Nashville is a city full of music and great venues, from the Bluebird Café to the Grand Ole Opry. More than a few of the biggest names in music have started their careers in Nashville. Are you thinking of visiting this famous city soon? Here are five great music venues that you need to add to your “must see” list while you’re here!
3rd and Lindsley
3rd and Lindsley is an all-ages venue that serves up food and live music every night. It has a capacity of 250 people depending on the event. Some of the great acts that have appeared at 3rd and Lindsley are Lady Antebellum, Zac Brown Band, The Fray, Jason Mraz, and Ed Sheeran.
The 5 Spot
The 5 Spot is a popular spot thanks to the hit TV show “Nashville,” and they constantly have great music lineups and great events! The 5 Spot a venue where you have to be at least 21 to enter. But if you’re 21, every Monday there’s a fantastic dance party where you can go and dance the night away with friends.
Robert’s Western World
Robert’s Western World is the place to be if you enjoy traditional country music. Not only can you listen to some great music, but they also have a store where you can purchase your very own pair of authentic cowboy boots. They serve traditional country cuisine (a fried bologna sandwich anyone?), and they also have a weekly Sunday church service!
The Station Inn
The Station Inn is known for hosting some of the biggest names in bluegrass music since it opened in 1974. In 2003, The Station Inn received the Distinguished Achievement Award from the International Bluegrass Music Association for its contribution to bluegrass music! If you’re lucky, sometimes a very famous musician might show up unexpectedly and join the band on stage for an unexpected (and fantastic) jam session. The venue does require you to be over 21 if you’re on your own, but if you’re under 21, you can come in as long as you’re accompanied by an adult.
The Stone Fox
The Stone Fox is a three-in-one venue. It serves as a bar, a restaurant, and a live music venue! It showcases local and touring bands that you can come and check out while noshing on some of their classic dishes prepared with a twist. Their food is classic American fare, and they even serve a Sunday brunch! That’s the real Nashville for you.