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Music Legends of Tennessee

October 14 - October 23

October 14-23 2024

Music Legends of Tennessee

Date: October 14-23 ( 10 Days )

Join us for an incredible journey to the heartland of music in the USA. This fly in tour begins and ends in Nashville the Home of Country Music! With overnight stays at the Drury Nashville Airport, 3 nights Holiday Inn Clarksville, 3 nights Gaylord Opryland Nashville, and 2 nights at the amazing Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort in Pigeon Forge TN! This tour includes Clarksville TN’s Family Ties Tour which focuses on the Legends of Country music and Includes private performances by many of their direct descendants! Tours of Johnny Cash’s Storyteller Museum and Hideaway farm and Loretta Lynns Ranch, Dollywood and the Grand Ole Opry are just a few of the amazing places we will visit. Read our day to day details for more exciting information about this tour.


Prices include all applicable taxes 

Single Occupancy $ 5,890person
Double Occupancy $ 4,390/person
Triple Occupancy $ 4,110/person
Quad Occupancy $ 3,990/person

Deposit Required upon booking: $400/person
Final Payment Due: Aug 19 2024

Pricing is based on room occupancy.
Rates are for the departure date specified above.

What's Included

  • Local air-conditioned, bathroom equipped motor-coach bus transportation with professional driver
  • Services of an experienced Pro Tour Director 
  • Local step on guides
  • All gratuities paid for driver, Tour director, local guides and meals.
  • Meals Included: 9 Breakfasts, 3 Lunches, 6 Dinners
  • 9 nights accommodations 
  • 1 Night at the Drury Inn Nashville Airport
  • 3 Nights Holiday inn Clarksville TN
  • 3 Nights at Gaylord Opryland Nashville TN
  • 2 Nights at Dollywood’s DreamMore Resort and Spa, Pigeon Forge TN
  • Evening Kickback at the Drury, rotating menu of hot food
  • Nashville City tour with local guide
  • Country Music Hall of Fame
  • The Honkytonk Daycare Band and dinner
  • Passenger Creek features a 3-time state fiddle champion with the great grandson of Grand Ole Opry star Uncle Dave Macon.
  • Southern Dinner show with Dion Pride and Georgette Jones at Ruby Cora
  • Cash’s Storyteller Musem and Hideaway Farm, including a private performance by Mark Alan Cash
  • Lunch and tour at the Wonders Center
  • Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in Hurricane Mills Dinner show with Twitty and Lynn. Conway Twitty’s grandson, Tre, and Loretta Lynn’s granddaughter.
  • General Jackson Showboat lunch cruise
  • Delta flatboat at Gaylord Opryland
  • Grand Ole Opry reserved seating
  • Opry Backstage tour
  • Ryman Auditorium tour
  • Lunch Ole Red Nashville on Broadway
  • Dolly Parton’s Stampede
  • Dinner show Day pass entrance to DollyWood Theme park including front of line passes
  • Local Guided Smoky Mountain and Gatlinburg tour
  • Local Clarksville Guide (3 Days)
  • Local Nashville Guide
  • Flights to and from Nashville
  • At time of publication WestJet Flights return from Edmonton are available under $500.00 tax
  • We strongly advise not to book any flights before you have been notified that the tour is a

Tour Details by Day

Meals Included: Evening Kickback if arrival is early

Flights on your own into Nashville. We can help you choose the best flights.

You will want to make sure you arrive mid-late afternoon to enjoy an evening kickback at the Drury Inn from 5:30 – 7:00 PM.  This includes a rotating menu of hot food items and drinks. On airport arrival take the Drury Shuttle to the hotel for check in.

Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

Today we will start our day off with a guided city tour of Nashville, followed by free time
on Broadway for lunch and shopping on your own. We will then make our way to
the Holiday Inn Clarksville for the next 3 evenings. We start the Family Ties portion of this tour off right with a trip to the Southern Lights farm for dinner. Sit back to enjoy some fantastic music by The Honkytonk Daycare Band! The perfect beginning to our country music voyage. These kids all have ties to Country Music and range in age from 8 – 12 years old. Be prepared to be amazed by these talented kids and their knowledge of classic
country music.

Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

A day that starts with bluegrass music is a day that starts off right! Passenger Creek
features a 3-time state fiddle champion, as well as the great grandson of Grand Ole
Opry star Uncle Dave Macon.
When the music is over, let’s head out to see some downtown Clarksville attractions
where you can have lunch on your own and some free time to explore Clarksville.
After a brief stop and rest at the hotel, we will head to a local venue for a delicious
southern dinner with a great performance. If you thought George Jones and Tammy
Wynette were the king and queen of country music, tonight you will hear from the
princess. Georgette Jones will showcase her beautiful voice, singing songs made
famous by her parents and telling the stories behind the songs. She will be joined by
Dion Pride, the son of ACM Pioneer Award winner Charley Pride. As the son of
legendary Country Music Hall of Famer, Charley Pride, Dion carries on his family’s
musical legacy while forging his own path. With his remarkable talent as a songwriter
and multi-talented instrumentalist, playing guitar, piano, drums, and bass, Dion has
demonstrated his versatility in the world of music.

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner 

We have some insight into the life of the Man in Black today. We will drive an hour south to the tiny town of Bon Aqua, Tennessee, home of Johnny Cash’s Storyteller Hideaway Farm. Owned by Johnny Cash for more than 30 years, he commonly referred to the farm as the “center of my universe.” From the memorabilia to the farmhouse and the legendary “One Piece at a Time Car,” Johnny Cash Fans will be delighted by this stop. All of this with a private performance by Johnny’s nephew Mark Alan Cash Lunch will be served at the Wonders Center. This is the largest general science museum based upon biblical principles in the world. You will have a delicious lunch and time to tour the facility. What country music tour would be complete without honoring the Queen of Country Music, Loretta Lynn? Our next stop will be at Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee. “In 1966, Loretta and Mooney, (Loretta’s deceased husband Doolittle “Mooney” Lynn) stumbled upon this little town while looking for another piece of property and found the big house on the hill,” related Anthony Brutto, the general manager of Loretta Lynn’s Ranch and her grandson. “It was kind of dilapidated, but Loretta fell in love with it. Once they found out who owned the home, they also found out that that person also owned the town of Hurricane Mills. The only way the Lynns could buy the house was to purchase everything, so they bought the whole town.” Tour the antebellum home and Coal Miner’s Daughter Museum and visit the shops in Western Town. Next, we will head over to the amphitheater at Loretta Lynn’s ranch for dinner and a show with Twitty and Lynn. Conway Twitty’s grandson, Tre, and Loretta Lynn’s granddaughter, Tayla, will bring a wonderful tribute to their famous grandparents. Singing hits like Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man, Coal Miner’s Daughter and Hello Darling, guests will relive the old days of country music. Dinner will be served at this show.

Meals Included: Breakfast

After breakfast and a late checkout to pack your suitcases we will head in to Nashville
today. We will visit the Country Music Hall of Fame where you can wander this
magnificent tribute to country music at your own pace. Then you will have some more
free time on Broadway to enjoy lunch on your own. Early afternoon we will reconvene
and head to the Gaylord Opryland resort where we you can spend the afternoon and
evening exploring this massive resort or just relaxing in your room. You may even
choose to visit the Opry Mills Shopping center next door with free shuttle rides over.

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch

Enjoy breakfast and a free morning at the Gaylord Opryland Resort, at your leisure take
a ride on the Delta River flatboat, this afternoon we will head back downtown Nashville where we will enjoy lunch at Ole Red Nashville and then a Guided Ryman Auditorium tour.
Originally built as the Union Gospel Tabernacle over 130 years ago, the Ryman was
designed as a beacon for evangelicals in downtown Nashville. But it became country
music’s main stage in the ‘50s and ‘60s as the home of the Grand Ole Opry. Now, as
the birthplace of over a century of modern music’s defining moments, it’s one of the
most celebrated venues in the world.
After our tour we will go directly to the Opry House for a guided Grand Ole Opry
backstage tour. We will the retire back to the Gaylord Opryland resort to freshen up
before an evening performance with reserved seats at the Grand Ole Opry.
The Grand Ole Opry is the stage that showcases country music’s past, present, and
future, home to the art form’s growth and evolution for over 98 years. Taking over from
the Ryman Auditorium The Opry House gave the show more space and the facilities
necessary to grow and evolve. The Opry family began welcoming more giants like The
Gatlin Brothers, John Conlee, Ricky Skaggs, Lorrie Morgan, Reba McEntire, Randy
Travis, and Patty Loveless.

Meals Included: Breakfast, Lunch Cruise

Today after breakfast and some leisure time take the shuttle down to the General
Jackson for a lunch and show cruise.
While “rollin’ down the river,” you’ll enjoy stunning views, a delicious meal freshly
prepared by our chefs and toe-tapping entertainment in our two-story Victorian Theater.
One of the largest showboats ever built, the grand General Jackson is an elegant
triumph of American ingenuity. With its elegant lacy filigree and stately design, the boat
is reminiscent of the opulence of the American Victorian era.
Showboats have long been a colorful part of our nation’s history, and this most unique
Nashville attraction epitomizes the grace and grandeur of the South.
The General Jackson Showboat is named after the first steamboat to operate on the
Cumberland River in 1817.
After the cruise take the shuttle back to the Opryland resort and enjoy the rest of the
day at the resort or next door at Opry Mills Shopping Mall

Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

This morning we depart Nashville for Pigeon Forge, on our arrival after a quick lunch
we will have a local guided tour of the Smoky Mountains and Gatlinburg and a stop at
Old Smokey Moonshine. Once our tour is complete we will check in to Dollywood
DreamMore resort and get ready for an evening dinner show at the Dolly Stampede!

Meals Included: Breakfast, Dinner

Today is an entire day to yourself to enjoy Dollywood Theme park at your leisure, with
free shuttles, park entrance and front of the line passes you can come and go as you
wish. Incredible experience… Authentic fun… Unforgettable memories… Crafted daily.
Spanning 160 acres in the Great Smoky Mountains, Dollywood theme park offers more
than 50 world-class rides, high-energy entertainment, award-winning dining and the
friendliest theme park atmosphere in the world! Indulge yourself with delectable meals
at both the DreamMore resort and Dollywood Theme Park.
Did you say SHOPPING? One element that’s usually forgotten is SHOPPING at
Dollywood. And, trust me, you don’t want to miss it. You name it, they’ve got it! From
caricatures and handmade crafts to personalized necklaces and clothing, there’s so
much to choose from. Whether you’re shopping for yourself or trying to find the perfect
gift for a loved one, you’ll find that special something when shopping at Dollywood

Meals Included: Breakfast

After your included breakfast it is time to head back to Nashville to catch your flights home, and be dropped off at the airport. You will leave Tennessee full of memories from Music Legends and all of the sights and sounds of Tennessee


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