Although Nashville may be known as the capital of country music, many out there know that the city also boasts a growing rock and blues scene.
The city shines the spotlight on this scene during its’ annual three-day music festival, Nashville Riverstages, which will run from April 30 to May 2.
There are over 60 confirmed artists for the event. These artists represent almost every genre of music from rock to reggae and from funk to folk.
Some of the artists slated to perform include the Foo Fighters, George Clinton, Fuel, Fountains of Wayne, Ween, Puddle of Mudd, Johnny Lang and Wyclef Jean.
There will be four different stages set up with performances happening simultaneously.
For a complete schedule and list of confirmed artists, visit the Nashville Riverstages Web site at nashvilleriverstages.com.
Tickets are still available for $45 from ticketmaster.com.
Because of the popularity of the event, single-day passes will not be sold every day.
A portion of each ticket sold will benefit Nashville’s Table, which delivers groceries to homeless shelters and other agencies that help the needy. All of the food left after the festival will also be donated to the charity.
No matter what type of music you enjoy, there will besomething for everyone this year at the Nashville Riverstages.