Grammy Award-winning country artists Brothers Osborne will take the stage at the Momentary this summer!
This dynamic duo’s boundary-breaking country songs combine the twang of southern music with the groove and guitar-driven swagger of rock & roll. You’re sure to be dancing all night.
Kicking off the night’s performances is country and Americana singer-songwriter Meg McRee! Drawing influence from artists like The Dead, Emmylou Harris, and Tame Impala, McRee’s debut album, Is It Just Me?, brings together pleasantly unpredictable melodies, heartfelt inquisition, and warm-hearted poetry that will make your feelings make sense.
See you there.
This concert is presented as part of the Momentary’s Live on the Green Concert Series on the Coca-Cola Stage. Held rain or shine.
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* Active Military and Veteran tickets available to all active or retired US military personnel with a military ID or proof of military service, presented upon entry.
** Student tickets available to all guests under 17 or those with a valid student ID, presented upon entry.
*** Premium tickets include access to an outdoor tented lounge and premium bar, plus a reserved standing-room-only zone located immediately in front of the front-of-house sound and light mixing tent. Limited quantity available.
ABOUT THE ARTISTS
Two sons from a working-class family, John and TJ Osborne grew up in a small Maryland water town writing and playing songs for friends and family in their father’s shed. John moved to Nashville first to play in other bands and two years later, TJ joined him. It was then they formed Brothers Osborne as a duo that blends equal parts country and rock into one of the freshest, most identifiable sounds to come out of Nashville in recent years. Standing as nine-time Grammy nominees, the singer/songwriter siblings recently took home their first trophy for Best Country Duo/Group Performance (“Younger Me”) at the 64th Grammy Awards. The duo scored their fourth Vocal Duo of the Year trophy at the 55th annual CMA Awards, in addition to being named ACM Duo of the Year three times. Overall, Brothers Osborne have collected five CMA and six ACM trophies. Additionally, they received the ASCAP Vanguard Award in 2019 recognizing artists whose innovative work is helping to shape the future of music.
Brothers Osborne’s deluxe edition of their Grammy-nominated third studio album, Skeletons, is out now. Originally released in October 2020, Skeletons features their recent single “I’m Not For Everyone,” as well as their Top 25 hit “All Night.” Included on Skeletons Deluxe, “Younger Me” was released in response to the overwhelming support TJ received after sharing his personal story. John and TJ wrote and produced the track, with Kendell Marvel serving as an additional co-writer. Initially breaking through with their debut album Pawn Shop, the Gold Certified project featured three GRAMMY-nominated tracks including the 2X Platinum Certified No. 1 smash hit “Stay A Little Longer,” Top 10 Platinum Certified hit “It Ain’t My Fault,” and Gold Certified Top 25 hit “21 Summer.” Their sophomore album, Port Saint Joe, was nominated for Best Country Album at the 61st Grammy Awards and includes the Top 40 Grammy-nominated single “Shoot Me Straight” as well as “I Don’t Remember Me (Before You).” Brothers Osborne just wrapped their headlining WE’RE NOT FOR EVERYONE Tour and have previously toured with Chris Stapleton, Eric Church, Little Big Town, Miranda Lambert, and more.
After attending Vanderbilt University on a full academic scholarship, Meg McReetraded her newly earned degree for the pursuit of an unpredictable dream as a songwriter. After a few years of waitressing at The Listening Room and nannying in between writes, McRee was validated as more than a driven idealist with the signing of her first publishing deal at Hang Your Hat, a creative joint venture with Concord Music Publishing and hit-songwriter Hillary Lindsey. Since, her musical prowess has earned her cuts with Grace Potter, Elle King, Caylee Hammack, Paul Cauthen, Carter Faith, Ben Chapman, Lauren Watkins, Harper O’Neill, and more.
As she proved her chops in the writing room, McRee toured singing background vocals and playing fiddle with Ben Chapman and Hailey Whitters before making the leap into her own artistic journey with the recording and release of her debut record “It Just Me?”, an album founded upon pleasantly unpredictable melodies, inquisition, and warm-hearted poetry that will make your feelings make sense.
“I hope when people hear my record, they feel like they’re getting to step inside my brain for a little while,” said McRee. “I have a very wide variety of sonic influences (from the Dead to Emmylou Harris to Tame Impala) so there was plenty of fun, challenging exploration going on throughout the making of this project. The songs are about the way I look at the world, at least right now. I’m in love but I’ve had my heart broken before I’m wading through all the chaos of my career path and the lifestyle it lends itself to, with one foot on the moon and the other on solid ground…”.
With nearly 1M streams McRee’s debut record is feeling the love across genres-debuting at #49 on iTunes Country chart and landing on a variety of country, americana, singer-songwriter, and multi-genre playlists across platforms, the withstand-out track “Mary Jane & Chardonnay” making its radio debut on SiriusXM TheHighway’s On The Horizon upon release. After wrapping her first major tour in early 2023 as support for co-writer Lainey Wilson on the “Country With a Flare Tour”, Meg hit the road with Morgan Wade on select dates of her “No Signs of Slowing Down Tour”, including a show at the legendary Ryman where McRee received a standing ovation for her first set on the coveted stage. You can catch McRee this summer at festivals including CMA Fest, Bonnaroo, and Peacemaker, as well as support on select dates with Ashley McBryde, Paul Cauthen, and Marcus King.
WHAT TO EXPECT
- Entry: Entry to the concert is located just west of the parking garage. Please be ready to show your mobile/printed tickets along with a valid ID.
- Re-entry: No re-entry will be allowed for this show.
- Parking: Please park in our parking garage located next to the 8th Street Market at 801 SE 8th Street. Reserve your spot here.
- Note: There is an 8′ height limit for the garage.
- Seating: You’re welcome to bring folding chairs and blankets for use on the Green. There will be a dedicated standing-room-only area in front of the stage for those who prefer to stand.
- Bag Policy: You can bring one clear bag into the venue that is not larger than 12” x 6” x 12”, or a single one-gallon plastic freezer bag (Ziploc bag or similar). Exceptions for diaper bags, medical devices, and media apply—learn more here.
- In addition, you can also carry a small clutch purse, no larger than 4.5” x 6.5”, with or without a handle or strap.
- Bags will be screened as you enter. Security has final say on what is and isn’t permitted.
- Fun Food and Drink: Hungry or thirsty? Enjoy the culinary creations of the Momentary Food Truck and fun beverages from the RØDE Bar before and during the show. No outside food or beverages will be allowed.
- Cashless Event: Bring your credit or debit cards as we’re 100% cash-less.
- Photos and Video: Capture your favorite concert moments with a point-and-shoot camera or your phone. But please leave professional cameras, drones, selfie sticks, tripods, detachable lenses, and audio or video recording devices at home.
WHAT TO BRING AND NOT BRING TO THE CONCERT
- Valid ID and tickets to present upon entry.
- Folding chairs and blankets to use in designated areas at mid-field and beyond.
- Free water stations will be available. Empty plastic water bottles are encouraged to help stay hydrated. (No glass, metal, or opaque plastic containers.)
- Bring your credit or debit cards. The festival is 100% cash-less.
- Rain or shine, the show will go on! Come prepared with your sunscreen, hat, raincoat or a poncho.
- One clear bag no bigger than 12” x 6” x 12”, or a single one-gallon plastic freezer bag (Ziploc bag or similar). You may also carry a small clutch purse, no larger than 4.5” x 6.5”, with or without a handle or strap.
- All clear bags and clutch purses will be screened prior to entry. Security has final say on which bags will be permitted.
- No outside food and drink, large bags, coolers, or ice chests. No pop-up shade tents or umbrellas of any kind.
- No weapons or firearms of any kind are allowed, even if you have a permit. Laser pointers, glow sticks, and illuminating objects are strictly prohibited.
- No fireworks, fuel, or explosive materials of any kind.
- No skateboards, scooters, or wheeled devices other than ADA-compliant transport.
- No kites, frisbees, inflatables, or air horns.
- No illegal substances of any kind.
- No smoking or vaping will be allowed outside of designated smoking areas.
- No pets.
- No posters, signs, or promotional materials. Flyers and other promotional materials cannot be distributed on Momentary property without prior approval.
- Prohibited items will not be admitted or checked. Please leave these items at home or in your locked vehicle.
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