5 Concerts to Attend this Week

1. Kevin Griffin at the Franklin Theatre

Thursday, October 24, 8 p
Franklin Theatre, 413 Main Street, Franklin

Kevin Griffin is an award winning songwriter, producer, co-founder of Pilgrimage Festival, multi-instrumentalist and the front-man of 90’s alternative rock band “Better Than Ezra”. He had early success with major alternative hits like “Good,” “In The Blood,” “Desperately Wanting,” “Extraordinary” and others. Kevin has had #1 hits writing songs like “Collide” for Howie Day, “Stuck Like Glue” for Sugarland, and “Scars” for Missy Higgins – he has also written songs with David Guetta, Taylor Swift, Christina Perri, James Blunt, Hot Chelle Rae, Train, Blondie, Boys Like Girls, Shinedown, Jennifer Nettles and others. Kevin calls both Nashville and Los Angeles his home.

Every pair of tickets purchased for this show includes a CD copy of Kevin Griffin’s forthcoming album, Anywhere You Go. You will receive an email with more details about this offer approximately 7 days after your purchase.

Buy tickets here. 

2. Luke Bryan at Opry Goes Pink

Tuesday, October 22, 9:30 p
Grand Ole Opry, 2804 Opryland Drive, Nashville

The Grand Ole Opry and four-time Entertainer of the Year Luke Bryan will join together in the fight against breast cancer on Tuesday, October 22 with a two-show edition of Opry Goes Pink. The 7 p show is sold-out but tickets still remain for the 9:30 p show. Among others already announced as joining Bryan on the show will be Anita Cochran, Sara Evans, Craig Morgan, and the Oak Ridge Boys. $5 from every ticket sold will be donated to Susan G Komen® for the fight against breast cancer.

Buy tickets here. 

3. Stephanie Quayle at Ole Red

Thursday, October 24, 7 p
Ole Red, 300 Broadway, Nashville

Stephanie Quayle, just released her latest EP, If I Was A Cowboy, and will hold a free EP release party at Ole Red this week.

Inspired by growing up on her family’s bison farm, Stephanie dug deep into her Montana roots for her latest release. Penning three of the five tracks on the EP, she wanted to authentically channel the undeterred spirit and ambition of the American Cowboy that she grew up surrounded by – her mom being the cowboy she looked up to the most.

4. Here Come the Mummies at Marathon Music Works

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Friday, October 25, 8 p
1402 Clinton Street, Nashville

It’s Lightning 100s Halloween Bash which benefits MusicCares. Here Come the Mummies is an eight-piece funk-rock band of 5000 year-old Egyptian Mummies with a one-track mind. Other musical guests include The New Respects & Fulton Lee.

Buy tickets here. 

5. 1980s Halloween Party with Mixtape at Hop Springs

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Saturday, October 26, 8 p
Hop Springs, 6790 John Bragg Highway, Murfreesboro

The biggest Halloween party in Murfreesboro will be at Hop Springs on October 26. Wear your fun and creative 80s inspired costumes for costume contest prizes, and listen to one of the best 1980s tribute bands in the world-Mixtape. This show will sell out so reserve your seats or tickets now. Doors open at 6:30-seating is limited so reserve your seats now.

To purchase tickets, click on a seat at a table or the general admission section in the section below. $20 for General Admission or $30 for reserved seat at a table.

Reserve your seat here. 

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