The Frist Center for the Visual Arts has rolled out its 2010 calendar for Frist Fridays, its 8-year-old summer concert series.
The even kicks off May 28 with The Dirt Drifters, who will perform in the Turner Courtyard, and will run on additional Fridays from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. through July 30. In addition to the music, attendees will also enjoy light snacks and beverages, with additional items available in the Frist Center Café, while the center’s exhibits also will be open for viewing. The event will take place rain or shine.
“We are pleased that Frist Fridays is one of Nashville’s most popular summer traditions, attracting visitors of all ages from Middle Tennessee and beyond,” said Dr. Susan H. Edwards, executive director. “Over the years, so many people have told us that Frist Fridays introduced them to our institution and to our galleries, and it is tremendously important for us to continue this series on the last Fridays of May, June and July. We love being a location where art and music converge in such spectacular fashion. “
Admission to the event is free for Frist Center members and visitors 18 years and young. General adult admission is $10 for non-members, and $7 for seniors, military and college students with ID.
The lineup for this year’s series includes:
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