6 Live Shows this Week- April 29, 2024

photo by Cameron Baird

Here are six live shows to check out this week.

1The Postal Service

photo from Bridgestone Arena

Monday, April 29, 7:30 pm

Bridgestone Arena, 501 Broadway, Nashville

This extraordinary live run celebrates the 20th anniversary of each band’s seminal 2003 album, The Postal Service’s RIAA Platinum-certified Give Up and Death Cab for Cutie’s RIAA Platinum-certified breakthrough fourth studio LP Transatlanticism – two classics released within a mere eight months of one another, and created with a total recording budget of just $20k. Indie rock quartet Slow Pulp is set to support each night of the tour.

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2Tracy Lawerence

photo by Donna Vissman

Saturday, May 4, 8 pm

Ryman Auditorium, 116 Rep John Lewis Way, Nashville

Country crooner, Tracy Lawerence will be at The Ryman this week. With new music to be released this year, you might get a sample of some yet to be released songs at this concert.

Find tickets here. 

3Morgan Wallen

photo by Cameron Baird

Thursday – Saturday, May 2-4, 6 pm

Nissan Stadium, 1 Titans Way, Nashville

Morgan Wallen will perform at Nissan Stadium for three nights this week. Special guests for the tour will be Bailey Zimmerman, Nate Smith, and Lauren Watkins.

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4Stephen Day

photo from Brooklyn Bowl

Thursday, May 2, 8 pm

Brooklyn Bowl, 925 3rd Avenue N, Nashville

Stephen Day is a Georgia native, and Nashville resident. The modern crooner has been growing his fanbase since debuting with his 2015 EP “Undergrad Romance and the Moses in Me” as a sophomore in college. Since then he’s released three projects including a pandemic EP, “Original Songs and Sound” (2020) and two full length albums: “Guess I’m Grown Now” (2019) and “The Shapes I’m In” (2021).

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5T Bone Barrett

photo by Jason Myers

Friday, May 3, 8 pm

Franklin Theatre, 419 Main Street, Franklin

When T Bone Burnett was making his new record The Other Side, he was thinking a lot about “you.”“I was reading a news story that some shocking percentage of number one hit songs had the word you in the title,” says the Oscar -and Grammy-winning composer-producer-songwriter well known for his work with everyone from Robert Plant and Alison Krauss to Brandi Carlile to Elton John and on iconic soundtracks including O Brother Where Art Thou and Walk the Line.

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6Music of Pink Floyd with Nashville Symphony

photo by Donna Vissman

Sunday, May 5, 8 pm

Ascend Amphitheater, 310 1st Avenue S, Nashville

Join the Nashville Symphony for the Music of Pink Floyd at Ascend Amphitheater.

Find tickets here. 

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