Bon Jovi To Open ‘JBJ’s Nashville’ Bar On Lower Broadway
If you love Bon Jovi and enjoy visiting Nashville then you’re in luck. It was announced today (2/7) that Bon Jovi is set to open a Honky Tonk called “JBJ’s Nashville” this spring on Lower Broadway.
Bon Jovi has partnered with the Nashville-based company, Big Plan Holdings, which acquired the 36,767 sq. ft bar, restaurant, and entertainment venue at the top of the year. JBJ’s Nashville will have two fifth-story outdoor rooftop decks and entrances on both Broadway and 4th Avenue.
An opening date for JBJ’s Nashville has yet to be announced, however, a video clip was shared to Instagram captioned, “A legend is coming to Broadway. @jonbonjovi and @bonjovi in Music City. Stay tuned… #JBJNash.”
The JBJ’s Nashville website states the following on the new five-story venue, “Discover a state-of-the-art fusion of rock ‘n’ roll and country at JBJ’s Nashville – a ground breaking venue brought to Nashville by the legendary Jon Bon Jovi and BPH Hospitality.”
“We’re looking forward to having a place in Nashville that we call home. When Big Plan Holdings and the team of Josh and Tara Joseph asked us if we were interested, it wasn’t because we were just another rock band, it was because we are a band with deep roots in Nashville. We have had wonderful times in Nashville recording several albums and working with some of the finest people in all the music business. I can’t wait to toast all of Broadway and get to know our neighbors!” said Jon Bon Jovi in a press statement.
The news of JBJ’s Nashville follows the MusiCares Person of the Year gala in Los Angeles earlier this month which honored Jon Bon Jovi. He posted a series of photos on social media with those in attendance including his band, Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, Jelly Roll, and more.
To top it off, Bon Jovi recently unveiled Backstage With Bon Jovi, which was two years in the making and celebrates their “incredible 40-year journey.” It features images, artifacts, audio, video, and much more while fans get to “explore the legacy of Bon Jovi.”
Bon Jovi joins fellow musicians and celebrities with Honky Tonks on Lower Broadway including Garth Brooks, Blake Shelton, Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Miranda Lambert, Kid Rock, and Dierks Bentley, among others.
Click here for more information on JBJ’s Nasvhille.
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