24 Oct.

10 Events You Shouldn’t Miss at this year’s Politicon

We’re just days away from the big weekend where we’ll be touching down in Nashville for the first time.

Join other like-minded (and not-so-like-minded) individuals at Music City Center for debates, panels, comedy, book signings, meet-and-greets and so much more.

We know there’s a lot to do and a lot to see so we pulled together a few events this weekend you definitely should not miss.

Haven’t grabbed your tickets yet? It’s not too late! Get yours HERE and we’ll see you in Nashville!

THE CARVILLE INTERVIEW: SARAH HUCKABEE SANDERS
Sunday October 27
Civic Hall
12-1pm

Their connections to Arkansas are as different as their politics, but James Carville and Sarah Huckabee Sanders have a lot more in common than just their Southern charm. Both the masterful campaign strategist and inexhaustible Press Secretary have lent their wisdom to Presidents during public relations nightmares, and in spite of the odds, defended them from their adversaries in the media. What was it like? And how do they see the 2020 election panning out?

ANA KASPARIAN IN CONVERSATION WITH TOMI LAHREN
Saturday October 26
Independence Hall
2-3pm

Whether you’re a Republican or a Democrat, your party has been dominated by old men since its founding. But Ana Kasparian of the Left, and Tomi Lahren of the Right are taking the power back! And now they are coming together at Politicon to discuss whether Trump or the Democrats have a better vision for the country.

ANN COULTER IN CONVERSATION WITH DAVID FRUM
Saturday October 26
Civic Hall
1-2pm

Ann Coulter and David Frum are two of the leading intellectuals of the modern conservative movement, so it’s not surprising that it seems like they have three brilliant and mutually opposed ideas on every issue. But when they sit down together in this conversation moderated by Millennial Action Project founder, Steven Olikara, you might be surprised where they agree…

LEADERSHIP WITH JAMES COMEY
Saturday October 26
Civic Hall
3-4pm

When the future of the nation is at risk, the heat of popular passions and the pressure coming from all sides can easily cloud our judgement. But a true leader consults their internal compass, and strikes out on the path they believe in– even if it means that they might walk alone. And love him or not, James Comey stood by his convictions and led us forward, even though it required making an impossible choice. Nicolle Wallace finds out what went into his decision, asks how can we be better leaders and create the country and the culture we deserve?

RANDY RAINBOW LIVE!
Sunday October 27
Independence Hall
5-6pm

The Emmy nominated singer-songwriter and Youtube sensation Randy Rainbow brings his hilarious satirical songs to the Politicon Stage and takes your questions!

HEAD TO HEAD WITH DONNA BRAZILE & REINCE PRIEBUS
Saturday October 26
Independence Hall
6-7pm

Reince Preibus was the RNC chairman in charge during Donald Trump’s takeover of the party who backed the future President and became his Chief of Staff. Meanwhile, Donna Brazile was doing everything she could to keep Hillary Clinton’s loss from fragmenting the Democratic Party even further. Now, she sits down with Reince to find out what he saw in President Trump, where he sees the country going, and what he thinks of the 2020 campaign in this exclusive Politicon conversation moderated by Millennial Action Project founder Steven Olikara.

CHARLIE KIRK VS. KYLE KULINSKI
Sunday October 27
Civic Hall
4-5pm

They’re young, passionate, and taking over our politics, one follower at a time. Now they’re bringing their arguments into the real world and fighting for the soul of their generation at Politicon.

AN EVENING WITH AL FRANKEN
Saturday October 26
Civic Hall
7:40-8:30pm

Al Franken marks his return to the national scene at Politicon 2019, and there’s no holding back this time!

POINT COUNTER POINT WITH SEAN HANNITY & JAMES CARVILLE
Saturday, October 26
Civic Hall
5-6pm

Democratic legend James Carville sits down with conservative Fox firebrand Sean Hannity to discuss the state of the nation, whether President Trump is living up to his potential, and if there is any chance of his defeat in 2020.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS: MICHAEL KNOWLES VS CHRIS HAHN
Sunday, October 27
Liberty Hall
5-6pm

Michael Knowles of the Daily Wire and ‘The Aggressive Progressive’ Chris Hahn have decided to take their fiery debate about the state of the culture off air and settle things live on the Politicon Stage.

See the full list of events for Saturday HERE
See the full list of events for Sunday HERE