When Nashville Bars Go Wild: Bars, DJs, and the ’80s

“It’s like going back to the ’70s.

It’s a big time of year.

You go out to eat at some of these places and you don’t know what’s going on.”

-Seth Kiesling, DJ, WTF Live (1994)The 80s are back, and they’re a time for celebration.

With so many bands and DJs hitting the scene this year, it’s no surprise that a whole new generation of people are taking to the club scene in Nashville.

But how can you celebrate without being influenced by the ’90s?

Here are five ways to party the 80s in Nashville this weekend.1.

Go to a local dive bar.

You don’t have to go to any dive bars to celebrate the 80th anniversary of the 80ies.

There are tons of great bars in the city right now, and we’ve highlighted some of the best bars in Nashville below.

You can find more great dive bars here.2.

DJ the 80’s.

You can’t go wrong with a good old fashioned mix of 80s tunes.

DJ’s are always a great way to celebrate a new wave or nostalgic period in your life.

Take a look at the top 10 DJ mixes in Nashville, and enjoy some great tunes from The B-52’s.3.

DJ on a Saturday.

When is the best time to go DJing?

Any time of the day, really.

Get the hang of the music and let the DJ play the 80-80s tunes that have been playing at your local dive.

If you’ve got friends or family over, you can even play a few tunes for them.4.

Enjoy a classic 80s show.

A classic 80’s show can be one of the greatest things that you’ve ever seen.

The 80s era is so iconic that the show itself is considered the standard for all music that has been released during the era.

There’s a lot of great 80s music on Spotify and you can listen to it on your phone or computer.5.

Take advantage of the Nashville’s Summer Jam.

You’ve heard of summer festivals, right?

Summer festivals are events that take place during the summer months in the area.

The Summer Jam is one of those festivals that’s not just for the summer, but also for the whole month of July.

You’ll find great music throughout the day on various stages that range from outdoor stages to indoor venues.

We’ve highlighted the top five festivals for Nashville in the Summer Jam section below.6.

Watch the 80′s on the dance floor.

There’s a new trend in Nashville right now.

It seems like every summer, people are going to dance and have fun, and a lot more of that is happening in the 80 years since the 80 of ’92.

The Nashville Dance Festival is one great example of the trend.

This year’s festival features artists like the Dixie Chicks, The Black Eyed Peas, and DJ Snake.

Check out more great dance events here.7.

Watch Nashville’s Jazz.

The Jazz is one music that can be heard around the city.

While it’s not a huge event, you won’t be disappointed by the music.

This festival is usually filled with great music, great food, and some of Nashville’s best live bands.

The music scene is definitely in a better place than it was in the ’00s.8.

Watch Jazz at a local bar.

If you’re looking for something fun to do with your friends this summer, head over to the bar.

If the Jazz is the thing you’re after, this is the place for you.

Take some friends over to check out some of this year’s best local jazz acts.9.

Get to know the locals.

With so many great local acts on the festival circuit, you might not know that there are also many great Nashville acts doing great things in the music industry.

This is where you can catch up on local bands, DJ sets, and other local events that are happening.

Check these out and see what you can do on Saturday in Nashville:The Summer Jam has been held every year since it began in 2002.

It takes place during July, and it’s always a good time to party and catch up with the local bands that are doing great music.

The Summer Jams are held on July 4 and July 6 in the summer.

Check out the schedule for the Summer Jamp below.