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Double From $3,899 CAD
Single From $4,799 CAD
Triple From $3,869 CAD
Round Trip Air from Saskatoon
Air Taxes and Fees/Surcharges of $150 per person (subject to increase until paid in full),
Tour package as listed below
Double From $2,549 CAD
Single From $3,449 CAD
Triple From $2,519 CAD
Cancellation Waiver and Insurance of $249 per person
Round Trip Air
Day 1: Sunday, April 28, 2024 Nashville, Tennessee - Tour BeginsGuitar chords rising out an open window. Friendly natives and just-moved-here locals. History interwoven with music legends. This is Nashville, Tennessee’s vibrant capital. Put on your dancing shoes and step into the rhythm of America’s favourite “Music City.” Settle into your home for the next four nights - a new province-of-the-art hotel in downtown Nashville, close to Lower Broadway’s live music scene.
Day 2: Monday, April 29, 2024 Strike a Chord Doris Day. Johnny Cash. Louis Armstrong. Neil Diamond. These are but a few of the legends that left their mark on the historic Ryman Auditorium, the original home of the Grand Ole Opry. Practically feel the beat of yesteryear as you walk to the Mother Church of Country Music, perusing their collection of vintage concert posters and memorabilia. Enjoy an immersive special effects film at the “Soul of Nashville” theatre experience. Then, coast through the streets of Nashville on a narrated hop-on hop-off trolley tour and see the main sights of the city like the replica of the Parthenon and the State Capitol Building, hopping off wherever you’d like to make the most of your free time before returning to the hotel on foot. This evening, put on your cowboy boots and grapevine over to the Wildhorse Saloon for line dancing lessons and a hearty Southern welcome dinner. (B, D)
Day 3: Tuesday, April 30, 2024 Grand Ole TimeStart the day by exploring Nashville’s musical heritage at RCA Studio B, where an expert insider will give you a comprehensive look at the city’s oldest remaining recording studio. Here, the voices of Elvis Presley, Dolly Parton, and other world-renowned vocalists practically echo through these venerable rooms. See where artists recorded their chart-topping music and get the chance to record your own hit! Continue tracing Nashville’s country roots at the Country Music Hall of Fame, home to all things country, from steel guitars to trendsetting costumes. Peruse the mosaic of photos, film, fiddles, and fan letters. Take advantage of free time to explore before taking a seat at one of country music’s most celebrated venues. Tonight, enjoy a live performance as the Grand Ole Opry family welcomes you into their home. (B)
Day 4: Wednesday, May 1, 2024 A Small Town with a Story to TellHead south to Franklin, where the past blends seamlessly with the contemporary. Choose how you explore because it’s your choice! Tour Carnton Plantation, a makeshift hospital during one of the bloodiest conflicts of the Civil War -OR- taste the local culture at Leiper’s Fork Whiskey Distillery, enjoying an expert-led tour and tasting. No matter how you spend your morning, gather in Franklin’s cozy downtown for free time on your own. Then, return to Nashville and test your culinary skills at a hands-on chocolate-making lesson at the iconic Goo Goo Candy Shop. Tonight, celebrate at a farewell dinner before making the most of your final night in dynamic downtown Nashville. (B, D)
Day 5: Thursday, May 2, 2024 Nashville - Tour EndsWish the Music City goodbye as your tour draws to a close.
"Spotlight on Nashville"