PRG Opens Starwood Rehearsals in Nashville
June 16, 2022
Production Resource Group, LLC (PRG), a leading provider of production solutions for entertainment and live events producers, announces the opening of Starwood Rehearsals, a new concept in rehearsal spaces serving Nashville music artists preparing for tour. The Starwood Rehearsals space is a blank slate, allowing for any type of production setup. However, given its location at PRG’s Super Depot in LaVergne, TN, it provides clients with direct access to the entire suite of PRG equipment and expertise.
Production teams have complete privacy at Starwood Rehearsals with exclusive use of the space and the resources to run through their projects from planning to show day. The new, climate controlled 10,000 square foot facility, boasts a 100′ by 100′ rehearsal space, dressing rooms, a green room, board rooms, production offices, and a gallery viewing space. Other venue features include:
- Two 400A three-phase Camlock AC Services
- 50,000-pound distributed rigging capacity
- Multiple loading docks and drive-up ramps available
- Four individual dressing rooms/offices with isolated HVAC units from main room
- Private bathrooms
- 24/7 secure access
- Secure bus parking and power available
- 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. load in / load out access
- After-hours access available with advance notice
- Dedicated artist parking and private entrance
“With so much pent-up demand for the return of concert touring, artists and their management are experiencing a scarcity of suitable rehearsal facilities. With Starwood Rehearsals, we’re rounding out our service offering by answering that need,” said Randy Hutson, CEO of PRG Music.
From 1986 to 2006, the Starwood Amphitheatre was an outdoor music venue just five miles from PRG’s current facility. The Starwood Rehearsals name serves as a homage to Nashville’s local culture, the rich history of concert touring, and the iconic artists and their production teams who put on shows at the venue.
PRG quietly opened Starwood Rehearsals this spring, hosting several musicians and groups including Dan + Shay, Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line, and Leon Bridges. Demonstrating its flexibility, the space was even used by a corporation to film a video segment for an event.