Concert stances. We all have em’. Whether yours is the still, intent listener, the moderately festive step toucher, or an all-out headbanger, get it ready.
is bringing you a rockin’ pre-Labor Day party.
Here’s some bands you definitely wanna see this Saturday!missing or outdated ad config
Bringing out the girl power in the line-up, this fierce female is going to have you tappin’ those toes.
The horns section of Back-to-Black Amy Winehouse, the high-energy vocal stylings of Tina Turner, the enviable bangs of Zooey Deschanel…Alanna Royale has got it all!
“Tennessee Heat” – let’s face it. It’s gonna be a scorcher, y’all.
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If you like Bruno Mars take on retro-pop, this is the stuff for you.
Young, suspenders-wearing, beard-having, harmony-laden band on the rise.
Their music will take you out to the fields while you’re barefoot, onto your porch with a pipe and some sweet tea, into an old church with ten of your closest friends…good, good vibes!
“Fill This House”. If you don’t have a moment while you listen to these harmonies…you’re crazy.
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Blues for the 21st century.
Soulful vocals, Hendrix-esque guitar riffs, a voice with grit…you’ll be hands-in-the-air swaying and feeling like a flower child in the best way ever.
“Working For You”. Do them vocal warm-ups, because there is a “woah woah woah” that is perfect for some rousing crowd participation.
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Well, he has ties to The Black Keys. But we say no one sub-genre can hold this guy!
But was there ever a time when they weren’t The Bomb? We don’t think so.
If the Talking Heads were a little more melodic, went to college in Murfreesboro, and did a record collaboration with David Bowie. There’s a lot going on, and it is all bomb-tastic.
“A Formal Occasion”. The opening line draws you in with a tongue-in-cheek intensity. And young, laidback Nashville can totally relate to: “I don’t even own a cummerbund”.
Vampire Weekend meets underground punk meets danceable Muse grooves.
Music so colorful, you’ll be saying “Toto, I don’t think we’re in Kansas anymore”
“Witches and Wizards”. Because the song is magical, not just the title. Trust us.
So, come on y’all – you can’t miss out! Get your tickets now to The Block Buster Midtown Labor Day Festival!
And don’t just bring your concert face – bring your game face. We’ll be hosting a water balloon fight at Tin Roof for your chance to win an awesome prize! Water sports and giveaways…does it get any better?
Also, get your drink on with a Wannarita (margaritas with a special Wannado twist) and come find us…we’ll be there and you seem awesome, so it’d be great to meet ya!
Hashtag all your social media coverage with #TheBlockBuster and #WannaParty…we’ll be tweetin’ and grammin’ all day long!
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SEE YOU THERE.