A city guide to Nashville

Places for a business meeting or to celebrate or relax

When you picture Nashville, you may immediately think of Country music and all that entails. You can certainly get your fill of music & boots any time you visit, however a visit to Music City can be just as fun without ever stepping on the dance floor at the Wildhorse Saloon, visiting the famous Grand Ole Opry or historic Ryman Auditorium, or making a reservation at the Bluebird Cafe.  

Whatever you enjoy, you’ll find Nashville enjoys it too… and is ready to enjoy it with you! Maybe it’s that famous Southern hospitality, or maybe people are just so happy to have planted their roots here!

For that casual visit, below you’ll find some possibly inspirational ways to enjoy your stay.  

Sports and concerts


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Depending on your timing & length of stay, Nashville always has something going on. We won’t waste time listing all the venues, but you can easily check out what is happening at Bridgestone Arena (concerts, NHL - Predators hockey, etc), Nissan Stadium (NFL - Titans), and the previously mentioned Ryman Auditorium.

The classics


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Like most cities, there are staples you can visit here too.

This might include a trip to the Nashville Zoo, The Frist Center (Center For the Visual Arts), or the Nashville Public Library (built to impress!).


Hit these spots to let your friends & family know you’ve been there, whilst making your colleagues jealous in the process.

Beer and Whiskey

If your visit allows, hit these spots to relax and partake in local brews & spirits. There are more than listed, but this will get you started:

By Kirk O’Connor, Global Account Executive at

Kirk lives in Tennessee with his wife & children, and enjoys all that the Nashville area has to offer. A habitual researcher & host, he loves to share enjoyable experiences with those around him, in work & in play.  

If you find yourself visiting Nashville, drop him a line at [email protected]


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