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Nashville Concerts in November 2014

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


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Andrew Jackson Hall: 18th - 23rd November

With NINE Tony Awards - including Best Musical - a Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album, and top New York critic calling it the best new musical of the century, this is one show you won't want to miss. More info

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Grand Ole Opry House: 21st - 30th November

With new technological enhancements and new show-stopping Rockettes performances, you will have the opportunity to experience the magic of Christmas like never before. In this multi-media production, the Rockettes will dance their way through jaw-dropping scenes, an array of glamorous costumes, dramatic lighting effects and a 50-foot LED screen that will enhance the show with breathtaking imagery! More info

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Ryman Auditorium: 12th November

The 10 man a capella group, who won a record deal after a label mogul heard them on Youtube, continue to dazzle with their renditions of pop classic and modern chart hits. More info

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Andrew Johnson Theater: 28th - 30th November

Based on the classic 1983 movie, A Christmas Story invites you into the home of Ralphie Parker, a 9-year old kid who is desperate to win the most coveted holiday prize: An Official Red Ryder Carbine-Action 200-Shot Range Model Air Rifle. More info

Ryman Auditorium: 19th November

The gravel voiced 2012 Idol winner wowed with his debut record, 'The World From The Otherside Of The Moon', and has now impeccably got over the jump with sophomore outing 'Beyond The Light'. With bluesy folk ballads and more matured rock melodies, he's proving there is life after Idol, and it is good! More info

Ryman Auditorium: 16th November

Alternative rock band Daughtry formed in 2008 after vocalist Chris Daughtry made it to the finals in the fifth season of television talent show, American Idol. Though he didn't win the competition, his impressive vocal range still earned him a record deal with RCA Records. More info

Ryman Auditorium: 17th November

Celebrating its landmark 11th season, So You Think You Can Dance's Top 10 finalists will be hitting the road this fall travelling across North America as part of the 2014 live tour! The tour line-up revealed on FOX includes the following top 10 finalists: Bridget Whitman, Casey Askew, Emilio Dosal and Zack Everhart. More info

Ryman Auditorium: 10th November

Effortlessly cool, an enduring symbol of punk royalty, Chrissie Hynde has spent the better part of the last 35 years fronting The Pretenders, creating solo work and collaborating with artists as diverse as Frank Sinatra and Morrisey. Hot off the release of Stockholm, her debute solo record that includes cameos from Neil Young and John McEnroe (Yes, we're serious) she's out on tour, bringing her signature vocals and swagger to ever-willing audiences. More info

Andrew Jackson Hall: 11th November

Marking five years on the road, this popular kids' (and parents!) rock concert gears up for the 2014 tour and features its well-known characters from the show like Muno, Brobee and Foofa. With a special handpicked setlist by DJ Lance Rock and the Yo Gabba Gabba creators Christian Jacobs and Scott Schultz, this concert tour is set to be the best one yet as they set out to show you that MUSIC IS AWESOME! More info

Bridgestone Arena: 21st November

Juggernauts of heavy metal, icons of nu-metal, Slipknot are back! For the first time in 6 years, they're releasing new music and heading out on tour to bring the chaos back to the nation! Known for bringing a new wave of metal to the world, this early 00's band have lasted the distance, in spite of line up changes and the death of creative powerhouse Paul Gray in 2010. Now they're back with a new album The Gray Chapter and ready to unleash their unique brand of hedonism on the world again. More info

Schermerhorn Symphony Center: 16th November

The Irish all-male wonder from producer Sharon Browne, and legendary songwriter/composer Phil Coulter, performs an eclectic mix of songs ranging from the traditional to the contemporary, with some international hits and original material in between. Boasting boy-band good looks and impeccable harmonies, the group delivers traditional Celtic songs and contemporary pop classics as only they know how. They embark on a Christmas-themed symphony US Tour in Autumn! More info

Marathon Music Works: 11th November

Firmly established as one of the pre-eminent indie bands of this era, Interpol's brand of edgy indie has earned the band a wide fan base, with their first two albums - 'Turn On The Bright Lights' and 'Antics' - securing them a top spot in the playlists of music lovers around the world. More info

James K Polk Theater: 6th - 7th November

Mrs. Independent is an acclaimed play by Priest Tyaire which examines the relationship between a husband and wife when she becomes the main breadwinner in the family. Will he still lead the household if her salary pays the bills? And can their marriage withstand the questions this new dynamic raises? More info

Grand Ole Opry House: 1st - 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

Marathon Music Works: 28th November

Trombone Shorty's latest offering Say That to Say This was, to the delight of many fans, a return to his New Orleans roots with a full-on funk record. As ever, Shorty is backed by his band Orleans Avenue on tour, a collective of stunningly accomplished players including Joey Peebles on drums and Pete Murano providing the guitar licks. More info

Schermerhorn Symphony Center: 2nd November

The Israeli-American violin virtuoso is renowned as the pre-eminent violinists of the last century and his work has featured in films like Schindler's List and Memoirs of a Geisha. More info

Anthem - Nashville: 4th November

Join All American indie rapper Hoodie Allen as he tours the US in support of his debut studio album 'People Keep Talking'. First finding fame as an Internet hip-hop star and introducing the world to his unique brand of melodic pop-rap by releasing mixtapes and constantly interacting with fans via social media, Allen is now taking the charts by storm! More info

Marathon Music Works: 17th November

Francis has been a famous name for EDM aficionados for the past couple of years, but the release of his debut album Money Sucks, Friends Rule, which includes the massive hit Get Low, is going to introduce him to the mainstream. His live repertoire still includes as much Dutch house and moombahton as you could wish for though. More info

Bridgestone Arena: 9th November

In a career that started off with a bang in 1960's NYC, by way of Swingin' London and a cool collaboration with the Beatles, it was 1970 that brought Sweet Baby James (and his eponymous record) to public notice, displaying an epic and haunting maturity that seemed far beyond his 22 years and leading to his becoming part of a peerless group that defined that era, including Carole King, Joni Mitchell, Jackson Browne and many more. More info

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