At some point in each of our lives, when we were asked what we wanted to be when we grew up, the answer was simple – ‘a superhero’. There is a glory and a sense of integrity that goes along with being a larger than life figure, someone who saves the world. As we grew up, we sort of saw the realism of being the villain too – how sometimes the path we’re on just goes off course and suddenly, things aren’t as black and white as we believed they were. That’s why every superhero story has a villain – and why a lot people think they’re just as cool as the good guys.
One show of that in 2016 was Suicide Squad, a band of rebels who ended up proving that even the ‘bad guys’ still have a heart. In fact, they stormed the world of pop-culture this year. From conventions to Halloween and any other event that allowed us to retire our ordinary garb for a day and transform into something else; the rebel costumes were out in full force.
Another opportunity to pick your side; hero or villain, is coming up in just two weeks as the Superhero & Villain Bar Crawl takes over Nashville, Tennessee. It’s an entire day full of fun, music, cosplay, and an escape from your day to day life where you can make your choice. Will you represent good or will you represent evil? Either way, you’ll be welcome and you’ll have a lot of fun.
The event, hosted by Tsunami, will take place over a number of bars in Nashville where you’ll find drink specials, superhero themed decorations and your own special passport to be stamped, showing that you survived the bar crawl. There are two ticket options available for purchase. General admission and VIP, both of which are still available for
purchase. Gen admission tickets are currently 10 dollars while the VIP option is 30. VIP tickets come with a special edition shirt, VIP wristband, and drink options so we fully recommend getting that package, it’ll be worth it.
Photo highlights from prior events look incredible and have us counting down the days until we’re dressed up as our own favorites while we make friends with other pop-culture fans from around the US that make the trip for this special event.
To find out more and purchase tickets of your own, visit their website and make sure to do it soon. We hope to see you there!
‘…but I knew him’