Our impressive list of tenants speaks to the quality of our venue.
Tennessee Orthopaedic Alliance (TOA) was established in 1926. TOA’s 65 physicians include nationally and internationally renowned surgeons who provide specialized expertise in sports medicine, joint replacement, spine, hand, wrist and elbow, foot and ankle, shoulder, pediatric orthopaedics, fracture care and trauma, physical medicine and rehabilitation, and interventional pain management.
TOA offers its valued patients the convenience of 18 locations (three of which include urgent care clinics) and a full array of treatment and diagnostic imaging services including physical therapy, hand therapy, MRI, and durable medical equipment. TOA also has a Sports Performance Center with specialized sports performance training for teams and individuals.
TOA is proud to cover more high school and college sports teams than any group in the state of Tennessee. For more information, visit www.toa.com.
With nine gyms throughout the North and Southeast, Premier Athletics trains thousands of cheerleaders, gymnasts, dancers and power tumblers. Hundreds of Premier athletes have gone on to compete at the collegiate level in their respective sports, most earning college scholarships. Premier Athletics also serves thousands of recreational students who train in cheerleading, dance and gymnastics.
Ranked as one of the top five small gyms for dance in the country, Music City All Stars prepares dancers not only for high school and college teams but for a future outside of dance as well. More than 50 different team classes are offered each week for students who dance competitively or just for fun. The staff includes professionally trained dancers, many with professional or college experience.
The Sports & Events Arena
The Sports & Events Arena at TOA Sports Performance Center is a 27,000-square-foot, multi-sport turf facility ideal for soccer, lacrosse or baseball/softball. The space is available for rent to local leagues, clubs, youth teams and groups, or for special events.
The Rabbit Hole VR opened Middle TN’s first virtual reality gaming arcade in Nashville in 2017. In 2019, the company brought the high-end gaming experience to the Cool Springs area with a state-of-the-art facility inside the TOA Sports Performance Center. It is now the largest VR arcade in the Southeast. The VR arcade provides immersive, interactive VR gaming experiences for solo players or groups using the latest technology and equipment. The company also provides on-the-go VR rentals for corporate events, conventions, parties and more.
Established in 2010, Alliance Volleyball Club is a community-based non-profit organization that trains thousands of youth female volleyball players throughout the year via a travel club experience as well as various programs offered throughout the season. Along with being home to 7 Gatorade Players of the Year, hundreds of Alliance athletes have gone on to play at the collegiate level. Alliance will host 10 events throughout the club season bringing teams from all over the Southeast to the Franklin area.
Established in 2014, STARS Basketball Club (formerly known as Upward Stars) is blessed to be the largest basketball club in Middle Tennessee. STARS Basketball is a local, non-profit organization that reaches thousands of basketball players annually (1st-12th grade) through travel team play &/or developmental programming (STARS Shooting Lab, Camps, Clinics, etc.). The STARS’ fan base includes many of the region’s top athletes, as the club has over 25 alumni currently playing at the collegiate level. The club’s mission is “Planting Seeds for Christ Through Basketball.”