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14 of the biggest shows in Music City

Billie Eilish at the Prudential Center in Newark Feb.  22, 2022.

“Feel It Still.” “Bad Guy.” “Breaking The Law.” “The Less I Know The Better.”

You know it’s a massive month in Music City when all of those songs — and whatever Bob Dylan feels like playing — are on the collective setlist. Read on to discover 14 of the biggest concerts coming to Nashville this March.

March 1: Alt-J and Portugal. The Man at Nashville Municipal Auditorium

Two of the biggest names in experimental modern rock — one hailing from England, the other from Alaska, and neither from Portugal — have joined forces on a co-headlining tour.

YOLA performs with Mickey Guyton CMT Artist of the Year award ceremony at Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville, Tenn., Wednesday, Oct.  13, 2021.

March 3-4: Yola at Ryman Auditorium

The British born, Nashville-based country/Americana phenom is headlining country music’s mother church for the first (and second time), with support from another critically hailed transplant, Allison Russell.

March 6-7: Conan Gray at Ryman Auditorium

The 23-year-old YouTube vlogger-turned-pop star (2020 hit “Heather” is nearing 800 million streams on Spotify) holds a two-night stand at the Ryman on the heels of his latest single, “Jigsaw.”

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