Music City Legends
The Troubadours of Country
4 Days | Spring | Summer | Fall
Starting At $Flexible Pricing
Come walk in their footsteps, listen to the sounds, discover the legends of Music City USA. You will hear what it’s like trying to break into Nashville’s music scene, both the struggles and the victories. You’ll have as much, if not more, music and fun than any Dancin’ Fool or Music Fan can handle.
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Day 1 – Nashville, TN – Dinner at Ole Red’s
Arrive today in Nashville, TN where you enjoy a two-night stay at a local hotel.
Tonight, you get your Honky Tonk On with dinner at Ole Red’s. In the heart of Downtown, Ole Red is inspired by Opry member Blake Shelton’s clever, irreverent song about the Warden’s dog, Ole Red. (B,D)
Day 2 – Troubadour City Tour – Fifth + Broadway – Johnny Cash Museum – Patsy Cline Museum – Free Time Honky Tonks
The morning features a Troubadour City Tour, an “Only in Nashville” kind of experience. Bringing new meaning to the phrase “Entertaining Narrative” it’s sightseeing with a singer/songwriter guide. The tour will include Downtown Nashville’s colorful history with drivebys of the historic Ryman Auditorium, Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge, Honky Tonk Row, Ernest Tubb’s Record Shop and The Bluebird Cafe. Plus, you will hear what it’s like trying to break into Nashville’s music scene, both the struggles and the victories. As an added bonus your Troubadour will perform some of his or her original songs!
Next, enjoy some free time and lunch on own at Fifth + Broadway. Located in downtown Nashville, this multi-level development has over 20 national and local retailers, exclusive restaurants and bars, multiple performance stages, and a food hall with 30+ eateries.
The afternoon starts with a visit to the Johnny Cash Museum. The museum features a world class collection of items that tells the story of his life. The museum houses the world’s largest collection of memorabilia from the late country entertainer.
Then visit the Patsy Cline Museum located above the Johnny Cash Museum. The Museum celebrates the life of the legendary songstress and features hundreds of never before seen artifacts, personal belongings, videos and much more.
Tonight, enjoy free evening to explore Nashville on your own. Visit the local Honky Tonks, or the showbars in “The District.” There are rooftop bars, three-and-four-story showplaces with music on every floor, full scale restaurants and/or sandwich shops as well as souvenir stores. It’s as much, if not more, music and fun than any Dancin’ Fool or Music Fan can handle. Dinner is on your own this evening. (B)
Day 3 – Ryman Auditorium – Country Music Hall of Fame – RCA Studio B Group Recording – Grand Ole Opry
This morning, start with a guided tour of the Ryman Auditorium, the “Mother Church of Country Music.” From 1943 to 1974 the Ryman was the home of The Grand Ole Opry. The legends of country music all played here, and it’s a romantic and historic landmark that is often used today. After this tour you will be able to say, you were on the Ryman Stage.
Next, visit the Country Music Hall of Fame, the keeper of priceless Country Music Treasures. Your self-guided tour is a walk-through history, one that leads you from the earliest folk traditions to the music that thrills millions of fans today. Every tour ends in the Hall of Fame Rotunda, the never-ending circle, and storied home of the inductees.
This afternoon head to Nashville’s famed Music Row at the Historic RCA Studio B. Here, you get an up-close look at the studio that has recorded music legends Roy Orbison, Dolly Parton, Elvis Presley; and more recently, Carrie Underwood, Martina McBride, and Marty Stuart. Inside the studio, you actually interact with a professional sound engineer in your very own recording session.
Tonight, dinner is provided by the Grand Ole Opry who manages the Opry Backstage Grill on Music Valley Drive. They serve signature Southern Cooking paired perfectly with Live Country Music. Here your love of food and your love of music will meet in our casually cool restaurant. And at the Opry Backstage Grill, your waitress might even jump on the stage and sing a country favorite or two.
Next, it’s showtime. For more than 85 years, country’s best performers have mesmerized audiences at the Grand Ole Opry – a continuously broadcast Live Radio Show. Each Opry features a variety of new stars, superstars and the legends of music. You’ll hear the very best in country with a little bluegrass and comedy added in. This is live and unrehearsed, you never see the same show twice. (B,D)
Day 4 – Madame Tussauds – Depart for Home
After breakfast, stop at Opry Mills for a lyrical adventure at Madame Tussauds Wax Museum. See and hear the music from the 1950’s when families gathered around their radio listening to the Grand Ole Opry. Hear the creativity flow as the lyrics carry you to a time and place where Rock & Roll was all that mattered, Jerry Garcia & Janis Joplin are here celebrating the summer of 69. You can dance, sing, and take a selfie with yesterday’s music legends and today’s Top 40’s icons.
Depart for home. (B)