A century after its beginnings as an 1883 flour mill, the multilevel warehouse began life as a live-music venue, hosting acts such as Jane’s Addiction and Midnight Oil. Today the ground-floor Cannery Ballroom holds up to 1,000 people with uproarious crowds. While the Cannery has hosted headliners as disparate as Third Eye Blind and Greensky Bluegrass, today it focuses on genres that have been historically underrepresented in Nashville, including EDM, Hip Hop, and R&B.