The Pacific
The High Watt at Mercy Lounge
January 10, 2019


The High Watt at Mercy Lounge
1 Cannery Row, Nashville, TN, 37203, US


Thursday, January 10, 2019
8:00 PM

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1 Geography,
2 History,
3 Entertainment
3.1 Record labels,
4 Companies,
5 Ships,
6 Schools,
7 Sports,
8 Other,
9 See also,

Pacific may refer to:

The Pacific Ocean, largest ocean in the world
Pacific Rim, political and economic term used to designate the countries on the edges of the Pacific Ocean as well as the various island nations within the region,
Pacific-Antarctic Ridge, oceanic ridge at the boundary between the Pacific and Antarctic tectonic plates,
Pacific-Kula Ridge, former oceanic ridge at the boundary between the Pacific and Kula tectonic plates,
Pacific-Farallon Ridge, former oceanic ridge at the boundary between the Pacific and Farallon tectonic plates,
Pacific, California, community in El Dorado County,
Pacific, Missouri, place in the United States,
Pacific County, Washington,
Pacific, Washington, city in King County, Washington,
Pacific Highway (disambiguation), any one of several highways around the world,
Pacific Time Zone,

Pacific War, the part of World War II -- and preceding conflicts -- that took place in the Pacific Ocean, its islands, and in East Asia, from 1937 to 1945,
Pacific Theater of Operations, the term used in the United States for all military activity in the Pacific Ocean and the countries bordering it during World War II,
Pacific Ocean theater of World War II, one of four major theaters of the Pacific War, between 1941 and 1945,
Pacific Ocean Areas (command), the major Allied military command in the Pacific Ocean theatre of World War II,
War of the Pacific, fought between Chile and the joint forces of Bolivia and Peru, from 1879 to 1884,

The Pacific (TV miniseries), an HBO TV miniseries about the US involvement in the Pacific during World War II,
Pacific 231, an orchestral work written by Arthur Honegger in 1923,
Pacific Theatres, a movie theater chain in southern California,
Pacific TV, an Indonesian television station,

Record labels:
Pacific Records,
Pacific Front Recordings,
Pacific Jazz Records,

Pacific Air Lines, a defunct airline,
Pacific Airlines, an airline based in Vietnam,
Air Pacific, a Fijian airline,
Cathay Pacific, a Hong Kong airline,
Pacific Truck & Trailer, a Canadian heavy truck maker,
COSCO Pacific, a Chinese port operator,
Georgia-Pacific, an American pulp and paper company,
Pacific Basin Shipping Limited, a Hong Kong shipping company,
Pacific Investment Management, an investment company,
Union Pacific a railroad network in the United States,

MS Pacific, a cruise ship formerly known as the MS Pacific Princess.,
SS Pacific (1849), a transatlantic sidewheel steamer of the Collins Line that sank off the coast of Wales in 1856,
SS Pacific, an ocean liner that sank off the coast of Washington State in 1875,
Pacific class patrol boat, a class of 22 patrol boats built by Australia and donated to twelve South Pacific countries,

University of the Pacific (United States), a private university in California,
Pacific University, a private college in Oregon,
University of the South Pacific, University in the South Pacific, Main Campus in Fiji, and Smaller Campus in Samoa, Vanuatu,Cook Islands, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Niu, Solomon Islands, Tonga.,

Pacific Tigers, the intercollegiate sports program of the University of the Pacific,
Pacific Racing, an extinct Formula 1 team,
Pacific Grand Prix, former Formula 1 race in Japan,

Pacific, a name often given to steam locomotives of the 4-6-2 wheel arrangement