Madison, TN will etch another chapter of its rich musical history with the opening of Timberhawk Hall next year. Located just a few miles northeast of downtown Nashville, the 1,000-capacity concert hall will combine time-honored architectural and musical traditions with the latest technological innovations.

Led by brothers FredDuncan, and Patrick Kennedy, Timberhawk Hall was built from scratch for the optimal concert experience. Though a new design, the building’s timber was reclaimed from Montana’s Big Timberworks and is adorned with artwork and installations from Nashville artisans and makers. State-of-the-art colored glass windows designed by artist Katherine E. Bash (PhD Architecture, MFA Design) of London and produced by German mosaic studio Mayer of Munich are built with LED lights into each pane so that the glass shines no matter the time of day.

Built for fans and musicians alike, the new campus will also host a green beer garden and adjacent two-story green room, where performers and their crews can relax before and after performances.

“The intention we have at Timberhawk Hall is to create a dynamic playground for established and emerging artists, where the whole community feels welcome and can share in this live creation with the artists,” Senior Talent Buyer Santo Pullella said. “We hope the fans feel inspired by their experience and take that energy home with them.”

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Beyond all the latest innovations, Timberhawk Hall also points back to the history of Madison. The structure was built to resemble many of the notable buildings in the area. The hall’s stonework recalls the original masonry seen throughout the town, with other design details that connect to Madison’s rail hub roots.

“The most rewarding part of working Timberhawk has been seeing how a project can have the opportunity and the potential to affect the community, and be a part of that community,” President and Co-Founder Fred Kennedy said. “It’s amazing to see how important that is to the community, and how much they care.”

The name Timberhawk Hall comes in part from the building’s historic timbers. The other part comes from a hawk that the general contractor observed perched atop the building’s peak early on in construction. The hawk still visits the site from time to time and has become a spiritual representation of the hopes for the new venue.

Timberhawk Hall plans to open in early 2023. Prior to the opening, the venue’s team will serve as sponsors at a number of summer festivals, beginning with MerleFest at the end of April. Visit Timberhawk Hall’s website for more information.