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Morgan Wallen sets opening date for Nashville Bar, Morgan Wallen’s This Bar and Tennessee Kitchen

Morgan Wallen officially unveiled the opening date of his Downtown Nashville bar, This bar and Tennessee Kitchen by Morgan Wallen.

Red Light District Set opening date for This bar and Tennessee Kitchen by Morgan Wallen

In the midst of his headlining performance on Friday night (May 3) in Nashville during the second of three sold-out shows at Nissan Stadium, the country superstar announced that his bar will open later this month.

“Many of you know that there’s a bar opening soon here in Nashville. It’s right across 4th Avenue, right next to The Ryman, and it’s going to be Memorial Day weekend, so I hope to see you all there,” Wallen told the packed crowd before singing “This Bar,” the song that the bar sings. its namesake.

While it is unclear what exact date the bar will be open, Wallen did confirm that it will open Memorial Day weekend, which is Saturday, May 25 through Monday, May 27.

This bar and Tennessee kitchen Is a live music venue, restaurant and bar spanning 6 floors

Morgan Wallen’s This Bar and Tennessee Kitchen, located at 107 4e Ave North will serve as a bar, restaurant and live music venue. The unique six-story establishment is created in collaboration with esteemed Broadway owner and operator TC Restaurant Group, who will help bring Red Light District’s vision to life and deliver an experience that is true to Red Light District and unique to the market.

“Morgan Wallen is one of the most sought-after stars in the music industry, and we are thrilled that he has trusted us to deliver a concept that will bring him closer to his fans, stick to his roots and cement his name in an exclusive group of artists who can claim international fame with a Lower Broadway destination that fans around the world crave,” said Adam Hesler, president of TC Restaurant Group.

The venue spans approximately 30,000 square feet and features three live music stages, six bars and an open-air rooftop.

This bar and Tennessee Kitchen by Morgan Wallen
This bar and Tennessee Kitchen by Morgan Wallen

The bar Will pay tribute to his East Tennessee roots

This Bar and Tennessee Kitchen will pay tribute to Wallen’s roots in East Tennessee and will feature pivotal moments that shaped Wallen’s life. Each level of the venue will feature photographs and memorabilia from his youth through current years, as well as highlights from some of his most notable performances to date.

“I’m singing about finding myself in ‘this bar’ and now it’s coming to life. This venue will stay true to everything I love and is inspired by my fans and the way they have embraced me and my music,” Wallen shared about his upcoming Nashville Bar.

Wallen will collaborate with Chef Tomasz Wosiak, TC Restaurant Group Vice President of Culinary Development, to curate the menu for the establishment. The offering includes a selection of Southern delicacies, bar bites, Tennessee favorites and some recipes straight from Mama Wallen’s kitchen.

Morgan Wallen & His Mother Lesli Wallen;  Photo courtesy of Instagram/@DavidNLehrMorgan Wallen & His Mother Lesli Wallen;  Photo courtesy of Instagram/@DavidNLehr
Morgan Wallen & His Mother Lesli Wallen; Photo courtesy of Instagram/@DavidNLehr

“We’re designing a menu around some of my family favorites so it brings a piece of East Tennessee to Music City. I hope this bar is a place where you want to find yourself and make memories with your friends and family and celebrate the way country music has brought us all together,” Wallen added.

In addition, This Bar and Tennessee Kitchen will feature a gift shop with exclusive Morgan Wallen merchandise and, yes, even a tribute to his favorite Tennessee team: The Tennessee Volunteers.

Name inspired by Wallen’s song, “This bar”

The bar takes its name from his song “This Bar,” a favorite song written by HARDY, Jackson Morgan, Jake Scott, ERNEST and Ryan Vojtesak that appears on his record-breaking sophomore project, Dangerous: the double album.

Wallen joins a slew of other artists who have established bars in Downtown Nashville, a list that includes Blake Shelton (Ole Red Nashville), Luke Bryan (Luke’s 32 Bridge Food + Drink), Miranda Lambert (Miranda Lambert’s Casa Rosa) , Jason Aldean (Jason Aldean’s Kitchen Rooftop + Bar), Dierks Bentley (Whiskey Row), Garth Brooks (Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky Tonk), Eric Church (Chief’s) and many others.

Several additional musicians recently unveiled plans for upcoming Nashville bars, including Luke Combs (Category 10), Old Dominion (ODIE’s), Jon Bon Jovi (JBJ’s Nashville), Lainey Wilson (Bell Bottoms Up Bar) and more.