Nashville diner to be hub for NFL Draft events

NFL Draft

New details continue to come in about the NFL Draft that is coming to downtown Nashville.

ACME Feed and Seed will serve as the hub for the draft.

An enormous music stage will be constructed outside of the building’s front door at 1st Ave and Broadway, making this a prime spot to house much of the action.

Owner Tom Morales says they have been working with the NFL for about a year ironing out details.

ACME has been rented out for 5 days. During that time they will host NFL staff, sponsors, team members and their families in house.

There will also be a number of events going on throughout the week with live music at ACME which they will also cater.

The lead event coordinator for ACME says they have some entertainment plans in the works and will be showing the draft on screens inside as well.

“We’re so excited. The NFL being here in Nashville specifically is big enough. and the fact that we get to be such an integral part of what’s happening downtown, it’s such a blessing. I think it’s going to be so invigorating for this city. It’s going to be a huge step forward for ACME, being able to host for as many days as we are, and being able to take care of them in the way that Nashville’s really proud to show is something that we can’t wait to do,” Chrissy Reter told News 2.

She says plans about fans being involved are still being worked out.

All four floors will be activated with about 1300 people expected to be in attendance daily.

As we get more details we will be sure and let you know.

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