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Nashville Area Concert Guide

Nashville Area

There is a reason Nashville is called Music City and one look at JamBase’s Nashville concert listings will provide you with all the information you need to score the best-priced tickets.

Nashville’s music scene is the undisputed headquarters of country music. The publishing houses along Music Row have produced country music’s most beloved songs and the Nashville metro area has long been home to stars of the genre. The honky tonks along Broadway like the world-famous Tootsie’s have live music seven days a week as up-and-comers cut their teeth and play for tips.

Go out Tootsie’s back door and through the alley and you’ll find yourself at the back of the mother church of country music, the historic Ryman Auditorium. The Ryman was once home to the Grand Ole Opry, which now broadcasts from just outside Nashville at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center. In the 1950s, the Nashville Sound was popularized by the likes of Chet Atkins, Owen Bradley and Steve Sholes, and helped bring country music to an even wider audience.

Many country music stars have called or currently call the Nashville metro area home. East Nashville, which is home to the well-known record store Grimey’s and music venue The Basement East, is also an increasingly popular area for musicians to congregate.

Elsewhere around Music City, Nashville concerts take place in spaces nearly everywhere you look. Traditional Nashville concert venues include The Station Inn, Brooklyn Bowl Nashville, Exit/In, 3rd & Lindsley, City Winery, Marathon Music Works and Mercy Lounge. You’ll also find Nashville concerts happening inside bars, restaurants, hotel lobbies, breweries and nearly anywhere else you can think of to have live music.

Explore JamBase to see all of the many concerts in Nashville taking place soon including Bad Bunny, Nicki Minaj, Olivia Rodrigo, Green Day, James Arthur, and many more.

Search JamBase’s Nashville music festival guide and grab tickets to Bonnaroo, White Pines Music Festival, Tennessee Motorcycle & Music Revival, and other area fests.

No trip to Nashville for a concert is complete without eating some hot chicken at Hattie’s, Prince’s, or one of the other many places to get the deliciously spicy treat. Music fans in town for a concert in Nashville can explore the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Johnny Cash Museum, the National Museum of African American Music and Third Man Records, or take a tour of The Ryman.

Nashville concerts take place outdoors at the Ascend Amphitheater and at Nissan Stadium which is home to the Tennessee Titans of the National Football League. Big-time concerts in Nashville also take place indoors at the Bridgestone Arena where the Nashville Predators host National Hockey League games. Major League Soccer’s Nashville SC plays their matches at Geodis Park.

Nashville hotel options include the historic Hermitage Hotel and its unforgettable art deco restrooms. Additional places to stay while visiting Nashville for a concert include Noelle, Hotel Indigo Nashville, the Bobby Hotel and Holston House Nashville, among others.

The Nashville metro area is one of the most rapidly growing cities in the United States. The hotbed for country music is also among the top entertainment destinations in the world. Music City is a must-stop visit for music lovers of all ages and types.

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