1412 Brick Church Pike
Nashville, TN 37207
Phone: (615) 226-3230
Fax: (615) 262-7611
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.
Community theater often means poor performances of poor productions, but not so with the Pull-Tight Players. This theater company schedules five shows each season, including classics such as "Camelot" and "Fiddler on the Roof." All the shows are family friendly, which means you can take your children along without fear of hearing a lot of profane language. Patrons fill the small auditorium for each presentation, and with good reason. The performances rival those of professional companies in much larger cities.
Spread over an area of 22,000 square feet, Limelight, has the capacity to hold about 1500 people. A key entertainment center, this place is well-equipped with the audio and visual equipment. This place caters to several personal needs like concerts, weddings, corporate events and others. To know more about this venue, please check the website.
The home of the National Football League's Tennessee Titans boasts a 69,000-seat, natural-grass facility. The stadium offers excellent seating, most along the sidelines. There are 144 luxury suites, 7,500 on-site parking spaces and 60 concession stands. If you are driving to the game, the easiest thing is to park downtown in one of the many garages/surface lots in or near the District, and then use the pedestrian walkway on Woodland Street.
Municipal Auditorium is a multi-purpose facility that hosts concerts, adrenalin-packed bike races, boxing matches, trade fairs and exhibitions. It has an auditorium, an open arena and a venue for exhibitions. Music City Mayhem, Arena Cross, the Rainbow Dance competition, Great American Train show and Music Jam are the events to look forward to at this venue.
Named after the U.S president Andrew Johnson, this 256 seater called Andrew Johnson Theatre, is managed by the Tennessee Performing Arts Center. The Nashville Ballet, Nashville Opera and Tennessee Repertory Theater perform here regularly. The seating is circular and provides an interactive theater experience. Apart from this, the theater is also a venue for dance performances, concerts, plays and cultural programs.
Home to the Nashville Ballet, the Nashville Symphony, Tennessee Repertory Theatre, and the Nashville Opera Association, Andrew Jackson Hall was built in 1972, and seats up to 2,472 people. In the past it has staged broadway shows such as 'Thoroughly Modern Millie', 'The Producers', 'The Full Monty', 'Jesus Christ Superstar' and more. The mission of this center is to serve the needs of a community engaged in the performing arts, and creating a space for more arts education.
The Tennessee Performing Arts Center is home to several Broadways shows, theatrical performances and the well-known Nashville Symphony Orchestra. The James K. Polk Theatre, one of its three grand venues, hosts the theatre shows. The venue is well-equipped with fantastic audio and lighting systems and an intimate setting that can hold more than 1000 guests at a time. It is also fitted with hearing devices to assist those who require it and wheelchair accessibility. Check the website for further details.
Located in downtown Nashville, the Tennessee Performing Arts Center is sprawled across an entire city block between 5th and 6th Avenues of Union Street. The main performance venue of the center is the Andrew Jackson Hall. This hall can seat up to 2,400 spectators and hosts a variety of Broadway shows and entertainment events. The center is the home of the Nashville Opera Association and the Nashville Ballet. It also houses the Tennessee State Museum, the James K. Polk Theater, the War Memorial Auditorium, and an education program for children.
If you like the blues then you have to head to this place. The B.B. King's Blues Club is one of the best places to enjoy a night of good blues with some awesome bands like The B.B. King's House Rockers, The B.B. King's Soul Brigade, Burning Las Vegas, and The Soul Searchers. Even if you are not into the blues thing but are a complete foodie, come here for a taste of Southern Cuisine. There is something for everyone with well-marbled New York strip to fried catfish. Your visit would be incomplete without trying the impressive drinks on the bar menu. The B.B. King's Blues Club can put together a customized special package for you if interested in hosting an event here.
This is "the" place to kick your spurs up in Music City. The dance floor is the largest in Nashville, and the music and dancing are virtually nonstop. If showing off your moves makes you hungry, the kitchen offers a full lunch and dinner menu and the bar serves up frosty mugs of your favorite imported and domestic brews. This place is perfect for a night out with friends, a birthday party or for "boot-scootin'" with your sweetheart.