Showing Gratitude for our Frontline Workers
The Gratitude Music Festival is going to be a multi-stage event on Sat., September 25 featuring Neighbor, Carsie Blanton, and ending the night with Anderson East. This day full of music and fun is to celebrate the hard work, perseverance, and dedication of the community’s frontline and essential workers. The Music Hall wants to honor and thank those in our tight-knit community for keeping us going and safe throughout the pandemic.
Neighbor will be kicking off the day of gratitude with a performance at 1pm on the Live Under The Arch stage. The band is known for its diverse catalog of music and down-home sound. Carsie Blanton follows down at Portwalk Place at 3:30pm with her music inspired by artists such as Nina Simone and Randy Newman. Her music features anthems for a world worth saving with sultry-pop and punk-tinged Americana tones. The night rounds out back at the Historic Theater at 8pm with Alabama-born, Nashville-based singer-songwriter Anderson East. His vintage voice infused with R&B, Southern Soul, and gospel is the perfect way to end a day full of music and celebration.
Frontline and essential workers get a discounted price on their tickets and passes as an extra thank you for their hard work. We want to shine the spotlight on everyone who took care of us during the pandemic. Their tireless work is the reason why we will come out on the other side of this better and closer than ever.
Individual tickets and passes are on sale now. We can’t wait to see all of you at the Gratitude Music Festival on September 25.