Memphis-born music superstar Justin Timberlake is the latest celebrity involved with a downtown Nashville business venture. Described as a multi-faceted venue "unlike anything else in Nashville," the bar will be located at Fifth + Broadway.
The Twelve Thirty Club, backed by Timberlake and created by Sam Fox, a 12-time James Beard Award Nominee and Founder of Fox Restaurant Concepts, will feature a supper club, bar, restaurant, live music and more.
FOX 17 Nashville reports that Timberlake, who helped created the Pilgrimage Music Festival in Leipers Fork, Tennessee, will curate the music for the venue.
Located across from the Bridgestone Arena, the venue boasts an "elevated vibe, featuring live music seven nights a week" and includes an Honorary Member Cocktail Lounge, Supper Club and rooftop.
The venue was designed by New York-based architecture and design company AVRO| KO.
The Twelve Thirty Club is set to open on April 14 and is holding a job fair onsite daily until March 27.
Recently, Miranda Lambert announced plans to open her own venue in downtown Broadway. According to the Nashville Business Journal, Lambert's bar and restaurant will be called Miranda Lambert's Casa Rosa and will be located at 308 Broadway. The venue will be part of the TC Restaurant Group, which includes Jason Aldean's Kitchen and Rooftop Bar, Luke Bryan's Luke's 32 Bridge Food + Drink, Florida Georgia Line's FGL House, Tequila Cowboy, Wanna B's Karaoke Bar, Luigi's City Pizza, Sun Diner, and It's a Nashville Thing, Y'all Gift Shop.
Timbelake famously shared the stage with Chris Stapleton for a performance of "Tennessee Whiskey" and "Drink You Away" at the 2015 CMA Awards. Timberlake and Stapleton also collaborated on "Say Something," from Timberlake's album Man of the Woods.
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