Kara Sherrer

Kara Sherrer

writer. editor. digital native.

Kara Sherrer is a writer and editor based in Nashville, TN. Her stories have appeared on USA TODAY College and The Huffington Post, among others.

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Mumford & Sons sell out Bridgestone by Vanderbilt Hustler

Most Vanderbilt students spent their Friday night hemmed inside the metal gates of Rites of Spring, fist-pumping to EDM music on a beer-soaked Alumni Lawn. But just two miles away, another more prominent (though less beer-soaked) concert took over Bridgestone Arena: Mumford & Sons “Arrow Through the Heartland” tour.

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Hey Marseilles says Hello

Alternative rock band stops at Exit/In in the wake of their new album release

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Nachde Nashville 2016

Vanderbilt hosts second annual intercollegiate Bhangra competition

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The Last Bison

Indie folk rock band stops at Exit/In.

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Commodore Quake 2015

Smaller homecoming concert features Third Eye Blind and The Band Perry.

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Ra Ra Riot at Exit/In

Baroque rock band packs out local venue

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'Welcome to Our Tribe'

WALK THE MOON takes over the Ryman for two consecutive nights.

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Co-headlining at Cannery

Alternative rock band The Mowgli’s and synthpop singer Lights put on energetic joint show.

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Around the World in 2 Hours

World jazz band Pink Martini joins forces with the Nashville Symphony to bring multilingual show to Music City.

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Harambee 2016

Annual African Student Union cultural showcase sells out for the first time ever