What street in Nashville is Music Row?
Situated southwest of downtown, Music Row is home to several businesses and attractions related to the city's musical heritage. Considered the heart of Nashville's entertainment industry, the Music Row area is centered on 16th and 17th Avenues South, which are known as Music Square East and West respectively.
Is Nashville a party town?
Nashville is America's new party town as well as the home of country music.
Where is Nashville entertainment district?
The DISTRICT is located in the heart of downtown Nashville along the Cumberland River.
040 of Metro Code currently bans people from "possessing any alcoholic beverage in an opened glass, aluminum, or metal container in an area generally open to the public unless the premises is licensed for on-premises consumption." But alcohol in paper or plastic cups is permitted.
Alan Jackson's Lower Broadway bar has been voted the number one honky-tonk in Nashville by Billboard Magazine. The three-story hot spot offers something different on each level; a sports bar, karaoke bar, and rooftop bar. Oh, and of course live music!
It's not a dangerous area, but it's pretty far from the part of town were there are a lot of people out late at night. It's one mile to the beginning of the Broadway nightlife area, but 1.4 from 2nd and Broad, considered the center of the area, taking the safest route.
Music Row: Nashville's Most Famous Neighborhood shows how a group of unremarkable bungalows became the heart of the country music industry and helped Nashville become known around the world as Music City USA. The story starts with the rise of the Grand Ole Opry and the opening of recording studios in the downtown area.
Tootsie's is located at 422 Broadway in the heart of downtown Nashville.
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The strip between 4th and 5th Avenue on Broadway is back open Monday after Mayor John Cooper and the Metro Health Department shut it down Sunday night. She says Nashville has made great gains in curbing the virus outbreak and believes shutting down Broadway will keep us on that track.