Located on the revered “Rock Block” of Elliston Place, The End is Nashville’s premier small-capacity Rock N Roll dive bar. They have played host to several of the world’s finest and most raucous bands over quite a long time and still provide a small club experience like nowhere else you’ll find.
2219 Elliston Place has hosted a laundry list of band names that provide a tangible energy upon entering the space. An all-too-brief list of bands who have shared their sweat and blood on the stage of Elliston Square and The End includes names such as The Flaming Lips, Minor Threat, The White Stripes, REM, Fugazi, Sleater-Kinney, Mike Watt, Yo La Tengo, Against Me!, Shellac, The Kills, Black Lips, Deer Hoof, 7 Seconds, Silver Jews, Mastodon, Drive-By Truckers, Screaming Trees, Pere Ubu, The Black Crowes, Of Montreal, Sleigh Bells, JEFF the Brotherhood, Diarrhea Planet, Ty Segall, Jay Reatard, and thousands more.
Today The End still exists to provide a type of show you simply cannot experience in any other environment. As a host to several institutional local and regional acts, The End continues to be a prominent stepping stone into the future for so many. Whether it be a sweaty and beer-fueled party with a couple hundred friends screaming in unison or an intimate and resonant writer’s round or a showcase of up-and-coming hip hop, The End quite literally does it all. A true staple of Nashville and of Rock and Roll.
Effective August 16, 2021.
The End will require proof of COVID-19 vaccination OR a negative Covid-19 test within 72 hours prior to entry. Photo/electronic proof is acceptable and name must match ID. This will be required for entry for all artists, crew, and guests. Masks are not required but are strongly recommended while inside the venue.
Source: Official Website