Come on down to Western Kentucky where Bill Monroe’s Blue Moon is Shining. Tour the Bluegrass Hall of Fame and discover an evening of music called Friday After 5:00. Travel down to Muhlenberg Country then up on the hill to Bill Monroe’s Homeplace. You’ll find music on the river, on the porch, in the barn, at a Private Concert and at Sunday Brunch. Why this tour has more music than most Branson Trips.
Experience one of the Bible’s most epic stories as MOSES comes to life with massive sets, special effects, and live animals in this original stage production. Sight & Sound theater produces Legendary Bible Stories live on stage. Each production is intricately created — from the finely-stitched costumes to the grand staging of massive sets. Meticulous attention is given to every detail as they magnificently come together to transport you right into the heart of the story.
Eastern Kentucky is a remote region of this great land filled with small towns, surrounded by wooded hillsides and occupied by a industrious people with music in the souls Come visit this gifted region, enjoy the music and legends.
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.
This getaway combines the incredible Viking Cooking School & Alluvian Hotel with the Mississippi Blues Trail. You journey into the land that spawned America’s single most important, root source of modern popular music. Whether you’re a die-hard blues fan or just a casual traveler in search of an interesting trip, you’ll find facts you didn’t know, visit places you’ve never seen and fall in love with the Delta, Birthplace of the Blues.
The economical gospel tour features two evening shows at the National Quartet Convention’s Spring Break in Pigeon Forge, TN. Both are reminiscent of an evening at the Sept National Quartet Convention. Come listen to Gospel Music Legends as Spring begins to break in the South.
Our Four-Day Spring Gospel Showcase includes everything that is in our three day, but features one more afternoon showcase and time to enjoy some of the other great attractions in Pigeon Forge, such as The Titanic, and Dolly’s Stampede. If you going to all that trouble to pack a suitcase and travel to Pigeon Forge, maybe you should take a little more time and enjoy the sights.
“Rockin’ the Boardwalk” our annual Virginia Beach Party features two 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 and Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. 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.
They came from the South, near Nashville and Memphis. They revolutionized American Music and this wonderful tour visits their homes, music stages and celebrates the iconic sounds that changed the world. Gather your group, listen for the sounds, look for their footprints and chase the legends.
The Honky Tonk Highway is only four blocks long. Stretching from Second Ave to Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge across the street from 5th + Broadway. But, 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 they want. Gather your friends, you’ll stay in a Downtown Nashville, walking distance to all these great shows.