World's Smallest Honky Tonk

United States Shareability Studios

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Rogers, Arkansas, United States / April 29, 2022

Every good night in the South has one thing in common - it always begins (or ends) at the local Honky Tonk! You know the one I’m talking about - that local, familiar, neighborhood hole-in-the-wall that makes you feel at home. A venue that’s filled with the vibes somewhere in the middle of “Sweet Home Alabama” and the bar where “everyone knows your name.” In the South, the honky tonk is a tradition as old as country music itself, and although it can get a bit rambunctious from time to time, it brings the community together to celebrate, laugh, dance, and of course, make memories!

The Nextdoor team knows that the honky tonk is an important part of their neighborhood! So when creating their Nextdoor 100 Neighborhood pop-up, which will be going on tour with GRAMMYⓇ award-winning recording artist and actor Tim McGraw, a Honky Tonk is a must.

But this is no average Honky Tonk – in fact, you could call it EXTREMELY below average!

At every stop on this 17-stop tour, The Nextdoor team, in conjunction with Tim McGraw and Shareability, will set-up and host The World’s Smallest Honky Tonk. This closet-sized space, measuring 6x6 feet, has everything a traditional country shindig would! Lights, fun wall decor and of course, live music from a local band– perfect for dancing! It will attract passerbyers to come and stop in for some laughs, memories, and of course, to step on the dance floor.

In promotion of the Nextdoor 100, this downsized neighborhood watering hole will pay homage to the small businesses and amazing neighbors that keep our community strong, and of course, since the Nextdoor 100 is all about neighbors celebrating neighbors - everyone at the show is invited to come party!

- A honky tonk is both a bar that provides country music for the entertainment of its patrons and the style of music played in such establishments thus future attempts at this record should include live music.
- Often harkening from the Southern United States Honky Tonk decor should be reminiscent in some way of Southern and US Culture including but not limited to taxidermy colorful lighting vintage signs etc.
- The space used for the honky tonk must be big enough to accommodate live music (a live band) and dancing patrons.

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