Miatas Play Music City - Verse 3

(615) 719-3156


22 Reasons to Visit Nashville

first ever "miatas play music city" a big success

On the weekend of Sept. 13th 2012, ninety Miatas from as far away as Canada converged on Nashville Tennessee for the first ever regional Miata event, Miatas Play Music City - Verse 1.  Chris and Lori Provencher with the help of the crew put on a jam packed weekend, to include 7 drive outs, General Jackson Riverboat Cruise, The Grand Ole Opry and the Southern Supper on Saturday night with entertainment by Andy Childs.  Because of the great turn out and the response from the 168 attendees, Miatas Play Music City - Verse 2 is being planned for Sept 2014.  Please check out the web site for details at www.miatasplaymusiccity.com


We enjoyed some the best entertainment Music City has to offer.  Grand Ole Opry, General Jackson Riverboat and Andy Childs with Six Wire.  

Enjoying the new found friends from other areas of this beautiful country.


Great Music

We visited some of the local and not so local tourist destinations.  


​We visited Cafe' Fontanella, Sam's at the Cove and other great places for some good America Cooking.

Good Food

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Miatas Play Music City - Verse 3

Sept 14-18, 2016

In Loving Memory of
Lori Turner Provencher
January 24, 1961 - December 9, 2015

Lori Turner Provencher, age 54, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, December 9, 2015. Lori is preceded in death by her father, Charles H. Turner. Survived by her mother, Virginia Turner; husband, Chris Provencher; son, Chance Minchey, (Ashlee Ballou); daughter, Stephanie Button; Chance's father, Terry Minchey; sister-in-law, Debbie Brown; sister, Traci Johnson; niece, Lacie Johnson, nephew, Lunden Johnson; 2 great nieces, Breklyn and Tynleigh Johnson; mother-in-law, Virginia Provencher; brother-in-law, Travis Provencher; uncle, Kirk and Elaine Turner of Marietta, GA; cousins, Mark and Kirk Turner. 

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