Nashville, Tennessee – America’s Music City and the Country Music Capital for all the world – is an internationally-known tourist destination for those who love live music! “The District” is Nashville’s 4-block area absolutely packed with dives, bars, and performance halls featuring live music 7-days a week, 365-days a year. Nashville was once home of television shows such as Hee Haw and Pop! Goes the Country, as well as The Nashville Network and later, RFD-TV. Country Music Television and Great American Country currently operate from Nashville. Many visitors to Nashville attend live performances of the Grand Ole Opry, the world’s longest-running live radio show. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is another major attraction relating to the popularity of country music. The Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center, the Opry Mills regional shopping mall and the General Jackson showboat, are all located in what is known as Music Valley.


0:02 – Nashville Skyline + Cumberland River
0:12 – Korean Veterans Bridge
0:16 – Riverfront Park
0:24 – Nissan Stadium (NFL – Tennessee Titans)
0:56 – ‘Ghost Ballet For The East Bank Machineworks’ statue
1:02 – The District (live music bars)
1:42 – Bridgestone Arean (NHL Nashville Predators)
1:52 – Music City Event Center
2:16 – Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
2:28 – Nashville Opra House
2:42 – ‘Musica’ statue roundabout
3:18 – Frist Art Museum
3:30 – Union Station (former major train depot now hotel)
3:50 – ‘Off the Wall on Charlotte Ave’ murals
4:06 – Centennial Park
4:20 – Suffragette Statue (celebrating 19th amendment)
4:28 – Parthenon (Nashville is called the ‘Athens of the South’)
4:56 – ‘Silo Mural of Lee Estes’ by Guido Van Helten
5:26 – Tennessee State Prison (operated 1831-1992)
6:00 – Grand Ole Opry (world’s longest running live radio show)
6:20 – Gaylord Opryland (amazing hotel, mall, and experience center)

Nashville, Tennessee is an incredible place – a cultural icon of truly epic proportions. It was our first trip here and some of our greatest memories were made during that 9-day adventure experiencing just about every genre of American music performed before our very eyes. Thank you, Nashville!


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