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September 25, 2022

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Dine-in Cinema, Entertainment Venue Coming to Nashville Yards

Plans for the venue include a 12-screen dine-in cinema, eight lanes of bowling, a scratch kitchen and virtual reality gaming attractions.

Southwest Value Partners and AEG have announced an agreement with EVO Entertainment Group® to open a more than 48,000 square-foot experiential cinema and entertainment destination at Nashville Yards.

Slated to open in late 2024, plans for EVO Entertainment Nashville Yards include a 12-screen luxury dine-in cinema, eight lanes of bowling, a scratch kitchen & bar, private event spaces and state-of-the-art gaming attractions, gravity ropes and advanced virtual reality experiences.

“There is no cinema experience like EVO’s in this part of the country and we’re thrilled to bring their elevated entertainment offerings to Nashville Yards,” says Southwest Value Partners managing partner Cary Mack.

In addition. the development will feature an up to 4,500-capacity live music venue and a curated collection of food, beverage, entertainment and shopping offerings. The venue will occupy an entire floor of the 420,000-square-foot creative office building centrally located in Nashville Yards.

“Along with our music venue and other planned entertainment offerings, EVO Entertainment Nashville Yards will create a unique sense of place for nearby workers, residents and visitors to enjoy truly memorable shared experiences,” said AEG’s executive vice president, real estate development Ted Tanner.

Another unique feature of the venue will be private event spaces featuring screening rooms, providing an ideal setting for corporate events or private parties. A scratch kitchen and bar will serve both the private event spaces and guests at a full-service, dine-in restaurant and cocktail bar overlooking the plaza.

For more information, visit nashvilleyards.com.

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Michael Aldrich

Michael Aldrich is Nashville Parent's Managing and Entertainment Editor and a Middle Tennessee arts writer. He and his wife, Alison, are the proud parents of 3-year-old Ezra.