There are several reasons why Nashville is si alluring to bridal (and groom) parties. The city has unlimited bars blasting the nation's best musical talent. Starting at 11:00 AM every morning, the bars downtown will feature local musicians playing their hearts out for tips, exposure, and to fulfill their love for music.
Nashville's musical offerings range from country, to rock, to bluegrass, to blues, Even though country music is what Nashville is famous for, all genres of music are represented here. You can walk down Broadway and hear a country favorite streaming out of Swingin' Doors Saloon, listen to conventional bluegrass and rockabilly at Robert's Western World, hear Southern Rock at Paradise Park, move over to Printers Alley for jazz and blues at Bourbon Street Boogie and Blues,or grab a little rock at Hard Rock Cafe.
Because musicians play for free, there is rarely a cover at a bar. For every bar charging a cover charge, there are 20 that don't, so keep on strolling. This makes for a fun, affordable evening for bachelorettes and bachelors, alike.
And if the downtown scene gets a little congested and tired, parties can move over one mile to Midtown for more local flavor and eclectic offerings. The Midtown area includes Music Row, Vanderbilt and Belmont universities, three hospitals, oodles of local eateries, and the hip Hillsboro Village and West End neighborhood. Midtown is a younger crowd than downtown, which makes bachelorette and bachelor parties mighty happy!
Another reason Nashville is such a popular destination for bridal parties is that warm southern charm. Everyone in Nashville is so friendly and helpful. Guests always ask why everyone is so nice? it's because they live in Nashville.
Nashville is unique in that it has people from all backgrounds, most of whom were born in another part of the country; however, everyone is polite and welcoming of tourists. The city embraces everyone and exudes a sense of contentment that's not found in most cities of this size.
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