About Downtown Nashville
Take a walk and stand in front of a storefront and get a picture with Elvis or relax in a carriage ride around the district at night, Nashville?s downtown area is convenient to the music world that Nashville is known for. Check out the music hall of fame. Stand on the bridge and watch the Cumberland River flow beneath you while you muse over the reflection of the city in the water. As the city glitters off the water the lights set the stage for great restaurants and music rings on the air, the doors of the nightclubs open and you hear music floating through this music city. Walk the downtown area and feel the energy of the passersby as the city lights up with sound.
Historic Second Ave. is wide and sloping and filled with all kinds of entertainment, an easy walk or carriage ride from any hotel in the downtown area. Nashville is laid back and easy going, wake up to gentle southern mornings as you survey this lovely city of the south.
Stop in and have a bite at the Hard Rock CafÚ or the Melting Pot, Downtown Nashville is filled with music; you will hear Jazz and Country music floating on the air. Check out the WildHorse Saloon and BB Kings for a start to a Nashville night out. The Downtown Nashville hotels make you feel like Royalty, the moment you drive up you know you are special, you have come to Nashville. The Carriages are grand and picturesque, certainly a specialty to write home about, Downtown Nashville is polishing your glass, and ready for your visit to historic Downtown Nashville.
Events in Downtown Nashville
Rick Springfield with the Nashville Symphony
Singer, songwriter, actor and author Rick Springfield delivered some of the most iconic hits of the 80s. Now this GRAMMY┬« winner makes his Nashville Symphony debut for a memorable, high-energy performance that will have you out of your seats and dancing to hits like: Iv
Star Wars: A New Hope - In Concert with the Nashville Symphony
For the first time ever at the Schermerhorn, experience the iconic Star Wars films like never before! Travel to a galaxy far, far away and enjoy A New Hope projected in HD above the stage, while your Nashville Symphony performs John Williams Academy Award-winning score