Reviews Nights Out in "Music City"
Nights Out in "Music City"
Nicknamed “Music City”, Nashville’s legacy is undoubtedly its contributions to the music industry. As such, there are almost always live musical performances somewhere in Nashville, whether a concert performed by a famous music or an open mic night by local talent. There are many venues throughout Nashville known for providing great music nightlife.
For a more relaxed vibe, a number of bars and restaurants ardently defend Nashville’s title of “Music City, USA” by regularly hosting local talent and musical performances. The Bluebird Café at 4101 Hillsboro Road features amateur singer-songwriters every night, providing a springboard for the newest talent in country to propel their careers by simply being heard. The Bourbon Street Blues & Boogie Bar on Printers Alley is known for its allegiance to blues music, featuring a seven-piece award-winning blues band that plays Tuesday-Saturday every week. This bar also offers performances from up and coming blues artists.
The Douglas Corner Café on 8th Avenue South is also a popular spot for up-and-comers. Robert’s Western World on Broadway is all about the roots of the sound that made Nashville famous — traditional country. This bar is as Nashvillian, honky-tonk as they come, and is popular with locals to visitors and even celebrities.
Finally, 3rd & Lindsley Bar and Grill on 3rd Avenue South offers every style of music imaginable, from progressive to R&B and Soul to Rock & Roll. The variety found in Nashville’s nightlife music scene is a testament to the passion for music that lives in Nashville’s cultural soul.
Nashville doesn’t just breed stars at local bars, however, but welcomes them back post-celebrity with open arms at their many theaters. Some of the popular venues include the Grand Ole Opry House, the Ryman Auditorium, the Sommet Center, the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, and the Texas Troubadour Theatre. With such a plethora of choices, there is almost always a concert or performance going on in downtown Nashville; clearly, Nashville’s not called “Music City” for nothin’.
Night on the Town
If you want to pull out all the stops to experience Nashville, Tennessee at its “Music City” finest, there are a few components you should incorporate to enhance your night out. Considering Nashville’s reputation, a night on the town wouldn’t be complete without attending an amazing musical event. Nashville is constantly hosting some of the biggest names in the business at premier venues like Bridgestone Arena. Check the concert event listings in advance to snag tickets for your special night. Limo services are plentiful in Nashville, so reserve a driver to amp up your night that much more.
Top the evening off with a reservation at one of Nashville best restaurants like 360 Bistro, Kayne Prime, Tayst or Prime 108. These restaurants might be on the pricey side, but the food, presentation and service is well worth the price and will be the perfect touch to your glamorous evening out in Nashville, Tennessee.
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