Every year, the summer music festival landscape seems to change and expand, and, though that sometimes can mean growing pains for larger, increasingly competitive events, and uncertainty for smaller ones, there’s been an ongoing demand for more curated, boutique, and unique fests. Following this year’s convenient trend of revealing day lineups right off the bat, Railbird’s Saturday, Aug. Tickets are on sale now, and range from GA to VIP to an ultra-deluxe Superfecta level, all right here, but we’re thrilled to announce that we’re also giving away a pair of weekend passes to the inaugural event to one lucky fan! Riding high on the buzz from their highly acclaimed new record Ever Since I Lost My Mind, Charleston, SC based, Americana-infused indie project SUSTO, the brainchild of songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Justin Osborne, are set to return to Nashville to headline The Basement East on April 12. 1988, grown to become a huge and revelrous affair, complete with performances from big-name national musical acts and local favorites alike. Pride always hosts great artists, with past years boasting the likes of Vanessa Carlton, En Vogue, St.
10, general admission tickets are a steal, or, if you want the full experience, several VIP levels are also available, all right here. We’re also thrilled to announce that we’re giving away a pair of general admission weekend tickets to one lucky fan! Check out a preview of just some of this year’s fantastic performers, head to Nashville Pride’s site for additional details, daily schedules, and the full, updated performance lineup, download the Nashville Pride mobile app for the latest updates, and enter for a chance to win tickets below! Bad Suns are set to return to Nashville for their first headlining show in a few years, April 10 at Cannery Ballroom with buzzy breakout pop singer Carlie Hanson. Click here to learn more about NCFNN sponsorship. Nashville is an American musical drama television series. It was created by Academy Award winner Callie Khouri and produced by R.
The series premiered on ABC, on October 10, 2012, and had more than 8. In May 2016, ABC cancelled the show. In June 2016, it was picked up by CMT for a fifth season. On April 10, 2017, CMT renewed Nashville for a 16-episode sixth season that debuted on January 4, 2018. Filming began on September 27, 2017. In the first episode, the series focuses on the rivalry of Rayna Jaymes and Juliette Barnes. Rayna Jaymes is the established “Queen of Country Music”. However, her latest album is not selling well and her tour is playing to half empty venues.
For later episodes through season four, the series follows the lives of country musicians, focusing on three female leads: country superstar Rayna Jaymes, rising problematic star Juliette Barnes, and newcomer singer-songwriter Scarlett O’Connor. From mid-season five, the series follows the lives of country musicians, focusing on two female leads: rising star Maddie Conrad, Rayna James’ daughter, and fading star Juliette Barnes, as well as focusing on recurring characters. The premise beginning with season six followed country stars Juliette Barnes, Deacon Claybourne, and the Highway 65 record label family as they strive to keep Rayna Jaymes’ dream alive and pursue their music while juggling relationships, family, and the ever-changing industry. The show features an ensemble cast. Powers Boothe and Robert Wisdom were reduced to recurring status, in the second season for creative reasons. Aubrey Peeples and Will Chase were dropped from the cast after season four by the series’ new showrunners. However, Chase made a guest appearance.
Connie Britton left the show in season five. Rachel Bilson was announced to have joined the cast on March 9, 2017 as a series regular. In addition to main cast, several actors appearing in Nashville in a supporting roles. For the fifth season, folk-Americana singer Rhiannon Giddens and indie-pop singer Bridgit Mendler joined the cast as Hallie Jordan and Ashley Wilkenson. Giddens held a major recurring role. Josh Stamberg played Darius, an extremely charismatic founder of a self-actualization movement that has transformed many lives that Juliette joins upon suffering from depression. Jake Etheridge played Sean, a recent military veteran suffering from severe PTSD who has yet to embrace his talent and passion for music. Khouri lived in Nashville from 1978 to 1982.