Fall concerts continue to roll through Music City. Read below for a spin through some of the month’s can’t miss live music.
The Avett Brothers on Nov. 1: Folk-rock favorite tours in support of October full-length release, “Closer Than Together.” Bridgestone Arena, 501 Broadway. Tickets start at $43.95 before fees. More information at bridgestonearena.com.
Kelsey Waldon on Nov. 1: The Kentucky country storyteller (and first artist signed to John Prine’s Oh Boy Records in 15 years) returns to Nashville’s hallowed bluegrass hall for a one-night show. Station Inn, 402 12th Ave. S. $15. More information at stationinn.com.
Elvis Costello on Nov. 4: Two months after accepting a lifetime achievement at the Americana Honors show, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer is back on the Ryman stage in classic form, promising a mix of favorites and rarities. Ryman Auditorium, 116 Fifth Ave. N. Tickets start at $55. More information at ryman.com.
Frank Turner on Nov. 4: The British folk-punk mainstay plays Nashville on an acoustic tour supporting his eighth studio album, “No Man’s Land.” James K. Polk Theater, 505 Deaderick St. Tickets start at $25. More information at tpac.org.
Billy Corgan on Nov. 9: Despite all his rage, the Smashing Pumpkins frontman enjoys giving audiences an “intimate acoustic performance” from time to time, as he’ll do during a return trip to the Country Music Hall of Fame’s CMA Theater (224 Fifth Ave. S.) Tickets start at $45. More information at www.cmatheater.com.
Cash Fest on Nov. 10: Celebrating the new YouTube documentary on Johnny Cash, an all-star cast including Little Big Town, Midland and Matt Shultz of Cage the Elephant will cover the country legend’s songs. A benefit for Musicares. War Memorial Auditorium, 301 Sixth Ave. N. Tickets start at $41.50. More information at wmarocks.com.
CMA Awards on Nov. 13: “Country Music’s Biggest Night” is back, and they’re shaking things up with a new trio: Dolly Parton and Reba McEntire will join longtime host Carrie Underwood. They’ll be joined, of course, by every mainstream country star you can name. Bridgestone Arena, 501 Broadway. Tickets are sold out, but the show airs live on ABC at 7 p.m. CT. More information at cmaawards.com.
Lana Del Rey on Nov. 19: The acclaimed pop singer stops in Music City in support of her widely accepted new album, “Norman … Rockwell!” Municipal Auditorium, 417 Fourth Ave. N. Tickets start at $39.50 before fees. More information at nashvilleauditorium.com.
The Last Waltz on Nov. 23: Robbie Robertson of The Band joins Emmylou Harris, Darius Rucker, Vince Gill, Nathaniel Rateliff and more for a tribute to the group’s famed 1976 farewell concert. Bridgestone Arena, 501 Broadway. Tickets start at $34.50. More information at lastwaltznashville.com.
Lizzo and more on Nov. 30: The “Truth Hurts” phenom will headline “Live. Life. Love.,” a concert for suicide prevention presented by longtime Nashville pop station 107.5 The River. The lineup also includes Jon Bellion, Louis Tomlinson, Lovely the Band and Chelsea Cutler. Municipal Auditorium, 417 Fourth Ave. N. Tickets start at $33. More information at 1075theriver.iheart.com.
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