Icon Entertainment Group, the owner and operator of some of Nashville’s most cherished and popular establishments, is changing its name to Icon Entertainment & Hospitality.
The rebranding reflects the growing diversity of the real estate development and hospitality company’s portfolio, which ranges from award-winning museums to legendary restaurants and bars and offers both locals and visitors alike some of Music City’s most unique dining and entertainment experiences.
The name change comes in the midst of a particularly busy and exciting year for Icon, which opened the highly-anticipated Sinatra Bar & Lounge in April and recently announced the opening of the Southern Turf Lofts, offering a prestigious, one-of-a-kind short term rental experience in the famed, Icon-owned Southern Turf Building. Later this year, the company will launch both the Southern Turf Club in the Southern Turf Building and its new East Nashville neighborhood bar, as well as commemorate the historic 75th anniversary of Skull’s Rainbow Room.
Icon was founded by celebrated entrepreneur and real estate investor Bill Miller, and it was his longtime personal relationship with Johnny Cash -- which began 50 years ago this year -- that spurred the creation of Icon’s first Nashville establishment, the Johnny Cash Museum. This year marks the museum’s 10th anniversary and in February.
More information available at: IconEntertainment.com.