Get Ready For MNTN Meet Nashville!

Key Details


April 11th-14th


Nashville, TN


W, Thompson Hotel, 1 Hotel, Hyatt Centric

What to expect:

Thursday, 4/11

All Day | Team Member Arrivals & Hotel Check-ins

5:45 PM | Shuttles Begin for Welcome Party | All Hotels

6:00 – 9:00 PM | MNTN Meet Welcome Party | Pinewood Social

Friday, 4/12

8:30 – 10:30 AM | Breakfast & Registration | 1 Hotel

9:00 – 10:00 AM | Art Hour | Riverbed A

10:30 AM – 12:30 PM | Company Meeting | Meadow Ballroom

12:30 – 4:00 PM | Lunch & Team Meetings

4:30 – 6:00 PM | Anatomy of a Hit Song Workshop | W, Sound Room

All Night | Free Time

Saturday, 4/13

All Day | Nashville Experiences

8:00 – 10:00 AM | Peak Wellness | W Hotel, Sound Room

6:30 PM | Shuttles Begin for Closing Party | All Hotels

7:00 – 10:00 PM | MNTN Meet Closing Party | Acme Feed & Seed

Sunday, 4/14

All Day | Team Member Departures








What should I wear? What can I expense?

All the answers to your FAQ’s can be found here.

in and around Nashville

  • Nashville Neighborhoods

    Nashville is defined by its neighborhoods, each with its own distinct personality and character. Check out this write up on the many areas of Nashville for teams to explore outside of Broadway. More Info.

  • MNTN Discount | Cowboy Boots

    Thanks to our very own Candice Kreck, all MNTN team members will receive a 40% discount on cowboy boots at either of the two locations below! You must show your credential and corresponding photo ID to receive the discount. Offer valid Thursday – Sunday during the MNTN Meet.

  • Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

    The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum collects, preserves, and interprets the evolving history and traditions of country music. Through exhibits, publications, and educational programs, the Museum teaches its diverse audiences about the enduring beauty and cultural importance of country music. More Info.

  • The Grand Ole Opry

    The Grand Ole Opry is the show that made country music famous. The stage continues to showcase country music’s past, present, and future, home to the art form’s growth and evolution for over 98 years. More Info.

  • Grimey's Records

    Grimey’s New & Preloved Music is Nashville’s one-stop music store. It’s been awarded “Best Record Store In Town” & “Best Place To Buy Vinyl” by the Nashville Scene, Nashville’s entertainment newspaper. More Info.

  • Third Man Records

    Third Man Records was launched by Jack White in Detroit, MI in 2001, and in 2009 opened its current Nashville, TN location, which houses a record store, novelties lounge (featuring the Third Man Record Booth), label offices and distribution center, photo studio, and the world’s only live venue with direct-to-acetate recording capabilities. Third Man is an innovator in the world of vinyl records and a boundary pusher in the world of recorded music, aiming to bring tangibility and spontaneity back into the record business and issue releases that leave no doubt in the minds of listeners that music is indeed sacred. More Info.

  • The Station Inn

    The Station Inn is a music listening room in The Gulch area of Nashville. Here you can find the world’s best bluegrass, classic country, Americana and roots music seven nights a week. Good food. Great music. All Nashville. More Info.

  • Tootsies

    The party never seems to stop at Tootsies World Famous Orchid Lounge. Located on historic Broadway in downtown Nashville, TN, Tootsie’s is one of Nashville most famous and intimate music venues. More Info.

  • Chopper

    Chopper is a robot-fueled tiki bar located in the heart of East Nashville. Using only the freshest ingredients and the highest quality spirits for their cocktails, you’ll be transported to the world of Island X. Founded in 2019, Chopper take what we love about tiki in a new direction. Unwind with a seasonal creation, classic cocktail, or a Chopper original. If you’re hungry, there’s Mexican cuisine from award-winning food truck, Maiz de la Vida. More Info.

  • Urban Cowboy

    Located in the heart of East Nashville, Urban Cowboy is set in a historic Victorian mansion dating back to the 1800’s.  The main house is home to the Parlor Wine Bar with nightly live music performances by some of Nashville’s best artists. The Public House is the bar ‘out back’ – housed in an old carriage house and equal parts local watering hole / cocktail lover’s paradise. Roberta’s pizza, famous from Brooklyn, serves up wood-fired pizza right in their own backyard. You’ll leave them full, buzzed, and inspired. More Info.

  • Red Phone Booth

    Located in the heart of downtown, just steps from Broadway, the Red Phone Booth is an elegant lounge that feels like a step back in time. This concept features traditional Neopolitan Pizzas, Creative Rare Craft Cocktails, and a Cigar Program in a safe 1920’s speakeasy atmosphere. Note that there’s a strict dress code. More Info.

  • Schulman’s

    Welcome to your new favorite go-to spot, Schulman’s Neighborhood Bar.  Schulman’s brings the honest come one, come all, come-as-you-are culture to the vibrant East Nashville neighborhood. Solid food, cold beer, shots, unpretentious cocktails and a local staff of friendly, familiar faces await you. More Info.

  • Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack

    Thornton Prince perfected the recipe for Hot Chicken at Prince’s Hot Chicken Shack almost 100 years ago, Not a lot has changed in since then. Prince’s great niece, Ms. Andre Prince Jeffries, is still serving the legendary dish that Nashvillians crave. In the last few years, the hot chicken trend has caught on like wildfire throughout the South. Make no mistake, though. Prince’s Hot Chicken is the original and remains the gold standard for hot chicken. More Info.

  • Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint

    Martin’s Bar-B-Que Joint opened its doors in October 2006, in Nolensville, TN, to preserve and celebrate the art and craft of West Tennessee’s legendary whole-hog BBQ tradition. What began 16 years ago as a small, little 950-square foot, 12-table spot is today a beloved culinary destination with six restaurants in Nashville. Martin’s takes great care in preparing time-honored recipes that speak to their West Tennessee-style BBQ roots, and pair them alongside beloved Southern classics and signature dishes like Redneck Tacos and BBQ Nachos. More Info.

  • Biscuit Love

    Locally-owned and family-operated by the “Biscuit King” Karl and “Boss Lady” Sarah. Biscuit Love serves breakfast and lunch favorites with a twist made entirely from scratch with our not-so-secret ingredient: Biscuits. And Love. Throughout their journey from food truck to brick-and-mortar eateries, they remain steadfast in their commitment to sourcing from local purveyors and giving back to the community. More Info.

  • Folk

    Folk, Philip Krajeck’s second Nashville restaurant after the hit Rolf and Daughters, opened in 2018 in a gorgeous high ceilinged space in East Nashville with exposed brick walls, an open kitchen. They serve a seasonal Italian food & wine menu that is both creative and delicious. The star of the show at Folk is their collection of unique pizzas with specifically the littleneck clam pie being a personal favorite. More Info.

  • Audrey

    Audrey is the flagship restaurant of Chef Sean Brock. Inspired by his Appalachian roots, traditions of the rural South, and his maternal grandmother, Audrey is his most personal project to date. More Info.

  • Bad Idea

    Alex Burch, an advanced sommelier who’s led the wine programs at Bastion and Henrietta Red, and Colby Rasavong, a 2022 StarChefs Rising Chef Award recipient, have brought Lao cuisine and a dizzying array of fantastic wine to East Nashville. Starters like nam khao croquettes segue into scallop-stuffed crepes with nam prik blanquette and bucksnort trout served alongside turmeric crepes. You can count on a perpetually full glass thanks to the 3,000 bottles in the custom-made wine cellar. More Info.