Station Inn

Station Inn

Food/Drink - Landmark/Historical - Music


 (615) 255-3307

 402 12th Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37203

The Station Inn is a music listening room in The Gulch area of Nashville. Here you can find the world’s best bluegrass, classic country, Americana and roots music seven nights a week. All are welcome, every day. Good food. Great music. All Nashville.

The Station Inn is a live music venue in the heart of Nashville. For more than 40 years, The Station Inn has brought great bluegrass, roots and Americana music to millions of fans across the globe. Many of the world’s most successful musicians have played at The Station Inn, including Bill Monroe, JT Gray, Alan Jackson, Dierks Bentley, Vince Gill, Alison Krauss and John Prine. The venue has been around for a long time, and plans to be around for many generations, with a goal to bring great music and great fun to Nashville and the rest of the world.

No advance tickets. Cover charge. Admission age 21 and over unless with parent or guardian. Beer and wine coolers available. Door open at 7 most nights. Music begins at 9 most nights.


Our Response to COVID-19 :

June 15, 2020

We are thrilled to announce the partial reopening of live music at The Station Inn. Many of you have been waiting for this for months. We can’t wait to have you back. The city is allowing The Station Inn to open with up to 50% capacity with social distancing measures in place. Because of the layout of the club, we will have 10 tables available, each for parties up to 8, to come in and enjoy the music. Our first live show (we’re so excited to be talking with you about this) will be Thursday, June 18 with Jed Clark, and continues Friday with Sheriff Scott & The Deputies. Through June, showtime will be 8pm and we will resume 9pm shows in July. Tickets for these nights will be $15 at the door, first come first served, as usual.


If you can’t make it to the club, we will continue broadcasting live online to Station Inn TV and Facebook, with a suggested ticket donation of the door for the band. We hope, either way, you will join us, as we celebrate the coming end of this pandemic and the return to normal life.