Nashville Predators - Don't Miss Them!
If you have never seen the Nashville Predators,,, get off the couch and go! It's something you can take the entire family to see and everyone enjoys themselves.
My recent visit was Predators against the Columbus Blue Jackets - needless to say A Great Game!! Nashville has this amazing talent for being such a wonderful crowd of supporters for the home team, and the Predators are no exception ... it is only something to witness then you will understand. This game was so close and so many shots came within inches till finally, in the last 15 seconds the Predators scored the winning goal. Totally into it, on the edge of your seat and the Predators delivered. There is so much going on at the game that you will truly enjoy the experience even if you are not a total hockey fan. During the intermissions and game time outs the jumbo tron shows different people from the audience cheering for the home team and that is worth the price of admission.
When you go, take in a restaurant on 2nd avenue first and make a night of it. We parked in Commerce garage and had plenty of time to eat and make the game, and still see a few sights on Broadway in the mix.
Get out of that chair and have some fun! See the Nashville Predators next game!!
Live Blues Every Night in Nashville
Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar, 220 Printers Alley in Downtown Nashville
call (615) 242-5837 for more info...according to their website they have Blues Music playing every night and Award Winning Traditional Cajun Cuisine, Mardi Gras Beads and accesories, imported cigars, cold beer and cocktails.
See their website for more specifics Bourbon Street Blues and let us know how your visit was !!
Music Valley Drive Concerts - Nashville
Having guests in town or visiting Nashville and looking for something to do ...Nashville Night Life presents "The Best of Country" Dinner and Show with breakfast and dinner shows, located at 262 Music Valley Drive, Nashville 37214 call (615) 885-4747 for more info or visit the Nashville Nightlife Website for more ...they have celebrity guests singing on certain days, take a look and enjoy!
Music Valley Drive also has the Nashville Palace located at 2611 McGavock Pike, Nashville 37214 and in the past they have had Irlene Mandrell, Ty Herndon, Daryl Singletary, and other notable stars performing, you can call them (615) 889-1540 to find out who is playing or visit the Nashville Palace Website ...It's time to get out and have some fun dancing and dining to your favorite !
Also located on Music Valley Drive are other tourist attractions:
Willie Nelson & Friends Museum and Country Store
Grand Ole Golf and Valley Park Gocarts
Ernest Tubb Record Shop
A Tribute to the King
Downtown Carriage Tours
Nashville, TN - Ready for something just a little bit different? You may be a tourist coming to take a look at our wonderful city or you may be a local just wanting something different to do, but, a carriage ride through the town is a wonderful way to take in the night air and relax! Take the ride with friends, family or just relax. If it's a chilly night they may even have a blanket to put over your lap or you and the Mrs. could just snuggle a little (she'll love you for it!) call (615) 983-2303 or just take a look at this for more info and Enjoy!
Nashville Tennessee Hotels
By Aamod Paul Posted: June 10, 2011
Nashville, apart from being the state capital of Tennessee, shares some of the richest history in country music. Tennessee, the state where Nashville lies boasts of other cities like Memphis which has its own genre of music like rock and roll and blues which gained popularity throughout the world from this very place.
Nashville has the privilege of being the ‘center of the country music.’ Its glorious past and the love of country music has meant that the city which is also the state capital of the state Tennessee, attracts many country music lovers from across the States.
It is also one of those places where historical battles have been fought and won. Probably one of the most important parts of the American civil war started and ended here. As this city had already been developing into an important trading post, both sides of the warring sides were looking to keep hold of this place during American Civil War.
Nashville was the first state capital to fall to Union Troops and this was the turning point in the American Civil War as the city had already grown its importance economically. Both side wanted to gain authority over the city and at the end the Unionist prevailed and the rest is history.
Now, talking about the state itself, Tennessee (TN) was thriving economically, so naturally the importance of the state grew to the point where it attracted many entrepreneurs, industrialists and last but not the least, is home to one of the most important political figures in the American history with the likes of Andrew Jackson, Davy Crockett and Sam Houston.
The state with the rich history in music, politics and business was also one of the places to witness some of the worst racial discrimination taking place during the nineteenth and twentieth century. Martin Luther King was assassinated in Memphis in this state which had put this state in the awkward position during the Civil Rights Movement in the sixties. There might be some dark periods in the history of this state but there are some examples where people in this state can be proud of, like the early rock and roll and blues got a boost right from this very state. If you are looking to visit this music city, the place has more than enough hotels and motels to welcome you. One of the best hotel is Hotels Downtown Nashville.
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