1/19-1/20: Women’s March 2018

Roughly 150,000 Nashvillians participated in last year’s global Women’s March. In case you missed it, NATIVE photographers Austin Lord and Brett Warren captured The March on Nashville here.

Now, one tumultuous year later, Nashvillians are planning to march again. We recommend checking out the local March-related events listed below. And if you don’t make it out to any of these, that’s okay—just make sure you get involved somehow!

Official Pre-Party for Women’s March 2.0: Third Man, BriteHeart, and Women’s March Tennessee are hosting a March kick-off at Third Man’s Blue Room on January 19 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. There will be sign-making, readings, music, snacks, and drinks, and you can find more info here.

Women’s March 2.0 Nashville: This is the official March—the real deal. There will be a conference and lunch at TSU Avon Williams Campus Atrium from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m., followed by a meet-up at 2 p.m. at Public Square Park. Then the actual March will commence at 3 p.m., beginning at Bicentennial Mall. Get all of the info here.

Women’s March 2.0 After Party to Benefit Planned Parenthood: Michelle BranchDivinity RoxxAlanna Royale, and Kate Tucker (plus a reading by Alice Randall) will perform at Acme Feed & Seed from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. This is the official March after-party, and all proceeds will benefit Planned Parenthood. Info and tickets here.



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