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Music On The Rooftop @ Bento Chestnut Hill Featuring: Arts Fishing Club

September 5 @ 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Free
Join us on our rooftop each Saturday to dance under the stars. Different Nashville DJs and live bands will play from sunset til late 21+

The Chestnut at Bento Chestnut Hill: Where Entertainment and Community Meet

BentoLiving Chestnut Hill’s Rooftop, The Chestnut, is a spacious rooftop offering a panoramic view of downtown Nashville. Hotel Guests can enjoy a lounge environment made for reading, relaxing, and city gazing anytime during their stay and have priority RSVP access.

We believe entertainment isn’t enough, but that it is a connection to each other and the local community that is meaningful.

Saturday September 5th

5:00 Doors

7:00 Artist Begins

10:00 Close

The Chestnut

at BentoLiving Chestnut Hill

321 Hart Street

Evening limited to 25 people for an intimate and safe experience.

This event is 21+ and ID’s will be checked on entry.

Masks are required for entry, sanitize stations available and social distancing encouraged.

Make a weekend of it, exclusive overnight stay offers https://livebento.com/offers/

Should you have additional questions please contact BentoLiving Chestnut Hill, (629) 231-4001.

See you soon, Squirrel’s !

This Saturday’s Artist: Arts Fishing Club!

More about the artist:

Recently named as one of NPR’s 10 Nashville Bands to Add to Your Playlist, Arts Fishing Club is rapidly gaining traction on a national and international scale. Their sound has been described as a mixture of the Kings of Leon and The Grateful Dead. Songs are rooted in lyricism and spread a gamut of rock, folk, and indie music. They’ve shared stages with Lovely the Band, Max, Nappy Roots, Lyle Lovett, Shakey Graves and have had showcases at notable festivals SXSW, Newport Folk, Mile of Music, and Summerfest.

The name ‘Arts Fishing Club’ is an homage to lead singer Christopher Kessenich’s grandfathers (Colonel Arthur Kessenich & Arthur Schmidt) and serves as a reminder to approach music in the way they taught him to fish: go out every day with the sincerest intention for success, casting out again and again despite the inevitable empty-handed reels. A successful day of fishing is not determined by what you end up with at the end of the day but rather the beauty of the action itself along with the presence of the moment in nature. Fishing, music, and life are about the adventure they take us on and the people we get to share it with.

For fans of: Rainbow Kitten Surprise, Mount Joy, Caamp, Wild Rivers, Bon Iver, Wilderado

Venue

BentoLiving Chestnut Hill
321 Hart Street
Nashville, TN 37210 United States

Organizer

The Chestnut
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