New York City will officially get a taste of Nashville in the heart of its biggest attraction with the grand opening of the Opry City Stage in Times Square.
The iconic country music venue extended its roots out east to The Big Apple, making its mark with a retail store on the first floor, a two-story restaurant located on the second and third floors, a bar included within the eating area and a premier entertainment venue dubbed The Studio at Opry City Stage on the fourth floor.
Not only will the Manhattan location host its own live performances on both of its stages within the property, but a few select shows will be live-streamed within Opry City Stage all the way from Music City itself. Fans of country music visiting the East Coast metropolis will get their taste of the South simply by booking a table or enjoying a beer at the Opry-inspired venue.
Even the entrees and dishes served at Opry City Stage will feature Southern flavors influenced from Nashville’s developing food industry. Signature orders include a pimento cheese dip, a biscuit basket, Nashville hot chicken sandwich and the Honky Tonk, which comes with brisket, hush puppies mac & cheese and many other delicacies.
To celebrate the opening even more so, LOCASH will perform during a New Year’s Eve celebration hosted by the Opry City Stage. With all the commotion going down in Times Square, LOCASH will add a bit of country flair to the party with two shows taking place on New Year’s Eve.
Opry City Stage is open to all patrons at this time, and tickets for the New Year’s Eve concert featuring the country duo can be purchased now through the website.