Garth Brooks Announces Official Grand Opening Date For Nashville Bar

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Country music icon Garth Brooks has finally revealed the long-awaited grand opening date for his restaurant and bar the Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky Tonk, situated in the heart of downtown Nashville.

Garth Brooks Announces Grand-Opening Date For New Bar

Announcing the news on social media, Brooks extended an invitation to locals and visitors to join in on the exciting grand opening for Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky Tonk, set for March 7.

“The wait is over,” the official Instagram page for the bar wrote, “@FriendsBarNash will host its GRAND OPENING on March 7!! We can’t wait to open in the neon neighborhood!!!! Thank you MUSIC CITY!!!!”

This official grand opening event follows a soft opening on Black Friday last year, which offered a sneak peek into the bar’s first floor and a “dive bar” performance by Garth himself. The venue, named after his timeless 1990’s hit song “Friends in Low Places,” will capture the heart of Nashville’s friendly spirit and its love for country music tradition.

What Visitors Can Expect

Covering an impressive 54,715 square feet across four floors, the grand opening will unveil the complete space, including the  rooftop areas. Additionally, Brooks has made safety a top priority by incorporating a police substation attached to the venue in collaboration with the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department.

This unique approach within the space underscores his dedication to creating a secure environment for not only visitors of the Honky Tonk, but also creates additional safety measures for the community as a whole.

Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky Tonk will operate seven days a week, with extended hours when deemed necessary. The bar will welcome guests from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. CT on weekdays and from 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. on weekends.

Listen to Garth’s song that inspired the name for his Nashville bar below.