2208 Elliston Place
Nashville, TN, 37203
Doors 7:00 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is 18 and over
Watch & Listen
When Stephen Day performs he exudes an ethos that captivates the audience to another level. The twenty-two year old Georgia native is clearly the middle ground product of his contemporary influences. His crooning vocals matched with his eccentric stage presence bring you to a place where you’ll find the perfect combination of John Mayer and Allen Stone come to life. Noisetrade has even proclaimed, “Stephen Day is an artist that comes along once every decade.” The soulful singer-songwriter is best described as the New Retro.
Day’s musical journey started back in 2014 when he moved to Nashville, TN to attend Belmont University. He took his first two years of college to create and record his debut EP Undergrad Romance and The Moses in Me. Each of the six meticulously crafted works were written by Day in entirety. When the EP was officially released in April of 2016 it quickly gained popularity and “If You Were the Rain” found its place on Spotify’s Global Viral Chart. The song peaked at number two and has since racked up more than 1.4 MILLION streams on Spotify.
Day’s new single, “Dancing in the Street” takes him to the next level. The song was co-written and Produced by Nashville-based Producer, Quinn Redmond. The pulsing rhythms and striking guitar riffs paired with Day’s undeniable power vocal have formed what is destined to be the song of your summer.
Pacific is an alternative band from Nashville, TN formed originally by frontman Will Hunter at the end of his time at Belmont University. The one piece became a five-piece band after the release of their debut "Supposed To EP" and months of traveling together playing shows across the southeastern part of the US.
The Pacific sound is diverse and familiar - nostalgic and fresh.
Largely inspired by the alternative rock music of the early 2000s (Goo Goo Dolls, All American Rejects, Thirty Seconds to Mars), the pop music of the 70s and 80s (The Beatles, U2, The Cure) and the pop music of the modern day (The 1975, LANY), Pacific sees the necessity of a vast influence in creativity and curating a sound, trying to honor the past but not shy away from the future.
“There is really nothing we aren’t inspired by in some way,” says frontman Will. “I feel like I’m always rethinking the Pacific sound.”
Pacific shows are where it’s at. It’s about fun, freedom, and being yourself, unless you don’t like having fun. Then it’s not about being yourself.
With only a short amount of time on the scene, Pacific has already made big waves in the Nashville Indie scene and plans to release more music and play more shows in more places throughout 2019.
$12 - $15
no refunds - no exceptions. lineups and times are subject to change. any ticket suspected of being purchased for the sole purpose of reselling can be canceled at the discretion of EXIT/IN and/or ticketfly. valid government-issued photo ID required for entry. tickets available at the door (if not sold out). no re-entry.