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New name, renderings released for Luke Combs bar

The multi-level venue by the country star and Opry Entertainment Group will open in the downtown space formerly home to Wildhorse Saloon.

An interior room with tables surrounding a stage and two bars on either side. The ceiling has an intricate swirled wood detail made to resemble the eye of a hurricane.

Here’s a look at the interior of The Eye.

Rendering via Opry Entertainment Group

We’ve caught wind that Luke Combs’ downtown bar is set to make landfall this summer as a Category 10.

Inspired by Combs’ chart-topping hit “Hurricane,” Category 10 will span 67,000 sqft and feature five entertainment concepts influenced by the artist’s music and interests:

  • The Honky-Tonk | Street-level honky tonk with live music
  • The Main Stage | Stage and dance floor for ticketed events, line-dance lessons, and more
  • The Sports Bar | Major sports playing year-round
  • The Still | Wide selection of bourbon and performances by singer-songwriters
  • The Eye | 7,000-sqft rooftop facing the Cumberland River and Nissan Stadium

The venue is expected to open in phases at 120 2nd Ave. N. — the former Wildhorse Saloon space. For now, let’s swipe through more views of the space.

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