Get ready to put on your cowboy hats and Western wear and gallop on over to the Nolensville High School gymnasium.
Saturday night, March 17, is the Nolensville Athletic Committee’s Second Annual Boots & Bling fundraiser to benefit the high school’s athletic programs and, specifically, enhancements to the school’s practice field.
There are still limited quantities of tickets available via the Nolensville High School PTSO website. You can buy either tickets individually or by table. The event is for adults only.
“It’s a unique night of singers and songwriters from around Nashville who come and donate their time,” Nolensville High School PTSO President Christy Conder said.
In addition to the live music there is also a variety of food.
Starting at 6 p.m., attendees can enjoy “A Taste of the Town” dinner provided by local restaurants Outlanders Southern Chicken, Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint, Uncle Bud’s Catfish and Lokale Juice.
There will also be a live silent auction.
Conder said last year’s inaugural event was fantastic. It raised around $12,000 for Nolensville High athletics. She said the goal this year was to raise $18,000.
Tickets can be bought at the door, but only if the event does not sell out, which Conder said was a possibility.
The festivities are expected to last from around 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Here is a link to a video about the event.