What’s New in Nashville for 2021?

Let's catch you up with what's new in Nashville for 2021 AND 2020 since many frequent visitors haven't been here recently. To keep things simple, I've categorized things as Entertainment, Attractions, Dining and devoted the end of this post to 5th and Broadway. This massive new complex includes 20+ dining options as well as shopping,... Continue Reading →

Upcoming Events in Nashville 2021

Following a quiet 2020, Nashville is roaring back with a fine slate of upcoming events in 2021. Scroll toward the end if you're interested Nashville soccer or baseball schedules. More events will be added as announcements are made. National Museum of African American Music Now open. Okay, it's not a special event (actually the events... Continue Reading →

Visiting Nashville Amid COVID-19 Recovery

(UPDATED 5/15/21) Nashville has lifted its mask restrictions for those who have received the COVID vaccine. It is recommended those who have not been vaccinated continue to wear masks indoors unless eating or drinking. Some businesses may elect to continue various health safety restrictions. Masks are no longer required in outdoor public settings.  Bars and... Continue Reading →

Hidden Treasures of Live Music

With dozens of honky tonks on or near Lower Broadway, you might think these are your only options for live music in Nashville. Not true. Friends helped me curate this list of hidden treasures that won't be found on most "visit Nashville" websites. Mouse over the headers to find links to the websites. Although these... Continue Reading →

Looking for an Alternative to Country Music?

Often asked, "Is there anything in Nashville beside country music?" Absolutely, just pick your alternative: rock, pop, EDM, Americana, metal and more. They just don't get as much publicity. Most venues survive by booking a variety of acts. Organized by location, here are some of the venues that have strong cred, are high profile or... Continue Reading →

Your Guide to Off-Broadway Honky Tonks

NOTE:  COVID restrictions have been removed for those who have been vaccinated. It is recommended (but not required) that people who have not received the vaccine continue to wear masks indoors unless eating or drinking. However, some places may have curtails the days or hours they are open. Call ahead!  If things are crowded on... Continue Reading →

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