Last Monday my wife and I got in the car and headed south. I had a week off of school and we decided (kind of on a whim) that we wanted to see Tennessee, mostly because we never had. We spent a few days in Nashville and then went camping in the Smoky Mountains. It was fantastic.
But this isn’t the “Tobler Family Vacation Blog”, no matter how bad you might want it to be. So I’m not going to write the juicy details about where we went and what we ate and what we took pictures of. Nope. I’m not going to do it. Instead I’m going to write about an amazing little show that we literally stumbled into the first night we were there…
Monday night we’d just barely gotten into Nashville and were wandering around on 21st Street near Vanderbilt University, looking for something to do, when we picked up a Metromix magazine in front of a used bookstore. In it we found a little feature article on Lissie, who just happened to be opening for The Low Anthem that night at the Belcourt Theatre. If you don’t already know, we’re kind of into Lissie around here, so we were pretty excited about it. We didn’t know where the Belcourt was, but that was hardly a problem, because after calling the the theater to get their address, it just happened that it wasn’t even a block away and around the corner. We took that for a sign and bought tickets right then from the box office.
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