Show us your conviction, promote this tour and party in the Big House. Two Great Shows: The Johnny Cash Prison Concert and BackTraxx Rock n’ Roll Party.
Lafayette, LA is the “Happiest City in America.” There is a Joie de vivre (zest for life) here that doesn’t quite exist anywhere else. On Friday and Saturday night Cajun Dance Halls come roaring to life with music and dance distinctly their own. You’ll learn the difference between Cajun and Creole cooking, and discover a history and heritage that’s as cool as Sweet Tea on a summer afternoon.
When you talk Southern heritage, you’ll hear about pride in the past, the culture, and the history of the south. Chattanooga is filled with Civil War History, a southern charm and beautiful natural surroundings. There is 10-mile Riverwalk, which winds along the Tennessee River through downtown below the Mountain that Looks out over the city.
This trip features a three night stay at the newly renovated Chattanooga Choo Choo Hotel – member of the Historic Hotels of America. Enjoy two great dinners: the Southern Bell Riverboat Dinner Cruise and barbecue at Sticky Fingers. As well as The Blue Ridge Scenic Railway and the Incline Mountain Railway, plus Rock City Gardens and Ruby Falls.
The Kentucky Derby is America’s most extravagant springtime sports party, and one of her most celebrated events. While there is a horse race at the heart of this spectacle, there are many other intriguing aspects within this Louisville tradition. It is a festival and fashion show, it’s about Bourbon and Horses, Mint Juleps and Riverboats, and it’s about time you see it. It’s the chance of a lifetime / In a lifetime of chance /And it’s high time you joined in the dance.
The 30th edition of the Lucile Ball Comedy Festival in Jamestown, NY will celebrate the 45th anniversary of Saturday Night Live with former SNL cast members David Spade, Rob Schneider and Kevin Nealon. The three will play a “Legends of SNL” show on Saturday, August 8th. This is a great opportunity to experience the best of live comedy by night, after experiencing the story of comedy – across all eras and genres – by day, with a trip to the National Comedy Center and the Festival.
“Rockin’ the Boardwalk,”our annual Virginia Beach Party features three evening Rock n’ Roll Shows, with music from the 60’s and 70’s. Daytime sightseeing is filled with options then Come, Dance to the music of the Beach Boys, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, and enjoy a wonderful concert by “The Sounds of the Supremes.” This is a U.S. Tours Spectacular Event for small groups and Motorcoach Operators. It’s a perfect party for the Boomers on your Mailing List.
“Chasing the Gray Coats” is a historical journey based on Gen. Sherman’s, Civil War Era, March to the Sea. It features some fact, some fiction, some great dining and a few good times. Gather your troops and explore Chattanooga, Atlanta and Savannah. Learn a little about the Civil War, a lot about three cities and enjoy dining at the most famous Southern Restaurants in America.
Listen as American Patriots rail against the tyranny of King George. Come see the places where they argued loudest for Freedom. Walk in their footsteps, hear their words, dine in their taverns – It’s a frolicking great adventure in American History. In these seven days your group tour will touch on a myriad of historical topics, from Colonial unrest at the Boston Tea Party Ship in 1773, to the final conflict at Yorktown in 1781. You will have heard the words of Patriots and shared a mug of ale, and perhaps you will gain a new appreciation of the hardships endured in our pursuit of liberty.
This tour is an abbreviated version of “Chasing the Redcoats” Come, Listen as American Patriots rail against the tyranny of King George in Boston. Then Come, see the places where they argued loudest for Freedom in Philadelphia. Walk in their footsteps, hear their words, dine in their taverns – It’s a frolicking great adventure in American History. In these five days your group tour will touch on a myriad of historical topics, beginning with Colonial unrest at the Boston Tea Party Ship in 1773, to the “Creation of a Democracy” in Philadelphia.