You're already well aware that Nashville is famous for it's country music and that same music industry is responsible for pumping billions of dollars into the city's economy each year. The cultural beat of Nashville goes way beyond just the country music scene, even though that is at the heart of the city itself. Nashville enjoys a cultural diversity due in no small part to the vibrant music scene of the city but this diversity has seen Nashville rank #4 in the United States for its overall cultural vitality.
So what else can Nashville offer any lover of the arts?
The Tennessee Performing Arts Center deserves to get a special mention here because of its sheer size (with three theaters and taking up an entire city block) and the fact that it acts as home to the Nashville Opera, the Music City Drum and Bugle Corps, the Nashville Ballet, the Tennessee Repertory Theatre and, of course, any of the large number of touring Broadway shows also. So regardless what kind of music or performing arts event you're looking for you'll find that the Tennessee Performing Arts Center should be more than capable of meeting your needs.
No discussion of Nashville would be complete without mentioning the music industry that made the city so famous. If you love music then you're going to love the fact that you can go out any night of the week and hear and see some of the most talented singers and songwriters anywhere in the world. You can choose from the Grand Old Opry, Bridgestone Arena and the Ryman for major music events and after that there are hundreds of other smaller venues for you to choose from.
If there's nothing else you can be certain of when living in Nashville is that you'll find that there's something to do every single night of the week. You'll rarely, if ever, find yourself anything approaching bored when you're living in this vibrant, musical and culturally diverse city.
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