5 Reasons to Host Your Next Event in Nashville…….
1. Location…. Location…. Location
- Located within 600 miles of 40% of the US population, Nashville offers easy access for attendees.
- Many hotels are located within 10 miles of the airport, providing quick and affordable transportation options.
- Nashville attracts more than 15.2 million visitors a year, and is an event location that can create excitement and drive attendance.
2. Music & Entertainment
- Often referred to as “Music City”, there are more than 150 music venues, 180 recording studios and 5,000 working musicians in Nashville.
- Honkey Tonk Highway located on lower Broadway, offers live music 365 days a year. And best of all, its free!
- More than just music, Nashville offers a rich history, many museums and a thriving art scene.
3. Food & Drink
- While Nashville offers many culinary options from haute cuisine to gluten-free, no trip to Nashville would be complete without trying Hot Chicken, Meat & Three and Goo Goo’s.
- An abundance of wineries, breweries and distilleries offer tours and tastings that can include local wines, Craft Beers, White Whisky and more.
4. Meeting & Event Spaces
- Nashville is home to two award winning conference centers; the Gaylord Opryland Hotel and the Music City Center.
- With 45,383 hotel rooms, ranging from 5 star to limited service properties, and an abundance of special event venues, Nashville offers options for every meeting size and budget.
5. Uniquely Nashville
- Before it’s Music City fame, Nashville was known as the “Athens of the South”, complete with the world’s only full-scale replica of The Parthenon. Located in Nashville’s Centennial Park the Parthenon houses the city’s art museum and is available to rent for events.
- From a group dinner at Studio A (where Hee Haw was filmed) to backstage passes, the Grand Ole Opry provides a once in a lifetime experience for attendees.
- Breathtaking event spaces and a walk through history are included with events at The Country Music Hall of Fame.
- Groups can write and record their own songs at recording studios such as Sound Kitchen and Kidbilly Music.