1/19: NATIVE Yearbook Party

To celebrate our third annual Yearbook Issue, we’re throwing a party Friday, January 19 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at Cannery One (that’s on the top floor of Cannery Row, right above the High Watt).

The event is a celebration of all past and current NATIVE features, contributors, creative businesses, and anyone else who makes this magazine possible. There will be music from Yearbook Issue features Republican Hair and DJ Jerry, The Pills, and special NATIVE DJs; art by Yearbook Issue features Nathan Brown and Marcus Maddox; beer from Little Harpeth; coffee from 8th and Roast; balloons by Vroom Vroom Balloon; a “teacher’s lounge” and photo booth; and everything else you ever dreamed of. Plus, it’s all 100% free!

Facebook event here.

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