Monday, July 28, 2014

Nashville Outlines 2014 Announces Lineup [William Tyler, Blank Range, Rayland Baxter and More]

Posted By on Mon, Jul 28, 2014 at 1:29 PM

Are you one of the thousands who turned up for The Stone Fox’s Nashville Outlines block party last summer? Remember what an awesome time you had rocking out to JEFF the Brotherhood, getting your bike tuned up, patronizing a petting zoo and watching a conservatively dressed Ben Swank take bath after bath in the Third Man Records-sponsored dunk tank? You, or at least we, had so much fun we crowned the gig Best Show of the Year in the Scene’s 2013 Best of Nashville issue.

The fun continues when Outlines returns to the blocked-off corner of Indiana Ave. and 51st for its second year on Aug. 23 at 10 a.m. So we’re told, no dunk tank this year, but Third Man Records’ Rolling Record Store will be there, along with a TMR-curated side stage. While that lineup is still TBA, this morning the mini-fest announced the artists appearing on its main “Garden Stage." They include the William Tyler Band, Blank Range, Rayland Baxter, Sol Cat, Music Band, The Paperhead, ELEL, Andrew Leahey and the Homestead and Kelsey Waldon. The Garden Stage headliner can’t be announced until Aug. 22 — the day before the show — and you can probably figure out who it might be by taking a look at that date putting your deductive reasoning skills to work.

Outlines will also feature a local vendor and craft market, a petting zoo courtesy of Fond Object, a food truck court and a “chill zone” feat. DJs inside The Stone Fox. The set-up will also include an initiative called the Guerrilla Urbanist — a pedestrian-friendly street-scape installation project with temporary landscaping, outdoor seating and bicycle lanes.

Nashville Outlines is free, y’all!

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