This Weekend and Next Week
SOUL INCISION -LET’S GO DANCING TO THE BEST LOCAL OLD TIME ROCK AND ROLL BAND – A GOOD TIME IS GUARANTEED. So here’s how you can enjoy and dance to the rockin’ sounds of Soul Incision. TWO gigs coming in February, headlining the famous Jonell Mosser: February 2nd: 7:00-10:00 PM at The Whiskey Room in Cool Springs (inside King Bowl https://www.kings-de.com/coolsprings-franklin) Admission: $12 advance sale on-line or $15 at the door. Tickets on-line at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/soul-incision-in-the-whiskey-room-live-tickets-54123725520 February 14th: 6:00-10:00 PM at The Rudder at the Anchor High Marina in Hendersonville. This is a fundraiser for HomeSafe (homesafeinc.org) See the attached PDF for details. Admission: Includes dinner $45 with cash bar.
It’s National Ice Cream for Breakfast Day – February 2, 8AM-2PM, – It’s time for our favorite holiday– TRY ALL of your crazy breakfast flavors served on Belgian waffles…AND BACON. More information at https://www.facebook.com/events/404446716959191/. Particpating are the Pied Piper Creamery and Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams –Jeni’s is opening three hours earlier and will donate 50% of all sales made from the hours of 9 am – 12 pm to a nonprofit close to founder Jeni Britton Bauer’s heart.
The Listening Room Cafe’s 13th Anniversary – February 2, 10AM-5PM, Listening Room Café – Top songwriters will be helping to celebrate like Phil Barton, Hannah Ellis, Lance Carpenter, Brandon Chase, and many more. Tickets are free and give you access to all daytime shows. The $15 Food & Beverage minimum applies for all shows, all day. More information at https://listeningroomcafe.com/tc-events/tlr-13th-anniversary-daytime-writers-rounds/.
Fashion for a Fraction – February 2, 11AM-3PM, City Winery – This event brings Nashville’s best designer boutiques together under one roof where fashionistas and bargain hunters alike can take home deeply-discounted apparel, handbags, jewelry, accessories and much more. Tickets are $10 and $25. More information at https://www.bigtickets.com/event/details/?d1=fwp&d2=FFFFeb2019.
Cher – January 31, 7:30PM, Bridgestone Arena – Tickets went on sale September 14 for the one and only Cher at Bridgestone. More information at https://www.bridgestonearena.com/events/detail/cher-1.
2019 Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville – February 1-3, 9AM-6PM (1-2nd), 11AM-4PM (3rd), Music City Center – Celebrating its 29th year, The Antiques and Garden Show of Nashville brings together nationally and internationally renowned experts and exhibitors in the fields of antiques, decorative arts and landscape design. The show is the largest of its kind in the country, offering more than 150 antique stations, horticultural booths and landscaped gardens. Tickets are $20 in advance. More information at http://antiquesandgardenshow.com/
45th Annual Bluegrass Music Awards and 36th National Convention – January 31, February 1-3, various times, Sheraton Music City Hotel – This gives you the chance to hear lots of great Bluegrass Music. Featured performers include Lonesome River Band, Grascals, Flatt Lonesome, and Big Country Bluegrass. More information at https://spbgma.com/nashville.html.
Franklin Art Crawl – February 1, 6-9 PM, Downtown Franklin – Franklin brings you an Art Crawl through the historic streets of town. Featuring art galleries and artists throughout the Downtown area, the Franklin Art Scene provides both the novice and professional art goer the opportunity to see many genres of art in a historic setting. The $5 Trolley rides, wonderful charm of the shop and gallery owners, live music, and refreshment make this an event you will want on your calendar the first Friday of every month! More information at http://www.franklinartscene.com/\
7th Annual Bottles for BizTown – February 1, 6:00 p.m. – Masked wine tasting competition featuring a silent auction, entertainment and food all benefiting the Junior Achievement of Middle Tennessee BizTown program that helps give young people the knowledge and skills they need to own their economic success, plan for their future, and make smart academic and economic choices. Tickets are $30. More information at http://www.janash.com/events/bottles-for-biztown
The Theater Bug presents “Secondhand Wings” – February 2-3, 7-10, 7PM – If you have not seen a production by the Theater Bug, it is highly recommended. This is a original play by Cori Anne Laemmel (a remarkably talented). Tickets are $10. The Theater is a youth theater dedicated to inspiring young people to create community and build confidence – encouraging them in the performing arts. More information at https://www.facebook.com/events/2185065681810269/?event_time_id=2185065688476935.
Bank of America’s Museums on Us: Frist Art Museum –February 2-3, 9AM, Frist Center Enjoy free admission this weekend. Do take notice that the Country Music Hall of Fame is not part of this program. Special exhibitions and ticketed shows are the first full weekend (Saturday and Sunday) of each month. More information at http://museums.bankofamerica.com/
The Whole Hog Party, Groundhog Day, Chinese New Year, & Picking Party February 2, 1PM, Shelby Bottoms Nature Center – It’s Groundhog Day with mammals spotted around the park featured. Chinese New Year starts next week and it’s the “year of the Pig,” enjoy some events highlighting this unique cultural event. End the day with a Pickin’ Party! Registration is required. More information at https://www.wannado.com/event/the-whole-hog-party-chinese-new-year-groundhog-day-picking-party-TeMBAA/
Downtown Art Crawl – February 2, 6-9 PM Downtown Arcade, 224 5th Ave North – Around a thousand people usually do the downtown art crawl on the first Saturday of every month. Free food, drink, and company. More information at http://www.nashvilledowntown.com/play/first-saturday-art-crawl.
Arts and Music at Wedgewood/Houston – February 2, 6-9PM, Wedgewood/Houston Neighborhood – Minutes from downtown, WeHo has dozens of venues, commercial galleries, artist-run studios, and coworking spaces exhibiting groundbreaking art each month. More information at http://am-wh.com/.
Unleashed: Dinner with your Dog – February 2, 6:30PM, Loews Vanderbilt Hotel – This event features a full course dinner, dessert, and cocktails along with the signature Available2Adopt Doggies walking down the catwalk. guests are encouraged to bring their dogs for what is guaranteed to be a fun memorable evening for both two-legged and four-legged guests! Cassadee Pope is the host. General admission tickets are $125. More information at https://www.classy.org/event/unleashed-2019/e212125.
Cooking Class with MasterChef Winner Gerron Hurt – February 1, 6-9PM, Dabble Studio – In this special class, you will be learning from Gerron Hurt best known for winning Fox’s popular cooking show MasterChef Season 9 with chefs Gordon Ramsay, Aarón Sánchez and restaurateur Joe Bastianich. Cost is $85. More information at http://dabblestudio.com/event/4747/master-chef-winner-gerron-hurt-as-guest-chef-cajun-risotto
Tedeschi Trucks Band – January 31, February 1-2, 8PM, Ryman Auditorium – Tickets are on sale for three shows by Tedeschi Trucks Band at the Ryman. Tickets start at $39.50. More information at https://www.ryman.com/tag/tedeschi-trucks-band/?orderby=date&order=ASC.
Glenn Miller Orchestra – February 2, 7PM, TPAC’s Jackson Hall – Tickets remain for the timeless music of The Glenn Miller Orchestra. Remaining tickets range from $56-$80. More information at https://www.tpac.org/event/2019-02-02-to-2019-02-02-glenn-miller-orchestra/.
Mozart, Mendelssohn & Schumann – February 1-2, 8PM, Schermerhorn Symphony Center – Tickets range from $20-$90. More information at https://www.nashvillesymphony.org/tickets/concert/2018-2019-season/mozart-mendelssohn-schumann-2019/.
Opening Reception for The SuperNatural – February 1, 6-8PM, 21c Museum Hotel – Enjoy a cocktail reception at 6 pm with remarks by Chief Curator Alice Gray Stites, followed by a special presentation by featured artist Jakob Kudsk Steensen. More information at https://www.21cmuseumhotels.com/nashville/event/opening-reception-for-the-supernatural/.
The SuperNatural After Party – February 2, 9PM-12AM, 21c Museum Hotel – Enjoy live entertainment while exploring the newest exhibition, The SuperNatural (opening Feb 1st), featuring artworks like Tabor Robak’s Mana Curve, a virtual reality installation by Jakob Kudsk Steensen, and many more! Musical sets by various local artists, aerial dance performances, and complimentary cocktails and light bites. https://www.21cmuseumhotels.com/nashville/event/the-supernatural-after-party/.
Chinese New Year at Margot Cafe & Bar – February 5, 5-10PM, Margot Café and Bar – Come celebrate the year of the pig as Margot and the crew serve up their versions of your Chinese favorites. More information at https://www.facebook.com/events/232787627650032/.
The Doyle and Debbie Show – February 5, 7PM, Station Inn – Doyle and Debbie is back. The sublime parody, simultaneously lampooning and idolizing country music’s tradition of iconic duos and their subsequent battle of the sexes. Bruce Arntson and Jenny Littleton wield the vocals of vintage country stars and the acting chops of Broadway veterans, a wickedly funny script and slew of equally hilarious original songs. Tickets are $20. More information at https://www.doyleanddebbie.com/.
Dcappella – February 5, 7:30PM, Ryman Auditorium – Tickets remain for this show which is advertised as Disney’s Live A Cappella experience. Tickets start at $39.50. More information at https://www.ryman.com/events/dcappella/.
Toni Braxton – February 5, 8PM, Municipal Auditorium – Tickets remain for Toni Braxton at the Municipal Auditorium. Tickets range from $29.50 to $150. More information at http://www.nashvilleauditorium.com/events/tb.asp.
Karen Tarkington Rogers Service Opportunities
Serving Our Homeless Community – February 3, 8:30-10:30AM, Nashville Public Library – Do you have an awesome Team, Work Group, Bible Group, Youth Group or are you an Individual that has a heart to serve our community? Everyone is Welcome To Come Serve!!! What Can You Bring?: Food, Drinks, Clothes, etc. (Not Mandatory But Welcomed & Appreciated). More information at https://www.facebook.com/events/290645664955358/.