Early in the pandemic, I began to feel the pain of secondary impacts. Loss of time with family and friends. Financial stress. Anxiety about the future. Community disintegration.
I casually stated that I’d gladly wear a mask if I could drive to the Ryman and see a show. The gift of Nashville’s live music scene became more precious to me the very moment it was lost.
Now more than ever, we need coping strategies to deal with the secondary impacts of COVID.
Enter Golden Hours. A shared experience of live music and fall beauty, with proper risk mitigation.
This event is being held with guidance from Metro Health and good wisdom to protect our community from COVID, while still nourishing the soul with a shared experience of live music on a beautiful night.