Nashville, the "Music Capital of the World" - Here's your opportunity to explore what this city has to offer and go behind-the-scenes for private tours!

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Sunday, August 6th
 

Tennessee Whiskey Tours
1:00pm - 3:00pm and 3:00pm - 5:00pm
$40 per person; per tour
As one of the first states to pass a prohibition law, Tennessee’s distilleries in the hills and hollers basically owned the market from 1838 until 1933, when the 21st Amendment to the US Constitution was finally passed and ratified. After more than 80 years of Post-Prohibition freedom, heck, some of these our counties are still dry - join us for a journey back in time and sample the finest old and new batch recipes in the nation. Tennessee Whiskey Tours will give you a generous pour of history, tradition and ingenuity. Each tour will visit a different distillery in the Nashville area and give you a taste of the finest whiskey on either side of the Mississippi.
**Transportation will be provided by the tour company. Buses will depart from Omni Hotel 5th Ave. entrance at 12:45pm for the 1:00pm tour and 2:45pm for the 3:00pm tour.**
 
Nashville Food Adventure
1:00pm - 3:00pm
$55 per person
This food tour will give you the best tastes of Nashville! First stop will be at a fun, hipster place featured on many TV shows. The next stop will be a nice picnic near the Parthenon. The tour will end at Bicentennial Mall for flight a local beers! The tour features some fresh air picnic-style meals at places that are important parts of Nashville's fabric.
**Transportation will be provided by the tour company. Buses will depart from Omni Hotel 5th Ave. entrance at 12:45pm.**
 
Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC) Venue Tour
1:00pm - 3:00pm
$10 per person
TPAC occupies an entire city block and includes the Tennessee State Museum. The idea for this large-scale performing arts facility was proposed by Martha Rivers Ingram in 1972. This performing arts center includes four performance venues including the historic landmark, War Memorial Auditorium. It presents a series of Broadway shows and provideds educational programs.
**Transportation will be provided. Buses will depart from Omni Hotel 5th Ave. entrance at 12:45pm.**
 
Ascend Amphitheater Venue Tour
**Subject to the availability of venue.**
1:00pm - 3:00pm
$10 per person
Ascend Amphitheater is an open-air event venue set inside the Metro Riverfront Park. The amphitheater opened in July 2015 for a capacity of 6,800. It is currently operated by LiveNation.
**Transportation will be provided. Buses will depart from Omni Hotel 5th Ave. entrance at 12:45pm.**
 
Bridgestone Arena Venue Tour
**Subject to the availability of venue.**
1:00pm - 3:00pm
$10 per person
Bridgestone Arena opened in December 1996 and has hosted more than 13 million guests. It is Nashville's #1 venue for large-scale musical productions, as well as one of the nation's most highly-acclaimed entertainment and sports venues. The arena was also nominated for "2016 Arena of the Year" by Pollstar Magazine.
**Everyone will meet at Bridgestone Arena in the designated meeting location (TBD).**
 
Music City Center Venue Tour
3:00pm - 5:00pm
$10 per person
The Music City Center is Nashviille's 2.1 million square foot facility in the heart of downtown. It was built in 2013 and takes great pride in it's committment to ensure the city grows in a smart and sustainable manner.
**Everyone will meet at Music City Center in the designated meeting location (TBD).**
 
Echoes of Nashville Walking Tour
3:00pm - 5:00pm
$15 per person
Knowledgable guides will take you back into Nashville's past with this city walking tour. Not only will you learn how Nashville became Music City, but see National Historic Landmarks, visit the iconic honky tonks and get a glimpse of how the city was "back in the day."
**Everyone will meet our Tour Guide at Music City Center in the designated meeting location (TBD).**
 
Grand Ole Opry Venue Tour
**Subject to the availability of venue.**
3:00pm - 5:00pm
$10 per person
The Opry, an American icon and Nashville's #1 attraction, is world-famous for creating one-of-a-kind entertainment experiences for audiences of all ages. Every year, hundreds of thousands of people make their way across town or around the world to the Grand Ole Opry to see the show live.
**Transportation will be provided. Buses will depart from Omni Hotel 5th Ave. entrance at 2:45pm.**
 

Music City Center Venue Tour
9:00am -11:00am
$10 per person
The Music City Center is Nashviille's 2.1 million square foot facility in the heart of downtown. It was built in 2013 and takes great pride in it's committment to ensure the city grows in a smart and sustainable manner.
**Everyone will meet at Music City Center in the designated meeting location (TBD).**
 
First Tennessee Park Stadium Venue Tour
**Subject to the availability of venue.**
9:00am -11:00am
$10 per person
First Tennessee Park opened its doors in April 2015 to a sellout crowd fot he Nashville Sounds opener. The park marks a return of baseball to the area where Sulphus Dell Park once stood. The state-of-the-art venue features many special elements that make it the best in Nashville including: a 360-degree game viewing experience, LED and ribbon boards, and the signature guitar scoreboard.
**Transportation will be provided. Buses will depart from Omni Hotel 5th Ave. entrance at 8:45am.**
 
Bridgestone Arena Venue Tour
**Subject to the availability of venue.**
9:00am -11:00am
$10 per person
Bridgestone Arena opened in December 1996 and has hosted more than 13 million guests. It is Nashville's #1 venue for large-scale musical productions, as well as one of the nation's most highly-acclaimed entertainment and sports venues. The arena was also nominated for "2016 Arena of the Year" by Pollstar Magazine.
**Everyone will meet at Bridgestone Arena in the designated meeting location (TBD).**
 
Ascend Amphitheater Venue Tour
**Subject to the availability of venue.**
9:00am -11:00am
$10 per person
Ascend Amphitheater is an open-air event venue set inside the Metro Riverfront Park. The amphitheater opened in July 2015 for a capacity of 6,800. It is currently operated by LiveNation.
**Transportation will be provided. Buses will depart from Omni Hotel 5th Ave. entrance at 8:45am.**
 
 
Schermerhorn Symphony & Ryman Auditorium Venue Tours
**Subject to the availability of venue.**
9:00am -11:00am
$10 per person
The Schermerhorn Symphony is name in honor of the late Maestro Kenneth Schermerhorn, who led the Grammy Award-winning Nashville Symphony for 22 years. Located downtown in the SoBro neighborhood, the building hosts a wide range of musical events, including classical, pops, jazz, and world music. The symphony center's main venue, Laura Turner Concert Hall, is one of the few halls nationwide to feature natural interior light through 30 soundproof windows.
 
The Ryman Auditorium was originally built for a place where all people could gather and worship, the Union Gospel Tabernacle. In the 1920s a fearless show promoter leased the building leading the venue to become the anchor of Nasvhille's cultural offerings. The Ryman draws artists from all corners of the globe and all entertainment genres, eager to experience the privilege of facing pews. 
**Everyone will meet at Schermerhorn Symphony in the designated meeting location (TBD). After this tour, the group will walk over to Ryman Auditorium for the second part of the tour.**
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