It's going to be a big rockin' time in Nashville next Wednesday (Nov. 23) as Kid Rock, one of country music's biggest ambassadors, will be turning Music City's Broadway into a party zone!
In conjunction with the singer's concert at the Ryman Auditorium, Tootsie's Orchid Lounge owner Steve Smith will be celebrating the famous club's 51st anniversary with an all-day event that will feature Kid Rock along with other performers.
"We couldn't be more happier that Kid Rock is working with us to make the Tootsie's Birthday Bash a 'rockin' good time for everyone in Nashville," said Smith. "Kid Rock is a part of Tootsie's history. It's going to be a memorable night."
The bash starts at noon in the streets of Broadway. Entertainment will be on both stages of Tootsie's, the roof top of Rippy's, with a possible stage in the street. After the Ryman show is over, the music will continue into the night.
Among the performers besides Kid Rock include the Kentucky Headhunters, the Roys, and the McClymonts. Tootsie's is one of the more famous clubs in Nashville. With it being located adjacent to the Ryman, it was the watering hole of choice for acts such as Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson, Patsy Cline, and Faron Young in the 1960s before and after their Grand Ole Opry performances.