Nashville is home to the best musicians and best instruments in the world.
Music City July 4th is the party of the summer, offering two days of live music, family fun, and spectacular fireworks.
Nashville's live music scene is alive and well with concerts taking the stage inside and out all over Music City.
Pick up a new or vintage steel guitar at Gruhn Guitars in downtown Music City.
From 11am to 2am each day, the honky-tonks of Lower Broad play live music for all comers.
The world-famous Tootsie's Orchid Lounge has been churning out amazing music for over 50 years in downtown Nashville - a must-see on Honky Tonk Highway.
Tommy Sims played the Music City Soul Series, a weekly concert series in February offering the best in soul, jazz, blues and R&B.
In Music City, there's a guitar for every tune, and a guitar player for every song.
Nashville's live music scene is alive and well with concerts playing all day, every day.
The historic Ryman Auditorium offers the best acoustics in the world, second only to the Mormon Tabernacle, and plays host to the best in every genre.
Explore the exhibits at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum and learn about country music's history.
The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum is one Nashville's premier attraction spots to learn, listen, and enjoy.
Nashville musicians play sounds for every genre - making it the true Music City.
Live on the Green is just one of many outdoor concert series happening every year in Nashville.
The Nashville music scene is like no other in the world.
Keith Urban was inducted to the Music City Walk of Fame on May 15, 2011.
RCA Studio B is Home of 1,000 Hits - a place where your group can record a song as well!
Keith Urban was inducted to the Grand Ole Opry on April 12, 2012.
The artistic collaboration among Nashville's songwriters lends to the creative landscape of the city.
Douglas Corner has hosted live music on 8th Avenue South since 1987.
The Basement, one of the hottest music venues in Nashville, is located on 8th Avenue South under Grimey's New & Pre-Loved Music.
Music City has a sound for every listener.
You can hear live music of every genre throughout Music City.
The Fray, Sixpence None the Richer, Love and Theft, and Striking Matches performed at the free 2012 Music City New Year's Eve Bash on Broadway. http://www.visitmusiccity.com/newyearseve
Two Old Hippies is a lifestyle shop and music venue in The Gulch.
The 95-bell carillon represents Tennessee's musical heritage and the citizens of Tennessee's 95 counties. They play Tennessee-themed songs at the top of the hour, every hour.
Oktoberfest is annually celebrated in Germantown, offering a day of live music, dancing, food, drink, and family fun.
Making Music in Berry Hill is a fun event for all ages to enjoy the area, the outdoors, and the music.
Ingram Hall at Vanderbilt University host performances throughout the year from students and world-class performers alike.
The Nashville Opera is Tennessee's largest professional opera company.
The Band Perry headlines the free 2013 Music City July 4th Celebration with Keb’ Mo’, the Nashville Symphony, spectacular fireworks, and more! Go to http://visitmusiccity.com/july4th for details.
Hank Williams, Jr. headlines the 2013 Music City New Year's Eve Bash on Broadway in downtown Nashville. http://visitmusiccity.com/newyearseve
Blackberry Smoke is playing the 2013 Music City New Year's Eve Bash on Broadway! visitmusiccity.com/newyearseve
Brett Eldredge is playing the 2013 Music City New Year's Eve Bash on Broadway! visitmusiccity.com/newyearseve
Music City July 4th is Nashville's largest single-day party in downtown Music City.
The sky lights up every 4th of July for the annual Music City July 4th celebration in downtown Nashville.
The Band Perry played to a crowd of thousands at the 2013 Music City July 4th event.