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Just wanted to check back in and thank you all for your comments. DD's post-Bonnaroo trip to Nashville was a resounding success. There was no problem checking into the Hampton Inn despite being under The hotel is several steps above the average Hampton, and was very well located. For the price, it couldn't be beat.

They chose not to go anywhere that they needed to buy a ticket, but ate at Merchant's, where they were able to hear live music, and at Pucketts, both of which they enjoyed. As a side note, while not usually a desirable choice, for the younger crowd who can't get into bars, the Nashville Hard Rock usually offers live music.

They spent their one full day visiting the Country Music Hall of Fame and Studio B tour, which they really loved, especially Studio B. Otherwise, they wandered around sucking up atmosphere. It was a great ending to their adventure, and someplace they would like to return. Thanks again, Fodorites, for your help.


Nashville, known also as Music City, is the birthplace of country music. It also continues to be the Mecca that all aspiring country musicians are drawn to. Its where the country star dream is realized or lost. So, Nashville is the place to visit if you love country music. But what if you specifically want to do some country dancing in Nashville or Middle Tennessee?

If you love country dancing, both two-stepping and line dancing and you either live in Nashville or are visiting, this post is a guide for where to go! There is so much live music going on constantly. It truly is all about the music, both country, and beyond! But what about dancing?

Believe it or not, it isn’t obvious and that easy to do the slappin’ leather line dance in Nashville. Yes, it’s possible, but you’ll need a guide, like what I’ve provided right here!

When it comes to exploring Nashville to go dancing, of course, we will take a stroll down Broadway, also known as “Honky Tonk Highway,” but we’ll need to drive out and around Nashville as well to find the good spots. But starting with Broadway… There are so many fantastic little famous spots with from 2 to even 5 stories of live music and partying going on. Just look for the neon signs!

But what if I told you some of these places are actually a little short on the dance floor space? Sorry, but it’s true. The charm and magic of these little spots is their history. These tiny little stages, small taverns, and listening rooms were the launchpads for many great singing careers. They continue to be so, but it’s really about the music, the songwriters, listening, and drinking with friends (not dancing).

So we’ll start with 2nd & 3rd avenue and then continue with a walk down Broadway and find the spots where there’s some country dancing happening. But then we’ll go on some long drives to explore some obscure but legit dance halls.

To follow are summary blocks for each of the 15 dance venues I have covered. Each gives you location, days open, and the website address! These are all great places to listen to music, dance, and have fun, but I pay special attention to the best places for the country dancing! Also here’s the 15 in a quick list.

  1. The Wildhorse Saloon
  2. FGL House
  3. The Stage
  4. Robert’s Western World
  5. New Boots Line Dancing
  6. The 5 Spot
  7. SilveradosDance Hall & Saloon
  8. CahootsDance Hall and Honky Tonk
  1. Whiskey Dix
  2. Wild Country Dance Hall
  3. Wagon Wheel II Dance Hall
  4. The Electric Cowboy
  5. Cowboys Dance Hall & Saloon
  6. Mommas Country Bar and Dance Club
  7. Revolver Dance Hall & Saloon

15 Best Places around Nashville for Dancing At-A-Glance

Click on any of the pictures to jump down to see specifics about that Nashville or Middle Tennessee dance venue.

Cowboy’s Dance Hall & Saloon

Carmack Blvd, Columbia, TN

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Mommas Country Bar and Dance Club

New Columbia Hwy
Lewisburg, TN

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Revolver Dance Hall & Saloon

S Jefferson Ave Ste H, Cookeville, TN

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1. The Wildhorse Saloon on 2nd Avenue

The world-famousWildhorse Saloon is located in the heart of downtown Nashville very close to the Cumberland river on 2nd Avenue. While most of the iconic honky tonk bars line Broadway (“Honky Tonk Highway”, or “Lower-Broad”), Wildhorse is to the north up 2nd Avenue. It opened in with a bang! Reba McIntire led a stampede of actual cattle down 2nd street to mark the beginning of now over 2 decades of country music and fun.

The Wildhorse is a premiere spot for country music entertainment and line dancing. It is 3 stories and the sprawling dance floor is the largest in Nashville. The saloon is open 7 days a week and offers line dancing lessons every day. There is live entertainment every day and the restaurant serves food daily from am pm.

Part of the Wildhorse’s history that should be mentioned is the TV show that was broadcast from here. It was called the Wildhorse Saloon Dance Television Series. There was something called a “Daily Dance Segment” that was wildly popular and viewed even internationally. So, yes the Wildhorse is very much a home to country dance and the place to be if you love country dance and you’re in Nashville. It was also honored by the Academy of Country Music as Nightclub of the year.

Lessons: Daily, throughout the day (8 lessons, starting at pm)
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Cover Charge: None
Hours of Operation: Daily: am – 10 pm.

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2. FGL House on 3rd Avenue

FGL House on 3rd Avenue. If you continue reading you’ll see I’ve made a list of some honky tonks that might have some dancing, but they aren’t really places to seek out if you want to country dance. FGL House almost got on that list! But I’m including it just because there’s so much more room to dance here than most of the crowded honky tonks on Broadway! FGL House has dance floors on the first and third floors. People really wanting some space to dance get excited when they come here!

It’s also worth noting there is a mix of music genre’s being played here. So, if you are looking for a place to dance other than country this is your spot! There’s a mix of current radio hits and oldies. Artists include country, hip hop, and rap.

Cover Charge: None
Hours of Operation:
Monday-Saturday: am – 3 am
Sunday: 10 am – 3 am

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3. The Stage on Broadway

The Stage on Broadway. Besides the Wildhorse Saloon, the next spot to do some actual dancing would be the Stage. The Stage is another multi-level honky tonk roof-top bar with live music on every level .

A couple of things to know about it is for one, the famous mural on the wall featuring the Highway Men (Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson,Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings) and Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn. There’s also the original painting of The Highwaymen over the front door. Another thing that is cool is that many country singers have used the Stage for their music videos. Of particular note is that back in it was the location for scenes in the movie Country Strong starring Tim McGraw and Gwenyth Paltrow.

I’ve listed the Stage as a dance destination because of the large dance floor there. However, you won’t find any formal or organized lessons for country dancing. If you want to line dance there you can, but I would recommend going with friends who know some line dances. If there’s room and the song is right, break out an Electric Slide or Power Jam! Also if you and your partner are itching to do some two-stepping or country swing you should find enough room here to do so.

Cover Charge: None
Hours of Operation: Open 7 Days a Week: 11 am – 3 am

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4. Robert’s Western World on Broadway

Robert’s Western World, on Broadway. There’s a lot of country chic in the selection of honky-tonk and rooftop bars you have from which to choose along Broadway. So many bars are modern and filled with the young crowd enjoying modern country music. Robert’s Western World is where you go if you want to travel back in time a little and get back to Nashville’s roots and traditional country music. Owned by Jesselee Jones, the owner says it is the home of traditional country music in Nashville. “We play the music that made Music City what it is this day.” This is so much so that it is regarded as the “last stronghold of country music” in Nashville.

So, as far as dancing goes, it just stands to reason with such a traditional country vibe, some two-stepping is appropriate! The dance floor, like most of these honky tonks is small. It tends to be an older crowd, though all ages are represented. You’ll find Robert’s Western World just two doors down from The Stage.

Cover charge: None
Hours of operation:
Monday-Saturday: 11 am to 3 am
Sunday: Sunday Morning Gospel from am to am,
Traditional Country Music from pm through 3 am
Age Limit:
Open – pm: All ages (including children)
pm – 3 am: 21 and older

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5. New Boots Line Dancing

New Boots Line Dancing is very different from the other venues I’ve listed here! New Boots Line Dancing is not a honky tonk, but rather, a place to take line dance lessons. Their dance studio welcomes small to large groups to come to learn line dancing together. They offer what they call “Private Boutique Line Dance Classes” So, basically private lessons for groups.

I’ve included New Boots Line Dancing since its one of the few spots that is a haven for country line dancing in downtown Nashville. They are just open on the weekend and offer the group classes in the day to get you ready to go dancing in Nashville that night!

If you are interested in taking a class, whether you be an individual, small group or a large group, just go to their website to book a class.

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Days Open: Saturday & Sunday
Class Times: am, pm, pm, and pm

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6. The 5 Spot

Another hot spot for dancing in Nashville would be the 5 Spot! Just /2 miles east of Honky Tonk Highway, just over the Cumberland and east on Main ’til Forrest. You might have seen it featured on ABC’s hit show “Nashville.” The 5 Spot is a great dive to catch some up and coming artists with more of a Rock or Americana Folk sound, as well as country artists playing “secret shows”.

The 5 Spot has earned a reputation for being the heart and soul of the city’s dance life. On Sunday nights, you will take in live soul music and dancing. Monday nights, are Motown Mondays and there’s sure to always be a great dance party going on then. The Monday night Motown dancy party is so popular that it is recommended to arrive early before it fills up and gets too packed. Prepare to be packed in on the dance floor where everyone really lets loose.

In addition to hosting dance parties on these nights, the bar also invites local singers and songwriters to perform live on a regular basis.

Cover Charge:
Hours of Operation: 7 days a week, pm – am

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7. Silverados Dance Hall & Saloon

At just 15 minutes out of Nashville, Silverados Dance Club & Saloon is a great option to go do some country dancing, be it line dancing or partner dancing. With the relatively few good places in Nashville, no wonder Silverados is packed Friday and Saturday nights!

Speaking of dancing Silverados has line dance lessons at pm both nights it is open (Friday & Saturday). But there’s also partner dancing. The DJ will play appropriate country music and call both Two-Step dances as well as the Sweetheart Schottiche (a great favorite in any country dance hall).

There is a real authentic country saloon vibe at Silverados. The free beer from pm is a great thing to mention. Also there is $1 wine and for the ladies no cover charge ’til 9!

Cover Charge: (But there’s FREE beer!)
Ladies – No cover before
Hours of Operation: Friday and Saturday: pm – 3 am.
Line Dance Lessons: Friday and Saturday: pm

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8. Cahoots Dance Hall and Honky Tonk

At about 30 minutes east of Nashville to the east is the next country dance haven in Middle TN. Cahoots Dance Hall & Honky Tonk is another great place to find country dancing.

Just head out east on I and then north on the Then a right on Tennesse Blvd. and a right on highway and you’ll find Cahoots behind the Office Max.

Cahoots gets mixed reviews, but really compared to some of the tiny honky tonks in downtown Nashville, this is a great dance hall to come out to. It is big with plenty of seating. The dance floor big enough for those that want to dance. And, like Silverados they also offer free beer on Thursday’s from pm. But they go further with free wine also being served.

But on to the dancing: Friday nights are best for country line dancing. The DJ plays country music and you can line dance the whole night. Thursdays opens the bar to an 18+ crowd, so depending on what you’re looking for either be happy or be forewarned its a younger crowd.

Thurdays also mixes up the music more, starting off with some country, but giving over a lot of the night to top 40 hit radio club music. If you’re a die-hard country fan hit up Cahoots on the weekend.

One thing pretty cool about Cahoots is their live music. They bring in some pretty great live country acts. Some to note are The Hootz, Jon Wolfe and Mark Chestnut (of Bubba Shot The Jukebox, It’s A Little Too Late and Brother Jukebox).

Cover Charge:
Thursday: , Friday & Saturday (FREE beer pm!)
Hours of Operation:
Thursday pm – 1 am
Friday & Saturday pm – 3 am

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9. Whiskey Dix

At a little farther out and down to the south-east of Nashville is Whisky Dix Saloon. If you’re looking for a good line dancing place Whisky Dix is loved more than most of the options in Middle Tennessee!

There’s a great friendly community of dancers here. If you are new to line dancing and still learning, no worries! Regulars are very willing to help you out so you feel included. Also, it’s a little different, but the DJ is known for playing different songs for the same line dance, which can add some fun variety.

If you are not that much of a country fan there is a separate room where there’s a hip-hop dance floor.

Generally, the bar is full of very friendly people, including the servers. A fun relaxing vibe where you can bring friends, whether they dance or not. There’s live music played, cheap pool, free darts, and even free beer!

One thing to note is that some have reported some bad experiences with people around the bar, so be careful to always stay together and stay safe!

Line Dance Lessons: Offered between 7 & 9 pm
Cover Charge:
Ladies are free before 9 pm Friday and Saturday
Hours of Operation:
Thursday pm – 3 am
Friday & Saturday pm – 3 am

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Wild Country Dance Hall

To get to Wild Country Dance Hall, if you’re in the Nashville area, you’ll have to travel west about 30 miles on highway One thing to know about Wild Country Dance Hall is that it isn’t a honky tonk. Wild Country is truly just a dance hall. It is open just two nights a week (Thursday and Saturday). Saturday nights feature live music for the dancers.

Wild Country Dance Hall is available as a venue to rent for special events or parties. Its a great place for your big family reunion, a big birthday bash, special anniversary celebration or a wedding.

Thursday nights are the night to come to take some dance lessons. Becky Zook is a great teacher and gives both line dance lessons as well as partner dance lessons. The lessons are – and are

People really enjoy the large wood dance floor, (the biggest in the area) and the really talented musicians that play there Saturday nights. If you like these kinds of dance venues (non-bar), the next one is similar.

Dance Lessons: Offered between – pm
Cost for Lessons:
Hours of Operation:
Thursday pm – pm (Dance Lessons)
Saturday pm – 12 am (Live Bands)

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Wagon Wheel II Dance Hall

The Wagon Wheel II Dance Hall is about 42 miles southwest of Nashville out on highway The Dance Hall is behind the Tidwell Tires in the old 46 Auction Building.

The Wagon Wheel II Dance Hall, like the Wild Country Dance Hall, is also not a bar. It is a dance hall that welcomes all ages and is a great place for families in the community to come, gather, listen to some good live music, and dance. Since it is a family-friendly environment there is no alcohol or indoor smoking allowed.

The Wagon Wheel II is open 3 nights a week with Thursday night being Karaoke night. Friday and Saturday nights feature live music and dancing.

One thing to note is that previously there were some confederate flags displayed in the dance hall, but they have all been removed. There were mixed feelings and opinions, but in the end, it was what they wanted to do as a positive change going forward.

Cover Charge: (Children 10 yrs. old and under: )
Hours of Operation:
Thursday: 7 pm – 10 pm
Friday & Saturday: 7 pm – 11 pm

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The Electric Cowboy

The Electric Cowboy is a chain of 10 country bars with other locations in Texas, Arkansas, and Kansas. The Electric Cowboy has mixed reviews from people. Barely holds onto a 3-star average.

Generally, people aren’t too happy with the service, the fact that they allow smoking inside, so be aware that that may happen! Also, while there is a good mix of country music and radio hits, there are too many slow country songs played.

But you can be assured there is some line dancing going on here 5 nights a week. There are free line dance lessons on Wednesdays. Also, while there are mixed reviews, as one person said its actually okay when you realize you’re in Clarksville!

Line Dance Lessons: Wednesday
Cover Charge:
Wednesday: No
Thursday-Sundays: Yes (Ladies free on Thursday)
Hours of Operation:
Wednesday-Sunday pm – am

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Cowboys Dance Hall and Saloon

People really love to come and relax and unwind at Cowboy’s. It is open 4 nights a week. Its an all cash bar with 6 large screen TVs, billiards, inside smoking. And occasional live music.

At Cowboy’s its really about the Karaoke! People love it. There is a small dance floor and there is also line dancing beneath the crazy fun disco lighting.

Cover Charge:
Hours of Operation:
Wednesday-Saturday pm – am

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Mommas Country Dance Club

Whew! You made it to the end (or almost). Or you just popped down here with a click! Either way I’m glad you’re still reading! I’ve saved two of the best spots for country dancing ’til the end. Momma’s Country Dance Club, while, quite a ways out of Nashville at 51 miles to the south is a great place to listen to live music and be part of a great two-stepping & line dancing community.

Momma’s claims to have the biggest dance floor in middle Tennessee and the regulars know their dances and how to use it. Its a big club with a big stage to go with the big floor. Check out the great promotional video below. In the video you’ll see people doing among others the Power Jam line dance as well as the contra dance: Black Velvet. And if its the partner dancing (cha chas, two-step etc.), there’s a lot of that going on too!

Cash Only Bar
Hours of Operation:
Friday pm – am
Saturday pm – am

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Revolver Dance Hall & Saloon

Okay, now you are at the end! Here’ my last country dancing venue! This bar also has a big dance floor and if you live out east from Nashville here’s one of the options for you! Revolver Dance Hall & Saloon is about 79 miles east of Nashville out off I in Cookeville.

Revolver is a very hoping place in Cookeville, particularly during the school year. There is a bit of a younger crowd, but it depends on the night. Thursday night is College night, Saturday is Ladies night.

For dancing there’s times when both dance floors (yes, there’s 2!) are empty, but other nights where its packed. The DJs (Cliffy and Reed) will play both country music as well as some Rap. This is a place to do some line dancing and learn some dances.

Check out their Facebook and you’ll see some great videos they’ve posted of their virtual line dancing that took place while they were shut down during the Coronavirus pandemic. You’ll see them really enjoying the Tush Push in one among other really popular, fun line dances.

Cover Charge:
Friday – Saturday: (Ladies free on Saturday)
Hours of Operation:
Thursday – Saturday pm – am

There maybe more! Please explore Tennessee and find your place to go. That’s the main thing. Find a good spot and make new friends and do some country dancing!

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What about the Other Nashville Honky Tonks? Also Visit these

You may wonder about the many Broadway honky tonks that didn’t make this list! So, quickly here they are listed in their order as you walk south away from the river.

I’ve also added one extra very iconic honky tonk (The Bluebird Cafe) that is famous for the legendary country artists that got their start there and the haven that it continues to be for song-writers and yet to be discovered new musical talent. The Bluebird Cafe, like the 5-Spot was also featured often in the primetime ABC hit drama Nashville–how cool is that?  So, be sure to visit the Bluebird, but you’ll have to travel the farthest for it. It is located 9 miles south off of highway (Hillsboro Pike). Be careful, you might pass it right up with the little strip mall its in (see below).

Kid Rock’s Bad Ass Honky Tonk
• Luke Bryan’s 32 Bridge
• Jason Aldean’s Kitchen & Rooftop Bar
• Honky Tonk Central

Dierks Bentley’s Whisky Row
• Nudies Honky Tonk

Alan Jackson’s Good Time Bar
• Layla’s Honky Tonk
• The Second Fiddle
• Tootsies Orchid Lounge
• Legend’s Corner
• The Bluebird Cafe

These are the bars that are really tight and crowded and are really about the bands, the drinks, and food. Check them out for sure, they are a big deal and an important part of the whole Nashville experience. Many of these honky tonks are quintessential Nashville bars. Enjoy them, just don’t expect to see much two-stepping or line dancing. Not that you won’t be able to dance in these places, just know if there’s dancing its more of a tight sardine free-for-all!

And if you visit the Bluebird, be prepared to be anything but rowdy! Here it’s about the intimacy of listening to the heart of a new songwriter pouring out their soul in the open mic setting.

Broadway looking north toward the Cumberland river. So many great honky tonks, some with as many as 5 stories! Live music everywhere, just not much country dancing.

What about Parking to Visit the Broadway Honky Tonks?

If your local to the area or visiting and staying at a local hotel, navigating your way around downtown Nashville isn’t too tricky. There are many ticketed lots and parking garages if you’re driving. And, if bar-hopping by foot, there’s no lack of a consistent stream of taxis readily available on Broadway. There are taxis as well as many Uber and Lyft drivers within range. Getting around is the least of your worries. Focus on exploring! Get to as many spots as you can, meet new people, take in new music and of course, dance your ass off!

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All Ages and 18+ Guide

Did you get stuck with the impossible task of planning an outing for a group with a mix of ages, like a bachelorette party with one attendee under 21 or a group of beer-craving adults with kids in tow? From honky tonk bars to comedy clubs to music venues, this all ages and 18+ guide will help you navigate Nashville’s party scene to score maximum fun for all.

NOTE: During special events, especially CMA Fest, age restrictions may be enacted earlier. Please call ahead to confirm based on your specific date. Hours are subject to change.


SandBar is a fun place for kids, dogs, and adults. The all-outdoor patio bar has two sand volleyball courts, a list of creative cocktails (and fun virgin options for children), and plenty of space for kids to roam around. Koko&#;s Ice Cream is also next door. Be sure to bring sand toys! More information.

The Band Box

From April to August, First Horizon Park hosts Nashville’s minor league baseball team, The Sounds, and fans of all ages. The stadium’s right-field Band Box offers a variety of upscale food vendors plus games like corn hole, ping-pong, shuffleboard and more. More information. 

Bluebird Café

At this world-famous music venue, you have to be 21 to sit at the bar; otherwise, all ages are welcome. Keep in mind: The place is small, so the sound may be loud for babies and young children. More information.

City Winery

Under patrons at this all-ages music venue are welcome but asked not to sit at the bar. More information.

Fat Bottom Brewery

With a restaurant and bier garden, the new location of this local brewery was designed for groups of all ages. Dogs are welcome, too. More information.

Hard Rock Café

Nashville’s installment of this famous chain serves up live music in addition to a full menu. More information.

Listening Room Café

The new SoBro location has separated the music and food/bar into two rooms; there might be 21+ restrictions in the future, but for now it’s come one, come y’all. More information.


This is another Broadway option with live music and straightforward fare. Order a namesake marg minus the tequila if you’re under  More information.

Party Fowl

Leave the drinks to the 21+ crowd and the hottest level of chicken—called Poultrygeist—to the most daring eaters. More information.

Pinewood Social

At this casual hotspot, you can do it all: eat (breakfast, lunch, dinner), drink (coffee, booze) and play (bowling, bocce). The outdoor pool area is 21+. More information.

Puckett’s on Church

Live local music and classic Southern comfort food go hand in hand at Puckett’s downtown location. More information.

Rock Bottom Brewery

While out on Broadway, satisfy pretty much any craving here—wings, steak, burgers, tacos, pizza and more. More information.

The Row Kitchen & Pub

Come here for a Southern-inspired breakfast, brunch, lunch, dinner, or late-night snack. More information.

Suzy Wong’s House of Yum

Take your group to Suzy Wong’s for Drag’n Brunch, where you’ll get Asian-fusion cuisine along with live entertainment from the “Play Mates” of the neighboring Play Dance Bar. More information.

Famous Nashville

Get out of the hubbub on Lower Broadway and venture to Famous Nashville on 2nd Avenue. This place is spacious with incredible views of the Titans stadium and the Cumberland River. Famous is 21+ starting at pm. More information.

Acme Feed and Seed

This popular Broadway joint is part honky-tonk, part restaurant, part rooftop. Acme is 21+ on Fridays and Saturdays starting at pm. More information.

AJ&#;s Good Time Bar

Alan Jackson&#;s bar located in the oldest building on Broadway is 21+ after pm. More information.

BB King’s

All ages are welcome to party here until pm, when it switches over to 21+ on Friday and Saturday. More information.

Broadway Brewhouse (Downtown)

This Brewhouse location—there are a handful scattered across the Nashville area—is great for big groups and is 21+ starting at pm. More information.


The End’s sister property welcomes music fans who have hit their 18th birthday, but some concerts are 21+. More information.

FGL House

Florida Georgia Line’s spacious new live-music venue and restaurant is 21+ starting at pm (pm during major events). Little Red Corvette, the basement lounge, is 21+ all the time. More information.

Hi-Fi Clyde&#;s

This fun midtown spot is 21+ on Fridays and Saturdays starting at pm. Head here for some serious ping pong or shuffleboard. More information.

Honky Tonk Central

At this lively, towering honky-tonk on Broadway, the 21+ rule kicks in around pm. More information.

Jason Aldean&#;s Kitchen + Rooftop Bar

Jason Aldean&#;s spot on Lower Broadway is all ages until the clock hits pm. After that, it&#;s 21+. More information.


21+ here goes into effect at pm (before pm everyone under 21 must be accompanied by an adult). More information.

Luke&#;s 32 Bridge

Luke&#;s 32 Bridge, Luke Bryan&#;s bar and restaurant, is all ages until pm. On particularly crowded nights, 21+ starts at pm. More information.

Marathon Music Works

Most Marathon shows are all ages, but double-check the specific show you want to attend because occasionally they are 18+. The Lux Loft Experience is 21+ all the time. More information.

Mercy Lounge, Cannery Ballroom & The High Watt

Most shows at the Cannery Row complex are 18+, although a few every month are all ages and 21+ only. More information.


This casual neighborhood bar and restaurant currently has three Nashville locations, one in Melrose (21+ after pm), one in Sylvan Park (all ages at all times), and one in Capitol View (all ages at all times). This way for patios, burgers and craft beers.

Nudie’s Honky Tonk

“The Longest Bar in Nashville” is 21+ starting at pm. More information.

Ole Red

Blake Shelton&#;s &#;swanky tonk&#; bar on Lower Broadway is all ages until pm every night of the week. After pm it&#;s 21+. More information.

Pins Mechanical Co.

For arcade games, bowling, and bocce ball, check out Pins Mechanical Co.! It&#;s 21+ starting at pm. More information.

Rippy’s Bar & Grill

Rippy’s, which has a dining room, an area with flat screens, and a rooftop patio, is 21+ starting at pm. More information.

Robert&#;s Western World

Hit up this classic honky-tonk on Broadway for dancing and old-school country music. It’s 21+ starting at pm. More information.

Skull’s Rainbow Room

Located in the historic Printers Alley, Skull’s is 21+ starting at pm. It transforms into a burlesque venue every night, so it’s more suitable for bachelor/bachelorette groups than youngsters. More information.

The Stage

Cram your all-ages group into The Stage until the clock strikes pm, which is when it turns 21+. More information.

The Sutler

The upstairs restaurant/stage area are all ages at all times unless there is a special event. The bars downstairs are always 21+. More information.

Tequila Cowboy

For a rowdier Broadway experience, check out Tequila Cowboy—it’s 21+ starting at pm. More information.

Third and Lindsley

Shows here are generally all ages, but some shows are 18+ so be sure to check when you purchase your ticket. More information.

Tin Roof Broadway

Tin Roof’s Broadway location is 21+ starting at pm. More information.

Tin Roof Demonbreun

Tin Roof Demonbreun is 21+ starting at pm. For special events like concerts and fight nights, it’s 21+ all day—that’ll be noted in advance. More information.

Tootsies Orchid Lounge

One of Broadway&#;s most popular destinations, Tootsies, gets crowded early. If you&#;re under 21, you&#;ll have to check it out prior to pm. More information.

6th and Peabody

6th and Peabody is a joint space featuring Ole Smoky Distillery and Yee-Haw Brewing Company. This family-friendly establishment is all ages at all times. To participate in tastings guests must be 21+. More information 

Bearded Iris

This Germantown brewery and taproom is kid- and pet-friendly. Bring your own food for a little picnic. More information.

Black Abbey

All ages are welcome, though you must be 21+ to drink. More information.

East Nashville Beer Works

Bring the whole family to this small local brewery for delicious pints and pizzas. More information.

The George Jones

After touring the Ol’ Possum museum and grabbing a bite at the Smokehouse restaurant, take your family up to the rooftop for a view of Broadway below. More information.

The Station Inn

Minors can enjoy The Station Inn’s live bluegrass performances as long as they have an adult chaperone. More information.

Tailgate Beer

This brewery welcomes all ages but warns that children left unattended will be given “a puppy and an espresso.” More information.

Tennessee Brew Works

Bust out the board games or enjoy the live band at this popular brewery. Their food menu is also top-notch. More information. 


While the golf games are a focal point, this spot has a restaurant and bar, sundeck, and a live music venue. Anyone under under 18 after pm, must be supervised by someone 21+. More information.

Wildhorse Saloon

From Sunday through Thursday, Wildhorse is all ages (under 18 must be accompanied by an adult). On Fridays and Saturdays, it’s 21+ starting at pm. More information.

The East Room

Head to this East Nashville venue for rock music, comedy nights, dance parties and theater performances fit for the 18+ crowd. More information.

The End

Anyone 18+ can rock out at this classic dive club. More information.

Third Coast Comedy Club

Many shows here—the only Nashville club dedicated to all comedic art forms—contain adult content. If you have any concerns, reach out to the club directly. More information.

Play Dance Bar

This gay bar and dance club is the perfect answer for those who can’t get into the 21+ Tribe next door. More information.


This local comedy institution is 18+ for admittance and 21+ to drink. More information.

Did we leave off a fun bar or venue that allows the under 21 crowd? Let us know in the comments! 

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Her. And so it happened. The big man got up and began to unbutton his trousers.

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At Kolka's, he lives across the road, we'll shoot. Three friends got up from the benches. And a little over a month later, Sasha again met this girl, named Tanya. How it happened - the topic is not interesting - the main thing: it happened.

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Well, and at least you hammer it in the point. A friend always liked to express himself juicy and saying this, he smiled conspiratorially, as if telling about some secret. I have long been accustomed to his words, but he himself is always more restrained in emotions, although he was a little influenced by a friend.

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This was not the first time she was like this, due to her shyness, but usually there was soon a toilet nearby, and she managed to. Do her business without peeing in her pants. However, this morning she was already enduring more than usual, and they were already circling in order, and Patricia wanted to piss like never before. She said to herself: be patient, my dear, wait until we find ourselves in the toilet, do not hooligan here.

Another 20 minutes passed, and Patricia was still in the same position.

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