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March 28, 2024

The Junction brings entertainment, community to Nashville


The Nashville Junction is one of the Twin County’s most exciting up-and-coming locations. Located at 723 S Barnes St. in Nashville, they hosted a number of special events last year, culminating in the Braswell Family Farms New Year’s Eve Egg Drop, which thousands of people attended.

Big things are planned throughout 2024, beginning with the first show of the Spring Concert Series featuring 1789 this Saturday, March 30 at 5 p.m. Tickets are $10; kids 12 and under get in free. Food and beverage trucks will be there for adults and kids to enjoy. Be sure to bring your own lawn chair.

We’ve partnered with the Nashville Junction to give away some tickets for this weekend’s concert. Check out our Instagram and Facebook posts to learn how you can enter to win four tickets. The giveaway ends at noon today, March 28, so enter quickly. Be sure to enter on each platform to increase your odds!

The Spring Concert Series continues on with the Holden Dixon Band on April 27 and The Dogwoods on May 18.

Michael Hurt, owner of the Nashville Junction, expressed excitement about the concert series, saying, “This Spring Concert Series is something that we’re hosting to promote Nash County’s Homegrown Talent and provide a place where families throughout our region can come and enjoy themselves. These up-and-coming bands are going to be the future of the music industry, and we’re just thankful for the opportunity to host some of Nash County’s finest for the Town of Nashville, Nash County, Edgecombe County communities, and beyond.”

The Junction will host the First Annual Bluegrass Festival on Saturday, May 4th. It will be an all-day event featuring Highway 56, Somewhere in Between, Nashville’s own Shannon Baker and Sometime Soon, and headliner Larry Sparks. Tickets are $30 in advance or $40 at the door.

The Junction Bazaar will feature local vendors from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays once a month throughout the Spring and Summer. This is a great opportunity to check out antiques, decor items, and more. The Bazaar is an opportunity “where people in the community can come out, support local vendors, be a part of the family, and find some cool unique things in the process,” said Hurt.

The current dates for the Junction Bazaar are April 13, June 8, July 13, August 10, and September 14.  For information on securing a vendor spot for the Bazaar, reach out to

The Nashville Junction also hosts Nashville’s Farmers Market in partnership with the Town of Nashville. This year’s opening is on April 12 and will be open each Friday from 3 to 7 p.m. through October 11.  According to Hurt, The Farmers Market has been a huge success, and it gives people the opportunity to support local farmers while getting fresh meats, produce, and more.

In addition to hosting community events, the Nashville Junction is also the future home of several professional services and retail establishments including:

  • Locorum Distillery, Nash County’s first legal distillery

  • Up in Smoke Cigar Lounge

  • Glam, a premier hair salon

  • The Aesthetics Collective, a Med Spa

The Junction, in coordination with Simmons & Harris as leasing agent, is currently offering space for lease. Ownership hopes to add a high-end restaurant, a coffee shop, and a few more professional spaces; however, space is filling up. For leasing inquiries, please email for more information.

To learn more about the Nashville Junction, listen to our podcast with Michael Hurt, owner of the Nashville Junction and the Hurt Organization. Be sure to follow the Nashville Junction on Facebook and Instagram to learn about upcoming news and events.

Photo provided by The Nashville Junction Marketing Team

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