Here am going to share five upcoming gigs happening this week in Nashville. If you are going to make a plan to go to any concert this week you can update your plans.
The Christmas Musical with Ron Pope
Dec. 17, 2021
Ron Pope’s Christmas revue will run for one night at Nashville’s City Winery. Tickets start at $20, and the show runs from 8 p.m. to midnight. Pope stated on his website to promote the show: “Ron has lost his Christmas spirit; can one of Santa’s elves assist him in regaining it? Join The Ron Pope Band as they search for a smidgeon of Christmas enchantment.”
More information: citywinery.com.
String The Halls with Billy Strings
Dec. 17-18, 2021
Strings will perform two-holiday concerts in support of the Nashville Rescue Mission. Strings, who goes under the stage name “String The Halls,” describes his holiday events as “simply an important thing to do.” Both evenings of music, at 8 p.m. and 1 a.m., are sold out. Strings: There are a lot of people who require assistance. If I ever have more than enough, I think it’s wonderful to lend a hand.
More information: marathonmusicworks.com.
Hometown Holidays with Moon Taxi
Dec. 17-18, 2021
Moon Taxi will perform a holiday homecoming concert at Germantown’s Brooklyn Bowl Nashville. With the help of Illiterate Light, the show doubles as a local toy drive. The price of a ticket starts at $39.50. At 8 p.m., there will be music.
More information: brooklynbowl.com.
A Drummer Boy Christmas with for KING & COUNTRY
Dec. 19, 2021
The Australian brothers from KING & COUNTRY return to Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry House for the duo’s theatrical “A Drummer Boy Christmas” show. The show is supporting a 2020 Christmas album by the same name. And it debuted last year with a hybrid limited audience-Livestream concert. Music at 7:30 p.m. ET; Tickets are on sale now.
More information: opry.com.
Dec. 20, 2021
Josh Turner plays the Ryman in support of his first holiday album, “King Size Manager”. The release features familiar covers, as well as four original tunes. Three of which are co-written by Turner. Mo Pitney opens the show. Tickets start at $35.
More information: ryman.com.