Kid Rocks Honky Tonk & Rock N Roll Steakhouse Featuring Local Artists Nightly

The infamous Kid Rocks Kick Ass Honky Tonk & Rock ‘n’ Roll Steakhouse is one of Nashville’s largest new honky-tonks. Located on the corner of Broadway and 3rd Ave. it has six bars, five floors, four stages, and will accommodate close to two thousand people.

The first floor and mezzanine overlook a generous two-story main stage with rocking new shows daily. The fifth floor located on the sky-high rooftop will take your breath away with the lights and sounds of downtown Nashville.

Located at 221 Broadway in Nashville Kid Rocks Steakhouse welcomes visitors from 11 am to 3 am daily and is filled with music from top to bottom, you’re sure to find something to your liking.

Local artists perform daily and shows rotate every four hours to keep the music fresh and exciting for visitors from around the country and locally. Native to Hendersonville TN, touring artist The Geneva Band perform regularly every Wednesday night from 6 pm to 10 pm. Performers vary each night but all are sure to be super talented.

Nearby parking is available at the Carter Lot at 203 Broadway, just 166 feet east of the building, Tillman Lot located at 109 2nd Ave N. and Holt Lot located at 315 Broadway just to the southwest. There are three more parking garages available, all with a two-block radius.

If you have finished your dinner at Kid Rocks place you can take a stroll through downtown and see the famous Tootsies Lounge, Ernest Tubb Record Shop, and the Johnny Cash Museum, just to name a few.

There’s always something magical happening in downtown Nashville. Check out the website for information on fun, food, and fanfare.

https://www.kidrockshonkytonkandsteakhouse.com/

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