Entertainment, On A High Note

S&E Nashville recommends: music, mystery, and marching

If you’re a Kenny Chesney, Jake Owen, or Chase Rice fan, we have good news for you. Tickets are still available for tonight’s concert at Bridgestone Arena! Chesney kicked off his tour in Nashville last night, which was also his 47th birthday, after he took last year off to work on his current album. Wait, let me KennyChesney_sgJO_CRsay that again: Kenny Chesney spent his birthday singing in Nashville. The first single off the album, ‘American Kids’, gave Chesney his 25th No. 1 hit. Head out to Bridgestone tonight and celebrate Chesney’s birthday and help him kick off his tour! The boys will take the stage starting at 7pm.

Are you up for a little mystery? Saturday night the Mel O’Drama Theater is presenting the murder mystery dinner “Will to Deceive” at Crumb de la Crumb. The storyline has the cast meeting for their annual celebration at the late Charlotte Monture’s estate where they expect to enjoy food, drinks, and fun with friends. However, Monture’s will is missing! Throughout the night guests will attempt to solve who committed burglary and stole the will of the late estate holder.

You may be able to solve the mystery, but you will definitely have a thrilling evening. There are only two more shows after this one. If you’re up for a little mystery solving, be sure to catch one of these last performances! Tickets include dinner and the show.

Participants competing in the corn hole tournament.  PHOTO COURTESY OF BILL MCCLINTIC

Participants competing in the corn hole tournament.
PHOTO COURTESY OF BILL MCCLINTIC

On Sunday, the One Million Strong March in Music City will be in the morning at 10am, and the 3rd Annual Craig Campbell Celebrity Cornhole and Concert is taking place at Centennial Park at 6pm. Singer Craig Campbell’s dad passed from colorectal cancer when he was only eleven. This led Campbell to become the National Spokesperson for the disease. This is a fundraising event benefitting Fight Colorectal Cancer with a goal to raise $10,000. You can help by creating or joining a fundraising team or making a donation.

Everyone is welcome with free General Admission but there is also a VIP option for $50. VIP tickets grant you access to celebrities, food, and alcohol from Arrington Vineyards, Ole Smoky Moonshine, and Tennessee Brew Works. Rumor has it that Jarrod Neimann, Charlie Worsham, Mindy Ellis Campbell, and Ryan Kinder will be in attendance. Be prepared to see lots of blue, as blue is the color of colorectal cancer. If you want to wear blue and don’t have any, you can buy a blue t-shirt or hoodie at the event to further benefit the cause.