Jason Aldean is the latest country singer to open a bar on Nashville's lower Broadway. A four-story venue called Jason Aldean's Kitchen + Rooftop Bar will be located between 3rd and 4th Avenue.

It's set to open in June.

Aldean stakes his claim on having the largest rooftop on Broadway. Jason Aldean's Kitchen + Rooftop Bar will offer multiple stages, six bars with specialty cocktails and a diverse menu that includes family recipes.

"It’s pretty cool to finally have my own spot downtown where people can go and have a good time," the superstar admits. The venue will open in time for CMA Fest 2018. A press release indicates that two floors will be dedicated to daily live music, giving a mic to local talent, as well as touring artists.

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A 1961 4020 John Deere tractor will be on display inside as a tribute to Aldean's star-making No. 1 hit, "Big Green Tractor."

A unique Southern menu was curated by the singer with Chef Tomasz Wosiak and includes some of Aldean's favorite dishes, plus his mother's recipe for peach cobbler. The 27,000 square-foot Kitchen + Rooftop Bar will have two giant video walls that will play sporting events and music videos from today's country stars.

Of course, it's a stop for tourists, too — fans can purchase official Aldean memorabilia on site.

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