Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley are taking their Nashville properties to a new level: a creative compound. While their downtown bar, FGL House, has had massive success, Hubbard and Kelley are launching a very different space in Nashville.
Still have a good ways to go but getting so excited about our @tribekelley Trading Post store and @treevibezmusic office/studio in Hillsboro Village in Nashville, TN 🏄🏼 where music and fashion collide hellooooo big Nashville vibez 🔑💯⚡️🌊🍾⚓️🚀🤠🙏🏼 Creating and riding our own wave @thubbmusic @thevoguetrip @bcole429 #fam Dream big, play real loud #comingthis FALL
The creative compound in Nashville's Hillsboro Village area houses three segments of the duo's business: the Tribe Kelley trading post, Tree Vibez Music, and Meet + Greet, a private collaborative gathering space. The Tribe Kelley trading post opened earlier this month, creating a beautiful space for the clothing line Brian Kelley launched with his wife, Brittney. The duo's publishing company, Tree Vibez Music, will be relocating to the spot as well.
Hubbard expressed his excitement for the collaborative space to Rolling Stone, “We’re so excited to build and create a space for professionals to feel inspired and creative. We hope to bring something new and innovative to Nashville."
Kelley is also thrilled to be able to build community in their new space: “Passionate people inspire other passionate people. We thrive on letting our imaginations run wild and can’t wait to see what this city dreams up together."
The garden-sanctuary environment of Meet + Greet will create a natured enveloped gathering area for new ideas to generate, both for their Tree Vibez writers and more.