As the weather gets cooler, events and activities start to get moved indoors. However, that doesn’t mean the fun has to end. Lipscomb is located in Nashville, sometimes better known as “Music City”. Here are a few concerts you may want to take advantage of throughout the year while you’re at Lipscomb:
Save the date: February 16, 2013. If you have listened to the radio at all over the past year, then you most likely know who the band Fun. is. Even though a few of their songs such as “We Are Young” and “Some Nights” may be overplayed, this up-and-coming group has exploded onto the scene with hits such as these that have not only been engrained in our brains, but also show the potential for one amazing concert experience.
R&B hit-maker Trey Songz is bringing his talent to Nashville on December 5th. Fresh off his newest album release, called Chapter V, Trey Songz is sure to put on a fantastic show for his fans. Get your tickets now, though, because this one is coming up soon.
Maroon 5 with Neon Trees and Owl City
Maroon 5’s nationwide 2013 Overexposed North American Tour is making a stop at Bridgestone Arena on March 24. To top it off, Neon Trees of “Everybody Talks” fame and Owl City are planning to join in for this monster of a concert.
If you happen to be around Nashville during Christmas time, be sure to check out TobyMac’s concert on December 14th. Throughout his career TobyMac has shown just how popular and successful a Christian music artist can be, and he’s filling up Bridgestone Arena to prove he still has the talent that has attracted such a diverse group of fans over the years.
Taylor Swift & Ed Sheeran
It might be a long way off, but you need to act now if you want to get tickets to this show. Nashville native Taylor Swift partners with “Lego House” singer Ed Sheeran for three consecutive nights in Music City to close out her extensive 2013 Red Tour. September 19, 20, & 21 may seem far away, but these tickets will sell out fast, so plan ahead.
What musical event in the coming year are you most excited for? And if you could have any artist or band come to Nashville, who would it be? Let us know in the comments below!