Virtual Nashville Experiences

Just because you're not in Nashville right now doesn't mean you can't pretend! From livestreamed home concerts and virtual attractions to Music City documentaries and a virtual trip idea, we're bringing Nashville to you. Browse below for some ideas on how to connect with Music City when we're apart.

Music City Bandwidth

From their homes to yours Nashville artists are livestreaming concerts so you can still feel the music - safely at home.

In support of Nashville's cherished musicians and live music venues, Music City Bandwidth presented by Jack Daniel's will host 30 concerts September 14-October 31 at 15 independent Nashville music venues, providing gigs for 120 Nashville-based musicians of diverse genres.

Nashville Skyline with a gold sky
Virtual Attractions & Events

Enjoy Nashville's attractions from afar, take a cooking class, or go to a virtual event!

Hattie B Christie Cookie Banana Creme Pie
Recipe Notes: A Taste of Music City

Missing that Nashville flavor? Bring a taste of Music City into your homes with this collection of recipes from fantastic Nashville restaurants and chefs.

Nashville Skyline
Trip Idea: Visit Nashville from Your Home!

Experience Nashville from the comfort and safety of your own home. It's next best to being here!

Virtual Vacation Packages

Grab a Virtual Vacation Package activity and explore some of Music City’s most popular places and things to do while having some fun to see if you land yourself as a Music City Roadie, Opening Act, or Headliner!

Martins barbecue ribs plate
Let Them Cook for You

Nashville restaurants are welcoming restaurants inside at 50% capacity so you can feel safe to dine in for a night out or order takeout or delivery and have a night out at home, while helping local Nashville restaurants.

It All Begins with a Song: The Story of the Nashville Songwriter
Get the Real Story

Watch the new, award-winning documentary “It All Begins with a Song: The Story of the Nashville Songwriter,” now streaming.

"We’re more connected than we all think. And in this world right now, I think people are longing to feel like we’re all connected, you know. ... I think songwriting is more important than it’s ever been."

Brad Paisley, in “It All Begins with a Song: The Story of the Nashville Songwriter”

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