Garth Brooks Sets Grand Opening for Friends in Low Places Nashville Bar & Honky Tonk

Those in Nashville’s downtown area will be able to officially “slip on down to the oasis” on March 7, when the grand opening is held for Garth Brooks’ Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky Tonk. Brooks acquired the property, located at 411 Broadway in Nashville, in December 2021. The space was previously home to venues including Paradise Park and Downtown Sporting Club.

Brooks gave the world an early look at the bar and honky tonk back in November, when he performed at the venue for Garth Brooks’ Amazon Music Live Concert on Black Friday. Some portions of the venue, including two floors of the four-story building, have had a limited opening for several weeks.

However, the March 7 grand opening will reveal all four floors of the 54,715-square-foot space; the opening will also include a police substation, developed in partnership with the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department.

The first two floors will honor classic honky-tonks and will offer a custom-built, retractable live music stage, featuring the “Circle G” emblem, repurposed from the Central Park stage where Brooks performed for a record-breaking audience of more than 1 million people. The setup was installed by the same team that has toured around the world with Brooks and will feature the largest LED screens on Nashville’s Lower Broadway. The first floor will feature two bars, a dance floor and ample seating. The second floor will offer two additional bars, and a mezzanine offering views of the stage below.

The third floor will house intimate private event spaces, complete with a double-sided fireplace and an intimate patio, for gatherings of up to 250 guests. The rooftop fourth floor, dubbed The Oasis, will feature two full bars.

So far, the Friends in Low Places Bar and Honky Tonk has featured a limited menu, but the upcoming grand opening will highlight menus featuring recipes from musician/author/television star and Brooks’ wife Trisha Yearwood, drawing from Yearwood’s bestselling cookbooks and her television show Trisha’s Southern Kitchen and including fare such as meatloaf, friend chicken with white gravy, and an abundance of side dishes. The honky-tonk’s food menu will be available 11 a.m.-9 p.m., seven days a week.

“If you are one of the lucky ones who come to this town and receive its many blessings, don’t you owe something to Nashville?” Brooks said in a statement. “Garth Brooks owes a lot to Music City.”

“I can’t imagine there being a Garth honky-tonk without Trisha Food!” Yearwood added. “I’m honored to get to be a part of something so exciting and so big, and to work alongside the love of my life doing it. The whole team at Friends In Low Places is incredible!”

Friends in Low Places will be open seven days per week, from 11 a.m. through 2 a.m. on Monday through Friday, and from 10 a.m. through 2 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

On Tuesday evening (Feb. 20), beginning at 7 p.m. ET/6 p.m. CT, Brooks will discuss the grand opening of the bar and honky-tonk and more, with exclusive merch being sold during through TalkShopLive, including shirts, hats, tote bags, pint glasses and shot glasses.

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