Econo Lodge North
110 Maplewood Trace
Nashville, TN 37207
Phone: (615) 262-9193
Fax: (615) 228-8030
A life without creativity, music and art is a life that is woefully humdrum. Take a break from the mundane realities of everyday life and head over to the Queen Ave Art Collective for a life affirming dose of creativity. The collective hosts a variety of concerts and community events, including everything from craft fairs and art exhibitions to rock concerts. Keep an eye on their facebook page for updates on the latest happenings at the Queen Ave Art Collective.
Cornerstone Church is the largest Assemblies of God church in the greater Nashville area. A Purpose-Driven church, Cornerstone offers educational ministries for children, youth, young adults, men, women, and seniors. The church provides a childcare option for Nashville families through the ministry of Cornerstone Christian Preschool. Members and guest are invited to join Cornerstone's many outreach options for men and women including a bowling league and motorcycle club. Cornerstone is well known for its Independence Day celebration featuring indoor fireworks and a laser light show. The facilities of this church are used throughout the year for a variety of local events. Service times are listed on the church website. -Lynn-nore Chittom
Fond Object Records is a collaboration of the garage rock band The Ettes, Rachel Briggs and Jeff Pettit. Shop for must-have records, collectibles, antiques and vintage apparels at this funky space. The shop-front facade adds to the charm of Fond Object. Aptly named, you surely will find here something or the other that you have been longing for. They also have a performance space outdoors.
Meals go better with entertainment, and you'll get your fill of great food and fun at this clever diner and cabaret—shows feature singers and dancers from the old Opryland Theme Park. Country music, pop anthems and swing music find their way onto the playbill. Breakfast shows are staged on select days and last about an hour and a half. Dinner shows begin at 6:30pm and run the same length. Nightlife is also available for holding parties, functions and reunions.
King Of Clubs is truly the 'King' when it comes to clubs. No one can hold ground more than the King. More like an entertainment center in one, this place accommodates two clubs, a restaurant, a VIP room for the princely, a game room, an outdoor patio and a event venue that can hold around 2000 people. Weekly themed days, fabulous DJ's and awesome events keep the crowd entertained and coming back for more.
The brains behind the former do-it-yourself venue Little Hamilton came up with this equally exciting venue on Dickerson Pike, to breath a new life into the underground music scene of Nashville. Owners Rose Pink and her partner Jazzi Bennett curate the kind of music to be played at this all-ages venue, which ranges from hardcore punk to black metal, and everything else in between. Apart from music, The Owl Farm also hosts local art exhibitions, dance shows and theater events regularly, attracting a diverse crowd for such events.
Since 1974, the Nashville Palace is entertaining audiences with interesting shows and concerts. This venue features variety of events throughout the year; country music concerts dominates the scene here, however, you can enjoy other genres of music too. With facilities like parking lot, spacious area that can accommodate 700 guests and two large stages, Nashville Palace is an ideal place to host variety of shows. You can it for hosting private events, banquets, receptions and similar events.
Located just across the Grand Ole Opry and names after country music legend 'Roy Acuff' this theatre has been a very important place for the country loving people of Nashville. With a seating capacity of 1800 people and amazing audio-visual technology, this is an impressive venue. It is frequently used for shows, concerts, and other special events. The Acuff Theatre offers great entertainment and is the setting of USA Network's Nashville Star.
When the world famous Ryman Auditorium closed its doors to country music performances, a section of the stage was removed and installed here, at the new home of the Grand Ole Opry. Country music artists, past and present, consider performing on this stage the highest of honors, and all the greats have. The 45,000 square foot building seats 4,400 people. It is host to The Country Music Association Awards, various concerts, conventions and business conferences.
An ideal place to catch live action, Gaslight Theater, offers an informal atmosphere for people to chill and let loose. This theater has shows and performances every weekend.
If you have finished your shopping bout in the Opry Mills Mall and are wondering what to do next, then visit the on-site Regal Cinema to catch the latest blockbuster or a feature on the giant IMAX screen. Refreshments are offered, so you can sit back and relax with popcorn and a soda. Log on to the website for details on movie times and ticket prices.
Gibson Bluegrass Showcase is a great concert venue for those interested in Blues and other American genres. This fantastic venue has an atmosphere reminiscent of an old school American club with creatively done up interiors adorning this massive 30,000 feet location. The Gibson facility features tours, live music, a cafe and a retail outlet. One even finds a lot of guitar lovers drooling over the finely crafted trademark Gibson guitars, mandolins and banjos. Several famous artists including Kim Ford, Josh Graves Junior, Shelly Rann, Dixie Devils, Scott Wayne have performed here. Apart from well-known names, one will even find local bands entertaining audiences with their fresh talent.