Garth Brooks’ Bar Celebrates Grand Opening With GMA Live Broadcast

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Garth Brooks’ downtown Nashville honky tonk, Friends In Low Places, is officially open!

The newest celebrity-owned venue along Nashville’s famous Broadway celebrated its grand opening yesterday (March 7). Friends In Low Places Bar & Honky Tonk is the latest endeavor of country music icon Garth Brooks to put his stamp on Nashville’s “Neon Neighborhood.”

The massive space encompasses 54,715 square feet across four floors and includes multiple bar areas, various stages, a retail store, rooftop deck, and a private club level. Named after Garth’s timeless hit song “Friends in Low Places,” it aims to capture the heart of Nashville’s friendly spirit and its love for country music tradition.


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Good Morning America celebrated the grand opening of Friend In Low Places with a broadcast live on location

Emmy-winning morning new program Good Morning America paid a visit to the brand new honky tonk where anchor Robin Roberts partnered with Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood to host a live broadcast.

Garth and Trisha took Robin (and the live viewers) for a tour of all the spaces that Friends In Low Places has to offer. They spent some time in Trisha’s Kitchen located in the third floor VIP and private event space.

During the broadcast, Robin sampled some of the Friends In Low Places menu items which were inspired by Trisha’s own recipes. They tasted Trisha’s famous collard green wontons, chicken tenders and fries, skillet cheese cornbread, Nashville hot chicken chili, and more.

Garth Brooks sits down wit Robin Roberts to talk about the inspiration behind the bar and the type of experience he hopes to create. Watch it below! 

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.