You Can Watch A Concert From 333 Feet Below Earth's Surface In A Tennessee Cave
Say hello to your new favorite music venue.
You may love the Bridgestone Arena for its ample seating and huge monitors or the Nashville Municipal Auditorium for its more intimate setting, but there's another venue that's a bit unlike the rest. This underground cave in Tennessee doubles as a music hall and it's a hotspot for watching concerts in Tennessee in 2020.
Cumberland Caverns is about an hour and a half outside Nashville, but it's both a musical experience and a spelunking adventure.
For over 55 years, artists have flocked to the Volcano Room to put on shows that are a journey into the center of the earth.
Starting in April, you can take in a concert 333 feet underground within the massive system of caves that extend 30 miles.
This concert season, the cheapest tickets start at $35 and the highest hit only $90.
Despite it being late spring and summer during the shows, the cave maintains a temperature of 56 degrees year-round, so it's best to bring a sweater or blanket to snuggle up.
There are about 600 available seats for each show, inevitably leading to several sold-out shows since it's so intimate.
All tickets are already on sale, which means there's no time to think — just buy.
Each show even has the optional upgrade of a pre-showfor an added $21 after fees.
If you're looking for an all-inclusive experience, the Legacy Overnight Tour lets you get your hands a little dirty as you explore the ins and outs of the majestic landscape.
That means you can have a sleepover in the cave with breakfast the next morning — count us in.
Cumberland Caverns Live
Address: 1437 Cumberland Caverns Rd., McMinnville, TN
Why You Need To Go: This venue goes all out to provide guest an unforgettable underground experience.