Nashville’s Cannery Hall has officially reopened after extensive renovations. Located off of 8th Avenue South near the Gulch, the venue aims to be an artist- and fan-friendly, welcoming venue in Music City.
The venue space is a 141 year old building that has been completely restored and renovated to become a three stage concert venue. The Row One room will welcome a capacity of 300 people, The Mil can hold up to 625 and the largest stage, The Mainstage, will accommodate 1,275. On the top floor of the venue will be the Amaranth, a special events space that can hold up to 380 people.
“Every choice we made in the restoration and modernization of Cannery Hall was to create the best show possible for music lovers and artists. We built brand-new systems from scratch, while simultaneously redesigning the spaces. Our architects, and interior designers Smallwood in Atlanta and the some of the best audio-visual engineers in the world collaborated to create a spectacular show,” says Brent Hyams, General Manager of Cannery Hall.
The renovating of the venue included a multi-million dollar lighting and sound system, and each stage has its own custom system. Some features of the new system include speakers that move horizontally and vertically for real-time sound dispersion, a large video wall and air motion speakers.
The box office is already open, with shows beginning as early as Jan. 24. A grand opening celebration is being planned for the spring.
Upcoming Shows at Cannery Hall:
January 24 – SunSquabi on Row One Stage
January 26 – Walker & Royce on Mainstage
January 31 – Chance Peña on Row One Stage – SOLD OUT
February 3 – Western Dreamland, A County & Disco Party on Row One Stage
February 10 – Table B with support from Blurrd Vzn and Gunpoint at The Mil
February 16 – Airshow on Row One Stage
February 17 – Lilly Hiatt on Row One Stage
February 28 – Atlus on Row One Stage
February 29 – The Foxies with special Guest Flight Attendant on Row One Stage
March 1 – Black Joe Lewis and The Honeybears with Shane Guerrete on Row One Stage
March 2 – The Taylor Party: The TS Dance Party at The Mil
March 10 – Logan Halstead with support from Willy Tea Taylor on Row One Stage
March 22 – Johnny Simson on Row One Stage
April 2 – Dirty Loops on the Mainstage
April 17 – Jonah Kagen on Row One Stage
April 18 – Bailen on Row One Stage
April 20 – Jantsen with support from Lumasi, Raaket, Wiley and Waweezy
April 28 – Upon A Burning Body with support from The Browning, VCTMS, and Hollow Front at The Mil
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