A new museum and performance venue honoring Glen Campbell is set to open in downtown Nashville. This news came yesterday from Clearbrook Hospitality, marking the second anniversary of the musician’s death on Aug. 8, 2017.
Named the Glen Campbell Museum and Rhinestone Stage, the new museum and venue will sit on the corner of Broadway and 2nd Avenue. The 4,000-square-foot venue will feature immersive, interactive displays showcasing different stages of Campbell's life and career. Personal artifacts, including guitars and other instruments, stage clothing, family photos, and more, will all be on display in the museum. The Rhinestone Stage will feature live music nightly, giving both local and national acts another spot to perform in downtown Nashville.
The Glen Campbell Museum and Rhinestone Stage is expected to open in early 2020. Following the completion of the museum and venue, there will be a gala grand opening featuring live performances by members of the Campbell family as well as friends of the Country Music Hall of Fame legend.
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Article image: Image of Glen Campbell from his "Goodtime Hour" television program. (CBS Television [Available through Public Domain] via Wikimedia Commons.)