One of the best places to experience Southern hospitality and world-class entertainment would be none other than the Music City itself: Nashville, Tenn. This progressive city is overflowing with award-winning cuisine options, unique shops, outdoor activities, and a melting pot of musical entertainment. With so many activities to explore, why not enjoy the city and experience premier education centered powering the performance of your oral health practice? From November 7-9th, Nashville will host the 2019 Global Oral Health Summit at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center. The Summit will not only provide a great location for you to discover, but also an immersive learning experience for oral health professionals across all specialties. As an attendee, here are a few exiting amenities to look forward to in Nashville, TN.
Nashville’s Music Entertainment and Performing Arts
Although country music is a staple genre for the city, there’s far more musical history than what you may think. Nashville also incorporates rock, bluegrass, jazz, and more to help give it the “Music City” name. Many legends began their careers on the Honky Tonk Highway of the Broadway Historic District. This lower stretch of the district has many “honky-tonk” or live music establishments to visit. At the center of the city’s country music industry is Music Row. Located southeast of the city, you can find historic radio stations and recording studios where legends like Dolly Parton and Elvis Presley recorded some of their musical top hits.
Aside from musical entertainment, Nashville is a great home to the performing arts. The Nashville Ballet is known for performing captivating new works as well as iconic classics. The Belcourt Theatre is another great option for viewing independent, foreign, and classic films year-round. Whatever your entertainment preference may be, Nashville is sure to not disappoint.
Nashville has some of the best, unique Southern attractions you can find. From visiting the Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum to seeing the largest U.S. collection of rare European cars and motorcycles at the Lane Motor Museum, there is no shortage of things to do. Another few notable attractions include:
- Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum
- First Art Museum
- The Hermitage
- Johnny Cash Museum
- The Parthenon in Centennial Park
- Grand Ole Opry
- The Belle Meade Plantation
Nashville has any cuisine you can imagine from barbecue to the Southern meat and three styles. One Nashville staple you may want to try is their notable hot chicken. It’s a local specialty that’s unlike any other food you’ve had before. Nashville’s food scene has evolved to include many satisfying experiences from all over the country. You don’t have to travel far to find good food in Nashville. Whether you’re looking for traditional dishes or the best pizzeria in town, here’s a food guide to the best spots in town.
The Global Oral Health Summit is a great opportunity to connect with peers, discover oral health solutions, and explore the great city of Nashville. This year’s Summit will incorporate a new program format that will give attendees personalized and tailored experiences like never before. Register today to take advantage of this incredible education program and lively travel destination.