The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of Nashville arts and entertainment news from around the web.
Kip Moore, Tony Hawk team for combo skate, concert event (The Tennessean)
Set for Sunday, Sept. 10, at Music City Walk of Fame Park, the event will kick off with Dee Jay Silver and newcomer Jordan Davis, then culminate with a skating demonstration from Hawk and a concert with Moore.
Your Guide to AmericanaFest 2017 (Nashville Scene)
In-depth conversations, a guide to can’t-miss concerts and more
Theatre That’s Larger Than Life! (Nashville Arts Magazine)
There’s a massive white tent rising like a pointy marshmallow off Briley Parkway near Opryland. If you happen to catch it in your peripheral vision, your first thought might be that it’s an old-fashioned tent revival or maybe that the circus has come to town. In very familiar ways, they both have.
Nashville Symphony and Local Partners to Announce Violins of Hope to Music City (The Tennessee Tribune)
Representatives from the Nashville Symphony, Jewish Federation of Middle Tennessee, Nashville Public Library, Nashville Ballet, Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Vanderbilt University and other local organizations will be on hand to announce plans to bring the Violins of Hope to Nashville in 2018
Public Invited to Vote as NFA Honors the Region’s Growing Fashion Industry (Williamson Source)
The new NFA (Nashville Fashion Alliance) Honors will focus on “Art and Commerce: Tradition and Transformation” because that is the magic of of our region’s creative industries.
Nashville Ballet Opens New Season with THE SLEEPING BEAUTY (Broadway World)
Nashville Ballet will open its performance season with one of the most beloved ballets of all time, The Sleeping Beauty, September 23-24, 2017, at TPAC’s Jackson Hall
Music City Food + Wine festival packs uniquely Nashville lineup (The Tennessean)
The fifth annual Music City Food + Wine festival kicks off Sept. 15 with a stellar lineup of local and national chefs, plus plenty of music and libations to fuel the weekend.
New Peter Max Retrospective coming to Nashville (Nashville Pride)
PETER MAX RETROSPECTIVE – THE COLLECTED WORKS 1960-2017, a newly-curated and highly-anticipated collection from Pop Art legend Peter Max, is the most important collection of his works ever assembled, and spans decades of celebrity portraiture and pop influence.
Art Crawl Confidential: September 2017 (Nashville Scene)
Cultural significance, babies and sexy knitwear, all at this month’s art crawl