A Nearly Native’s Guide to This Weekend (10/17 – 10/19)

After a thoroughly dreary week in Nashville the sun in shining again, just in time for the weekend! Whether you choose to drink to Oktoberfest or enjoy the increasing number of Halloween-themed festivities, get out and enjoy yourselves!

FRIDAY, October 17, 2014

  • Ok Go at Mercy Lounge at 9pm ($14 ADV/$15 DOS) – On the fence for this one? Just Google the  “Here It Goes Again” music video. If that doesn’t sell you, nothing will
  • Kip Moore with Charlie Worsham and Sam Hunt at The Ryman at 8pm (SOLD OUT) – Hope you got your tickets!
  • 2014 Franklin Wine Festival at The Factory at Franklin at 7pm ($100 at the door)
  • Boyce Avenue at Cannery Ballroom at 7:30pm ($25 DOS)
  • Sandra Bernhard at City Winery at 8pm ($48 VIP/$45 Premier/$42 Reserved) – A comedic legend, for real though
  • Music City Improv at The Building at 8pm ($10 ADV/$12 DOS)
  • Halloween Bike Party at Centennial Park at 6:45pm (FREE) – Brought to you by the Nashville Bike Party; Costume (and BIKE) required.
  • Evil Dead: The Musical at TPAC at 7pm (Prices Vary) – Yes, this is a real thing. Yes, you can sit in the “splatter zone”.
  • City Farmhouse Pop-Up Show in Franklin, TN (FREE)
  • Ghouls at Grassmere at the Nashville Zoo from 5 to 9pm (Members $12/Non-Members $15) – Family friendly event for children under 12

SATURDAY, October 18, 2014

SUNDAY, October 19, 2014


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