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Limelight

201 Woodland Ave, Nashville, Tennessee United States

(615) 780-3099

Limelight Limelight Nashville is located 100 yards from LP Stadium and is a five minute walk from downtown Nashville. This 22,000 square foot premiere entertainment venue features a state of the art sound and lighting system, huge dance floor, a mid-size stage, and the finest kitchen partner, Monell’s. Popular for CD release [more]

Tribe

1517 Church Street, Nashville, Tennessee United States

615-329-2912

Tribe is a "big city hot, Nashville friendly" music video bar and restaurant conveniently located on Church Street in midtown Nashville. Tribe was voted BEST MARTINI and BEST GAY/LESBIAN BAR in Nashville by CitySearch users! In the "Nashville Scene Best Of" contest, locals awarded Tribe- 1st Place: Best Bar That Makes You Feel Like You Are [more]

LP Field

One Titans Way, Nashville, Tennessee United States

615-565-4200

LP Field When LP chose to move our team to Nashville several years ago, we knew this was our kind of town. We're proud to be part of such a fun loving and loyal community. And so when we had the chance to attach the LP name to the stadium, we took the opportunity seriously. And literally. [more]

The Cannery

1 Cannery Row, Nashville, Tennessee United States

615-251-3020

The Cannery Cannery Ballroom reside in Nashville's Historic Cannery building. Built 1883, the Cannery was originally a flour mill and later a place to grind coffee. The building earned it's name when the Dale Food company bought it in 1957 and began processing food (jams, jellies, mustard, mayonnaise, peanut butter, etc.) eventually opening a [more]

Grand Ole Opry House

2804 Opryland Drive, Nashville, Tennessee United States

(615) 871-OPRY

Grand Ole Opry House The Opry Entertainment Complex consists of four unique entertainment venues: the Grand Ole Opry House, the Acuff Theatre, the Opry Museum, and the Opry Plaza. Visit the Opry Entertainment Complex and you’ll be treated to a grand time, no matter what the occasion. Whether you attend a Grand Ole Opry show, a [more]

Vanderbilt Univ Memorial Gymnasium

301 25th Ave., Nashville, Tennessee United States

(615) 322-1793

Vanderbilt Univ Memorial Gymnasium Vanderbilt University is a private, nonsectarian, coeducational research university in Nashville, Tennessee. Vanderbilt was founded in 1873 with a gift of $1 million by shipping and rail magnate Cornelius Vanderbilt who, despite having never been to the South, hoped his gift and the greater work of the [more]

Nashville Municipal Auditorium

417 4th Avenue North, Nashville, Tennessee United States

(615) 862-6390

Nashville Municipal Auditorium The Nashville Municipal Auditorium easily accommodates all types of trade shows, meetings and sales on the EXHIBITION FLOOR. The 63,000 square foot exhibition floor has an 11-1/2 foot ceiling and an unlimited floor load. Exhibit space is serviced by 110 and 220 volt current. The exhibition floor can [more]

Ryman Auditorium

116 Fifth Avenue North, Nashville, Tennessee United States

(615) 458-8700

Ryman Auditorium  Ryman Auditorium, a National Historic Landmark and former home of the Grand Ole Opry (1943-1974), continues its more-than-100-year music tradition by offering the best in entertainment.  Open daily from 9 am to 4 pm, excluding New Year’s, Thanksgiving, and Christmas days, the Ryman offers tours that showcase [more]

Sommet Center

501 Broadway, Nashville, Tennessee United States

615.770.2000

Sommet Center Sommet Center (formerly Nashville Arena and Gaylord Entertainment Center and pronounced soh-MAY') is an all-purpose venue in downtown Nashville, Tennessee, that was completed in 1996. Sommet Center is owned by the Sports Authority of Nashville and Davidson County and operated by Powers Management Company, a subsidiary of [more]

Tennessee Performing Arts Center

505 Deaderick Street, Nashville, Tennessee United States

615-782-4040

Tennessee Performing Arts Center TPAC is located in the James K. Polk Cultural Center at 505 Deaderick Street in downtown Nashville, occupying an entire city block between 5th and 6th Avenues and Deaderick and Union Streets. Also housing the Tennessee State Museum, the cultural center adjoins the 18 story James K. Polk Office [more]