8/25: Queen Ave Benefit Show

If you’ve lived in Nashville for a while, you’ve probably been to a show at Queen Ave Art Collective. The multi-use warehouse space has thrown many an art show, punk show, and general party over the years. Unfortunately, after last year’s tragic fire at Ghost Ship in Oakland, Queen Ave was one of the countless Nashville DIY spaces forced to shut down because it wasn’t a legitimate, licensed space. Since then, Queen Ave has come a long way through renovations, but they still have a few more things to change before opening back up.

This Friday at Fond Object Records, the Queen Ave team will host a benefit show with music from Sad Baxter, Lawndry, Hari, and Only. For more information about the event, click here. If you’re unable to attend, consider donating to their GoFundMe here. You won’t want to miss this great show for a great cause.

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