If you weren't already in the know, Nashville is one of the hottest cities for an unforgettable Bachelor/ette party! With honky tonks lining lower broadway, live music coming out of every door and no cover charges, it’s no wonder Nashville has become the top Bachelor/ette destination this side south of the Mason Dixon line!
As if that weren't enough of a reason to visit this bustling city, Nashville is also home to an exploding food scene! Chefs are flocking to the city to make their mark in the culinary climate and tourists and locals alike are more than happy to oblige.
After getting your fill of delicious cuisine, hop on one of the many "transportanment" options Nashville has to offer. From Pedal Taverns, Party Barges, and Tractors, to Golf Carts, School Buses and Party Buses! If it is your desire to become a “Woo Girl” at least once in your life, Nashville is the city to do it! WOO ON!!!
Keeping all of these fun activities in mind, we wanted to give you the low down on the best times to visit this great city and when to steer clear of the bright lights of Broadway. With this city's popularity, there are many times that tourists flock in the thousands and streets get shut down, Pedal Taverns are not able to operate, and bars are so crowded you can't even get a drink! No one needs that....
To ensure you and your crew have the BEST.WEEKEND.EVER, I've consulted my friends over at Bach Weekend and compiled a few dates that are perfect for a weekend in Nashville and a few weekends to make sure and steer clear of. Here are the best 8 weekends for you to come and party like a Southerner!!
DATEST TO NOT COME TO NASHVILLE, 2017!
New Years Weekend
Music City Marathon Weekend (April 28-30)
CMA Fest (June 6-11)
Bonnaroo (June 6-11)
4th of July Weekend
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