I'm in the music business. and this is a fantastic venue. Great service and excellent sound system. I caught Josh Rouse here on New Years Eve and he was filming a DVD which made it very cool. The prices for beer were very reasonable. There is also a board that lists the artists that have graced the stage. The list is very impressive. If you're in Nashville, definitely get by to check out a show at the Exit, In.
Music beats the venue. Concert starts at 9PM. I arrived at 8:30PM, and the doors were still locked. As I waited outside in the cold, I learn that the show is sold-out, and everyone is excited. The guy in front of me has no tickets, but he claims he spoke to someone from the Exit/In, and they have 20 tickets remaining. At 9:10PM, they open the doors. I'm near the front of the line, but by the time I get to the door there are already several angry people arguing about not being able to get tickets. Finally, at 9:45PM, the warm-up band begins. They finish up by 10:30. At 11:00, the real show starts. The headliners rock the place. The moral of the story: have your tickets, and be prepared to stand all night. There are no seats, just concrete. But if the music's good, you cannot help but have a good time.
Tired Legs for Vince. Vince Gill put on a great show Wednesday 1/15, but standing up for four hours was terrible. Some tables and chairs would make the Exit/In experience something I would want to repeat.
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