Nashville Public Library Has Record Attendance for Kickoff of Courtyard Concert Series

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Lunchtime Concert Series Band,The WannaBeatles, Draws a Diverse Crowd of All Ages.

Courtyard Concert Series at Nashville Public Library

Nashville Public Library had a record breaking attendance with over 700 attend The WannaBeatles for the kickoff of the Courtyard Concerts. The crowd consisted of downtown employees, moms with kids, seniors and more.

The series will continue thru Oct. 9 at the downtown branch on 615 Church Street. The concerts are free and open to the public during the lunch hour every Tuesday. Listed below is a diverse lineup, including Rachel Rodriguez who will perform as part of Hispanic Heritage Month. If interested in interviewing any of the bands, please contact


Tuesdays - 8/14 to 10/9 - 11:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Please note: subject to change

August 21 -- Nick Nixon
August 28 -- The Gypsy Hombres
                                 Gypsy Jazz/ Swing
September 4 -- Radio Daze
                                 Big Band/Dance
September 11 -- Riders in the Sky
                                 America’s Favorite Cowboys
September 18 -- Sara Sant’Ambrogio
                                 Classical Cellist
September 25 -- The SteelDrivers
October 2 -- Rachel Rodriguez
October 9 -- Jason D. Williams
Courtyard Concerts is made possible by The Nashville Public Library Foundation. For more information, visit


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Renuka Christoph
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