Topgolf Submits Music Venue Request For Nashville Location

Rendering of Topgolf Nashville. Used by permission.

Rendering of Topgolf Nashville. Used by permission.

A 7,900-square-foot concert space is expected to be part of Nashville’s new location of Topgolf. The golf-themed entertainment complex is scheduled to open in early 2017 at the intersection of Cowan and Jefferson streets.

The corporation submitted plans this week to add the venue to the complex, which already encompasses 65,000 square feet. Nick Cua is a consultant for the Topgolf Live concert space.

Rendering of Topgolf Nashville. Used by permission.

Rendering of Topgolf Nashville. Used by permission.

According to Topgolf Director of Corporate Communications Adrienne Chance, Topgolf Live’s capacity on the standing room only music floor would be 500 people. The capacity for the VIP lounge will 52 people, with 49 on the VIP rooftop terrace. The venue would include a VIP mezzanine level with two large glass overhead doors that open to an outside terrace, as well as a green room, coat check and box office area. Ticket procedures have not yet been determined.

The Lower Lounge of the main Topgolf venue is typically used as a gaming area in other locations. In Nashville, this would be converted to an additional bar that is connected to Topgolf Live. The Nashville venue will have an upscale industrial appearance.

Rendering of Topgolf in Nashville. Used by permission

Rendering of Topgolf Nashville. Used by permission.

“Music has always been central to the Topgolf experience, and we can’t think of a better place to build a concert venue than in Music City. We are looking forward to hosting all types of artists and have worked with Nick Cua … and Aria Group Architects to create a best-in-class concert destination with an intimate ambiance for performances,” Chance said in a statement.

Plans for the Nashville location were announced in January. Topgolf has already broken ground on the 22.7 acre site and also has locations in Arizona, Georgia, Florida, Texas, Oklahoma, and more.

Rendering of Topgolf Nashville. Used by permission

Rendering of Topgolf Nashville. Used by permission.

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