Fix. magazine, a cultural booklet dedicated to Nashville art, fashion and music, will host Fix. Fest 01, a benefit concert, at 328 Performance Hall this Saturday, featuring a plethora of urban music mainstays.
Fix. Fest 01, a good reason to get down and funky, is designed to raise money for the magazine as well as the HIV vaccine trials unit at Vanderbilt University. Ten percent of all proceeds from the door and an additional 10 percent of all advertising sales revenue will go to the HIV unit.
Featured performers at Fix. Fest 01 include: Utopia State, Sub-Method, Celebrity, Glossary, My Epiphany, Ferimone, Scatter the Ashes, Cecil, and Oblivion Theme. Music will start at 5 p.m.
In addition to the main stage events, DJs Marv-C, Bassbin Massacre, Jaden, Dorian, Foster T, and a special guest will spin tunes in the secondary room, formerly home to the Electric Lounge at 328. The DJ room is sponsored by www.urban-scene.com, a website devoted to urban culture in Nashville.
The mission for Fix. magazine, according to Fest organizer Bo Streete, is to unify the city