Depending on a few factors, the following words will either sound glorious or horrifying: East Nashville House Party Music Festival.
A little more detail for the folks who side toward the former: Friday, November 4 brings the kickoff of East Nashville Underground, a (house party music festival) shindig that spans two days and two houses and includes eight bands, two DJs and something that many a music lover won’t find horrifying: free beer. (To be fair, said beverages aren’t 100 percent free, but they do come with admission.)
Local music marketing/PR outfit Apple Road is wrangling the fest in part; Eastside spot Steve’s will wrangle the beer.
The East Nashville Underground entertainment rundown:
Where: “The Bush,” 409 Bushnell Ave.
When: 9 p.m.
Music: Apple Road night, with The Campaign 1984, The Future, Heavy Sole, Oh No No, The Hollywood Kills and DJ FK
Where: “Lil’ Nasty,” 607 S. 12th St.
When: 9 p.m.
Music: Cult Logic, Kat Smo, The One Through Tens and DJ Jazzy Jazz (Of Book Club)
Tickets are $12 for one night (add $3 for an East Nashville Underground T-shirt), $20 for both nights (you high-rollers get your shirt comped).
The intent, as per the East Nashville Underground tweeter: “We like to call this…the Inaugural. As in…first of many. Get in on it. Limited number of tickets available for a kick ass time.”
For more on the fest: East Nashville Underground on Facebook, eastnashvilleunderground(at)gmail(dot)com.