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  • The Mall at Green Hills

    Immerse yourself in this spirited shopping atmosphere, where more than 100 specialty stores and eateries offer uncompromising quality and a compelling commitment to delivering the exceptional.

  • The Peanut Shop

    The Peanut Shop was once the home to Planters Peanuts. Our Nashville nuthouse was one of 2,000 stores Planters had across the country. In 1960 Planters did away with their retail stores and that is how The Peanut Shop came to be. Currently, our shop is one of only four read more

  • Nashville Flea Market

    Just south of downtown Nashville, you’ll find more than 1300 booths full of new and used merchandise each month at the Nashville Flea Market. The flea market takes place at the Nashville Expo Center at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds.

  • Mercy Lounge

    The cozy little club on Cannery Row has been both locally-favored and nationally-renowned, showcasing the best in burgeoning buzz-bands and renowned national talents. The club maintains its relevance by consistently offering reliable atmosphere and entertainment.

  • Ryman Auditorium

    The beauty of a well-seasoned performance hall cannot be reproduced. The Ryman’s acoustics are among the finest in the world. Today, the Ryman remains true to its diverse entertainment legacy, hosting Nashville concerts of all genres by a new generation of entertainers for a new generation of audiences.

  • The 5 Spot

    The 5 Spot is East Nashville’s premier live music venue and hangout, serving snacks and a full bar in a relaxed environment. The 5 Spot hosts live bands and weekly dance parties.

  • The Station Inn

    The Station Inn… Bluegrass and Roots Music’s premiere listening room. You’ll find the best of it at the Station Inn and you won’t want to miss a note.

  • First Tennessee Park

    First Tennessee Park opened its doors on April 17, 2015 to a sellout crowd of 10,459 fans to cheer on the Nashville Sounds in the opener to the team’s 38th season. With 19 sellouts in 71 openings, the first season welcomed a total of 565,548 fans to the park, which read more

  • Greer Stadium

    Herschel Greer Stadium opened in 1978 and hosted its first game on April 26, 1978 when the Nashville Sounds faced the Savannah Braves in a 12-4 victory. The 10,300-capacity stadium covers approximately 2.3 acres, while the entire site sits on 26.1 acres. Greer houses 18 luxury skyboxes, which are available read more


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