Tamara Saviano and Paul Whitfield’s Without Getting Killed or Caught opens this week at the Belcourt.
Nashville Zoo has launched an online auction to help raise funds for the zoo in order to continue improving the visitor experience and also contribute to conservation efforts around the world. The online auction goes from now until August 5th, just in time for From Nashville Zoo with Love: Presented by News 2 – an hour-long primetime live special report to raise funds for the zoo.
During an appearance Thursday on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen,” legendary country star Dolly Parton was asked about Britney Spears and her conservatorship battle.
Artober Nashville will celebrate its 10th anniversary of the annual month-long celebration of the arts in Nashville and Middle Tennessee this fall with Tammy Gentuso’s ‘Wee Little Houses.’
Saturday, Aug. 7, is National Mead Day. I don’t know how you were planning on spending the holiday, but heading to HoneyTree Meadery at 4 p.m. should be part of the celebration. Mike Wolf, author of Barantined: Recipes, Tips and Stories to Enjoy at Home, will be at HoneyTree, East Nashville’s meadery.
Genre-blending icon WANDA JACKSON joins fellow Rock & Roll Hall of Famer JOAN JETT and Grammy nominated ELLE KING for a saccharine stomp with full-tilt femme power.
Filmed at Lambert’s Tennessee farm and directed by Reid Long, the video is a casual backyard hang with a Pride-party twist. Keen-eyed viewers will be able to spot Lambert’s husband Brendan McLoughlin and his brothers; her brother Luke, who brought his husband Marc and their Texas friends; DJ Telemitry, the electronic guise of songwriter-producer Jesse Frasure; singer Gwen Sebastian; and the country duo Tigirlily.
Wielding his fiery fiddle, composer/performer Douglas Waterbury-Tieman, is joined by his wife/muse Annabelle Fox, Zach & Maggie White, Laura Ray, Mike Gaisbacher, and special guest Rachel Potter for a concert version of the foot-stompin’ new musical Johnny and the Devil’s Box.
The events happen as new COVID-19 cases spike across Middle Tennessee as a result of the highly contagious Delta variant. The CDC released new guidance this week, recommending masks indoors.
Some road closures begin August 4 and most will be reopened by August 12 with a couple of exceptions.