Morgan Wallen Reveals Plans To Open 6-Story Venue In Downtown Nashville

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Morgan Wallen revealed his plans to open a six-story bar amid the famous stretch of honky tonks on Lower Broadway in Downtown Nashville, Tennessee.

Wallen’s soon-to-open establishment, This Bar and Tennessee Kitchen, will serve as a bar, restaurant and live music venue with three stages and an open-air rooftop. It’s slated to open at 107 4th Ave N, adjacent to the historic Ryman Auditorium, in 2024, per a press release issued Thursday (February 15). iHeartRadio's Wayne D and Tay scoped out the location of Wallen's This Bar and Tennessee Kitchen in Downtown Nashville quickly after the announcement on Thursday morning.

“I sing about finding myself in 'this bar' and now it's coming to life. This venue will hold true to everything I love and is inspired by my fans and the way they have embraced me and my music,” Wallen said in a statement. “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 you'll want to find yourself in and make memories with your friends and family and celebrate the way country music has brought us all together.”

The One Thing At A Time artist joined TC Restaurant Group to bring it to life, and with Chef Tomasz Wosiak to develop the menu. Wallen will also include memorabilia and snapshots from his childhood in East Tennessee, along with glimpses of his most notable performances of his career so far in This Bar and Tennessee Kitchen, according to the release.

“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, hold fast to his roots and enshrine his name among an exclusive group of artists who can claim international stardom with a Lower Broadway destination fans all over the world seek out,” Adam Hesler, President at TC Restaurant Group, said in a statement.

Wallen becomes the latest country artist to open a bar on Nashville’s Lower Broadway, along with Miranda Lambert, Dierks Bentley, Florida Georgia Line, Jason Aldean, Blake Shelton and others. Eric Church and Luke Combs also have venues in the works. The exact opening date was not announced as of publication time.