Innovative Meeting Space: Music City Green Room

Author: Casey Gale       

Songwriter Tim Nichols performs for a crowd in the Music City Green Room.

The Music City Green Room, on the first floor of Music City Center, offers a distinctly Nashville environment where attendees can relax and recharge. In additiion to offering the usual break-area comforts  — ample seating, phone-charging stations, snacks, and beverages — the space also offers a true green-room experience fit for a rock star.

Attendees who imbibed a bit too much the night before can pick up an energy shot and some pain-relief products at the Green Room’s Hangover Hospital, while those looking to keep the party going can enjoy a Bloody Mary and pose for a photo op with a print-out guitar. Looking to take home an authentic piece of Nashville? Local designers are on hand displaying their latest creations, from accessories to footwear. 

And it wouldn’t be a Music City Green Room without live music. Nashville artists will be performing in the Green Room at select times throughout the event. Attendees interested in a mini concert can pop in on Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. to hear Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee Tony Arata, and from 3 p.m. to 3:45 p.m. to check out Grammy Award–winning songwriter Brett James.