Rumored Opening Date For Garth Brooks’ New Bar Revealed
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When Is Garth Brooks’ Friends In Low Places Bar Opening?
Some time ago, country music superstar Garth Brooks announced he’s opening a bar on Lower Broadway in Nashville. The bar is appropriately named the Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky-Tonk after Brooks’ hit song of the same title.
In April 2022, Brooks told CMT:
“It’s a classic honky-tonk. It’s what I grew up in. It’s a bar along one wall, a bar along the other wall, and the rest is just space to dance or whatever you want to do.”
Brooks also detailed his vision for the bar, which he wants to be “the Chick-fil-A of honky-tonks.”
“The main thing people care about when they go into a bar is the people. My main push, from day one, is that they are sweet people. They are nice people. It’s a house of love and a house you are safe in.”
He continued, “I’m hoping that right when you walk in, it’s a ‘love everybody’ stated right there,” he continued. “That’s what it’s about, right? So, I want a place that’s just safe. That feels good.”
Learn More About Garth’s New Bar & When It May Open
The one question fans keep asking about the Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky-Tonk is…when is it going to open?
Back in June 2022, Brooks teased the bar’s pending opening by sharing an image of its logo on social media. The image also had the words “Coming Soon” on it.
Brooks said, “You made the song what it is… now let’s make the BAR what it can be!”
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Now, we may finally have a more concrete answer as to when the Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky-Tonk is opening.
YourCentralValley.com published a report on Tuesday (September 19) about Brooks’ bar. According to the publication, the bar’s rumored opening date is November 24, the day after Thanksgiving. Their report reads:
“Brooks is expected to open the club with a concert Nov. 24 but nothing official has been announced.“
The publication also reported on how Brooks is moving his famous bronze statue from Buck Owens’ Crystal Palace in Bakersfield.
Brooks proposed to his now-wife Trisha Yearwood during the ceremony when the statue was unveiled in 2005. Now, the statue will greet guests who come to the Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky-Tonk.
Stay tuned for any further details to see if Brooks’ bar truly does open on November 24!