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Nashville Plans to Host the Largest Fourth of July Fireworks Show in the Country

What to Do in Nashville on the Fourth of July | Travel + Leisure

We especially love East Nashville’s Tomato Art Fest, community concerts by the Nashville Symphony, Cumberland Park Splashpad, and the incredible Nashville 4th of July fireworks display. My girl likes ArtQuest at The Frist, I love free concerts, my husband likes to take the trails, and my little one loves story time at the Nashville Public Library.

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Authentic American Riverboat Cruises on the Mississippi River. Take a Paddlewheeler a few miles up and down the greatest river in the U.S.A., The "Mighty" Mississippi. This is a great way to see and learn a bit of Mississippi River history while visiting Memphis, Tennessee. The most popular cruise is the 90-minute sightseeing cruise, which take's visitors a step back into Tennessee history. Historical commentary gives a comprehensive....

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RCA Studio B - Must-See Sites in Nashville

After taking in the sights at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, take a tour of RCA Studio B. Located on downtown’s famed “Music Row,” the recording studio (Nashville’s oldest) was built in 1957 and reopened as part of the museum in 1977. In between, some of country’s biggest stars, including Elvis Presley (who cut 150 tracks there), Roy Orbison, Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, and Lee Ann Rimes, recorded more than 1,000 top 10 hits in the studio. Today, Belmont University uses the…

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