Music City Nights
Guitar Players Everywhere You Turn
4 Days | Year - Round
Starting At $Seasonal Prices
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.
U S Tours Flexible Pricing:
- Customizable Comps
- Commissionable or Net Rates
- Luxury or First Class Hotels & Meals
- Motorcoach Transportation & Professional Tours Managers are available
Whatever you want, U S Tours will be happy to structure tour prices to match your needs. Just let us know!
Day 1 – Ole Reds Nashville
After hotel check-in it’s time to get your Honky Tonk on. Your evening meal is at one of Nashville’s newest restaurant and music venue. In the heart of Downtown Nashville Ole Red is inspired by Opry member Blake Shelton’s clever, irreverent third-chart hit, “Ol’ Red.
Day 2 – Troubadour Tour – Ole Smoky Distillery – Musicians Hall of Fame – Grand Ole Opry
Troubadour Music Sightseeing is an “Only in Nashville” kind of experience. Bringing new meaning to the phrase “Entertaining Narrative” it’s sightseeing with a singer/songwriter guide. The tour will include Downtown Nashville’s colorful history with drive-bys of the historic Ryman Auditorium, Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, Honky Tonk Row, Ernest Tubb’s Record Shop and The Bluebird Cafe. Plus, you will hear what it’s like trying to break into Nashville’s music scene, both the struggles and the victories. As an added bonus your Troubadour will perform some of
his or her original songs!
Your lunch break is at 6th and Peabody. This location features The Ole Smoky Moonshine Distillery, Yee Haw Brewery, food trucks by Prince’s Hot Chicken and White Duck Tacos. Visitors can take a Distillery Tour and Brewery Tour, do a little sampling, listen to live music over lunch and pick up souvenirs for friends and family at home.
The NEW Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum and the GRAMMY Museum Gallery is an interactive facility where you can learn about every aspect of music. Play guitars, drums & keyboards. Record a Garth Brooks song, sing with Ray Charles or jam with Jimmy Jam. The Musicians Hall of Fame is the only museum that actually honors the greatest musicians of all time. Some like Jimi Hendrix are well known and others, like legendary studio musician, Hal Blaine, you’ll get to know. It’s great fun for the whole family and will lift the curtain on
the music industry in a way you haven’t seen before.
Dinner is provided by the Grand Ole Opry who manages the Opry Backstage Grill on Music Valley Drive. They serve signature Southern Cooking paired perfectly with Live Country Music. Here your love of food and your love of music will meet in our casually cool restaurant. And at the Opry Backstage Grill, your waitress might even jump on the stage and sing a country favorite or two.
For more than 85 years, country’s best have mesmerized audiences at the Grand Ole Opry Live Radio Show, the show that made country music famous. Each Opry show features an array of performances by new stars, superstars and legends of country music as well as great bluegrass, comedy and more. Opry shows are never rehearsed and never the same show twice.
Day 3 – Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum – Showboat General Jackson – Hermitage, Home of General Jackson – Music City Roots
This morning begins with a lyrical adventure at Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. See and hear the music from the 1950’s when families gathered around their radio listening to the Grand Ole Opry. Hear the creativity flow as the lyrics carry you to a time and place where Rock & Roll was all that mattered, Jerry Garcia & Janis Joplin are here celebrating the summer of 69. You can dance, sing, and take a selfie with yesterday’s music legends and today’s Top 40’s icons.
Then just across the parking lot you find the Showboat General Jackson and cast off on an incredible Luncheon Cruise. One of the largest showboats ever built, the grand General Jackson is an elegant triumph of American ingenuity. Your meal consists of fine Southern cooking that will make your mouth water; and the show is a live musical revue of songs that made Tennessee famous and will surely make your feet tap on the floor.
This afternoon’s salute to General Jackson continues as you experience the new, interactive exhibits at The Hermitage. You will step inside the home of the 7th President to the United States. Fiery and daring, Andrew Jackson was Tennessee’s first homegrown president, born to Irish immigrants. He was nicknamed “Old Hickory” for his rough and tough behavior. Andrew Jackson was “the people’s president.” He was an orphan, a general, a president and is a legend. The Hermitage features the former president’s mansion, picturesque garden and grounds, and his tomb.
At the end of your tour there is a Wine Tasting that offers you the experience of enjoying and learning more about the President’s historical
ties to wine while tasting wines made locally here in middle Tennessee at the Natchez Hills Winery.
This evening your dinner precedes a live music show at Music City Roots, a weekly, radio show that revives the historic legacy of live musical broadcasts. Featuring Nashville’s astonishing music scene, from country and Americana to more progressive interpreters of tradition — its a “roots and branches” format that brings together fans of different tastes and generations.
Day 4 – Depart For Home
This morning following breakfast your group will depart for home.