Nashville Nights: 5 Things You Should Do in Nashville This Week – August 10th, 2015

Nashville Nights: 5 Things You Should Do in Nashville This Week – August 10th, 2015

Every single week I feel like there are a million and one things to do in Nashville. With my calendar filling up by the day, I thought it might be fun to share some of the events I’m excited about attending. Whether you’re in Nashville or not, I hope you’ll check back to the site to see what’s going on, and hopefully join me if you’re ever in the area.

This week is jam packed with fundraisers, benefits, and just good ole fun to take part in. Break out of your living room, stay away from Netflix, and come enjoy some live music, food, and hey, even wine!

 

For The Love of Tomatoes – A Benefit For 2nd Harvest Food Bank

Aimed at supporting both 2nd Harvest Food Bank and female singer/songwriters, this benefit will bring together the best of the best in Nashville’s female songwriting circle to raise money and collected canned food. Not only do you get an evening of amazing music, but you get to walk away knowing you’re helping people throughout the Nashville area. The line-up is stellar, the cause is fantastic, and it’s a great way to step outside of the Whiskey Jam circus to do something new.

WHEN: Monday, August 10th @ 6PM

WHERE: Dan Mcguinness Irish Pub

PRICE: Admission is canned goods, or a generous cash donation which will go directly to Second Harvest.

FEATURING: 

Leah Turner
SaraBeth
Sandra Lynn
Jordyn Stoddard
Colby Dee
Sasha McVeigh
Lyndsey Highlander
April Kry
Mary Sarah

 

2 Steps Back @ Tin Roof

The Oklahoma foursome is comprised of the three Lowrey brothers–Kyle (lead vocals), Jake (lead guitar) and Wes(bass)–and close friend Dave Koscelny (drums). The group first formed 10 years ago in the small town of Lenapah, Oklahoma and their first single, “Off Romancing,” charted on Texas Regional radio. They’ve opened in major venues for artists like the Eli Young Band, Miranda Lambert, Frankie Ballard and Joe Nichols, among others. They’ll be taking their fresh new sound to the stage at Tin Roof this week, and it’s a show you’re not going to want to miss.

WHEN: Monday, August 10th @ 7PM

WHERE: Tin Roof Demonbruen

PRICE: FREE

 

GUITAR-B-QUE @ Losers

Guitar-B-Que presented by The Big 98 is taking place at Loser’s on Wednesday, August 12th at 5pm. It’s going to be a night full of amazing performances from some really cool up-and-coming artists. Not to mention a few of Country radio’s biggest hit makers. There will be performances by Lee Brice, Eli Young Band, A Thousand Horses, Cam and Jon Pardi.

WHEN: Wednesday, August 12th @ 5PM

WHERE: Loser’s Bar and Grill – Midtown

PRICE: $20 Advance / $25 Door

 

Los  Colones @ ACME Feed & Seed

A Nashville must-see, Los Colognes will bring their unique and invigorating sound to the stage at ACME once again. This is a band you don’t want to miss, in an atmosphere that will get you pumped to be out on the town while you kick off your weekend. Take in the sites along the river and then hop into ACME for some drinks and good music.

WHEN: Friday, August 14th @ 10:30PM

WHERE: ACME Feed & Seed

PRICE:  Free (21+)

 

Arrington Vineyards Harvest Party

Head south and enjoy some tasty vino from Arrington Vineyards during their Harvest party. The party will include wine, food, and live music (including a performance by Kix Brooks himself). It’s supposed to be a big event with a lot of people in attendance, so make sure you get their early to scope out your spot. Don’t forget to pack some cheese and crackers to go with all that wine! Proceeds from this special event will benefit Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. This event is sponsored in part by Delta Dental of Tennessee and Metropolitan Bank.

WHEN: Saturday, August 15th, from 11AM-9PM

WHERE: Arrington Vineyards

PRICE: http://www.arringtonvineyards.com/2015-harvest-party FREE

 

Is there an event that I missed? Let me know in the comments below!

What an event featured in the future? Email me at info@jukeboxmixtape.com.

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