Grand Ole Opry:
What began as a simple radio broadcast in 1925
is today a live entertainment phenomenon. Dedicated to honoring country music’s rich history and dynamic present,
the Grand Ole Opry showcases a mix of country legends and the contemporary chart-toppers who have followed in their footsteps.
The Opry, an American icon and Nashville, Tennessee’s number-one attraction, is world-famous for creating one-of-a-kind entertainment
experiences for audiences of all ages.
The Ryman was named the Pollstar’s 2010, 2011, 2012
and 2013 Theatre of the Year, an award voted on by peers and widely regarded as the most prestigious in the concert industry.
The Ryman has been named Theatre of the Year four times by the industry publication. The venue is currently ranked twenty-fifth in the world
and nineteenth domestically based on year-to-date tickets sales in the Pollstar Theatre category.
Schermerhorns Symphony Center:
Led by Music Director
Giancarlo Guerrero and President and CEO Alan D. Valentine, the Nashville Symphony has established an international profile with its
innovative programming and steadily expanding discography. Founded in 1946, the 83-member orchestra is today the largest performing arts
nonprofit in the state of Tennessee.
The Frist Center for the Visual Arts:
Opened in April 2001, and since
that time has hosted a spectacular array of art from the region, the country, and around the world. Unlike any traditional museum you’ve ever
visited, the Frist Center for the Visual Arts has become a magnet for Nashville’s rapidly expanding visual arts scene.
With an exhibitions schedule that has new art flowing through the magnificent Art Deco building every 6 to 8 weeks, no matter how often you visit,
there is always something new and exciting to see in the spacious galleries.