The other most famous city in Tennessee: Nashville! Nashville is almost exactly three hours from Memphis by car, so leave early and squeeze a lot into the day before returning home. Like Memphis, Nashville is famous for music. Check out the Country Music Hall of Fame and stroll Broadway to enjoy one (or many) Honkytonks. Most of these bars have live music from local performers all day. One of the most unique Nashville experiences is the Bar on a Bike tour. BYOB and ride up and down the streets of Nashville by way of a small open air van powered by bike. Make sure to have some Nashville hot chicken before leaving, and if you make it an overnight check out some of the city’s vibrant nightlife (and ride a mechanical bull!).
A hot one day flight in and out of Nashville to see Sparks @ theRyman Auditorium — worth the whirlwind of a day!
One of the most famous New Year’s celebrations in the U.S. is in music city. New Year’s Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash is a free, nationally televised event featuring concerts with dozens of artists across town. The Nashville bash culminates with the dropping of a giant music note at midnight.
Nashville, the capital city of Tennessee, is one of the most exciting cities in the country. Along with having legendary country music venues, The Country Music Hall of Fame, Nashville has a thriving music and art scene, and plenty of great shopping and restaurant options.
If you're looking for something a little more country and a little less rock n' roll, then Nashville is the place for you! Country music concerts are held around the city all day and night. Bonus- you can find a great BBQ sandwich to snack on before midnight!
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Three, two, one…happy new year! Cities around the globe are ushering in the new year with coordinated countdowns and wacky, wild ball drops. Arguably, the most epic New Year’s Eve event is the ball drop in Times Square in New York, but smaller spots host equally exciting countdowns that include dropping quirky objects, like a […]