Pandora Live Returns to Nashville for One Night Only with Old Dominion

The fun event also included photo booths, an open hot chocolate bar, and selfie marshmallows!

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Pandora Live returned to Music City for one night only on Monday (November 25) with a special concert headlined by Old Dominion.

Held at Marathon Music Works, the 2019 CMA Vocal Group of the Year winners were joined by fellow country artists Carly Pearce and Ryan Griffinwith the entire concert broadcasted on Sirius XM’s The Highway for fans that weren’t able to make it to the show.

Aside from exciting performances, the venue was full of fun activities including photo booths, a hot-chocolate bar, personalized edible selfies on marshmallows, and complimentary Daddy’s Dogs.

Warner Nashville’s Ryan Griffin warmed up the crowd with a short set that included songs off his 2017 EP Sake of the Summer as well as his latest single “Right Here Right Now.” Carly Pearce followed Griffin shortly after, getting all the ladies on their feet with a cover of Shania Twain’s classic “Man! I Feel Like a Woman,” before performing her new duet “I Hope You’re Happy Now,” her breakout single “Every Little Thing,” and “Hide the Wine.”

Headliners Old Dominion walked onstage to a roaring crowd that sang along to some of their biggest hits off their third self-titled studio album, including “Make It Sweet,” “One Man Band,” and “My Heart Is A Bar,” as well as classics like “Hotel Key,” “Written in the Sand,” and “Snapback.”

Given that it was such a small venue, the band truly connected with every single person in the audience by sharing heartfelt stories of their journey to stardom and life in Nashville in between songs.

Pandora Live continues in New York City with a special performance from Halsey on December 10, 2019.


Written by Mariah Crom

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