by Jeanne Brei
There are city tours, and then there’s the Music City Rollin’ Jamboree…The Rollin’ Jamboree is a rolling country music, comedy sing-along on wheels that serves up Nashville’s biggest sights, sings some of Music City’s best songs and shares some city secrets that most guides aren’t privy to… Jamboree comedian Jessie, keeps the bus in stitches, while fellow host Jenny shares the inside scoop on Nashville’s biggest stars and leads the tour side of the adventure through Music City. Along for the ride is one of Nashville’s top country crooners, Devon Cox. The trio will have you laughing and singing all throughout Music City. Hot spots on the tour include Music Row, the Country Music Hall of Fame, Union Station, and the historic Goo Goo Store. It also covers new turf, including the Johnny Cash Museum, shooting sites for ABC’s show “Nashville” and “American Pickers” star Mike Wolfe’s Antique Archaeology. Just voted on Tripadvisor as one of Nashville’s top five attractions and winner of the coveted Certificate of Excellence!
Another extraordinary, one-of-a-kind Nashville experience is to tour the city on a John Deere tractor! Nashville biggest party on wheels! John Deere Tractor with customized wagon. Seats 30 people and has DJ along with coolers for all your party needs. Rain or shine the party goes on! From birthday parties to bachelorette parties to church groups—if you’re looking for a unique way to see Nashville come see Big Green Tractor Tours LLC.
There’s just SO much to see and do in Nashville, I highly recommend using two of the best city websites I’ve ever seen: www.visitmusiccity.com and www.nashvilledowntown.com. They have hundreds and hundreds of things to see, do, eat and places to visit by category. After all, I have yet to mention visiting Opryland, Loretta Lynn’s ranch, taking a trolley, kayaking in the river and SO much more! Enjoy Nashville!
Music City Rollin Jamboree, 330 Commerce Street Nashville, TN 37219. Telephone: (615) 430-3109. For more info, visit musiccityrollinjamboree.com
This story originally appeared in the July/August issue of Exhibit City News, p. 84. For original layout, visit https://issuu.com/exhibitcitynews/docs/ecnflipbook_julyaugust_2019_web