A raw and versatile warehouse Bridge Below Space is a cultural center for events, art exhibitions and music showcases. Located close to downtown with easy highway access and ample parking.
- Gated facility & parking
- Fenced in courtyard
- Multiple indoor rooms
- High-ceilings, exposed beams.
- Flexible capacity for large or small scale events
- Rotating world class street art and graffiti
- Easily transformed space fits event themes from rustic to polished
- Home of the Nashville Night Market.
Who is Jason Bosserman? A chef who spins records or a DJ who cooks? Until he decides you may find him in the kitchens of some of Nashville’s hottest restaurants and spinning house and techno music in local clubs and warehouses. Jason went from sneaking out to raves at the age of 13 to changing the culture of underground parties and dance music in Boston. With his upcoming traceable seafood project, Onda, Jason hopes to expand the minds and palates of Nashville’s restaurant scene. His vision for a space where people can come together and tune themselves to one another’s vibration using music, food, art, community and love has been realized by sharing the discovery of the Space Below the Bridge with Nashville.
When not designing and manufacturing bags for his wildly successful company Tucker & Bloom. Case Bloom keeps music city dancing with his weekly Thursday night DJ residency, at Bar Sovereign. His two monthly residencies, The Boom Bap and Funky Good Time, are a favorite of Nashville locals. Faced with carting vinyl from gig to gig Case decided to design the highest quality handcrafted record bags. He has collaborated with music visionaries DJ Rich Medina, Jack White’s Third Man Records and more to design signature Tucker and Bloom bags. As a DJ, master craftsman, and entrepreneur Case brings an eye for quality, a precise hand and an understanding of functional aesthetic to his various projects.
Jenni is a Nashville native with a passion for wine, foreign language, dance and DIY products. Having traveled extensively in Spain and Mexico working for an indie record label, she pulls inspiration for Bridge Below Space & Nashville Night Market from markets and night life abroad. At any given 2 am this night creature can be found in the kitchen or on the dance floor.