Nashville is a city that is regarded as the “Country Music Capital of the World” due to its local talents who became major in the country music scene. This is a great city to explore, not only for those who love country music but all types of different musical genres, and although Nashville is known for it’s music scene, there’s many other fun and exciting things to do in Nashville that are not music related.
Nashville is the capital city of Tennessee, USA.
There are many musical attractions in the city. You can attend the concerts held by the best talents at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. The Nashville symphony organizes a number of concerts throughout the year for the enjoyment of both locals and tourists.
If you are a fan of movies and films, you can visit the city during the Nashville Film Festival season so you can watch different types of films from all over the world.
Pay the zoo a visit if you are an animal lover or if you bring along your kids during your holiday in the city. The Nashville Zoo has over 300 species of animals, some of which you can even touch, feed, or pet.
The best time to visit Nashville is during the summer season which runs from April to October. This summer period is when most of the events take place, like the Country Music Festival in June, Southern Ground Music and Food Festival in September. The colorful Music City Eats is also held in September.
If you are active in sports, you might be interested in joining the Rock and Roll Half Marathon which takes place in April. Average temperature during the month of April ranges from 21ºC to 32ºC (70ºF to 90ºF).
Although the winter season of November through March is not the peak travel season, you can still catch the CMA Awards in November and Christmas at Belmont from November to January.
|4~9 °C||7~11 °C||16 °C||22 °C||25~27 °C||29~31 °C||30~33 °C||31~32 °C||27~29 °C||21~23 °C||14~16 °C||8~10 °C|