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Join people from all over Michigan this summer for concerts at Sandyland, our NEW movie nights, Fall Fest, and other community events throughout the year.


There’s always something happening in and around the village of Nashville, Michigan! Check out the Community Calendar for activities, events… and even SALES & SPECIALS offered by Nashville Route 66 Business District member businesses.

Our Mission

Generating opportunities to promote business and create a destination!

Things To Do


Come fill the hill on Friday, June 28th for our Sandyland summer concert—featuring Grammy nominated Sanctus Real! Bring a blanket or bag chair for hillside seating with fantastic sight and sound! Concessions onsite (no outside coolers allowed). Tickets on sale now at Presale tickets just $18, or $25 at the gate. Special group rate available when you pre-buy 15 tickets or more—use promo code: FILLTHEHILL.

Follow us on Facebook @Sandylandnashville for details.

Movies at Sandyland

Join the fun at Sandyland all summer long at our outdoor movie nights on the hill! Bring a blanket or bag chair at dusk and watch movies under the stars! Concessions available onsite (no outside food or beverages please). Follow us on Facebook @Sandylandnashville for dates, films and showtimes!

Fall Fest

Reminiscent of Harvest Festivals of the past, Fall Fest celebrates local businesses, community organizations, and family. A dunk tank with local celebrities, chili cook-off, carnival games, pumpkin carving, hayrides, horse pulls and more provide fun for all ages! Held held annually in September—date TBA.

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Vision For Growth

Located along M-66, running north and south through West Michigan, we invite you to stop for a visit. We strive to live up to our promise of being “a friendly destination” and encourage you to shop, dine, play, and perhaps choose to live here.

Utilize the Paul Henry Thornapple Trail, kayak the Thornapple River, enjoy Putnam Park, Riverside Park, or Central Park, the petting zoo at MOO-Ville Creamery, our historic Putnam District Library, and much more.

Through partnerships with the Barry County Chamber of Commerce, the Barry County Economic Development Alliance, and the Barry Community Foundation we also seek to grow our local economy…come and grow with us!