Nashville Weekend “It” List: Dennis Hopper Edition

Happy Weekend!  Fall is definitely underway and it is starting to feel all nice and crisp outside.  Saturday should be a perfect day for the Tennessee Beer Festival. he Belcourt is paying tribute to Dennis Hopper with "A late-night double feature, two directorial efforts and one mayhem-filled documentary.  Mr. Hopper, this weekend is yours...".  Catch 1967's The Trip and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 in a double feature Saturday and Sunday (starting at 10pm); Easy Rider (Saturday and Sunday, check out the website for times); and another double feature of The Last Movie and American Dreamer on Sunday at 7pm. Full list at NashvilleFeed.com

Happy Weekend!  Fall is definitely underway and it is starting to feel all nice and crisp outside.  Saturday should be a perfect day for the Tennessee Beer Festival

The Belcourt is paying tribute to Dennis Hopper with "A late-night double feature, two directorial efforts and one mayhem-filled documentary.  Mr. Hopper, this weekend is yours…".  Catch 1967's The Trip and The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2 in a double feature Saturday and Sunday (starting at 10pm); Easy Rider (Saturday and Sunday, check out the website for times); and another double feature of The Last Movie and American Dreamer on Sunday at 7pm.

 

 

Friday, October 15:

  • Music City Improv:  Vaccination Goodtime Girls Improv Show at Artists' Co-Op.  8pm ($8)
  • Paul Burch w/ Jacob Jones & Derek Hoke at The Basement.  9pm ($5)
  • Who's Bad:  The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute Band at Cannery Ballroom.  9pm ($12 – $15)
  • Here to Stay:  The Music of George and Ira Gershwin at Lipscomb's Allen Arena.  8pm ($44 – $105)

Saturday, October 16:

  • 2010 Barcamp Nashville at Cadillac Ranch Downtown – 8:30am – 3:30pm FREE
    arCamp is Nashville's premier digital event, bringing together the brightest minds from the new media, tech, entrepreneurial and geek communities. But it's only as good as you make it—to get to the good stuff, you gotta give up some of the good stuff. Attendees are encouraged to get involved through volunteering, presenting an insightful session, or inspiring and leading community learning through active discussion and networking.
  • Tennessee Beer Festival at Two Rivers Mansion.  12pm – 5pm ($30/$15 for designated drivers)
  • Friends with Benefits:  Contributor Newspaper Benefit at Billups Art.  7pm – 11pm ($10)
  • Swingin' Utters w/ The Krum Bums, The Blacklist Royals & Murdock at the End.  9pm ($12)
  • The Twenty Eights:  Chuck Berry Tribute at the 5 Spot.  10pm ($5)
  • Here to Stay:  The Music of George and Ira Gershwin at Lipscomb's Allen Arena.  8pm ($44 – $105)
  • Jim Lauderdale at Station Inn.  9pm ($15)

Sunday, October 17:

  • Silver Stars Talent Show at the Ryman Auditorium.  4pm (Free!)

There you have it!  I hope you all have a fantastic weekend and I'll see ya next week.

Cheers,

j.

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