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 Fun, Fun, Fun In Music City

Nashville doesn’t stop in the Winter. On a daily basis Nashville and surrounding areas offer an experience that doesn’t cost a thing. There’s plenty of attractions, events and art galleries to see. Visit the Bluebird Café or tour the Grand Ole Opry.

Concerts in January include Avenge Sevenfold, Dwight Yokum, Kid Rock, the music of Prince with the Nashville Symphony and much more. The Nashville Winter Wine Festival takes place at the Marathon Music works on January 6th. Visit the Music City Walk of Fame, and bring your appetite, because the Music City has also become a culinary destination.

There’s a Nashville Restaurant Week in January, from the 15th to the 21st, in which 40 locally owned restaurants of Middle Tennessee offer special menu items and deals you won’t want to miss!  Other food experiences include Caffin’s Barn Dinner theater, for 45 years a Nashville Landmark, and the General Jackson Showboat, taking you on a fun packed powerful musical journey down the musical highway featuring music born in Tennessee.

Try the Music City Brew Tour, learn about the history of beer and brewing in Nashville, in a four hour craft brewery tour with knowledgeable and experienced craft brew lovers.

The Nashville Farmers Market offers a night market each month. With local produce, meats cheeses and more. Explore Nashville’s neighborhoods, there’s adventure around every corner.

If you’re ever in the Cool Springs Franklin area, never hesitate to stop in and say hello me and my staff at Hyundai of Cool Springs, you’ll enjoy our family friendly way of doing business. Wishing you and yours the happiest of New Years!

Your neighbor,

Frank Odrobina. Owner of Hyundai and Genesis of Cool Springs