Seriously? A bachelor party before the night of the wedding? That's not cool anymore...and usually not a good idea if you want a REAL bachelor party.
I've been to many bachelor parties in the past few years, none of which were the night before the wedding, and with good reason. I think the greatest one was here in Louisville - everyone got a room at the Ceasar's casino, played golf Sat. morning, then gambled that afternoon/evening, and then rented a party bus for the night from 9pm to 3am. The bus picked us up at the casino. This was no ordinary bus. It had leather seating, a mini-bar, laser lights, loud sound system, and a stripper pole. It was first class. We were also allowed to bring coolers with anything we cared to stuff in them. Only rule was that if someone puked onboard, we lost our huge deposit. Anyhow, at 10 am, we picked up a stripper in a Wal-Mart parking lot, and then proceeded to cruise around town with our live entertainment for a few hours. After we dropped off our live entertainment, we made stops at a few other establishments with live entertainment before ending the night back at the casino. It was a long day, and a long night. Might be too much if you plan on doing a bachelor party the night before the wedding. Since then, Louisville has tightened up on it's gentleman's club rules, so it might not be the same experience for you guys. The Rustic Frog over by Ceasar's is booming now that Louisville has changed it's rules.
I attended another bachelor party in Memphis, TN. Drove down on Saturday and caught a Memphis Redbirds baseball game. Afterward we roamed Beale St. and hopped around the bar scene. We loaded up for fun and games at the Pony, and were not disappointed. Got back to the hotel at about sunrise, slept a few hours, and made the journey back home with lots of good stories that still are brought up everytime we hang out together.
Nashville is another good venue for bachelor parties. Lots of fun bars to hang out in and is awesome if you like country music. Printer's Alley has lot of good live entertainment, but it closes up kind of early due to local city ordinances. That might be a good choice for you guys if you plan on calling it a night fairly early.