Reach out to us via our Contact Page or call us at 615-891-1781. We’ll respond as quickly as possible.
If you have relevant music industry experience or are a bartender who wants a change of pace, drop us a note on the Contact Page.
Contact us during regular business hours at (615) 891-1781 or stop our Box Office on Fridays from 10am-4pm to check if we found your items. We hold all lost and found items in our Box Office for 7 days. After 7 days, we donate all items.
Hampton Inn & Suites or TownePlace Suites are both within walking distance.
Some shows run longer than others, but our bar at William Collier’s stays open until 2am. Sometimes the artists even come out for a drink, so come hang out with us!
We’ve taken the Here For The Music pledge to build a safer environment for everyone in the music industry. We believe live music is a place for fun, community and open expression – sexual harassment and assault do not belong. Learn more HERE.
Recording policies are at the band’s discretion and change from night-to-night. Only those with approved photo and video passes can bring professional equipment (cameras with detachable lenses) to a show. Here at Marathon Music Works, we’ve organized a House Photography Program where local photographers can choose the shows they want to shoot (on a first […]
We want you to have fun, but we don’t allow glow sticks. Here is a list of other items we don’t allow: knives, guns, umbrellas, selfie sticks, gopro sticks, hula hoops, mace, outside food and drinks, or illegal drugs.
With our shows and events, we suggest using taxis or a ride-share service like Uber or Lyft. If you choose to drive, there is street parking available and some privately owned paid lots nearby. These lots are not owned by Marathon Music Works and towing is strictly enforced. We suggest leaving your personal items in […]
No. We do not allow smoking of any kind in the building. We have a back deck available for those who want to smoke or vape.