May 31st,
4:00 PM – Preview Party
Saturday June 1st
6:30 AM – The Marshall Molar 5K
Speaker Series (more to be added):
UK national title reunion – 1996
The 1996 Kentucky Wildcats are considered one of the best NCAA title
teams of all-time. Guard Derek Anderson will lead the speaker series, and
he has just published a new book entitled “Stamina”. The book chronicles
Anderson’s difficult childhood all the way through his NBA career. Anderson
played for legendary coach Rick Pitino, and will be joined by a yet-to-be
determined player off that national title team.
The Nashville Predators have one of the most loyal fan bases I the NHL, and
will play a prominent role in the Music City Sports Festival. The Preds will
host an alumni speaker series event at 3 pm, and there are sure to be great
insights from the alumni who helped build the franchise from its expansion
It is estimated that 3.8 million concussions occur each year in the United
States fro sports related activity, and with that in mind, Baptist Hospital
Medicine understands the importance of proper concussion management.
They are putting together this speakers series specifically to help parents
better understand the warning signs of concussions. This is a must-attend for
parents with children participating in athletics.
It’s all things MTSU with football coach Rick Stockstill, basketball coach
Kermit Davis, women’s basketball coach Rick Insell, and athletic director
Chris Massaro. This speaker series will be hosted by Blue Raider play-by-
play voice Chip Walters, and comes on the heels of a very successful athletic
year for MTSU.
Anthony Munoz was inducted to the Pro Football Hall Of Fame in 1998 after
a 13 year career with the Cincinnati Bengals. Munoz is considered by many
to be the best offensive lineman in NFL history. Munoz was 3rd overall pick
in the 1980 NFL draft. He had an illustrious career in college at USC, and led
the Trojans to a 17-16 Rose Bowl win over Ohio State. Munoz was named
NFL Offensive Lineman of the Year in 1981, 1987 and 1988. In 2010, Munoz
was ranked #12 on the NFL network’s The Top 100 Greatest Players.