[TICKET GIVEAWAY] Magic Giant w/ Castlecomer & Weathers | Jan. 28 @ Exit/In


With buzzed about festival appearances, endless press accolades, and an impressively strong debut album to their name, LA indie/pop folk breakouts Magic Giant are a band you need to know, especially if you dig singalong-worthy, upbeat, and nuanced songwriting. Set to return to Music City Jan. 28 for a performance at Exit/In, Magic Giant’s latest tour is made even more exciting with the inclusion of the more indie rock leaning Australia to Nashville transplants Castlecomer, celebrating their phenomenal recent debut, and buzzy LA alt rock breakouts Weathers. It’s a super cool lineup top to bottom, and tickets are still available here while they last! Or, if you’d rather leave it to chance, we’re also giving away a pair of tickets to one lucky fan! Read on for more about the show, and enter for a chance to win below.

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Maren Morris to Play The Ryman March 13


Texas raised, Nashville based country singer Maren Morris has had a star-making several years, swiftly transcending her promising early start as a writer (notably, contributing songs for TV’s Nashville as well as a host of big-name artists) to a Grammy winning superstar, breaking out with 2016 debut LP Hero, and teaming up with EDM artists Zedd and Grey for inescapable, ubiquitous 2018 monster of a pop tune, “The Middle.” On the heels of another round of Grammy nominations and her recent addition to this year’s impressive Bonnaroo lineup (graduating, notably, from her debut as a Club Stage artist in 2016 to a top-tier performer), Morris, prepping to release her highly-anticipated sophomore LP, just dropped an anthemic and empowering new tune, “Girl,” along with an announcement of her most extensive, globe-trotting headlining tour to date.

Set to bring the rising star to The Ryman Auditorium on March 13 (likely narrowly avoiding her Bonnaroo radius clause), the first trek of dates will feature fellow Nashville country breakout (and genre-bender) Cassadee Pope in the supporting slot (who also has a new album on tap), with later dates set to include kindred spirit RaeLynn. Dubbed “Girl: The World Tour,” this run is the latest testament to Morris’s staggering, well-deserved ascent, bringing a powerful, unrelenting new voice and attitude to the modern country landscape which long has and continues often not to give female artists their rightful due.

Grab tickets when they go on sale Tuesday, Jan. 22 at 10 a.m. CST right here (or through a number of pre-sales beginning Friday). Based on Maren’s stellar new single alone, we don’t expect them to last.

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[TICKET GIVEAWAY] Okey Dokey w/ Skyway Man & Harpooner | Jan. 25 @ Mercy Lounge


Easily one of our favorite acts to spring from the local scene in the past few years, psych pop duo Okey Dokey made a strong debut in 2017, and have continued to wow us more recently with a string of stellar singles. Joined by two more of Nashville’s finished rising talents, new(ish) James Wallace musical vehicle Skyway Man and psych pop transplants Harpooner, who all make for a really inspired and complimentary lineup, Okey Dokey are set to play an exciting hometown show Jan. 25 at Mercy Lounge! You can still grab tickets right here, but we’re thrilled to announce that we’re also giving away a pair of tickets to one lucky fan! If you’ve somehow missed out on these artists until now, read up on them all below, then enter for a chance to win.

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Jack White, Kacey Musgraves, Margo Price, More to Play Loretta Lynn Birthday Concert April 1 at Bridgestone Arena


With a career that spans the course of six decades, living legend Loretta Lynn has a legacy that is too monumental and influential to sum up with a simple paragraph. Sometimes called the “Queen of Country Music,” and for good reason, Lynn was a pioneer in a male dominated music scene, and, with over 60 studio releases and nearly 50 million albums sold, she’s one of the most successful and beloved country artists of all time, period. After more than a decade away from the studio, Loretta returned in 2016 with Grammy nominated Full Circle and Christmas album White Christmas Blue, and continued her newly prolific streak (despite a few health setbacks) with another LP, Wouldn’t It Be Great, last summer, which also scored another Grammy nomination for the celebrated singer.

Though she’s hosted live musical events to celebrate her birthday in the past, Lynn is going all out for her upcoming 87th, recently announcing a star-studded event April 1 at Bridgestone Arena, with an eclectic lineup of friends and collaborators, including Alan Jackson, Brandy Clark, Darius Rucker, Garth Brooks, George Strait, Jack White, Kacey Musgraves, Keith Urban, Little Big Town, Margo Price, Martina McBride, Miranda Lambert, Pistol Annies, and Trisha Yearwood, with producer Dave Cobb as musical director, all set to honor and pay tribute to the Tennessee musical legend, as well as raise money for the Opry Trust Fund and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

That’s a mighty stacked lineup, even for an arena show, so we’d recommend picking up tickets quick once they go on sale Friday, Jan. 18 at 10 a.m. CST right here (or use pre-sale code ‘CELEBRATE’ to snag yours early)!

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[TICKET GIVEAWAY] Amen Dunes / ARTHUR | Jan. 24 @ The Basement East


Still out in support of last year’s phenomenal, critically beloved fifth full-length Freedom, New York indie/experimental rocker Amen Dunes returns to Nashville for his first headlining show in several years (and for the first time since supporting Fleet Foxes last spring), Jan. 24 at The Basement East with buzzy Philly experimental pop artist ARTHUR. Fans of substantive, artsy, genre-bending, and underground indie and pop will not want to miss this outing, and tickets are still available while they last right here! We’re also excited to announce that we’re giving away a pair of tickets to one lucky fan, so if you’d rather roll the dice, read on for more about the show and enter for a chance to win below.

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