COVID-19

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.

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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.

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Virtual Attractions & Events

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

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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.

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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!

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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!

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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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