The vision of Creatives’ Day has always been to celebrate Nashville's Creative community by showcasing and highlighting storytellers, visual artists, musicians, writers, film art professionals, creative entrepreneurs, photographers, dancers, and jewelry designers living and working in Nashville! Come and join us for our annual Creatives' Day Festival that is sure to draw visitors across the world in celebration of Nashville’s creative community!
Zombie Prom Reunion Show Ft. Ariel Bui, Boys Go To War (back from the dead), X/W, Hogwaller & The Gangly Youth
Tune in live at WFIT 89.5FM Melbourne, FL, online at wfit.org or via TuneIn app.
Listen Live 7-9PM EST at 91.5 FM, online at wprk.org or TuneIn app.
$1 per ticket will be donated to The Billy Manes Foundation
MUSIC • ART • TOMATOS • Killa Tomato Fest is in it's second year and ready to highten your expectations. 3 days of music, art, food, pinball, and even few surprises. Sept 8 & 9th at Cobra Lounge & Sept 10th at The East Room. The count down is on and we can't wait to see you there! $10/Day • $25/weekend pass. Presented by Invisible Library & Moxie Ventures in conjuction with Palaver Records, and sponsored by Rick's Comic City.
Celebrating the release of Happy Little Trees' new album We Are Little.
Doors at 7, show promptly at 8- you'll get home at a totally reasonable hour. $5
FREE * ALL AGES * FINAL SHOW
Biscuit Boy (Bruce Ervin)
Brett Rosenberg standup comedy
Salina Hernandez's Lost Bet
Charlie Bob's will be closed come May Day. It's gonna be bulldozed into condos. April 30 is the last day. These acts work, book, live, or have performed at Charlie Bob's. Come say goodbye with us.
FREE. ALL AGES.
HIP HOP. COUNTRY. ELECTRONIC. ROCK. EXPERIMENTAL. PERFORMANCE.
Bring $$ for all the bands, especially Curt Oren who's on tour.
Featuring Ariel Bui, Jessie Breanne, Magpie, Charlie & The Evil Mothers, NDUKA, The Hollows & more.
$5. Doors at 6:30. Music at 7.
Now in it's third year, the mission of this event remains to continue fostering a diverse community in Nashville by connecting and integrating women whose unique voices and diverse talents make our city so distinctive. It is also a time to recognize and celebrate the important legacy of the women who came before us, as well as The Movement For Black Lives during African American History Month.
Tickets have sold out in advance the last two years, so get them early!
18+ $12 advanced | $15 at the door
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This is the Nashville sister of the Nasty Women Exhibition in Queens, NYC. This is a group exhibition that serves to demonstrate solidarity among artists who identify with being a Nasty Woman in the face of threats to roll back women’s rights, individual rights, LGBTQ+ rights, and immigrant rights. It also serves as a fundraiser to support organizations defending these rights and to be a platform for organization near the Trump Presidential Inauguration in January.