May in Oklahoma is a time when the taller plants such as spiderworts and black-eyed Susans creep over the tinier blooms stealing their light and water, it’s known by the Osage as the flower-killing moon . . . a time when coyotes howl because the moon is larger . . . Come explore the Heritage of Oklahoma’s early Natives and Cowboys. This package capitalizes on interest in “The Pioneer Woman” cooking show and a new movie based on the novel “Killers of the Flower Moon” . . . and it coincides with a total lunar eclipse.
The first Tuesday of every December is U.S. Tours Blue Christmas Party at Graceland. Enjoy a special evening Mansion Tour. Come see “The Lights at Graceland,” enjoy the Presley home at Night, as it would have looked on Christmas Eve when the family lived there. This U S Tours “Spectacular American Event” has been sold out for the last three years! Book Early.
Branson has more theaters than Broadway, more restaurants than a Norwegian Cruise Ship, more hotels than Myrtle Beach. This destination is not about price. With more choices than a Chinese Restaurant and comparatively low prices on everything. You should not be selling a value trip . . . You should be selling a better trip. Bigger and Better, Build a tour that you’re proud of, one that offers more fun than than your competitio
This is the most excitement you can have in three days! Climb deep into our uninhabited mountains on two Wild and Wonderful Train Rides, then come back to earth (or Elkins rather) and enjoy two music shows! This is as good as it gets!
This tour is for Dancin’ Fools & Music Nuts who want to party in Music City. Gather your friends, stay in Downtown Nashville, walking distance to all the great Honky Tonks. From the Wildhorse Saloon off Second Ave to Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge at Fifth there are more than two dozen Honky Tonks playing live music from late morning to late night. Group Leaders can build out this tour with as much or as little scheduled sightseeing as you want.
Nashville’s connection to music is unequaled, and its reputation as Music City has been consistently proven for over 200 years. From the Honky Tonks to the Opry, stage shows and guitar players on your bus, this deluxe four day is a great overview a chance to see hear and enjoy a little of what happens here every single day.
“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.
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.
It was the most important event in the History of Country Music. In 1927 in the mountains of Virginia, a talent scout for the Victor Talking Machine Co spent 8 days making the first ever musical recordings. Known as the ‘Bristol Sessions’ that event has also been called “The Big Bang of Country Music,” bring your group and see Country’s origin at the hallowed Carter Family Fold, and its glory at the Grand Ole Opry.
To paraphrase the legendary Muddy Waters, “The Blues got married to The Jazz, and they had themselves a baby they named Rock and Roll.” This trip is a little climb down the family tree as we enjoy the heritage and a little music history from the Mississippi Delta to Graceland.