You’ve Never Seen Music Legends Like This!Posted March 30, 2017 in the TAP Into Travel Blog
Close your eyes for a moment and think about the birth of Rock and Roll and the best known music cities for music legends. Cities like Branson, Memphis, and Nashville probably come to mind. Likely New Orleans and Austin too. Perhaps even Pigeon Forge, home of Dollywood. And, with good reason. So much of the music industry is based in these places.
Now imagine, if you will, what you can expect to see in these places. Big stars. Up and comers. A touch of history, and maybe even the odd celebrity impersonator. (Some great, and some probably truly odd! But all in good fun!) Music legends are made here amidst great productions and glitzy lights. In bluesy bars and on stages big and small. Music at its finest. Performances you’ll never forget. Places like the Grand Ole Opry, Graceland, the Country Music Hall of Fame, and theatre after theatre filled with music.
We’d like to take you to all of these places and more! While we have lots of phenomenal tours that visit these cities, one in particular pays homage to the modern history of music like no other. Namely country and rock and roll.
Our Music Cities itinerary hits the high points of some of the greatest music history around! This tour should be on your bucket list if you’ve ever listened to a record, a CD, an MP3, or even the radio (streaming or traditional); if you’ve ever been to a concert or wanted to go. If you’ve ever idolized music legends, this is your big shot to see it all! With overnight stays in Nashville, Pigeon Forge, Chattanooga, Memphis, and Branson, Music Cities hits the highlights of each area. It features behind the scenes tours and live performances you won’t soon forget! So be sure to check out the full itinerary here to see everything that’s included – and then let us know if we can get you set up on this tour of a lifetime. We guarantee, you’ve never seen rock and roll like this before!
More Recommended Tours to Experience Music Legends!
From Cajuns to Cowboys – Start in New Orleans, end in Dallas, and see what cities like Austin and San Antonio have to offer too – a dose of the south and southern music traditions will have you dancin’ in your boots. From Zydeco to Western Swing, Gumbo to BBQ, Plantations to Texas Whitehouse. Mix a little Jazz, Zydeco and Western Swing music with Cajun food, Texas BBQ and a taste of Germany add a dash of good ole American Cowboys and you have a trip of a lifetime. Join us to learn about this great trip from New Orleans to Ft. Worth. This is not your ordinary tour.
USA Deep South – Featuring Nashville to New Orleans and everything in between! The Deep South is just one of those regions of America that conjures up more than its fair share of historic infamy as well as plenty of music, food and natural beauty to provide the backbone to a truly memorable tour. With religion deeply ingrained in the culture and cotton picking still a big business, it is easy to see how time changes slowly in the Deep South. However, change is in the air and a tour of cities such as New Orleans or Nashville presents a fascinating blend of the old and the new. The Grand Ole Opry, Gracelands, Bourbon Street and Stax Records – if your toes weren’t tapping to the sound of jazz, soul and rock ‘n’ roll before you arrived in the Deep South, they surely will by the time you depart for home.
New Year’s in Memphis – Ring in the new year at the NEW World Class Guest House Resort at Graceland! Visit the all new $45 million, 200,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art entertainment complex! The NEW Guest House at Graceland welcomes you! Located on beautifully landscaped property, just a few steps from the gates of Graceland, this unique accommodation is inspired by the warm hospitality Elvis was known for. From the southern colonial exterior to the beautifully appointed guest rooms ~ every aspect of The Guest House reflects Elvis’ personal style and the unique character of Graceland. View never-before-seen exhibits in the all new state-of-the-art entertainment complex, now named Elvis Presley’s Memphis. This complex includes his Airplanes, Car Museum and Elvis Showcase Discovery Exhibits. In Memphis, tour the Rock n’ Soul Museum, see Sun Studio, the Slave Haven Underground Railroad Museum, Beale Street, Memphis Music Hall of Fame, the Cotton Museum and More! Then top all this off with a fantastic New Years Eve Party!