The Nashville Fringe Festival is proud to help present The East Nash Halloween Bash featuring Gavin Shea, Guthrie Brown, Hide Your Mama & the Canyon Riders. The event will take place Saturday, November 2 at East Centric Pavilion / $15 or $10 with a costume / 3pm – 8pm. ($200 Best Costume Prize; $100 Pumpkin Pie Eating Contest; $100 Halloween Painting Contest.)
The Basement will be hosting Tesla Rose + repeat repeat + Heavy Sole + the Dirty Things this coming Thursday, October 31. Doors at 8pm, show at 9pm, $8.
Jazz Music City Records and the Nashville Fringe Festival present the Nashville Jazz Orchestra, directed by trumpeter/composer Jim Williamson, along with the Jazz Music City All-Stars (featuring Rahsaan Barber, Imer Santiago, Bruce Dudley and Marcus Finnie). The NJO will be performing a special concert celebrating the release of “It Ain’t Necessarily So,” a dynamic big-band recording of music by the great George Gershwin.
Monday, October 28 at 7pm @ 3rd and Lindsley // $15 cover (includes a copy of the NJO’s new CD!)
Bands for the event will begin performing at 4pm, and will include Waterfall Wash, Vinyl Thief, Slick, and Roots of a Rebellion. “Halloween” will hit the big screen at 8pm. Tickets are $5, and the event takes place at 1604 Shelby Avenue, Nashville, TN 37206.
Eric Brace presents “Hangtown Dancehall,” a folk-opera featuring Kelly Willis, Eric Brace, John Wesley Harding, Andrea Zonn, Jon Byrd, Peter Cooper, and more. The show will take place at 3rd & Lindsley Saturday, November 2, 2013. Tickets are $10 (limited reserved seating tickets are available for $20). Doors are at 6pm, and the show begins at 7pm.
Friday, October 25, The End will be hosting BloodDrive, Hurts to Laugh, and Lurancy Vennum. Tickets for the event are $5. Doors are at 9pm.