Now is the time to say yes to planning an event in Nashville!
In our continued series of great cities and venues to plan your next event, meeting or conference today we spotlight Nashville, Tennessee.
In addition to hosting numerous performance topping conventions in 2012 Nashville has been the winner of several best convention and best city awards and accolades including being named the “No. 1 Destination On The Rise” in 2012 by Trip Advisor and for 2012 the Cvent Supplier Network ranked Nashville “the 14th best meeting destination in the country”.
Say Yes to Planning an Event in Nashville – The Three A’s!
Nashville, known for the three A’s; Affordability, Accessibility and Authenticity with over 25,000 hotel rooms and “called the coolest, tastiest city in the south by Bon Appetit magazine” is the place to hold a meeting large or small. With the airport located just eight miles from downtown and situated within 650 miles of half the US population, and with over 400 daily flights, Nashville is user friendly, conveniently located and the perfect place to meet. With some of the most economical airfares and an unbelievable daily cost of travel this city is recognized as the right choice for meeting planners and delegates alike. Simply said if looking for a dependable and genuine location with so much to see and do; food, attractions, sports and of course music Nashville IS the place.
Say Yes to Planning an Event in Nashville – It’s All About Great Event Venues!
With too many to count when it comes to music and event venues, Nashville has a bit of everything for everyone.
Grand Ole Opry House – Whether you have been there in person or just heard about it, one thing you can’t deny is the Grand Ole Opry House is definitely the home of country music. When not being utilized making beautiful music on the radio for millions worldwide, this venue allows your group to literally seize the stage. The world famous venue complete with a 4,400 seat theatre, popular Studio A and the park-like Opry Plaza, comes equipped with state-of-the-art lighting, video and audio systems, this venue really can do it all. Whether it be indoors or out, a sit down diner or stand up reception, a private dinner or corporate meeting, an awards ceremony or even pre-Opry show reception or you want to design your own unique event, the grand Ole Opry House provides an outstanding experience.
The Bridge Building – Looking to host a future meeting or event at a unique and modern space then the historical landmark, The Bridge Building located on the waterfront in downtown Nashville is the perfect location for you. Easily adaptable this rooftop venue customizes the space for everything from small intimate gatherings to lunches for the whole group. Furnished with all the multimedia options required to host a flawless event; video displays, computer connections and sound control from seven different zones. When working with The Building Bridge, one of Nashville’s newest event and meeting venues, the sky is the limit.
The Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC) – In addition to accommodating dance, television, musical and theatrical productions, The Tennessee Performing Arts Center is home to various private events including product launches, award ceremonies, meetings and receptions. Conveniently located with three stunning spaces plus the historic War Memorial Auditorium just across the street, this multipurpose and adaptable space can accommodate it all. Noted for being one of the more unique venues in the US, the TPAC comes with state of the art facilities and a team of experts just waiting to assist with all you’re planning.
Not only is Nashville ranked by Travel Leisure as one of the top friendliest cities in America this city has it all. Looking for family fun, history, shopping, delicious food, culture and a great place to meet then Nashville is the place for you. You don’t have to take my word as the Nashville Convention and Visitors Bureau says “The best way to get a feel for a city is to get out and experience it for you.”