Music Valley Village is a destination that can't be missed in Nashville, Tennessee.
The shopping center includes many country western stores, two large theaters and the famous Ernest Tubb Record Shop. The Ernest Tubb Record Shop was founded by the legendary Ernest Tubb more than 60 years ago. It specializes in the country music that makes Nashville so famous around the world. Music Valley Village is also home to the Midnite Jamboree which is the second oldest radio broadcast in the United States. It airs after the Grand Ole Opry on Saturday nights.
The two theaters, the Stardust Theater and the Texas Troubadour Theater each seat 600 people. The Stardust Theater regularly features country and western singers and dancers. It also has a wide variety of other shows including other types of music and comedy performances. If you are in town on Sunday then the Cowboy Church at the Texas Troubadour Theater is not to be missed. The Nashville Cowboy Church is an exciting interdenominational church service that regularly features different country singers. This unique service is broadcast in over 100 countries and is an event each and every Sunday morning that should not be missed.
Music Valley Village is part of the larger Music Valley community of Nashville. Music Valley has something for every visitor, whether you are looking for lodging, food, music or fun. It is a fun place to visit to experience the culture that makes Nashville unique and while you are there, Music Valley Village has many eclectic merchants with unique souvenirs to take home from your visit.