Luke Byran To Open Nashville Bar Next Week

Published On September 4, 2018 | By Cheryl Johnstone | Country Music News

Luke Bryan will celebrate the opening of his new downtown Nashville restaurant and bar, called Luke’s 32 Bridge Food + Drink, with a free concert in front of his establishment, located at 301 Broadway, on Monday, September 10th.

Couldn’t think of a better way to kick this place off than to have a big party right on the streets of Broadway with @JonLangston, @The_DJRock, and @ChelseaFieldHesler! See y’all on September 10 at @lukes32bridge.

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The concert will include Luke’s full setlist, and is part of the grand opening festivities for Luke’s 32 Bridge Food + Drink that has been open less than a month. Luke said,

“I’ve been looking forward to this for some time. 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 name of Luke’s establishment pays homage to a bridge in his Georgia hometown.

“The reason why we named it 32 Bridge is that 32 Bridge is the bridge that goes over the Flint River, and that’s just a special place for me and it tells my story. So, we wanted to do pictures, we wanted to do outdoor type scenes and we wanted to have the food and the drinks. And we wanted people to be able to come and go have a dining experience, go have a nightclub experience or just go have a honkytonk experience. So, we covered all aspects. When I have friends or family come into town and they go to the bar and they call me up and go, ‘Oh my God, it was packed. It was fun. People were having fun,’ it puts a smile on my face. And I tell all my family and all my friends and now my fans, if something isn’t right, if you’ve got a complaint, hit me up, let me know, and I’ll get it fixed. I want it to be an amazing experience for everybody that walks in the door.”

The last time Luke played a free event downtown Nashville was before game six of the Stanley Cup Playoffs in June 2017, which drew a crowd of some 60,000 people.

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