This Saturday, Nashville will play host to one of the most anticipated festivals this fall, SoundHarvest Festival! If you are close you should come check it out and if you are not close, you should get close and come check it out. Some big names are showing their faces at our beloved Centennial Park this weekend. The Flaming Lips are headlining which pretty much guarantees a good time to be had. Other big artists such as Allen Stone, Benjamin Booker, The Last Internationale, The Weeks, Goodbye June, Scotty Bratcher and one of my personal faves, Them Vibes!
Tickets are only $45 in advance and $55 at the door or you could get classy and VIP it up for $100, which includes an exclusive viewing area, private bar and restroom, 2 drink tokens and catering. There is a limited amount of those, so hop to it.
Also in attendance, will be our amazing local food vendors! Nashville is rapidly becoming a force to reckon with, with its amazing culinary skills. Local beer will also be sold and local art will be on display for purchase!
Lightning 100 will be there with their famous 615 stage, with many local acts taking the stage. A 50third favorite band, Them Vibes will be rocking that stage I know. I just saw them on Friday night, celebrating the release of their new EP, TV. My ears are still buzzing. “We cannot wait to showcase Nashville’s local talent on Lightning 100’s 615 Stage,” SoundHarvest Festival Director Monica Copciac said. “Each of these bands brings something unique to the table, and is a sampling of the diverse music scene in Nashville.”
For more on what to bring, what not to bring and to make out your schedule of must see and do’s, visit the SoundHarvest website. I will be there, I’ll be the girl behind the camera, come say hi!
SoundHarvest Music Festival is sponsored in part by Bluewater Music, Lightning 100, Monster Energy, Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated, Musicians Corner, Sarah and David Ingram, Ticketfly, D&D Events, The Nashville Scene, Do615, BMI, SESAC, ASCAP, The Country Nashville, The Vanderbilt Hustler, and War Memorial Auditorium. Thistle Farms and The Cumberland River Compact will be onsite as part of SoundHarvest’s local non-profit spotlight.