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Visiting the CMA Awards in Nashville


The Country Music Association (CMA) Awards is one of the country music industry's biggest events of the year. This exciting event held each November in Nashville draws thousands of visitors to the area, from some of the biggest stars in country music and top music producers to country music fans from across the country. The CMA Awards are open to the public with advanced ticket purchase to the festivities. You can share in the stars' big evening with one of the two vacation packages offered by

The 2009 CMA Award Show Package provides you with two nights of hotel lodging at your choice of some of the area's top hotels and puts you inside the awards show. You will have a great view of the stars as they accept their awards at the 2009 CMA Award Show with Bronze Level (Upper Level) seating. Some of the many awards you can watch handed live include Entertainer of the Year, Male and Female Vocalist, Album, Song, and more. The event takes place at the Sommet Center (formerly known as the Gaylord Entertainment Center.) Your lodging options with the 2009 CMA Award Show Package include the Millennium Maxwell House, the Club Hotel — Opryland, the Gaylord Opryland resort, the Radisson at Opryland, and the Guesthouse Inn and Suites.

The Red Carpet, Stars, and Guitars vacation package gives you the full Music City experience, taking you to the 2009 CMA Award Show, as well as to some of the city's most popular attractions and landmarks. This four day, three night vacation package lets you get your first day in Nashville off by settling in to the hotel of your choice, exploring the city at your leisure, and with dinner at a local restaurant. Then day two of your Nashville experience begins with complimentary breakfast at your hotel, followed by the Nashville City Tour. On this tour, you will visit the Ryman Auditorium, the Wild Horse Saloon, and the Grand Ole Opry. Dinner will be provided at a local restaurant, before you head off to the Grand Ole Opry for a live show. The third day offers you free time to explore the city at your leisure, as well as tickets to the biggest country music show of the year, the 43rd Annual Country Music Awards. Travel to the show is provided in a motor coach, and you will also enjoy the Red Carpet Treatment before heading inside the theater for the show. On your last day in Nashville, you will be treated to a complimentary breakfast before heading home with great memories of Nashville.

These two vacation packages offered by make it easy for you to share in the magic of the evening with the biggest names in country music!

Grand Ole Opry Country Music Show - Nashville
Justin Turner was the highlight of the show and performed three of his top hits - I had tears in my eyes when the show first started just because of the history of the Grand Ole Opry. We definitely got our money's worth!
Laurie Watje - Cedar Falls, IA
Grand Ole Opry Country Music Show - Nashville
It was great! Had good seating for 4 of us. The audience contained 1,200 ER nurses in town and the show recognized the military personnel which was very nice. Thank you for your assistance. Mary
Mary Bakke - Salem, OR
Grand Ole Opry Country Music Show - Nashville
We loved it! We were staying across the way from the Grand Ole Opry and drove downtown to see Printer's Alley. Once we walked a ways we passed the Ryman Auditorium and took pictures. We spent the day on Broadway and were very confused to find out we had to go back where we had been all day to see the Grand Ole Opry Show at the Ryman. We were thrilled to experience both the Grand Ole Opry and and the Grand Ole Opry Show at the Ryman. We were thrilled with Nashville!
Michelle Reavis - Nickerson, KS
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