29 June, 2022Print
Brooklyn Bowl Nashville Celebrates 1 Year in Music City
On Saturday, June 25th, “Best New Concert Venue” (Pollstar Awards) Brooklyn Bowl Nashville celebrated one year since first opening its doors to the public in 2021. Since then, the venue has been host to countless sold-out shows and special moments as it welcomed Nashville back to live music.
The Tennessean says Brooklyn Bowl Nashville was “key” to Nashville’s emergence as a top-10 stop for musical acts post-pandemic, here: tennessean.com/story/entertainment/2022/06/24/nashvilles-brooklyn-bowl-turns-1-evolves-live-event-experiences/7688590001
See Brooklyn Bowl Nashville’s highlights from the past year, here: instagram.com/p/CfSKuqGOBBp
The weekend festivities included a sold-out show from contemporary pop artist LÉON on Friday (6.24) and a Pride-themed dance party with QDP on Saturday (6.25), where ticket holders were treated to food and drink specials and free bowling on both nights.
Recently featured in The New York Times’ Nashville Visitors Guide, Brooklyn Bowl Nashville has brought a new flavor of revelry to Music City with bowling lanes, family-friendly Rock and Roll Playhouse events, a restaurant with a prize-worthy fried chicken plate, a spacious patio overlooking the Nashville Sounds’ home plate, and an eclectic lineup of must-see shows that include Phil Lesh, Leon Bridges, Kip Moore, Stephen Marley, Khruangbin, Lauren Alaina, Ingrid Andress and many others. Earlier in 2022, concertgoers were surprised with an appearance from Jimmy Fallon during a Grateful Dead tribute show.
Fans can expect to see performances from Arlo McKinley, Circle Jerks, Pinegrove, Faye Webster and more. For a full list of upcoming shows, visit brooklynbowl.com/nashville/shows/all