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More than 30,000 people will take to the
streets April 26 for the Country Music Marathon &
1/2 Marathon. That night Charles Esten (Deacon
on "Nashville"), Clare Bowen (Scarlett on
"Nashville"), and Chase Rice take the stage for
the Post-Race Concert. The concert is open to
the public and tickets are available now!
Register to Run.   Get Concert Tickets.
Plan Your Trip.
 
The dinosaurs are back in Nashville. DinoTrek
opens at the Nashville Zoo March 15. Guests
can see 15 prehistoric beasts hiss, spit, and
roar in Music City.

See the Dinosaur Lineup.
 
The Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum is
the only museum in the world that honors the
musicians that played on the greatest
recordings of all time. See the guitars that
played your favorite songs, the Quonset Hut
console that created hits, the Rek-O-Kut
that was used for Elvis' first record, and more.
Learn More About the Museum.
Save $5 on Admission.
NCAA Women's Final Four
The NCAA Women's Final Four plays out in Nashville
April 6 and 8. Come see the best in the game at the
Semifinals and Championship at Music City's Bridgestone
Arena. But It's More Than Three Games. Tourney Town
at Music City Center hosts non-stop programs including
concerts, a pep rally, and Mascot Challenge. Tourney
Journeys give fans the opportunity to choose from a
variety of Music City tours, designed specifically for
Final Four fans. Thousands of kids will dribble their
way through downtown for the Broadway Bounce on
April 5. All this and more. The 2014 NCAA Women's
Final Four. It's More Than Three Games.
Get Details & Tickets.
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