Nashville, TN - Music City’s ﬁrst live music show is scheduled for the last weekend in May. Daddy’s Dogs is hosting a drive-in concert series at their location in the Nations from Thursday, May 28th to Monday, June 1st. The event borrows from the drive-in movie concept and applies it to the lifeblood of Nashville, the live music show. Fans will enjoy the show from the comfort of their own car while listening through their FM radios. The star-studded lineup includes Cassadee Pope, Kris Allen Adam Hambrick, Sarah Potenza, Paul McDonald and Austin Jenckes, among many others.
With COVID-19 shutting down all live events, Music City has gone silent since the pandemic began in mid-March. With support of the Mayor’s COVID-19 Task Force, Daddy’s Dogs is bringing the music back while following all recommended social distancing guidelines for a unique, virtually contact-free experience. “I think Nashville really needs a pick me up,” says Daddy’s Dogs owner Sean Porter. “Music is what fuels this city, and I thought it would be a great way to let everyone start experiencing music safely and at their own pace.
Tickets are free, though space is limited so interested fans must request tickets through the Daddy’s Dogs website. www.daddysdogsnash.com. Each show will also be streamed live on Facebook for any fans who wish to enjoy the concert from home.
Daddy’s Dogs has put their full support behind the working musicians of the Nashville industry by continuing to serve free meals to all touring professionals who ﬁnd themselves out of work due to the pandemic. Donations will also be accepted for MusiCares, a non-proﬁt arm of the Recording Academy whose mission is to provide a critical safety net for individuals inside the music industry. Their COVID-19 Relief Fund is helping countless individuals in Nashville and around the country.
Daddy’s Dogs is a gourmet hot dog mainstay in the Nashville area, winners of the BestOf-Nashville best hotdog as voted on by readers of the Nashville Scene. In addition to their ﬂagship store in the booming Nations neighborhood of Nashville, they feature a walk-up window in Historic Printers Alley and are a staple of the late night bar scene throughout the city. They are well-ingrained in the local music industry, from a residency at Marathon Music Works and Ascend Amphitheater, to a feature at music festivals such as CMA Fest, Bonnaroo, Pilgrimage, Live on the Green, and every show in between. They are also a go-to provider of late night food for artists touring through Nashville.
Contact: Sean Porter
Phone: (425) 359-7450