Nashville’s hospitality industry has been decimated by COVID-19. Our front line employees and musicians are out of work. The only way out of this is by following health officials’ recommendations.
If you are planning a visit to Nashville, we kindly ask that you read, understand, and comply with the current restrictions that are in place.
If for any reason you can’t comply, we also kindly ask that you delay your travel until such time as it is safe. The more we all do, the faster we will be back and the music will be playing.
In an effort to keep Nashville open safely, city and public health leaders have guidelines in place to enforce mask-wearing and capacity limits in businesses. Masks or facial coverings are required when in public spaces in Nashville.
Visitors are asked to comply with all city guidelines. The Nashville Visitor Center at Bridgestone Arena has free disposable masks and cloth masks available for purchase. Let's help keep each other safe!
It's been a while since we've seen you. Don't let this thing come between us. We can still be together while being apart. We have ideas:
- Music City Bandwidth: curated and always-updated schedule of livestreamed home concerts from Nashville artists
- Virtual Experiences: Nashville fun from afar, including attractions, events, chef-led cooking classes, and even a tour of the city’s murals
- Special Offers for Locals: Get out of the house and explore Nashville safely with discounted hotel, restaurant, and attraction deals across Davidson County.
- A Real Connection: Let's stay in touch.
To learn about the COVID-19 impact in Nashville and get important resources, go to visitmusiccity.com/covid-19.
As we responsibly move through the city's phased reopening, we're singing about our citywide Good to Go safety program, exploring new ways for you to enjoy Music City, staying in touch with YOU - our Nashville family - and looking forward to the day we're all back together again. Stay safe. Stay strong. Wash your hands. And sing as loud as you want. We hear you, and you're why we're here.
- With Love from Nashville.
Bars and transportainment will remain closed until at least August 16 as city and public health leaders try to stem crowded close-contact locations.
Restaurants may continue to offer dine-in service at 50% capacity with a max of 6 people to one table. Restaurants and businesses that serve alcohol close at 10pm. Masks required when not sitting at your table.
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