Only In Nashville Tours

Only In Nashville Toursadditional fee

Tour Sessions Occur:
Saturday, August 20  1:15pm - 4:00pm
Tuesday, August 23  2:45pm - 5:30pm

 


Nashville Live Music Tour

Saturday August 20 
1:15pm - 4:00pm
Capacity: 50 people (SOLD OUT)

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Music of all genres is written, recorded and performed in Nashville every day, and the Only in Nashville Music tour will take you behind the scenes to experience the magic from the perspective of the songwriters and studio musicians that call Music City home. Watch and listen as music is created in the studio, hear the stories behind the songs from the songwriters live on stage and immerse yourself in the creative culture of a city with a foundation built on music! 

Venues: Imagine Recordings, Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum

 


Nashville Originals Culinary Tour

Saturday August 20 
1:15pm - 4:00pm
Capacity: 25 people (SOLD OUT)

 

It’s not surprising that the creative energy that runs through Music City impacts all facets of our community, especially when it comes to food! Our culinary scene is almost as hot as the Music scene with everything from chef-driven restaurants to classic dining spots serving up every flavor imaginable.  We will treat you to a taste of a couple of Nashville originals and a lot of Southern hospitality on the Only in Nashville Originals Culinary Tour!

Venues: Nashville Hot Chicken & Goo Goo Cluster

 


Only in Black Nashville Tour

Saturday August 20 
1:15pm - 4:00pm

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Tuesday August 23 
2:45pm – 5:30pm

Capacity: 50 people (per tour)

The Only in Black Nashville Tour will explore Black history in Music City, and the significant and influential role that African Americans have played in the growth and development of Nashville.  The story of Nashville has been shaped by some of the city’s biggest icons, starting with the 150-year-old Fisk Jubilee Singers, who pioneered early music here and are the reason why Music City was given its now internationally known nickname. Students from the city’s four Historically Black Colleges and Universities sparked a nonviolent movement to challenge racial segregation – which lead to Nashville becoming the first city in the deep south to begin desegregating public facilities. The National Museum of African American Music, the only institution of its kind in the world, opened in 2021 and encourages visitors to discover the central role African Americans have played in shaping and creating all genres of American music.

Venues: Fisk University, National Museum of African American Music

 


Nashville Art & Culture Tour

Saturday August 20 
1:15pm - 4:00pm
Capacity: 50 people

hatch prints

In a city where creativity thrives, Nashville’s ever-growing art & culture scene is as diverse and approachable as its music scene.  Murals, public art, art galleries, performing arts and museums are all part of experiencing Nashville’s creative culture. From the country’s oldest working letterpress print shop to a world-class art museum located in one of Nashville’s historic landmarks, enjoy this vibrant side of Music City on The Only in Nashville Art & Culture Tour!

Venues: Hatch Show Print, Frist Art Museum

 


Nashville Music History Tour

Tuesday August 23 
2:45pm – 5:30pm
Capacity: 50 people

Music of all genres is written, recorded and performed in Nashville every day, and the Only in Nashville Music History tour will take you behind the scenes to experience the magic from the perspective of studio musicians and explore the iconic institutions that call Music City home. You’ll experience some of our most famous stages while discovering the story of Music City!

Venues: Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum, Ryman Auditorium

  


Nashville Neighborhood Tour

Tuesday August 23 
2:45pm – 5:30pm
Capacity: 50 people 

Nashville’s 12 South is a walkable neighborhood sandwiched between chef driven restaurants, unique local boutiques, coffee shops and Instagram worthy photos spots. This neighborhood is a half-mile stretch along 12th Avenue South and is located about 10 minutes from downtown. It is a destination chock full of foodie favorites, local designers and makers.  The Only in Nashville Neighborhood tour will include tasty treats and time to shop!


 


Nashville Sports Tour

Tuesday August 23 
2:45pm – 5:30pm
Capacity: 50 people 

Fans in Music City are as passionate about their teams as they are about their music, and visiting fans love to make a weekend out of an away game to soak in all the food, fun and entertainment that this city has to offer! Nashville is home to three professional sports teams, and the Only in Nashville Sports Tour will go behind the scenes in the venues that host all the action, including a sneak peak of their unique event venue spaces!

Venues: Nissan Stadium (Tennessee Titans), Geodis Park (Nashville SC)

 


Nashville Food & Wine Culinary Tour

Tuesday August 23 
2:45pm – 5:30pm
Capacity: 25 people (SOLD OUT)

It’s not surprising that the creative energy that runs through Music City impacts all facets of our community, especially when it comes to food! Our culinary scene is almost as hot as the Music scene with everything from chef-driven restaurants to classic dining spots serving up every flavor imaginable.  We will treat you to a food and wine pairing and a lot of Southern hospitality at one of our historic gems on the Only in Nashville Culinary Tour!

Venues: Food & Wine pairing at Belle Meade Historic Site & Winery


 


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