High Rises & Honky Tonks ~ is a celebration of Downtown Nashville. This event serves as a fundraiser in support of The DISTRICT’S mission and is an incredible opportunity to showcase some of the unique venues that are part of downtown Nashville. Contributions for The DISTRICT help fund community projects such as Holiday Decorations and improvement projects, including The Ryman Alley. The event features destinations where guests meet, mingle, have fun and support a great cause.
Let Nashville know that you choose to make a difference in the core of the historic downtown. Demonstrate your love for The DISTRICT by getting involved. 31 years and continuing to grow ~ The DISTRICT will host its annual Progressive Party Fundraiser ~ HIGH RISES & HONKY TONKS on Wednesday September 27th from 6:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
Get in on The DISTRICT’s 31st Annual Progressive Party Fundraiser with Exclusive Partnership Opportunities to Preserve and Protect The Historic Heartbeat of Music City – The DISTRICT. Your fundraising contribution also serves to elevate community spirit and pride in helping to preserve a very special time and place with an opportunity to show your face and faith in The DISTRICT.
TinRoof Broadway – 6:00 – 7:30 PM
FGL HOUSE – 7:00 – 8:30 PM
George Jones – 8:00 – 10:00 PM
Libations, food, and music included in ticket price.
The DISTRICT’s 31st Annual Progressive Party in Downtown Nashville; Begins at The TinRoof Broadway, Located at 316 Broadway, then we party on down to The FGL HOUSE, On 120 3rd Avenue south. Then our Last stop is The George Jones Rooftop Bar, 128 Second Avenue, north, where, our Silent Auction will be featured at the last location!
2017 Spirit of the DISTRICT Award Recipient
Gary Everton embodies the spirit of The DISTRICT in every way. He is passionate about our making The DISTRICT a great place to live, work and visit ever since locating his first office downtown in 1991. Over the past three decades, he has invested his time and efforts into almost every organization and every committee that promotes our city especially the historical districts downtown. As a founding member and former Chair of The DISTRICT, Gary has been influential and steadfast in making Nashville what it is today! As a Founding Principal of EOA Architects, Gary carefully restored and developed numerous buildings with the thought of maintaining the history and beauty of Nashville. His projects include the AME Church at 400 4th Avenue South (1864), Customs House, Doctors Building, Overbrook Mansion, Basin Alley Building, 111 Broadway, 411 Broadway, the Cohen Building, the Stahlman Building, Eakin School, 400 Fourth Avenue and the original Third National Bank Building. Gary’s ability to articulate design issues, elicit meaningful input from a diverse group of citizens and public agencies, foster consensus and derive thoughtful, workable design solutions that truly showcase the multi-dimensional roles that architects can use to benefit society. Since 1987, Gary has served on numerous local organizations including Metro Historical Commission, National Trust for Historic Preservation, Metro Public Arts Committee, Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce, the Nashville Downtown Partnership, Civic Design Center and the Urban Land Institute.
We are grateful to have such a dedicated and thoughtful advocate standing with us in The DISTRICT.