Music is back in Nashville.

With this weekend’s OUTLOUD Music Festival, summer concerts are returning in Nashville’s post-pandemic restriction era.

“It feels good to be back out,” Jack Davis, founder of Good Neighbor Festivals, told The Tennessean. “It wasn’t our plan to be the first one, but it’s nice to have an in-person concert again.”

The two-day festival, which began Friday night and runs through Saturday, features 18 different solo acts, music groups and bands at the Main Event Parking Lot and was billed as “a celebration of LGBTQ+ artists and allies.”