Leftover Salmon, Alanna Royale To Lead Nashville’s Dancin’ In The District

The lineup has been announced for this year’s Dancin’ In The District at Nashville’s Riverfront Park on Oct. 10. The free, all-ages, pet-friendly event will feature headliners Leftover Salmon and Widespread Panic’s keyboard-wizard JoJo Herman and his band, Slim Wednesday, will also take the stage. Additionally, disco-funk revivalist Space Capone will make a return to the bandstand, and new powerhouse Alanna Royale will get the party started.

Neighborhood eats like Daddy’s Dogs, 8th & Roast, and King of Pops will be available on site, and local favorites Labcanna, The Dry House Braid Bar, Strings of Hope, Hippies & Gypsies, and Nashville Blanket Project will all be on hand with their goods and services.

Longtime Nashvillians will recall that Dancin’ In The District brought national artists to Nashville’s Riverfront Park from 1993-2005. The event was briefly revived for a few seasons in 2013 under the name Nashville Dancin’.

This year’s one-night-only event benefits Bonaparte’s Retreat, a dog rescue which is dedicated to providing nurturing care for adoptable dogs when their allotted time at the shelter has elapsed, and Music Health Alliance, an organization that helps connect professional musicians with the medical and financial solutions they might need. Toyota is the event’s presenting sponsor.




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