Photo Credit: Danny Clinch
The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of Nashville arts and entertainment news from around the web.
Old Crow Medicine Show, Brothers Osborne to Play Grand Ole Opry at Bonnaroo (Rolling Stone)
One of the more surprising inclusions on the initial 2018 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival lineup was the Grand Ole Opry, and now the iconic country music brand has shed some light on its involvement this year.
Nashville Ballet presents internationally acclaimed works with ‘Modern Masters’ (The Tennessean)
Founded in 1986, Nashville Ballet has earned a solid reputation for excellence, steadily building its repertory and pushing the bounds of what dance can be. And its upcoming “Modern Masters: Kylián, Wheeldon & Balanchine” is no exception.
Reel Nashville 2018 (Nashville Scene)
Your guide to the 49th Annual Nashville Film Festival, taking place May 10-19 at Regal Hollywood Stadium 27
Beard On Books | May 2018 Nashville Literary Happenings (NowPlayingNashville)
Each month, East Side Story proprietor Chuck Beard offers up a survey of Nashville literary events he’s looking forward to, including author events, numerous open mic nights, East Side Storytellin’, and more.
Music City Bowl gets early date, time in 2018 (Nashvile Post)
The 21st version of the postseason college football game will kickoff at 12:30 p.m., Dec. 28
Heroes & Villains / Walker Stalker Fan Fest brings dozens of stars to Music City (Nashville Pride)
Heroes & Villains returns with their concurrent Walker Stalker Fan Fest event Saturday and Sunday, May 12-13, 2018.
Live Nation Celebrates National Concert Week With $20 Tickets (NowPlayingNashville)
Live Nation is celebrating National Concert Week (April 30 – May 8) in the most musical way
George Dombek: Recent Paintings (Nashville Arts Magazine)
Recent Paintings by George Dombek is on view at David Lusk Gallery May 1 through May 26.
Frist Art Museum Presents Chaos and Awe: Painting for the 21st Century (Broadway World Nashville)
The Frist Art Museum presents Chaos and Awe: Painting for the 21st Century, a sweeping survey of paintings from around the world that invite contemplation of seemingly ungraspable forces shaping contemporary society, from the ideological to the technological.