The Country singer took to social media this week to unveil the name, which comes from his breakthrough #1 single, "Hurricane."
"Obviously, as you guys know, the strongest a hurricane can be is Category 5, so we figured we'd double it and make it Category 10,"
Combs said as he announced the hurricane's name. "It's going to be a great honky tonk. downtown Nashville.
Food. Spirits. You know, you can name it. Whatever you want, we will have it. "It's going to be so much fun," he added.
"I can't wait until this thing opens. I can't wait to see you there."The facility will be located on Second Avenue,
which intersects Music City's iconic Broadway strip, where Nashville's Wildhorse Saloon currently operates.
"I got my start in town playing on this stage, and to have the opportunity to work with Opry Entertainment to transform it into my own bar is a dream come true,"
Luke Combs said of opening his own location. "I can't wait for my fans to see what we're up to."
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