The facility, which is expected to open in the fall of 2020, will be located in an old church at 614 Fifth Ave. S. in Nashville, and will include a craft whiskey distillery and whiskey library, and an art ‘sanctuary’ that will showcase Dylan’s non-musical artwork.
It will also include a restaurant and a 360-seat live performance venue, according to a release.
The announcement of the new facility was tied into the 50th anniversary of the release of Dylan’s seminal 1969 album Nashville Skyline on April 9.
“We’re thrilled to celebrate the anniversary of Nashville Skyline with our addition to Music City’s Skyline,” said Marc Bushala, CEO of Heaven’s Door Spirits. “Nashville is a natural home for the Heaven’s Door Distilery and the Elm Street Church is a fitting home for Dylan’s visual artwork,” he added.