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Nashville Concerts in September 2014

Our selection of the best concerts in Nashville for the month of September 2014


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Andrew Jackson Hall: 16th - 21st September

The creators of the acclaimed Black Watch, director John Tiffany and choreographer Steven Hoggett, join forces with playwright/screenwriter Enda Walsh to bring the hit independent film Once, winner of a 2007 Academy Award for the hit song "Falling Slowly", to the stage. More info

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James K Polk Theater: 26th - 27th September

SPANK! is the unauthorized musical parody that captures all of the naughty fun of the love it-or-hate-it book series in this saucy and hilarious show! More info

Grand Ole Opry House: 22nd September

New Zealand singer-songwriter Lorde burst onto the music scene in late 2013 with her single Royals, an instant radio and music chart hit. After the sell out success of her first North American tour in March 2014, she is heading out on the road again with an expanded schedule, allowing many more cities to experience the hauntingly brilliant young singer. More info

Ryman Auditorium: 27th September

Stand-up comedian Amy Beth Schumer placed fourth on the fifth season of NBC's Last Comic Standing, and she placed second on Comedy Central's Reality Bites Back. More info

Bridgestone Arena: 23rd September

A new Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers record is coming! Hypnotic Eye is due for release on July 29th, and is set to feature a return to the sound of the band's first couple of classic records. They're touring it across the states, ably supported by the legendary Traffic member Steve Winwood. More info

Ryman Auditorium: 29th September

Broken Bells is an American indie duo formed of musicians Brian Burton and James Mercer. Burton is a producer also known as Danger Mouse and Mercer hails from the band The Shins, where he moonlights as the lead vocalist and guitarist. Together they've had a list of hit singles from 2009 to today and two studio albums, the most recent of which was released earlier this year. More info

Marathon Music Works: 21st September

Twenty One Pilots are the Ohio duo Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun who formed whilst at college and began to put out their own records before being signed by Pete Wentz' Fuled By Ramen label in 2013. Since the release of first studio album Vessel, TOP have been creating synthy, spoken-word, genre defying sounds and gaining an enormous, loyal fan base. More info

Ryman Auditorium: 28th September

With their unique blend of jazz, blues, classical, rhythm and blues, and pop Chicago continues to thrill audiences across the world. With a career that spans five decades, they are undoubtedly one of the most successful American rock bands of all time. More info

Grand Ole Opry House: 16th - 1st January

The show that made country music famous features the new stars, superstars, and legends of country music in each performance. At the Opry, you can count on things happening you just can't see anywhere else. Catch the Opry at the Grand Ole Opry House February - October. More info

James K Polk Theater: 21st September

Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim's unique brand of surreal bizarreness first found its home in animation, on the show Tom Goes to the Mayor. Since then it's spread into multiple cult tv shows, a movie, webisodes and those Old Spice commercials starring Terry Crews. They're joined on this tour by Dr Steve Brule (John C. Reily). More info

Schermerhorn Symphony Center: 26th September

No one can quite match Jimi, but these guys come pretty close. In celebration of the greatest guitarist who ever lived, some of the rock world's top modern players have gathered for a second 2014 edition of the Experience Hendrix Tour. The event toured previously toured through March and April earlier this year, but now it's back with an even bigger line-up. More info

Riverfront Park: 20th September

The Avett Brothers are a non-traditional bluegrass band that originated in Concord, North Carolina. The two brothers, Seth and Scott, formed the group after the breakup of the former rock band, Nemo, adding a third member, Bob Crawford. More info

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