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These are our Top 10 stories of 2021. Happy New Year!

EXIT/IN, Diskin Cider and More Announce Changes and Closures Due to COVID-19

Several Nashville businesses are temporarily closing and/or postponing shows as cases of COVID-19 are on the rise in Nashville. Some venues are adjusting hours, while others are closing entirely while staff gets tested. EXIT/In announced that the show scheduled for December 30 was canceled, while the New Year’s Eve show has been postponed. out of an abundance of caution,…

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12 Nashville Venues That Require Proof of COVID-19 Vaccine

The list of Nashville venues requiring proof of a COVID-19 vaccine, or in some cases a recent negative COVID-19 test, is growing. After City Winery, 5 Spot, The Basement and The Basement East announced that they would require proof of vaccination for entry, several more venues have since followed suit, including Exit/In, 3rd and Lindsley, Dee’s Lounge and more….

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Exit/In Will Remain a Music Venue, Developers to Return Donated Money

The beloved Exit/In is staying right where it is, says the owner of AJ Capital Partners, the development company that bought the property. “Confidentiality was waived this afternoon,” AJ Capital founder Ben Weprin said in a statement (via The Tennessean). “So we are now able to speak to the community about our plan for preserving Nashville’s beloved EXIT/IN, which…

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Exit/In Owner Continues Fight to Keep Venue From Hotel Developer

Exit/In owner Chris Cobb is not backing down. After the property where Exit/In is located was sold to a hotel developer, Cobb launched a GoFundMe campaign, with a goal of raising $200,000 to offer AJ Capital, who purchased the property, in addition to the money he also secured with Grubb Properties Group, and is doing everything he can to…

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Nashville’s Exit/In Building Listed For Sale

The building that houses one of Nashville’s most popular music venue, Exit/In, is for sale. The beloved concert space, opened in 1971, has welcomed some of music’s biggest acts, including Billy Joel, Jimmy Buffett, R.E.M. and Tom Petty, among others. The building and its adjacent property, Hurry Back Tavern, has both been listed for sale, but all hope is…

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