Luke Bryan's downtown Nashville restaurant, bar and venue, Luke's 32 Bridge Food + Drink, has been open for about a month for a "sneak peek." In order to celebrate and mark its official grand opening, Bryan plans on throwing a free concert at 301 Broadway on September 10, right in front of the new business.
"I've been looking forward to this for some time. Couldn't think of a better way to kick this place off than to have a big party right on the streets of Broadway!" Bryan exclaimed, delighted to introduce Luke's 32 Bridge to locals and tourists alike.
The Tennessean remarks that the last time Bryan threw a big, free party in the streets of downtown Nashville was back in June 2017 to commemorate game six of the Stanley Cup. Over 60,000 people showed up for the event. In other words, if you want to catch this fun show, be prepared for a huge crowd of excited country music fans.
Luke's 32 Bridge features six levels of entertainment including eight bars, four stages, two restaurants across 30K square feet. Signature cocktails include the Backstage, a vodka and grapefruit concoction, the Play It Again, a Southern peach cooler, and their take on a cocktail classic, Luke's Old Fashioned. When it comes to the food, Bryan has eclectic tastes covered with a standard Southern and American cuisine served downstairs and Luke's Sushi Bar featuring sushi bowls and rolls up on the rooftop.
Bryan's upcoming free event takes place on Monday and officially kicks off at 6:30 p.m., including special appearances by Jon Langston, Chelsea Field and DJ Rock. Fans can park at Nissan Stadium to catch Bryan's set outside of his new restaurant/bar. Find more information and keep an eye out for updates on Luke's 32 website.
In addition to opening his new Broadway business, Bryan is also performing on his What Makes You Country tour with Farm Tour dates mixed in, so even if you can't make it to his Nashville party, you can probably find Bryan out on the road.
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