I don’t know about you, but most of the school-organized talent shows and performance events I had to sit through as a high-school student didn’t exactly feature top-notch entertainment — which is all the more reason to get excited about University School of Nashville’s Zeitgeist Music Festival. USN is a private school known for its focus on the arts — hey, Arnold Myint, Shooter Jennings and Pulitzer Prize winner Robert K. Massey all went there! — and the lineup they’ve pulled together makes my high-school cover band look like a complete joke. (I mean, we kind of were a joke, but that’s beside the point.) On four different stages, USN will showcase poets, storytellers and a slew of high school-age bands. We at the Scene already have our collective eye on garage-punk duo Fox Fun and punk power-trio Kiddo, to name but two. Non-high-schooler headliners The Kopecky Family Band have the indie power-pop ensemble thing down pretty tight — think Beulah with a cheery Southern bent. Admission is $7 — pretty paltry, considering you get to see 14 bands and a gaggle of poets and spoken-word artists.