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Top 5 Things for Music Lovers to Do and See in Nashville

Top 5 Things for Music Lovers to Do and See in Nashville

Also known as Music City, Nashville is the country's premier destination for country music fans. The entire city is steeped in musical heritage that you can feel on every corner and in every venue. Here are five of the city's highlights that you definitely shouldn't miss. 

Ryman Auditorium 

Originally built as a house of worship, the Ryman Auditorium was the home of the Grand Ole Opry radio show from 1943 to 1974. Today, the venue hosts a variety of performances, from gospel music to Broadway theater. To delve deeper into the extensive musical history of the venue, be sure to leave some time to take the Backstage Tour. 

Honky Tonk Highway 

The Honky Tonk Highway isn't a highway in the traditional sense, but rather refers to the lower section of Broadway in Downtown Nashville. This is the part of the city where you'll find all of the honky tonk bars, restaurants and other nightlife activities. Most venues are open until 3 a.m., so you'll have plenty of time to enjoy yourself throughout the night. 

Grand Ole Opry 

Founded in 1925, the Grand Ole Opry is a one-hour, live radio broadcast of a live musical performance. It is currently the longest-running radio show in the U.S., showcasing classic and up-and-coming artists across a variety of musical genres, ranging from country to gospel. Shows book well in advance, so be sure to buy your tickets early to get the best seats. 

Originally built as a house of worship, the Ryman Auditorium was the home of the Grand Ole Opry radio show from 1943 to 1974. Today, the venue hosts a variety of performances, from gospel music to Broadway theater.

Country Music Hall of Fame 

The Country Music Hall of Fame honors the genre's best artists from throughout history. It is home to the largest collection of country music memorabilia and artifacts in the world, so no country fan should miss the opportunity to check it out. Stop by the Bluebird Cafe after your tour to hear some live music and hear stories from the artists themselves. 

The Listening Room Cafe 

The Listening Room Cafe attracts some of the biggest names in the country music industry, including musicians, singers and songwriters. The venue comprises multiple listening areas, including the main listening room, patio and restaurant area. Come early to stake out a good spot, and stay for a while to hear some incredible music from well-known country artists. 

Make Music City Your Home 

When you live in Nashville, you'll have access to all o these incredible spots and more whenever you feel like heading out for some fun in your free time. Here at Aria Properties, we are plugged into the Nashville real estate scene and have numerous properties available for rent. If you already own property in the area and wish to rent it out to tenants, we can assist you with that as well. Get in touch with us today to learn more about our Nashville real estate services.