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Country Music and Cocktails: Lainey Wilson's Exclusive Pop Up Bar Event In Nashville Set For April

The Hold My Bourbon Bar pop-up will take over Nashville for three days this April.


Via Barmen 1873 Bourbon


Country music superstar Lainey Wilson is brining her Bell Bottom Country style to Music City for a one of a kind pop-up! Partnering with Barmen 1873 Bourbon, the Grammy winner will be the host of the Hold My Bourbon Bar pop up taking over GoodTimes Full Service Bar April 5-7.


Ensuring no one ‘wastes a good whiskey,’ Hold My Bourbon Bar will serve Barmen 1873 Bourbon cocktails inspired by Lainey’s favorite flavors. The pop-up bar will also have light bar bites available for order, free wildflowers and other onsite giveaways. Coors Light, Coors Banquet and non-alc options will also be available.


“2024 has been an incredible year so far, and I’m thrilled to have Barmen 1873 Bourbon come along for the ride," Lainey said in a statement about the partnership. "Together, we’ll create memories for all my fans, starting with the Hold My Bourbon Bar, which will serve some delicious cocktails that I had the pleasure of helping create. "


Lainey who recently started her own non-profit is proud of the partnership for another reason. "I’m also so excited to share that 100% of the proceeds will support my Heart Like A Truck fund to help give back to communities and organizations across the globe.”


“Music and bourbon are the perfect pairing, and together, they hit all the right notes,” Coors Spirits Co. Director of Marketing Alan Bremerkamp said of the partnership. “Just like Barmen 1873 Bourbon, Lainey Wilson breaks barriers and is blazing her own path, which makes her the perfect artist for us to collaborate with.”


The Event's Signature Cocktails


  • Wildflowers Old Fashioned: Inspired by Wilson’s song “Wildflowers and Wild Horses,” this is made with Barmen 1873 and the drinker’s choice of grapefruit syrup or rose honey syrup.

  • Buckle Up: Inspired by Lainey Wilson’s song “Heart Like A Truck,” this is made with Barmen 1873 Bourbon, pineapple juice, lemon juice, cinnamon syrup and Angostura bitters.

  • Wild Horses Manhattan: Named after Wilson’s fan group, this is made with Barmen 1873 Bourbon, coffee liqueur, simple syrup, orange bitters and chocolate bitters. Despite the “Manhattan” name, there’s no vermouth in the recipe.


Tickets are required, however it is only $10 to visit! You can sign up for your time slot HERE. The purchase of a ticket grants visitors access to the bar, two free drinks and light bar bites. Attendees must be 21 or older.



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