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Luke Combs said last year that he and Opry Entertainment Group would develop a four-story downtown Nashville bar and entertainment complex. Now it’s a reality.

The current Wildhorse Saloon will be transformed into a 67,000-square-foot complex with three interior floors and a 9,000-square-foot rooftop with one of downtown Nashville’s best views of the Cumberland River and Nissan Stadium at 120 Second Avenue, steps from Broadway.

The first floor will have a 1,500-person capacity for paid events and keep the stage and dance floor, so line dancing is still possible. The three internal floors will feature live music influenced by Luke’s music and lifestyle. The venue can hold a total of 3,000 people.

So, what is the name of this awesome bar? “Excited to announce my new honky-tonk will be called Category 10 and open this year!” Combs tweeted.