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Where Is Blake Shelton's Restaurant Ole Red? There Are Multiple Answers
Blake Shelton's bar, restaurant, and music venue will play home to the upcoming USA Network series "Barmageddon." Find out where you can visit the best party in town.
If you’re not already familiar with Blake Shelton’s country-themed bar and live music venue, Ole Red, you’re about to be when it plays home to his and Carson Daly’s new USA Network game show, “Barmageddon.”
The bar and restaurant promise patrons some of the most delicious American cuisine that they can come and enjoy with friends who want to eat right and party hard. That’s right, if you’re looking for a place to have a nice, quiet bite, Ole Red may not be the place because, in addition to the food and drink, the spot plays home to some of the most talented country musicians who happen to be blowing through town at the moment.
Shelton opened the first Ole Red location in 2017 in his home state. Although the Tishomingo, Oklahoma location is the first, the flagship Ole Red is the one nestled in the heart of America’s music haven: Nashville, Tennessee. After all, that’s where “Barmageddon” will be taking place.
However, if you’re unable to get to Nashville any time soon, fear not. In addition to those two locations, Ole Red has franchised out and other locations can be found in Gatlinburg, Tennessee; Las Vegas, Nevada; and Orlando, Florida. Heck, you can even stop by an Ole Red location if you’re just passing through the Nashville Airport.
While there are many places to go to get the official Ole Red experience, if you’re looking for the “Barmageddon” experience, you’ll have to make your way to Nashville — specifically 300 Broadway.
That’s where Shelton himself will be joined by Daly and host Nikki Bella for a series of heightened bar games designed to level the playing field between celebrities and everyday Americans who are competing for prizes as well as, you guessed it, the kind of bragging rights that the two “The Voice” stars know all too well.
“Barmageddon” premieres later this year on USA Network. In the meantime, you can check out more game show content on Peacock right now.