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Entertainment Districts in Tennessee
Whether you want to catch some live music or get some shopping done, head to some of the premier entertainment districts in Tennessee for exciting events and experiences.
Set on the Cumberland River, Opry Mills is a shopping and entertainment district found in the northeastern Nashville metro area. Known as a super-regional shopping mall, the Mills features over 200 stores.
Offering 1,200,000 square feet of retail space – plus restaurants, cafes, coffee shops, and dessert stops – Opry Mills is located on the former site of Opryland USA. Open in 2,000, Opry Mills is a must for those looking to get some shopping done in Nashville.
Sevierville Commercial District
Surrounding the historic Sevier County Courthouse, the Sevierville Commercial District is set in the eastern Tennessee town of Sevierville. Encompassing Bruce Street, Commerce Street, and Court Avenue, the Sevierville Commercial District was established in 1900 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Also known simply as Historic Sevierville or the Sevierville Commercial Historic District, the area features boutiques, restaurants, and local businesses.
Developed in 1841, Beale Street is located in downtown Memphis, Tennessee – set from the Mississippi River to East Street.
A popular tourist area, Beale is home to boutique shops, great restaurants, and blues clubs. Just under two miles long, Beale Street hosts many events throughout the year, including the Beale Street Music Festival and the month-long Memphis in May.
The Church Park Auditorium, located in Church Park at the corner of 4th and Beale, hosts a variety of events – even Franklin D. Roosevelt and Woodrow Wilson are included in the list of speakers.
Visit the "Home of the Blues" for great spots like B.B. King Blues Club, Beale St. Tap Room, Silky O Sullivan's, Miss Polly's Soul City Café, and the Rum Boogie Café.