By now the Country 105 Tennessee Takeover is well underway with 5 people already ready to board our chartered flight down to Nashville!
Not only are we staying at the BEAUTIFUL Omni Hotel (check it out here) in the heart of Nashville, but we are so close to a TON of things to do!
1. The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
An incredible attraction tells the story of popular American music through artifacts & interactive exhibits. Plan your visit here.
2. Ryman Auditorium
Ryman Auditorium is a 2,362-seat live performance venue, and is best known as the home of the Grand Ole Opry from 1943 to 1974. This venue draws artists from all corners of the globe and all entertainment genres. The outstanding acoustics, intimate atmosphere and the ghosts of legends past have beckoned to artists from Elvis to Emmylou Harris, from Paul Simon to the Pixies, from Kings of Leon to B.B. King. It’s one of the reasons a Ryman show is unlike any other—the artists, authors and comedians on the bill are truly humbled to take the stage. Plan your visit here.
3. Johnny Cash Museum
Love the Man in Black? This red-brick museum displays pictures & memorabilia from the life of music icon Johnny Cash. Plan your visit here.
4. Bridgestone Arena
Bridgestone Arena is the BIG venue downtown and home to the Nashville Predators. Their season may be over by then…but maybe not. Keep an eye out for Carrie Underwood if you make it to a game, her hubby Mike Fisher is the captain of the team. Plan your visit here.
5. Tootsies Orchid Lounge
Tootsie’s is a honky-tonk bar located behind the Ryman Auditorium. Tootsie’s has three stages that host live local talent each night; covering modern day country music artist such as Jason Aldean, Taylor Swift, and other popular country music artists as well as original work. Some of its early famous first customers were Willie Nelson, Patsy Cline, Mel Tillis, Kris Kristofferson, Waylon Jennings, Roger Miller and numerous others country musicians. Plan your visit here.
6. George Jones Museum
The George Jones Entertainment Complex includes a Museum, Gift Shop, Restaurant, Rooftop Bar & Live Music, all dedicated to the legacy of country music icon George Jones. Plan your visit here.
7. Music City Walk of Fame Park
The Music City Walk of Fame on Nashville’s Music Mile is a landmark tribute to those from all genres of music who have contributed to the world through song or other industry collaboration and made a significant contribution to the music industry with connection to Music City. Plan your visit here.
8. Robert’s Western World
Robert’s Western World is Nashville’s undisputed home of traditional country music. Live music is always playing, the grill is sizzling all night long and there is never a cover charge. Sit down, enjoy a cold PBR, a tasty burger, and listen to some of the best hillbilly, rockabilly and traditional country music that Nashville has to offer. Plan your visit here.
9. Big Bang Nashville
Love duelling pianos and all night singalongs? This is your spot. Entertainers play and sing your favorite hit songs by request, keeping the energy high and the party rockin’. Enjoy a full bar, fun cocktails, local craft beers, and handcrafted pizzas. Plan your visit here.
10. Hard Rock Cafe
Now if you’re coming to Nashville on the Country 105 Tennessee Takeover, OF COURSE you’ll be coming to the Hard Rock Cafe! Keith Urban will be performing a once-in-a-lifetime show for us at the Hard Rock and we want you to be there! Find out how you can secure your spot on our private chartered plane down to Nashville, here.