Upcoming Live Shows This Week – April 29 2024

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1. The Postal Service

Monday, April 29, 7:30 pm

Bridgestone Arena, 501 Broadway, Nashville

 

“This exceptional live visit celebrates the twentieth commemoration of two notorious collections from 2003: The Postal Help’s RIAA Platinum-confirmed collection ‘Surrender’ and Passing Taxi for Dollface’s RIAA Platinum-ensured leap forward fourth studio album ‘Transatlanticism’. Both albums were released within eight months of each other and were created with a modest recording budget of just $20,000. Indie rock quartet Slow Pulp will be supporting each night of the tour.”

2. Tracy Lawerence

Saturday, May 4, 8 pm

Ryman Amphitheater, 116 Rep John Lewis Way, Nashville

“Country singer Tracy Lawrence will be performing at The Ryman this week. Attendees can expect to hear some new music slated for release later this year, possibly getting a sneak peek of unreleased songs during the concert.”

3. Morgan Wallen

 

Thursday – Saturday, May 2-4, 6 pm

Nissan Stadium, 1 Titans Way, Nashville

Morgan Wallen will be taking the stage at Nissan Stadium for a three-night concert series this week. Joining him as special guests for the tour are Bailey Zimmerman, Nate Smith, and Lauren Watkins.

Upcoming Live Shows This Week - April 29 2024
Upcoming Live Shows This Week – April 29 2024

4. Stephen Day

Thursday, May 2, 8 pm

Brooklyn Bowl, 925 3rd Avenue N, Nashville

Stephen Day, a Georgia native and current resident of Nashville, is a contemporary singer-songwriter who has been steadily building his fanbase since his debut with the 2015 EP “Undergrad Romance and the Moses in Me” while he was still a college sophomore. From that point forward, he has delivered three additional undertakings, including the pandemic EP “Unique Tunes and Sound” in 2020, alongside two full-length collections: “Suppose I’m Developed At this point” (2019) and “The Shapes I’m In” (2021).

5. T Bone Barrett

Friday, May 3, 8 pm

Franklin Theatre, 419 Main Street, Franklin

While creating his new record “The Other Side,” T Bone Burnett was inspired by the concept of “you.” Reflecting on this, the Oscar and Grammy-winning composer-producer-songwriter, renowned for his collaborations with artists like Robert Plant, Alison Krauss, Brandi Carlile, and Elton John, as well as his work on iconic soundtracks such as “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” and “Walk the Line,” noted the prevalence of the word “you” in the titles of many chart-topping songs.

6.  Music of Pink Floyd with Nashville Symphony

Sunday, May 5, 8 pm

Ascend Amphitheater, 310 1st Avenue S, Nashville

Come and experience the Nashville Symphony performing the music of Pink Floyd at Ascend Amphitheater.

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