NASHVILLE, TN (CelebrityAccess) — The live music venue, bowling alley, and restaurant chain Brooklyn Bowl announced plans for the debut of its latest location in downtown Nashville in early 2020.
The music city club, which will be located in Nashville’s Germantown neighborhood, near First Tennessee Park, is scheduled to open its doors on March 14th. When it opens, the Brooklyn Bowl Nashville will feature live music, a LEED-certified Bowling Alley and food courtesy of the Blue Ribbon restaurant group.
When it opens, the property will become the third Brooklyn Bowl, joining previous locations in Las Vegas, and unsurprisingly, Brooklyn.
The 1,200 capacity venue will hit the ground running with an initial lineup of 40 shows, including performances by Angel Olsen, The Revivalists, PJ Morton, Royal Blood, Larin Poe, St. Paul, The Broken Bones, and The String Cheese Incident among others.
“Nashville is a place that evokes the spirit of what was happening in Brooklyn when we opened there almost 11 years ago, and there’s so much great music,” says Brooklyn Bowl co-founder Peter Shapiro. “We’re really excited to bring our own vibe and energy to a place with so much history.”
Colin Keegan from Brooklyn Bowl New York will oversee talent operations at the Nashville outlet, working closely with Kirk Peterson, Director of Talent for Dayglo Ventures.
Brooklyn Bowl Nashville is a partnership between Brooklyn Bowl and Live Nation.