Most people had plans to hang out in Manchester, Tennessee for Bonnaroo this weekend. Unfortunately for the second year in a row those plans have changed due to flooded grounds on the Farm. Comedian Dave Chappelle and Joe Rogan show at Bridgestone Arena this weekend was postponed.
But don’t panic, we talked to our good friends Chris and Zach of Do615 about what’s going on in Nashville this week to escape your Roo woes and also get you the laughs you need after a long week.
You can still enjoy some live music at Centennial Park with Musicians Corner Presents: September Sundown kicks off this Thursday with Cedric Burnside, Caroline Spence and Brassville. On Friday the September Sundown continues with Illiterate Light, AJ and the Jiggawatts and Nashville based band The Medium. At Ascend Amphitheater on Thursday, Grammy Award winning recording artist John Legend will bring his Bigger Love tour to the Music City along with The War and Treaty.
The return of college football starts this week with Middle Tennessee State taking on Monmouth and the Vanderbilt Commodores taking on East Tennessee State this Saturday. You can also enjoy of weekend of soccer with Nashville SC versus New York City FC and a 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifier as USMNT takes on Canada.
Even though Dave Chappelle and Joe Rogan’s show will not take place, you can still get a laugh at Zanies tonight with Comedy All Stars with all the proceeds supporting the Middle Tennessee flood victims.
Just a few events around the city to help you get over the loss of Bonnaroo this year and that’s just a few. Below are some upcoming events around Nashville that caught our eye, from Do615: