The BEST karaoke bar in Nashville!
What Makes Us The Best
Ms. Kelli’s Karaoke Bar isn’t just some ole’ ordinary karaoke bar, it is one of the most fun, liveliest, and energetic karaoke and dance bars in all of downtown Nashville. With a massive selection of songs of every genre ranging from Country, to Hip Hop, to Pop and more, there is always sure to be a diverse set of music being played and singers up at the mic giving it their all. This is Music City after all, and music has no boundaries!
What Makes Us Different
What differentiates us doesn’t stop there however. Our KJ’s were once DJ’s and so they have a great ability to ‘feel’ the energy and know right when to speed it up or slow it down, throw on a classic 80s rock song, or a 2000s pop hit. And you never know when a popular dance track might start up, getting everyone on their feet and to the dance floor to enjoy a great atmosphere with friends and strangers alike. It’s not just a karaoke bar. It’s THE karaoke dance bar of Nashville!
An Experience Like None Other
Along with a state of the art sound system, playback software, a large karaoke library, and a skilled DJ/KJ crew, Ms. Kellis also offers great stage, strobe, and laser lights across the bar, and flat-screen TVs mounted throughout, so you never miss a performance on-stage and our dance floor is even large enough so that you and all your friends can enjoy and interact with others!
MS. KELLI’S KARAOKE RULES & ETIQUETTE
- – NO CURSING ON THE MICROPHONE
- – NO SLOW SONGS AFTER 10 PM FRI-SAT
- – MAXIMUM OF 4 PEOPLE ON STAGE AT A TIME
- – STAY OFF STAGE UNLESS SINGING OR INVITED
- – DO NOT DROP THE MICROPHONE
- – DO NOT SCREAM ON THE MICROPHONE
- – BE RESPECTFUL OF OUR
- – EMPLOYEES AND OTHER PATRONS
- – Michael “Mikey” Amburgey Sings Whenever and Whatever He Wants!! (this isn’t really a rule, more of a suggestion)
Please remember that we all want to have fun, but this is a business and we reserve the right to refuse service to:
- – Patrons who are unreasonably rowdy or causing trouble
- – Patrons that may overfill capacity if let in
- – Patrons under the age of 21
- – Patrons refusing to show legal, valid identification at the door
- – Patrons who come in just before closing time
- – Patrons accompanied by large groups of non-customers looking to sit in
- – Patrons lacking adequate hygiene