Morgan Wallen to Open 6-Story This Bar and Tennessee Kitchen in Nashville

Morgan Wallen is the latest artist to open his own bar and music venue in downtown Nashville. The “Last Night” singer will join the likes of Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Garth Brooks, Eric Church, Bon Jovi, Luke Combs and more with his own space in the heart of Music City.

This Bar and Tennessee Kitchen, a six-story bar, restaurant and music venue, is being opened in partnership with TC Restaurant Group. Wallen will pick the menu items himself, which will include “southern delectables, bar bites, Tennessee favorites and some of Mama Wallen’s own recipes,” per a press release. A gift shop will also be open with exclusive Wallen merchandise and more.

“I sing about finding myself in ‘this bar’ and now it’s coming to life,” Wallen says. “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. 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.”

“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,” adds Adam Hesler, President at TC Restaurant Group.

This Bar, located next to the historic Ryman Auditorium, will boast 30,000 square feet and feature three live music stages, six bars and an open-air rooftop. An opening date has yet to be announced.

In August, Wallen reportedly purchased the property where This Bar and Tennessee Kitchen will be located.

By his own admission, Wallen’s career has exploded far beyond what he ever dreamed possible, and sometimes to his detriment. The 30-year-old has set records for streams, album sales, concerts and more, with his popularity soaring all over the world.

“Everything has gotten so, so huge,” Wallen recently reflected to Billboard. “I don’t really go to the grocery store. I have to go through back doors to go to the doctor and all that kind of stuff. I still try to hold on to as much [normalcy] as possible. I like driving, so I try to drive as much as I can by myself.”

Wallen has extended his One Night At A Time Tour into 2024. Music and tour dates can be found at

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