Known as Music City because of its long association with country music, Nashville has something for everyone. We love to visit Lower Broadway to listen to live music all year long, cheer on our favorite collegiate or professional sports team, check out the thriving local arts scene, or take advantage of outdoor offerings like Radnor Lake State Park. And of course, we can’t forget Nashville’s flavorsome cuisine and southern hospitality.
We’re all about the local coffee ingredients and a cozy, approachable atmosphere. We also enjoy relaxing during their Wine Down Wednesday weekly events.
For decades, Lower Broadway has featured the world’s best country music. The live music scene is unrivaled, with iconic venues like Tootsies, The Stage, and Honky Tonk Central. But they don’t call it Music City for nothing — Nashville also features top-notch bluegrass, rock, pop, Americana, gospel, classical, jazz, and blues offerings.
What’s better than four days of nonstop country music featuring more than 350 performances on 11 stages? The fact that a portion of the proceeds from CMA Fest are given to music education initiatives supporting K-12 students also gets us excited. We are passionate about giving back to our community.