For this weekend’s events, we have a remarkably great selection this week. It may be rainy, but there’s still plenty to do!
First up is the activity out at OZ Arts Nashville, our favorite new arts and entertainment center. For those of you who may not know it, this Saturday is what has officially been called “Pi Day.” If the digits from the mathematical constant are viewed as a date, Saturday would be it! March 14, 2015. 3-14-15. Pi Day events out at OZ Arts Nashville, humorously enough, are beginning at 9:26 a.m., furthering the extension of Pi’s decimals of 3.1415926.
Attendees at OZ’s Pi Day celebration will enjoy music and visual arts and their relationship with mathematics and scientific principles. “To me, Pi represents infinite possibilities – both literally and figuratively – to view art through a mathematical lens. A logical extension was then to combine the digits of Pi with colors and shapes to form a unique synesthetic experience,” relates Cano Ozgener, artist and founder of OZ Arts. Laurie Anderson, Roy Wooten, Cano Ozgener, Mark Hanf, Joseph Hazelwood and Mark Rowan are all providing insight and contributing to this impressive weaving of art and science. Happy Pi Day, Nashville!
For sports fans, you don’t have to look far to find exciting sporting events this weekend! All eyes are on Nashville and the SEC Men’s Basketball Championship down at Bridgestone Arena.
Third round action is occurring today and tonight, with the semi-finals and finals set for this Saturday and Sunday. Fans from all over the Southeastern Conference are in town to cheer on their favorite college teams! Go downtown and absorb some of the enthusiastic atmosphere surrounding the Arena! You can’t get much better than college basketball, and Nashville is the place to be for tournament action!
For music lovers, you can’t get much better than an evening with Don Schlitz, Grammy-award winning songwriter extraordinaire! The Bluebird Café’s performance, scheduled for 9:30 p.m. today, will highlight some of Schlitz’ impressive songbook, which holds such famous tunes as Kenny Rogers’ “The Gambler,” and “Forever and Ever, Amen,” the Randy Travis No. 1 hit that Schlitz co-wrote with Paul Overstreet. First-come, first-served seats are still available for the Friday night show, so make sure to get in line early! You don’t want to miss this chance to see one of Nashville’s most celebrated and successful songwriters!
Have a great weekend, Nashville! We know you’ll find wonderful things around town to celebrate and enjoy this wonderful city of ours.