Nashville Hits the Roof

  • Friday, December 30
  • 8:00PM

Nashville Hits the Roof Concert Series!

Some of the biggest names in country music have rocked the Tin Roof stage. The next big stars to come out of Music City will be playing our ‘Nashville Hits The Roof’ series. This series features the hottest up and coming acts in country music and brings them to the Tin Roof stage for a FREE show. We’re always adding new acts so join us regularly to discover your new favorite artist with us at Tin Roof.

All shows are FREE events

Jan 8th - Aaron Goodvin at 8pm

This show is open to all ages.

Aaron Goodvin has connected with country music lovers across the globe with songs like double-platinum anthem, "Lonely Drum", which most recently was featured on The Bobby Bones Show.  The past two albums from this Nashville-based country music star have produced six Top 10 singles, including the Billboard #1 "You Are". His work has been honored with multiple CCMA and JUNO Award nominations, including a win for CCMA Songwriter of the Year.

Jan 15th - Spencer Crandall at 8pm 

VIP guests: please arrive at 5:45pm for your meet-and-greet / private acoustic performance. VIP Tickets available here. This show is open to all ages.

Denver-native Spencer Crandall is an independent country music singer/songwriter with a sound that showcases influences ranging from Ed Sheeran and Taylor Swift to Justin Timberlake and Drake. After frequent trips to Nashville throughout 2016, Crandall decided it was time to make the move to Music City and seriously pursue his music career. Since then, Crandall has gained over 1.8M followers and 14.1M likes on TikTok and has shared the stage with artists including Chris Lane, Dustin Lynch, Tyler Rich and Josh Turner. His last two album releases debuted at No.1 and No. 11 on the iTunes country charts.

Jan 13th - Gabrielle Mooney at 8pm

Gabrielle Mooney is a Nashville-based rising country star, who has co-written alongside Grammay-Award winning producer Shane McAnally and Walker Hayes.  After encouragement from her brother Shay Mooney (of Dan + Shay),  Gabby moved to Music City to pursue her career as a country singer, which has led to multiple hit releases the past few years. Most recently, her new (Nov 2021) single "Suga Suga" displays her talent to deliver gritty anthems alongside a modern country backdrop. 

PAST TIN ROOF ARTISTS INCLUDE:

Luke Combs, Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley, Kacey Musgraves,  Florida Georgia Line, Dan + Shay, Dustin Lynch, Jake Owen, Scotty McCreey, Hunter Hayes, Thompson Square, Gary Allen, Love & Theft, Jon Pardi, Casadee Pope, Ashley McBryde, Frank Foster & Many More!