The singer will take over the street directly in front of the eatery to raise a toast with fans and treat them to a little live music.
Country superstar Luke Bryan is giving fans an extra reason to help him celebrate the launch of his new Nashville, Tennessee bar by hosting a free concert.
The Play It Again hitmaker began welcoming customers into Luke’s 32 Bridge Food + Drink in late July, but now he’s announced plans to stage a grand opening with a special show on 10 September.
The singer will take over the street directly in front of the eatery to raise a toast with fans and treat them to a little live music, according to The Tennessean.
“I’ve been looking forward to this for some time,” Luke says. “Couldn’t think of a better way to kick this place off than to have a big party right on the streets of Broadway.”
The massive new venue boasts six levels, encompassing a traditional American eatery and a rooftop sushi spot, eight bars, and four stages, and is named after the Route 32 Bridge in the 42-year-old star’s native Georgia.
Bryan is the latest country musician to add Nashville bar owner to his resume – Blake Shelton opened Ole Red in June, the same month Jason Aldean’s Kitchen + Rooftop Bar launched, while Florida Georgia Line invited fans to their FGL House in the city last summer (17), and Dierks Bentley has turned his Whiskey Row hotspot into a chain, opening one in the country music mecca earlier this year.