So exciting!! Cee-Lo Green performed at Exit/In Friday March 11. I’d never visited this venue, and I was late when Daft Punk performed there a couple years back, but THIS event I didn’t miss.
TRAPSOUL is my ALBUM whew love me some Bryson Tiller. He put on a nice show to a sold out crowd at the Cannery Ballroom. I was there on a “school” and packed from wall to wall…….
(photo cred 365nashville.com)
Is it just me or do a lot of Nashvillians tend to frequent the restuarants and shops in the same area that they live? If you live in Germantown (Downtown), you tend to stay in the Germantown area, or maybe the Gulch. If you live in Melrose (South Nashville), you tend to frequent the area, 12 South, Melrose, etc. I noticed this about myself and made a mental note to make a conscious effort to venture “out” to the other sides of town. This particular weekend I fell into Jacksons off of 21st ave for brunch. The location just so happens to tie into a blog post that I started last year, about historic Belcourt Theater.
I have never been to visit Belcourt Theater but I have heard of it and am aware of its location in the 21st avenue area. Its a non profit “cultural institution presenting the best of independent, documentary, world, repertory and classic cinema.” It’s located in Hillsboro Village off of 21st. It’s not your typical movie theater, as its mainly shows independent films. For example, Spike Lee’s movie Chiraq was being shown at Belcourt theater prior to the theater closing for renovations.
It was December 23rd, and a friend of mine decided to take me to a bar to have a drink. Interestingly enough it was one of the few places I have not been to before and was excited to partake on the adventure.
Over the holiday’s my aunt was remarking about a Jazz Festival that would be happening next summer. I had not heard about it so I did some research….