Live Music Lives in Maury County
Maury County, Tennessee is home to a thriving live music scene. From Columbia to Spring Hill, Hampshire, and Mount Pleasant, each community has unique and intimate live music venues.
Here is a list of great venues for you to visit across the Maury County Community.
Nestled just 40 minutes South of Nashville is Columbia, TN. Not only is it the ancestral home to America's 11th President, James K. Polk, Columbia was once the mule-trading capital of the world -- earning it the nickname, Muletown.
The Mulehouse is being built next door to the Polk home, Presidential Museum & Library. The complex was a First Baptist Church that began in the late 1800's. The renovation is being built without excuse.
Clair Solutions (Radio City Music Hall, The Ryman, Blake Shelton's Ole Red, The Franklin Theater, to name a few) is being charged with designing and constructing the first ever music/concert venue with the streaming component as a primary focus.
Blair Garner will serve as the host of our Headliner, Icon, and Fan's choice series. The idea is an on-stage interview and performance: Imagine "Inside the Actor's Studio" mixed with "Austin City Limits". Blair's recognition for interviews has resulted in three Academy of Country Music awards, a Marconi Nomination, Three CMA Awards, and 11 Billboard Broadcast awards for National Radio Personality/Show of the year. He has also been inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame, and the Country Radio Hall of Fame.
Hardison Mill Homestead Hall
Rory Feek is a world-class storyteller, musician, filmmaker, and New York Times best-selling author. As a musical artist, Rory is one-half of the Grammy-award-winning duo, Joey+Rory. He and his wife, Joey, toured the world and sold nearly a million records, before her untimely passing in March 2016.
Rory has since developed the Homestead Hall on the Hardison Mill Farm. This unique and intimate music venue host shows throughout the year.
Puckett's Downtown Columbia
Puckett’s roots stretch way back to the 1950's and a little grocery store in the village of Leiper’s Fork, Tennessee. Ever since then we’ve been focused on providing friends, new and old, with great food and Southern hospitality.
Six restaurants later, that aim still rings true. Puckett’s has built a name on hosting live, local musical acts and serving Southern staples. Authentic comfort food classics, like the meat & 3 specials and our famous slow-smoked BBQ, in a laid-back and downhome atmosphere is what we aim for you to remember. We hope you’ll come visit us soon!
Along the Duck River, in the heart of historic Columbia, sits a 1930's Esso ServiCenter that has been transformed to a wine tasting room unlike any other. On a beautiful sunny day, you'll find the garage doors open and tables overflowing from the garage to the outdoor patio. Designed to bring community together or enjoy a date night out on the town, Vintage Winery is the perfect place to savor award winning Tennessee wines.
Live music, special events and food trucks make this a must for anyone visiting or who calls this great town their home.
Mount Pleasant Grille
Mt Pleasant Grille began serving delicious American and Southern food in December 2007. But the story of its building began long before then. From 1911 to 1962 the 100 South Main Street property was home to many businesses, including George Brothers’ Department Store, Mabel’s Beauty Shop, B & H Billiard Parlor and Goodyear Tire Store. Barnes Drugs, which later became Wright’s Pharmacy, boasted a popular soda fountain. Various local unions of the phosphate industry met upstairs, which was also used for town meetings. The stage, still upstairs was home to shows by Grand Ole Opry up-and-coming musicians, many of whom later became world-famous country stars.
Bad Idea Brewing Company
Bad Idea Brewing began in 2015 as a conversation between friends over the dinner table about opening a brewery; we knew we had a name when one of our wives said “This is a bad idea.” From that date on, we’ve been working to deliver unique, high-quality craft beer to southern middle Tennessee.
We officially opened the doors to our brewery and taproom on September 7, 2019, in Columbia’s Arts District as the first on-site brewery in city/county history.
No flagship beers. No investors. No board of directors. No barriers to exploring our creativity. #CraftedInColumbia
Amber Falls Winery
Judy and Tim purchased the Lewis County property in 2003 with the intention of building and opening a christian retreat center. As things worked out the retreat center did not happen and a beautiful vineyard and winery developed. The first vines, Chardonnay and Seyval Blanc, were planted in 2005. For the next 3 years, several thousand more vines were planted as the vineyard expanded.
The winery tasting room opened in March of 2008 and the community has never been the same. Travelers and wine lovers from every state and many international countries have discovered Hampshire and Amber Falls Winery & Cellars. Award winning wines, live music, fundraising events, food trucks, television specials, magazine articles and more have brought attention to this wonderful community and the people and families living and working here.
In 2019, Amber Falls Winery Tasting Room - Nashville was opened. The outstanding Satellite Room and Wine Bar introduced the wonders of Amber Falls Winery to a much larger audience. It has been wonderful to see how, over the years, our community has grown and thousands across the world have been able to experience and enjoy the specialness of Amber Falls Winery & Cellars and join our community of family and friends.
DB's Eats & Beats
PIZZA. BEER. BURGERS. LIVE MUSIC.
Live Music every Friday and Saturday night.
Our secret thin crust recipe has quickly become a local favorite. Come in for a fan-favorite classic or build your own!
Take our delicious cocktails to-go! With plenty of options to choose from, there’s something for everyone. Made and canned in-house.
With a full menu spanning burgers, pizza, and classic American favorites, you’re guaranteed to find your new favorite at DB’s.