The World-Famous Wildhorse Saloon Redefines Entertainment in Music City

Having fun in downtown Nashville, Tennessee, is at its best at the World-Famous Wildhorse Saloon, a mecca of truly rockin’ entertainment in the nation’s Music City. From line dancing and billiards to live concerts from some of music’s greatest artists, the Wildhorse has made legendary entertainment options.

"The Wildhorse Saloon is known for offering some of the best—and most fun—entertainment in Nashville," said Ron Kerere, general manager of the Wildhorse Saloon. "Our complimentary line dancing lessons is one of our most popular and visible features, and with some awesome music playing every night, who can stay in their seats? A night out at the Wildhorse is a truly memorable experience."

Line dancing lessons are offered nightly at the venue. Energetic, dynamic performers get the crowd onto the largest dance floor in town and teach the latest dance moves. The dance instructors entertain guests with their enthusiasm. When set to music everyone—participants and spectators alike—have a great time.

For all the wannabe pool sharks, getting your game on at the Wildhorse offers you the chance to play as much as you want and is easy on the wallet. A billiards room on the third floor offers eight Olhausen pool tables and plush, upscale billiards chairs, while two tables have also been added to the second floor. Play is complimentary for all guests.

The Wildhorse Saloon also offers the best in catering for events of any size—either on-site or off. Each customer receives a team of professional event consultants to make the special event uniquely spectacular. For breakfast, lunch or dinner, the Wildhorse team creates themed menus, custom decorations and can arrange for great entertainment, including private dance lessons—all according to any budget.

Since opening in 1994, the Wildhorse has played host to top performers in all genres, including Alan Jackson, Foreigner, Bret Michaels, Sugarland, Ringo Starr, Rick Springfield and Craig Morgan. And a rotation of house bands rocks the house every night. With all the great music and food offered, the venue attracts more than 1.5 million music fans each year.

The Wildhorse Saloon turned a three-level historic warehouse into a 66,000 square foot entertainment destination. It is simultaneously a restaurant, offering the best in "Southern smokehouse cuisine," bar, concert site and dance venue. The Wildhorse has received several

awards, including a two-time designation as the Academy of Country Music’s "Nightclub of the Year," the Nashville Scene’s "Best Country Western Club," the Tennessean’s "Best Bartender" and a second place award in the 2007 National Pork Competition.

For more information on the Wildhorse Saloon, please call 615-902-8211 or visit www.wildhorsesaloon.com.


The Wildhorse® Saloon turned a three-level historic warehouse into a 66,000 square foot live music and dance destination. The Wildhorse is simultaneously a restaurant, bar, concert site and dance venue. Annually, more than 1.5 million music fans stampede to the Wildhorse to have a great meal, catch the hottest concerts and learn the newest dance steps. Over the course of a normal year, the Wildhorse uses around 3,000 gallons of barbecue sauce and about two million pickle slices in its famous fried pickle recipe. Nearly 50,000 T-shirts have been sold have sold in the gift shop, and more than 10 million bottles of beer have been consumed in the restaurant. The Wildhorse has been involved in more than 4,000 television shows and tapings. The Wildhorse is the largest per capita restaurant in all of Tennessee and also has the largest television screen in Music City, not to mention the largest dance floor. The Wildhorse Saloon is owned by Gaylord Entertainment (NYSE: GET), a leading hospitality and entertainment company based in Nashville, Tenn. For more information, visit www.WildhorseSaloon.com.