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September 2015 Nashville Events

  • Monday, September 7
    Labor Day Weekend in Nashville, TN
    Enjoy the last weekend of the summer in the exciting city of Nashville.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
    Fan of country music? Traveling in Nashville Tennessee looking for exciting and interesting entertainment? Then jump on the bang wagon that's touring the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum for an extraordinary experience.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    The Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson
    Coma and see history live and in person with a guided tour of the late President Andrew Jackson's home, named the Hermitage, and see the residence of our country's seventh president perfectly preserved since the early 1800s for future generations.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Grand Legends Tour
    A trip to The Grand Ole Opry is usually high on the list of most people and you can take in the amazing stage where country legends have performed before the indoor boat ride of the Gaylord Opryland Resort.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Discover Nashville Inclusive Tour
    Take the Discover Nashville Inclusive Tour for a close-up look at Nashville's most popular attractions, including Music Row, Riverfront Park, Fort Nashborough, and Historic Downtown Nashville, plus admission to Ryman Auditorium and the Country Music Hall of Fame.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Homes of the Stars Tour
    Catch a glimpse of your favorite country music star as you tour the residential neighborhoods of the music legends, taking in the lush scenery and lavish lifestyles of country music's greatest.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Historic Tennessee Tour
    Nashville, Tennessee is a state full of natural history, which can be enjoyed by guests of the Historic Tennessee Tour that includes visits to two mansions, Belle Meade and the Hermitage, and a tasting at the Winery at Belle Meade.


  • Thursday, September 3 - Thursday, September 24
    Jack Daniels Tour
    Jack Daniel's is a world famous brand of whiskey and now you can see it come to life by getting up close in personal with a tour that shows how the whiskey is made, as well as learning about the man behind the success and seeing the town of Lynchburg where it all started.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Tuesday, September 29
    Grand Ole Opry Country Music Show - Nashville
    The Grand Ole Opry started in 1925 as a radio show and has now grown into a live phenomenon that honors country music and its rich history and features a mixture of country music legends and current chart toppers.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Nashville Nightlife Dinner Theater
    Music and food is one of the best mixes for a good night out which is utilized to the fullest in the Nashville Nightlife Dinner Theater which will provide you with a good mix of country music and food.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Nashville Zoo
    With everything from giraffes to tigers to kangaroos and everything in-between, visitors to the Nashville Zoo will have an entire day of fun for the whole family viewing more than 2,000 different animals.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Belle Meade Plantation Tour
    Step back in time to a date that precedes the United States Civil War. Dating back to 1853, the Belle Meade Plantation is filled with a rich history that contains both glamorous stories and also a darker history pertaining to the slave era.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Music City Trolley Hop
    This unique trolley tour is fun for the entire family. The trolley will go to all the hot spots of Nashville giving the guests the opportunity to hop off the trolley to visit their favorite spots.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    All About Nashville Attraction Pass
    You will save a lot of money on this All About Nashville Attraction Pass event that will provide you with a lot of great country music entertainment with a 2 day pass.


  • Monday, September 7 - Monday, September 28
    Tribute to the King: Thru The Years 53-77
    Elvis still reigns as king of rock ‘n roll in this tribute show featuring John Beardsley performing thirty of Elvis’s biggest hits spanning his beginnings at Sun Records to his Las Vegas concerts.


  • Wednesday, September 2 - Wednesday, September 30
    Civil War Tour: The Battle of Franklin
    The Civil War Battle of Franklin comes to life in this tour that takes the visitor to the historic battlefield, where 9,500 soldiers lost their lives in five hours, as well as other significant landmarks of the conflict, including the Carter House and Carnton Plantation.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    General Jackson Showboat Lunch & Dinner Cruises
    Take a stroll down the gorgeous Cumberland River in Nashville, Tennessee in one of the world's largest showboats. In addition to witnessing some beautiful scenery and learning of the history of the city, guests will be able to enjoy a delicious meal.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Nashville Nights and Lights Tour with Dinner
    Unlike other sightseeing tours, the Nashville Nights and Lights Tour with Dinner will allow you and your family to experience the beautiful city of Nashville at night as it is lit up by all the beautiful lights of the city.


  • Sunday, September 6 - Sunday, September 27
    'Nashville' Tv Show Tour
    If you're a fan of the hit television show, "Nashville", then come to the "Nashville" TV Show Tour, and see exact locations of where your favorite actors and actresses played their role in the hit show.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Willie Nelson & Friends Museum & General Store
    Visit the Willie Nelson and Friends Museum and General Store today to explore a self guided tour of more than 30 of country musics' famous performers personal and unique items, and shop Nashville's largest selection of souvenirs and gifts.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Honky Tonk Bar Pass
    Emerge into the honky tonk atmosphere with the honky tonk bar pass which consists of three 15 dollar vouchers that are to be spent on food and drinks at three different establishments along honky tonk row.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Hatch Show Print Tour
    The Hatch family printing business is one of the most famous companies in Nashville having been in operation since 1879 and produced posters for some of the most famous circuses, performers and businesses in the area who all get a mention on this tour.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Musician Hall of Fame
    For people that love music, Musician Hall of Fame is the event that will present you with some of the best music that you will ever hear at the event.


  • Thursday, September 3 - Sunday, September 27
    Nashville Double Decker Bus Tour
    The guided Nashville Double Decker Bus Tour lets you circle Nashville and see famous sites of interest without the hassle of navigating crowded city streets; drive to sites such as the Parthenon replica, Union Station, and the Nashville Convention Center.


  • Friday, September 4 - Sunday, September 13
    Nashville Shores Water Park
    Nashville Shores Water Park is a family fun place to take a break from the music in one million gallons of water that holds eight slides, a wave pool, and plenty of wet and wild adventure for all ages.


  • Saturday, September 5 - Sunday, September 27
    Nashville Zipline & Treetop Adventure Park at Nashville Shores
    The Nashville Zipline & Treetop Adventure Park at Nashville Shores is a great experience for you and your entire family to take part in while visiting Nashville, and you will be able enjoy the day and the beautiful outdoors.


  • Thursday, September 3 - Monday, September 28
    Nashville Night Trolley Tour
    See the city lights sparkle and listen to the music as you explore Nashville, TN, on the Nashville Night Trolley Tour, a unique way to explore the nightlife of Tennessee's state capital and the country music capital of the world.


  • Wednesday, September 2 - Wednesday, September 30
    Taste of Nashville Culinary Food Walking Tour
    Imagine an exciting tour of downtown Nashville and the chance to try food at five to six different restaurants. Learn the history of the city while trying barbecue food, salads, pizza and desserts at small shops and local restaurants. An exciting way to spend the day in downtown Nashville.


  • Saturday, September 5 - Saturday, September 26
    Memphis Day Trip
    Memphis Day Trip is an all day bus tour of Memphis, TN, the city that birthed the Blues, where you will see Elvis Presley's home Graceland, historic Sun Studios, dazzling Beale Street, and the mighty Mississippi River.


October 2015 Nashville Events

  • Saturday, October 3
    Grand Ole Opry returns to its original home The Ryman Auditorium
    85 years ago, the Grand Ole Opry Country Music Show began at the Ryman Auditorium.


  • Saturday, October 10 - Sunday, October 11
    Opry's Birthday Bash Weekend


  • Thursday, October 1 - Saturday, October 31
    Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
    Fan of country music? Traveling in Nashville Tennessee looking for exciting and interesting entertainment? Then jump on the bang wagon that's touring the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum for an extraordinary experience.


  • Thursday, October 1 - Saturday, October 31
    The Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson
    Coma and see history live and in person with a guided tour of the late President Andrew Jackson's home, named the Hermitage, and see the residence of our country's seventh president perfectly preserved since the early 1800s for future generations.


  • Thursday, October 1 - Saturday, October 31
    Grand Legends Tour
    A trip to The Grand Ole Opry is usually high on the list of most people and you can take in the amazing stage where country legends have performed before the indoor boat ride of the Gaylord Opryland Resort.


  • Thursday, October 1 - Saturday, October 31
    Discover Nashville Inclusive Tour
    Take the Discover Nashville Inclusive Tour for a close-up look at Nashville's most popular attractions, including Music Row, Riverfront Park, Fort Nashborough, and Historic Downtown Nashville, plus admission to Ryman Auditorium and the Country Music Hall of Fame.


  • Thursday, October 1 - Saturday, October 31
    Homes of the Stars Tour
    Catch a glimpse of your favorite country music star as you tour the residential neighborhoods of the music legends, taking in the lush scenery and lavish lifestyles of country music's greatest.


  • Thursday, October 1 - Saturday, October 31
    Historic Tennessee Tour
    Nashville, Tennessee is a state full of natural history, which can be enjoyed by guests of the Historic Tennessee Tour that includes visits to two mansions, Belle Meade and the Hermitage, and a tasting at the Winery at Belle Meade.


  • Thursday, October 1 - Thursday, October 29
    Jack Daniels Tour
    Jack Daniel's is a world famous brand of whiskey and now you can see it come to life by getting up close in personal with a tour that shows how the whiskey is made, as well as learning about the man behind the success and seeing the town of Lynchburg where it all started.


  • Friday, October 2 - Saturday, October 31
    Grand Ole Opry Country Music Show - Nashville
    The Grand Ole Opry started in 1925 as a radio show and has now grown into a live phenomenon that honors country music and its rich history and features a mixture of country music legends and current chart toppers.


  • Thursday, October 1 - Saturday, October 31
    Ryman Auditorium Tours
    Those inclined to do tours at their own tempo can take a self-guided tour of Ryman Auditorium with a pair of headphones and learn facts about this historic home of great music performances that can only be appreciated in person.


  • Thursday, October 1 - Saturday, October 31
    Nashville Nightlife Dinner Theater
    Music and food is one of the best mixes for a good night out which is utilized to the fullest in the Nashville Nightlife Dinner Theater which will provide you with a good mix of country music and food.


  • Thursday, October 1 - Saturday, October 31
    Nashville Zoo
    With everything from giraffes to tigers to kangaroos and everything in-between, visitors to the Nashville Zoo will have an entire day of fun for the whole family viewing more than 2,000 different animals.


  • Thursday, October 1 - Saturday, October 31
    Belle Meade Plantation Tour
    Step back in time to a date that precedes the United States Civil War. Dating back to 1853, the Belle Meade Plantation is filled with a rich history that contains both glamorous stories and also a darker history pertaining to the slave era.


  • Thursday, October 1 - Saturday, October 31
    Music City Trolley Hop
    This unique trolley tour is fun for the entire family. The trolley will go to all the hot spots of Nashville giving the guests the opportunity to hop off the trolley to visit their favorite spots.


  • Thursday, October 1 - Saturday, October 31
    All About Nashville Attraction Pass
    You will save a lot of money on this All About Nashville Attraction Pass event that will provide you with a lot of great country music entertainment with a 2 day pass.


  • Thursday, October 1 - Thursday, October 29
    Tribute to the King: Thru The Years 53-77
    Elvis still reigns as king of rock ‘n roll in this tribute show featuring John Beardsley performing thirty of Elvis’s biggest hits spanning his beginnings at Sun Records to his Las Vegas concerts.


  • Wednesday, October 7 - Wednesday, October 28
    Civil War Tour: The Battle of Franklin
    The Civil War Battle of Franklin comes to life in this tour that takes the visitor to the historic battlefield, where 9,500 soldiers lost their lives in five hours, as well as other significant landmarks of the conflict, including the Carter House and Carnton Plantation.


  • Thursday, October 1 - Saturday, October 31
    General Jackson Showboat Lunch & Dinner Cruises
    Take a stroll down the gorgeous Cumberland River in Nashville, Tennessee in one of the world's largest showboats. In addition to witnessing some beautiful scenery and learning of the history of the city, guests will be able to enjoy a delicious meal.


  • Thursday, October 1 - Thursday, October 29
    Opry Country Classics
    Opry Country Classics is a great way to experience country legends new and old hosted by the legendary Larry Gatlin and is an amazing way to enjoy bluegrass and hit country tunes that pull everyone back to the old days!


  • Thursday, October 1 - Saturday, October 31
    Nashville Nights and Lights Tour with Dinner
    Unlike other sightseeing tours, the Nashville Nights and Lights Tour with Dinner will allow you and your family to experience the beautiful city of Nashville at night as it is lit up by all the beautiful lights of the city.


  • Thursday, October 1 - Sunday, October 25
    'Nashville' Tv Show Tour
    If you're a fan of the hit television show, "Nashville", then come to the "Nashville" TV Show Tour, and see exact locations of where your favorite actors and actresses played their role in the hit show.


  • Thursday, October 1 - Saturday, October 31
    Willie Nelson & Friends Museum & General Store
    Visit the Willie Nelson and Friends Museum and General Store today to explore a self guided tour of more than 30 of country musics' famous performers personal and unique items, and shop Nashville's largest selection of souvenirs and gifts.


  • Thursday, October 1 - Saturday, October 31
    Honky Tonk Bar Pass
    Emerge into the honky tonk atmosphere with the honky tonk bar pass which consists of three 15 dollar vouchers that are to be spent on food and drinks at three different establishments along honky tonk row.


  • Thursday, October 1 - Friday, October 30
    Hatch Show Print Tour
    The Hatch family printing business is one of the most famous companies in Nashville having been in operation since 1879 and produced posters for some of the most famous circuses, performers and businesses in the area who all get a mention on this tour.


  • Thursday, October 1 - Thursday, October 22
    Musician Hall of Fame
    For people that love music, Musician Hall of Fame is the event that will present you with some of the best music that you will ever hear at the event.


  • Thursday, October 1 - Saturday, October 31
    Nashville Double Decker Bus Tour
    The guided Nashville Double Decker Bus Tour lets you circle Nashville and see famous sites of interest without the hassle of navigating crowded city streets; drive to sites such as the Parthenon replica, Union Station, and the Nashville Convention Center.


  • Saturday, October 3 - Saturday, October 31
    Nashville Zipline & Treetop Adventure Park at Nashville Shores
    The Nashville Zipline & Treetop Adventure Park at Nashville Shores is a great experience for you and your entire family to take part in while visiting Nashville, and you will be able enjoy the day and the beautiful outdoors.


  • Thursday, October 1 - Saturday, October 31
    Nashville Night Trolley Tour
    See the city lights sparkle and listen to the music as you explore Nashville, TN, on the Nashville Night Trolley Tour, a unique way to explore the nightlife of Tennessee's state capital and the country music capital of the world.


  • Friday, October 2 - Friday, October 30
    Taste of Nashville Culinary Food Walking Tour
    Imagine an exciting tour of downtown Nashville and the chance to try food at five to six different restaurants. Learn the history of the city while trying barbecue food, salads, pizza and desserts at small shops and local restaurants. An exciting way to spend the day in downtown Nashville.


  • Saturday, October 3 - Saturday, October 31
    Memphis Day Trip
    Memphis Day Trip is an all day bus tour of Memphis, TN, the city that birthed the Blues, where you will see Elvis Presley's home Graceland, historic Sun Studios, dazzling Beale Street, and the mighty Mississippi River.


November 2015 Nashville Events

  • Wednesday, November 11
    Veterans Day in Nashville, TN
    Nashville, Tennessee is well-known for having one of the best Veterans' Day parades in the South.


  • Saturday, November 21 - Sunday, November 22
    Christmas at Belmont University in Nashville, TN
    A prestigious annual event, Christmas at Belmont University in Nashville, TN is a televised concert that celebrates the holidays in style.


  • Thursday, November 26
    Thanksgiving in Nashville, TN
    Thanksgiving brings warm, homey thoughts of lavish dinners, family and friends and football.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
    Fan of country music? Traveling in Nashville Tennessee looking for exciting and interesting entertainment? Then jump on the bang wagon that's touring the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum for an extraordinary experience.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    The Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson
    Coma and see history live and in person with a guided tour of the late President Andrew Jackson's home, named the Hermitage, and see the residence of our country's seventh president perfectly preserved since the early 1800s for future generations.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    Discover Nashville Inclusive Tour
    Take the Discover Nashville Inclusive Tour for a close-up look at Nashville's most popular attractions, including Music Row, Riverfront Park, Fort Nashborough, and Historic Downtown Nashville, plus admission to Ryman Auditorium and the Country Music Hall of Fame.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    Homes of the Stars Tour
    Catch a glimpse of your favorite country music star as you tour the residential neighborhoods of the music legends, taking in the lush scenery and lavish lifestyles of country music's greatest.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    Historic Tennessee Tour
    Nashville, Tennessee is a state full of natural history, which can be enjoyed by guests of the Historic Tennessee Tour that includes visits to two mansions, Belle Meade and the Hermitage, and a tasting at the Winery at Belle Meade.


  • Tuesday, November 3 - Saturday, November 28
    Grand Ole Opry Country Music Show - Nashville
    The Grand Ole Opry started in 1925 as a radio show and has now grown into a live phenomenon that honors country music and its rich history and features a mixture of country music legends and current chart toppers.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    Ryman Auditorium Tours
    Those inclined to do tours at their own tempo can take a self-guided tour of Ryman Auditorium with a pair of headphones and learn facts about this historic home of great music performances that can only be appreciated in person.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    Nashville Nightlife Dinner Theater
    Music and food is one of the best mixes for a good night out which is utilized to the fullest in the Nashville Nightlife Dinner Theater which will provide you with a good mix of country music and food.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    Nashville Zoo
    With everything from giraffes to tigers to kangaroos and everything in-between, visitors to the Nashville Zoo will have an entire day of fun for the whole family viewing more than 2,000 different animals.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    Belle Meade Plantation Tour
    Step back in time to a date that precedes the United States Civil War. Dating back to 1853, the Belle Meade Plantation is filled with a rich history that contains both glamorous stories and also a darker history pertaining to the slave era.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    Music City Trolley Hop
    This unique trolley tour is fun for the entire family. The trolley will go to all the hot spots of Nashville giving the guests the opportunity to hop off the trolley to visit their favorite spots.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    All About Nashville Attraction Pass
    You will save a lot of money on this All About Nashville Attraction Pass event that will provide you with a lot of great country music entertainment with a 2 day pass.


  • Wednesday, November 4 - Wednesday, November 25
    Civil War Tour: The Battle of Franklin
    The Civil War Battle of Franklin comes to life in this tour that takes the visitor to the historic battlefield, where 9,500 soldiers lost their lives in five hours, as well as other significant landmarks of the conflict, including the Carter House and Carnton Plantation.


  • Friday, November 6 - Monday, November 30
    General Jackson Showboat Lunch & Dinner Cruises
    Take a stroll down the gorgeous Cumberland River in Nashville, Tennessee in one of the world's largest showboats. In addition to witnessing some beautiful scenery and learning of the history of the city, guests will be able to enjoy a delicious meal.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    Nashville Nights and Lights Tour with Dinner
    Unlike other sightseeing tours, the Nashville Nights and Lights Tour with Dinner will allow you and your family to experience the beautiful city of Nashville at night as it is lit up by all the beautiful lights of the city.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Sunday, November 29
    'Nashville' Tv Show Tour
    If you're a fan of the hit television show, "Nashville", then come to the "Nashville" TV Show Tour, and see exact locations of where your favorite actors and actresses played their role in the hit show.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    Willie Nelson & Friends Museum & General Store
    Visit the Willie Nelson and Friends Museum and General Store today to explore a self guided tour of more than 30 of country musics' famous performers personal and unique items, and shop Nashville's largest selection of souvenirs and gifts.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    Honky Tonk Bar Pass
    Emerge into the honky tonk atmosphere with the honky tonk bar pass which consists of three 15 dollar vouchers that are to be spent on food and drinks at three different establishments along honky tonk row.


  • Monday, November 2 - Monday, November 30
    Hatch Show Print Tour
    The Hatch family printing business is one of the most famous companies in Nashville having been in operation since 1879 and produced posters for some of the most famous circuses, performers and businesses in the area who all get a mention on this tour.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Sunday, November 29
    Nashville Double Decker Bus Tour
    The guided Nashville Double Decker Bus Tour lets you circle Nashville and see famous sites of interest without the hassle of navigating crowded city streets; drive to sites such as the Parthenon replica, Union Station, and the Nashville Convention Center.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Sunday, November 29
    Nashville Zipline & Treetop Adventure Park at Nashville Shores
    The Nashville Zipline & Treetop Adventure Park at Nashville Shores is a great experience for you and your entire family to take part in while visiting Nashville, and you will be able enjoy the day and the beautiful outdoors.


  • Monday, November 2 - Monday, November 30
    Nashville Night Trolley Tour
    See the city lights sparkle and listen to the music as you explore Nashville, TN, on the Nashville Night Trolley Tour, a unique way to explore the nightlife of Tennessee's state capital and the country music capital of the world.


  • Monday, November 2 - Monday, November 30
    Taste of Nashville Culinary Food Walking Tour
    Imagine an exciting tour of downtown Nashville and the chance to try food at five to six different restaurants. Learn the history of the city while trying barbecue food, salads, pizza and desserts at small shops and local restaurants. An exciting way to spend the day in downtown Nashville.


  • Saturday, November 7 - Saturday, November 28
    Memphis Day Trip
    Memphis Day Trip is an all day bus tour of Memphis, TN, the city that birthed the Blues, where you will see Elvis Presley's home Graceland, historic Sun Studios, dazzling Beale Street, and the mighty Mississippi River.


December 2015 Nashville Events

  • Saturday, December 12
    A Victorian Christmas at the Belle Meade Plantation in Nashville, TN
    Known as one of the grandest of Tennessee plantations, Belle Meade is at its best during the winter season- especially during its Victorian Christmas celebration.


  • Friday, December 25
    Christmas in Nashville, TN
    From fun-filled activities to holiday cheer, Nashville is one of the most spectacular places to spend your Christmas!


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
    Fan of country music? Traveling in Nashville Tennessee looking for exciting and interesting entertainment? Then jump on the bang wagon that's touring the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum for an extraordinary experience.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    The Hermitage, Home of President Andrew Jackson
    Coma and see history live and in person with a guided tour of the late President Andrew Jackson's home, named the Hermitage, and see the residence of our country's seventh president perfectly preserved since the early 1800s for future generations.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    Discover Nashville Inclusive Tour
    Take the Discover Nashville Inclusive Tour for a close-up look at Nashville's most popular attractions, including Music Row, Riverfront Park, Fort Nashborough, and Historic Downtown Nashville, plus admission to Ryman Auditorium and the Country Music Hall of Fame.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    Homes of the Stars Tour
    Catch a glimpse of your favorite country music star as you tour the residential neighborhoods of the music legends, taking in the lush scenery and lavish lifestyles of country music's greatest.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    Historic Tennessee Tour
    Nashville, Tennessee is a state full of natural history, which can be enjoyed by guests of the Historic Tennessee Tour that includes visits to two mansions, Belle Meade and the Hermitage, and a tasting at the Winery at Belle Meade.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Saturday, December 26
    Grand Ole Opry Country Music Show - Nashville
    The Grand Ole Opry started in 1925 as a radio show and has now grown into a live phenomenon that honors country music and its rich history and features a mixture of country music legends and current chart toppers.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    Ryman Auditorium Tours
    Those inclined to do tours at their own tempo can take a self-guided tour of Ryman Auditorium with a pair of headphones and learn facts about this historic home of great music performances that can only be appreciated in person.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Sunday, December 20
    Nashville Nightlife Dinner Theater
    Music and food is one of the best mixes for a good night out which is utilized to the fullest in the Nashville Nightlife Dinner Theater which will provide you with a good mix of country music and food.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    Nashville Zoo
    With everything from giraffes to tigers to kangaroos and everything in-between, visitors to the Nashville Zoo will have an entire day of fun for the whole family viewing more than 2,000 different animals.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Wednesday, December 30
    Belle Meade Plantation Tour
    Step back in time to a date that precedes the United States Civil War. Dating back to 1853, the Belle Meade Plantation is filled with a rich history that contains both glamorous stories and also a darker history pertaining to the slave era.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    Music City Trolley Hop
    This unique trolley tour is fun for the entire family. The trolley will go to all the hot spots of Nashville giving the guests the opportunity to hop off the trolley to visit their favorite spots.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    All About Nashville Attraction Pass
    You will save a lot of money on this All About Nashville Attraction Pass event that will provide you with a lot of great country music entertainment with a 2 day pass.


  • Wednesday, December 2 - Wednesday, December 30
    Civil War Tour: The Battle of Franklin
    The Civil War Battle of Franklin comes to life in this tour that takes the visitor to the historic battlefield, where 9,500 soldiers lost their lives in five hours, as well as other significant landmarks of the conflict, including the Carter House and Carnton Plantation.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 24
    General Jackson Showboat Lunch & Dinner Cruises
    Take a stroll down the gorgeous Cumberland River in Nashville, Tennessee in one of the world's largest showboats. In addition to witnessing some beautiful scenery and learning of the history of the city, guests will be able to enjoy a delicious meal.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    Nashville Christmas Lights Tour
    Tour the various neighborhoods of Nashville, TN on the Nashville Christmas Lights Tour, where you will see the wondrous display of holiday decorations and magically bright expressions of Nashville's Christmas spirit.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    Nashville Nights and Lights Tour with Dinner
    Unlike other sightseeing tours, the Nashville Nights and Lights Tour with Dinner will allow you and your family to experience the beautiful city of Nashville at night as it is lit up by all the beautiful lights of the city.


  • Sunday, December 6 - Sunday, December 27
    'Nashville' Tv Show Tour
    If you're a fan of the hit television show, "Nashville", then come to the "Nashville" TV Show Tour, and see exact locations of where your favorite actors and actresses played their role in the hit show.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    Willie Nelson & Friends Museum & General Store
    Visit the Willie Nelson and Friends Museum and General Store today to explore a self guided tour of more than 30 of country musics' famous performers personal and unique items, and shop Nashville's largest selection of souvenirs and gifts.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    Honky Tonk Bar Pass
    Emerge into the honky tonk atmosphere with the honky tonk bar pass which consists of three 15 dollar vouchers that are to be spent on food and drinks at three different establishments along honky tonk row.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    Hatch Show Print Tour
    The Hatch family printing business is one of the most famous companies in Nashville having been in operation since 1879 and produced posters for some of the most famous circuses, performers and businesses in the area who all get a mention on this tour.


  • Wednesday, December 2 - Wednesday, December 23
    Amy Grant & Vince Gill Christmas At The Ryman
    Amy Grant and Vince Gill join in musical harmony in this night of musical hits from Amy and Vince's musical past along with a selection of favorite contemporary Christian music from Amy's past.


  • Thursday, December 3 - Thursday, December 31
    Nashville Night Trolley Tour
    See the city lights sparkle and listen to the music as you explore Nashville, TN, on the Nashville Night Trolley Tour, a unique way to explore the nightlife of Tennessee's state capital and the country music capital of the world.


  • Wednesday, December 2 - Wednesday, December 30
    Taste of Nashville Culinary Food Walking Tour
    Imagine an exciting tour of downtown Nashville and the chance to try food at five to six different restaurants. Learn the history of the city while trying barbecue food, salads, pizza and desserts at small shops and local restaurants. An exciting way to spend the day in downtown Nashville.


  • Saturday, December 5 - Saturday, December 26
    Memphis Day Trip
    Memphis Day Trip is an all day bus tour of Memphis, TN, the city that birthed the Blues, where you will see Elvis Presley's home Graceland, historic Sun Studios, dazzling Beale Street, and the mighty Mississippi River.


January 2016 Nashville Events

  • Friday, January 1
    New Year's Day in Nashville, TN
    Those looking for more than the usual New Year's celebrations need look no further than Nashville.


  • Friday, January 1 - Sunday, January 31
    Discover Nashville Inclusive Tour
    Take the Discover Nashville Inclusive Tour for a close-up look at Nashville's most popular attractions, including Music Row, Riverfront Park, Fort Nashborough, and Historic Downtown Nashville, plus admission to Ryman Auditorium and the Country Music Hall of Fame.


  • Friday, January 1 - Sunday, January 31
    Homes of the Stars Tour
    Catch a glimpse of your favorite country music star as you tour the residential neighborhoods of the music legends, taking in the lush scenery and lavish lifestyles of country music's greatest.


  • Friday, January 1 - Sunday, January 31
    Historic Tennessee Tour
    Nashville, Tennessee is a state full of natural history, which can be enjoyed by guests of the Historic Tennessee Tour that includes visits to two mansions, Belle Meade and the Hermitage, and a tasting at the Winery at Belle Meade.


  • Friday, January 1 - Sunday, January 31
    Music City Trolley Hop
    This unique trolley tour is fun for the entire family. The trolley will go to all the hot spots of Nashville giving the guests the opportunity to hop off the trolley to visit their favorite spots.


  • Friday, January 1 - Sunday, January 31
    All About Nashville Attraction Pass
    You will save a lot of money on this All About Nashville Attraction Pass event that will provide you with a lot of great country music entertainment with a 2 day pass.


  • Wednesday, January 6 - Wednesday, January 27
    Civil War Tour: The Battle of Franklin
    The Civil War Battle of Franklin comes to life in this tour that takes the visitor to the historic battlefield, where 9,500 soldiers lost their lives in five hours, as well as other significant landmarks of the conflict, including the Carter House and Carnton Plantation.


  • Friday, January 1 - Sunday, January 31
    Nashville Nights and Lights Tour with Dinner
    Unlike other sightseeing tours, the Nashville Nights and Lights Tour with Dinner will allow you and your family to experience the beautiful city of Nashville at night as it is lit up by all the beautiful lights of the city.


  • Sunday, January 3 - Sunday, January 31
    'Nashville' Tv Show Tour
    If you're a fan of the hit television show, "Nashville", then come to the "Nashville" TV Show Tour, and see exact locations of where your favorite actors and actresses played their role in the hit show.


  • Friday, January 1 - Saturday, January 30
    Nashville Night Trolley Tour
    See the city lights sparkle and listen to the music as you explore Nashville, TN, on the Nashville Night Trolley Tour, a unique way to explore the nightlife of Tennessee's state capital and the country music capital of the world.


  • Friday, January 1 - Friday, January 29
    Taste of Nashville Culinary Food Walking Tour
    Imagine an exciting tour of downtown Nashville and the chance to try food at five to six different restaurants. Learn the history of the city while trying barbecue food, salads, pizza and desserts at small shops and local restaurants. An exciting way to spend the day in downtown Nashville.


  • Saturday, January 2 - Saturday, January 30
    Memphis Day Trip
    Memphis Day Trip is an all day bus tour of Memphis, TN, the city that birthed the Blues, where you will see Elvis Presley's home Graceland, historic Sun Studios, dazzling Beale Street, and the mighty Mississippi River.


February 2016 Nashville Events

  • Sunday, February 14
    Valentine's Day in Nashville, TN
    A trip to Nashville is the perfect Valentine's Day gift for the country music lover in your life.


  • Monday, February 1 - Monday, February 29
    Grand Legends Tour
    A trip to The Grand Ole Opry is usually high on the list of most people and you can take in the amazing stage where country legends have performed before the indoor boat ride of the Gaylord Opryland Resort.


  • Monday, February 1 - Monday, February 29
    Discover Nashville Inclusive Tour
    Take the Discover Nashville Inclusive Tour for a close-up look at Nashville's most popular attractions, including Music Row, Riverfront Park, Fort Nashborough, and Historic Downtown Nashville, plus admission to Ryman Auditorium and the Country Music Hall of Fame.


  • Monday, February 1 - Monday, February 29
    Homes of the Stars Tour
    Catch a glimpse of your favorite country music star as you tour the residential neighborhoods of the music legends, taking in the lush scenery and lavish lifestyles of country music's greatest.


  • Monday, February 1 - Monday, February 29
    Historic Tennessee Tour
    Nashville, Tennessee is a state full of natural history, which can be enjoyed by guests of the Historic Tennessee Tour that includes visits to two mansions, Belle Meade and the Hermitage, and a tasting at the Winery at Belle Meade.


  • Monday, February 1 - Monday, February 29
    Music City Trolley Hop
    This unique trolley tour is fun for the entire family. The trolley will go to all the hot spots of Nashville giving the guests the opportunity to hop off the trolley to visit their favorite spots.


  • Monday, February 1 - Monday, February 29
    All About Nashville Attraction Pass
    You will save a lot of money on this All About Nashville Attraction Pass event that will provide you with a lot of great country music entertainment with a 2 day pass.


  • Wednesday, February 3 - Wednesday, February 24
    Civil War Tour: The Battle of Franklin
    The Civil War Battle of Franklin comes to life in this tour that takes the visitor to the historic battlefield, where 9,500 soldiers lost their lives in five hours, as well as other significant landmarks of the conflict, including the Carter House and Carnton Plantation.


  • Monday, February 1 - Monday, February 29
    Nashville Nights and Lights Tour with Dinner
    Unlike other sightseeing tours, the Nashville Nights and Lights Tour with Dinner will allow you and your family to experience the beautiful city of Nashville at night as it is lit up by all the beautiful lights of the city.


  • Sunday, February 7 - Sunday, February 28
    'Nashville' Tv Show Tour
    If you're a fan of the hit television show, "Nashville", then come to the "Nashville" TV Show Tour, and see exact locations of where your favorite actors and actresses played their role in the hit show.


  • Monday, February 1 - Saturday, February 27
    Nashville Night Trolley Tour
    See the city lights sparkle and listen to the music as you explore Nashville, TN, on the Nashville Night Trolley Tour, a unique way to explore the nightlife of Tennessee's state capital and the country music capital of the world.


  • Monday, February 1 - Monday, February 29
    Taste of Nashville Culinary Food Walking Tour
    Imagine an exciting tour of downtown Nashville and the chance to try food at five to six different restaurants. Learn the history of the city while trying barbecue food, salads, pizza and desserts at small shops and local restaurants. An exciting way to spend the day in downtown Nashville.


  • Saturday, February 6 - Saturday, February 27
    Memphis Day Trip
    Memphis Day Trip is an all day bus tour of Memphis, TN, the city that birthed the Blues, where you will see Elvis Presley's home Graceland, historic Sun Studios, dazzling Beale Street, and the mighty Mississippi River.


May 2016 Nashville Events

  • Monday, May 30
    Memorial Day in Nashville, TN
    Head off for a getaway to Music City, USA to kick off your summer on a Memorial Day weekend trip to Nashville, TN.


July 2016 Nashville Events

  • Monday, July 4
    4th of July Nashville, TN
    Have yourself one grand old time by visiting Nashville, TN for the 4th of July this year.


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