10/22-23: Nate Bargatze at Zanies

Past Feature Nate Bargatze once told us that “moving [back] here [to Nashville] was a big thing, because it’s hard. A lot of people live in New York and L.A., so to move back home was kind of like, ‘Oh, can you even do that?’ And I don’t know, I’m still trying to figure out if you can. But it seems to be working.”

We think it’s working, too. And the best part about the up-and-coming comedian (and by “up-and-coming,” we mean a favorite of Conan and Jim Gaffigan, a Comedy Central veteran, and no stranger to Netflix) being back in town? We get to see him live. Catch Bargatze at Zanies from October 22 to 24 starting at 7 p.m. every night. Get your tickets here and read our past feature on Nate before you go.

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