Lightning 100 has filled out the lineup for Live On the Green, Nashville’s free, outdoor concert series, which continues for the next three weeks.
“This past Thursday was the biggest night we’ve had yet,” said Nashville Mayor Karl Dean, referring to the 2,000 people in attendance on Sept. 17. “It’s now officially fall – the weather couldn’t be better for an outdoor concert. I invite everyone in Nashville to join us on the Public Square these next three Thursdays to hear great music.”
Live On the Green continues this Thursday, Sept. 24 with performances by three Nashville-based singer-songwriters, Dave Barnes, Matthew Perryman Jones and Thad Cockrell.
On Oct. 1, two funk bands, Sharon Jones and The Dap-Kings and The Dynamites featuring Charles Walker, will perform, along with singer Maureen Murphy.
The concert series concludes on Oct. 8 with three more singer-songwriters: Next Big Nashville artist Courtney Jaye, folk-rock artist Ricky Young, and Citizen Cope with a unique mix of hip-hop, folk and blues. The complete list of shows and artists is available online at www.liveonthegreen.net.