Celebrate the 16th cooperative Bluebird concert season in May and continues monthly through October.
On one of the tallest hilltops in Nashville, Bluebird on the Mountain concerts are scheduled around glorious sunsets on the portico of the Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory. Guests are encouraged to bring blankets, lawn chairs, food, and drink and relax on the Observatory’s front lawn to enjoy a fabulous evening of sunset, music, and stars. After the performance, when the stars begin to shine, the telescope is opened for visitors to cap their night with views of celestial wonders.
Funds raised from the Bluebird on the Mountain concert series are vital to Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory’s mission. When you buy a season ticket or an individual concert pass, you are helping maintain our outreach programs: Science Summer Camps, Telescope Nights, public talks, student field trips, and special event programming. Dyer’s doors have been open to the public since 1953. Your purchase helps ensure that the Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory tradition of providing quality educational programming to the Middle Tennessee community will continue. The relationship with The Bluebird Cafe not only benefits the Dyer Observatory, but provides support and recognition of songwriters and our music community.
Tonight’s featured artists are: Ashley Cleveland, Tom Douglas, The Warren Brothers
The price for 2019 is $850 (plus fees) for a 6 concert season pass. Each pass will admit one carload with a maximum of 8 passengers. All guests on a ticket must arrive together in a single car. Tickets procured outside of this official sales event, either privately or through third party sales sites, (Craigslist, aggregators, etc.) will not be honored. Season ticket holders will receive a hangtag pass for the season which can be picked up at the May 18 concert with a valid ID and your Eventbrite receipt.
Source: Dyer Observatory
$850/6 Concert Season Pass
Tickets on sale Friday, March 15, 1pm
The event listing will say “Not Yet On Sale” until the tickets go live. Due to the very high volume of people trying to get tickets simultaneously, Eventbrite will likely list the tickets as “unavailable” immediately after release. We recommend that patrons keep trying by continually refreshing their browser windows. When all tickets have been purchased, Eventbrite will then display “Sold Out.”