Best Karaoke Bars in Nashville, Tennessee

Karaoke is a very popular choice for entertainment in Nashville, and those wishing to spend an evening singing their hearts out will find numerous spots in the city to do it. Here are some of the best places to spend your evening of karaoke.

One of the most popular hotspots for a little karaoke fun in Nashville is at downtown’s very own Graham Central Station. Located at 128 Second Ave. North, this night club is actually 7 clubs rolled into one, including Starz, one of the liveliest, hottest, and most fun stages where Nashville wanna-be stars join forces and rock the night away. Graham also has professionals there to guide you on the way. You can select music from any genre of music and take your shot at the mic. The bar is open 7 nights per week from 7 p.m. To 3 a.m., and it is a party all night long! Be sure to visit the website at to find out about all of the great specials offered, such as free admission for the ladies and half-price drinks.

Wanna B’s Karaoke bar is another fun spot located in the downtown area of Nashville, this one at 305 Broadway. Wanna B’s features a large, high stage for your performance, often with a packed house to cheer you on. Drinks at Wanna B’s are strong and delish, just what you need to get the courage to sing your rendition of My Lady Lumps. They’re also priced right so you can drink til you get enough. Wanna B’s is a popular tourist spot that is trendy and offers great fun for all ages.

For those looking for a honky-tonk karaoke bar, Lonnie’s Western Room has just what you need. Lonnie’s is at 208 Printers Alley , and has been a part of Nashville tradition for many years. The song selection is quite extensive, with country songs being 99% of the choice. There are songs from the 70’s, later, and earlier. If you want it, Lonnie’s can make it happen. The atmosphere is incredible, always a fun place to be. Lonnie’s is open at 6 p.m. And doesn’t stop until 3 a.m. Get there early to beat the crowds.

Another favorite in the Printer’s Alley area, and across the street from Lonnie’s, is Ms. Kelli’s, a karaoke bar large in size, spaced out with of of room to move about. Pool tables and a dance area are available in addition to the enormous stage to sing your song. The place gets packed, but not to a point of being uncomfortable. There are lots of songs to choose from, with a good selection of country choices. Visit Ms. Kelli’s at 207 Printer’s Alley.

Troubadours Karaoke, 423 Broadway, is one of the more relaxed karaoke bars in Nashville, where crowds come together to enjoy great drinks and fun with their friends. You can mingle and enjoy the music before it’s your turn to become the star. A variety of song’s are available on their song selection, ranging from rock to hip hop, and of course country.

Visit one, visit them all. You’re sure to find just what you love!