The excitement that naturally surrounds a meeting in Nashville drives attendance – often to record-breaking heights! Plan your next face to face event with two convention centers offering a choice of an urban or resort setting, an outstanding array of hotels and meeting spaces, unique venues and attractions for off-site functions, easy access by air or road, and a depth of talented professionals with expertise in everything from transportation to sound and lighting – it’s easy to produce a truly unique event that’s a certified hit!
When you see the logo or green music note you can trust that Nashville suppliers are certified Good to Go! by the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp, in cooperation with Vanderbilt Health and Ryman Hospitality Properties, Good to Go, in partnership with SERVPRO and ReCover Health, aims to help businesses in every industry confidently welcome residents and visitors as the city reopens. Participating businesses pledge to uphold the coronavirus guidelines established by Nashville’s Metro Public Health Department and the recommendations of leading infectious disease experts. See all participating businesses.
Nashville Yards is s 15-acre billion-dollar downtown development that includes the new Grand Hyatt hotel. Classified as an “upper upscale” hotel, the Grand Hyatt ranks as the third-largest hotel in Nashville with 591 rooms at the corner of Broadway and 10th Avenue North.
The newest downtown destination is a vibrant mixed-use mecca in the Heart of Music City tempting travellers to 235,000 square feet of walkable shops and rooftop restaurants, Assembly Food Hall, a renovated conference center, the National Museum of African American Music, and world-class entertainment offerings rooted in the thriving artistic culture of Nashville.
The National Museum of African American Music has officially opened its doors in downtown Nashville. With 56,000 square feet of space, this is the only museum dedicated to preserving the legacy and celebrating the accomplishments of the many music genres created, influenced, or inspired by African Americans. The museum shares the story of the American Soundtrack, integrating history and interactive technology to bring the musical heroes of the past into the present.
Do you know what it takes to cut a record? Explore the GRAMMY Museum Gallery® for the opportunity to be onstage and interact with every aspect of the recording process.
Nashville offers great music, food, drinks, parks, art and entertainment… but it ALSO offers many interactive attractions including escape games and high-tech driving ranges to tempt travellers to enjoy Nashville in person.