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Wildhorse Saloon Announces Lineup for Monthly Series, Blue Dizzy, Set for July 25

Joe Denim, Colt Ford, Farewell Angelina, Halfway to Hazard and Tom Mabe 

The World Famous Wildhorse Saloon has announced July's lineup for the monthly variety series, Blue Dizzy, where venue goers are delivered a unique entertainment experience that is reminiscent of a late-night talk show meets live artist performances infused with sketch comedy segments. This month's event, set for July 25, will feature Performer and Host Joe Denim alongside Guest Co-Host Evan Farmer. The show will include performances by Colt Ford, Halfway to Hazard, Farewell Angelina, and comedian Tom Mabe. The doors will open at 6:00 p.m. with the show starting at 7:30 p.m.

Scheduled for once a month through November, each show features special guest appearances that include announced as well as sometimes unannounced performers, paired with comedy, story-telling and the only live band line dancing in Nashville. Blue Dizzy shows are scheduled for July 25. Aug. 15, Sept. 19, Oct. 10, and Nov. 14. 

The inaugural Blue Dizzy took place on March 19 and has since played hosts to artists such as American Young, Jerrod Niemann, William Michael Morgan, Ray Scott, Kaylie Shorr and more. Music and comedy are anchored by double-platinum selling songwriter/country artist Joe Denim and scheduled performers are backed by an all-star band made up of musicians who have performed withGarth Brooks, Kenny Chesney, Toby Keith, and more. 

Tickets are $28.00 for reserved tables and $20.00 for General Admission. Attendees can take advantage of discounted ($15 flat rate) parking at the garage located at 210 Commerce St. or use code WILDHORSETN for $5 OFF Lyft trips (new Lyft users only) and BLUEDIZZY725 for 10 percent off two Lyft trips (existing Lyft users).

"The Wildhorse has long been known as a pioneer that helped catapult the vibrant music scene we see in Downtown Nashville," said Brian Schafer, general manager of Wildhorse Saloon. "As we celebrate this milestone anniversary, we are thrilled to deliver a uniquely Nashville show that fuses together our rich culture of music and entertainment in the heart of Music City." 

A portion of the proceeds from each show will benefit the CMA Foundation For more information and tickets, visit here

About Wildhorse Saloon Wildhorse Saloon opened in 1994 and underwent a multimillion-dollar renovation in 2016. Built as a live entertainment venue, the Wildhorse features three floors and 66,000 square feet of space complete with five bars, an award-winning culinary team, free play gaming tables, and a state-of-the-art performance stage. 


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