(Nashville, TN) -- Award-winning live music venue, bowling alley, restaurant, and nightlife space Brooklyn Bowl has announced the opening of a new branch in Nashville. The Music City location of the world-famous club franchise, the third following successful clubs in NYC and Las Vegas, will open its doors to the public on March 14, 2020. Located in a scenic part of Germantown surrounded by Victorian manors and beside First Tennessee Park, the iconic franchise’s Nashville base is setting its sights on becoming Music City’s premier live music venue and new home for Rock. And Roll., complete with a LEED-certified bowling alley and food courtesy of the Blue Ribbon restaurant group.
The 1,200 capacity venue is kicking it into high gear for its initial 40-show lineup, featuring a broad range of globally-recognized acts ranging from Angel Olsen to The Revivalists; PJ Morton to Royal Blood; Larkin Poe to St. Paul and The Broken Bones, The String Cheese Incident and many, many more.
"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.”
“Combining what Nashville is famous for with the diverse and eclectic musical genres that we’ve become known for showcasing, we’re looking forward to being a new home for Rock. And Roll. in Music City. ” adds co-founder Charley Ryan. “It’s a town with such amazing venues, and we’re excited and honored to be a part of the community.”
Colin Keegan from Brooklyn Bowl New York will serve as the Nashville location’s Head of Talent, working closely with Kirk Peterson, Director of Talent for Dayglo Ventures.
The flagship venue in Brooklyn was previously ranked the No. 1 Busiest Club in New York City and nominated for Nightclub of the Year at the 30th Annual Pollstar Awards, and the Las Vegas establishment has been voted Reader's Choice “Best Music Venue” the last four years in a row for Las Vegas Weekly's annual “Best of Vegas” awards. After many years of planning, the opening of Brooklyn Bowl Nashville, which happens in the original venue’s 11th year, is a labor of love for one of the fastest-growing and most-beloved nightlife club chains in the nation.
Brooklyn Bowl Nashville is a partnership between Brooklyn Bowl and Live Nation. Tickets for the initial 2020 shows go on sale Friday, December 20 at 12PM CT. Due to the demand of the initial run of shows, a pre-sale will take place Thurs., Dec. 19 from 10 AM CT - 10 PM CT. Get your unique code HERE.
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Brooklyn Bowl Nashville 2020 Spring /Summer Lineup
Sat., Mar. 14 | Bowlive feat. Soulive & George Porter Jr.
Sun., Mar. 15 | The Dirty Knobs with Mike Campbell
Mon., Mar. 16 | The Revivalists
Sat., Mar. 21 I Rayland Baxter
Sat., Mar. 27 | St. Paul and the Broken Bones
Tues., Mar. 31 | Antibalas
Thurs., Apr. 2 | Brent Cobb & Them
Fri., Apr. 3 | Hippie Sabotage
Sat., Apr. 4 | Hippie Sabotage
Thurs., Apr. 9 | Theory of a Deadman
Fri., Apr. 10 | The Dip
Sat., Apr. 11 | Tennessee Dead with Liz Cooper & the Stampede + Futurebirds
Mon., Apr. 13 | Angel Olsen
Fri., Apr. 17 | Real Estate
Sat., Apr. 18 | The Infamous Stringdusters with special guest Town Mountain
Wed., Apr.22 | Toots and The Maytals
Fri., Apr. 24 | Joe Russo’s Almost Dead
Sat., Apr. 25 | Larkin Poe
Sun., Apr. 26 | PJ Morton
Mon., Apr. 27 | Shinyribs
Fri., May 1 | Twiddle
Sun., May 3 | Royal Blood
Fri., May 9 I Phosphorescent
Mon., May 11 | Poolside
Wed., May 13 |Jinjer
Sat., May 23 I Frank Foster
June | TBA I The Hold Steady
Sat., June 20 | Car Seat Headrest
Sun., June 21 | Chicano Batman
Wed., July 22 | The String Cheese Incident
Thurs., July 23 | The String Cheese Incident
Fri., July 24 | The String Cheese Incident
ABOUT BROOKLYN BOWL NASHVILLE:
Brooklyn Bowl Nashville is the ultimate night out. With its groundbreaking integration of premiere music, 19 lanes of bowling, a bar featuring locally crafted beers, food by the acclaimed Blue Ribbon restaurant group, and a patio overlooking First Tennessee Park, the 1,150 capacity venue is surrounded by elegant Victorian buildings in Germantown, located at the corner of 3rd Ave and Jackson St. The venue is slated to open 2020 Q1 and will be Brooklyn Bowl’s third location outside of its flagship in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn.
Wearing its homegrown values on its sleeve, Brooklyn Bowl is committed to locally made products, environment sustainability, and boasts an unprecedented combination of top-flight music, bowling, beer, and food.
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