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NEW YEAR'S GETAWAY: Nashville & Memphis

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Dec 28 12:00PM

Memphis & Nashville: New Year's Bash
Friday, Dec 28 to Tuesday, Jan 1
Memphis & Nashville TN

Join us for a New Year's Southern Bash in Tennessee's favorite cities-Nashville and Memphis! Ring in the new year and rock out the old with Music City at Nashvilles New Years Eve party on Lower Broadway. Enjoy touring Graceland with the whole mansion decorated for the holidays. Known for blues, country, BBQ, soul, history, culture, line dancing, cowboy boots, and guitars these two southern charms will entertain for the start of 2019!

Airport pick-up/drop-off
2 nights hotel downtown Nashville
2 nights hotel Memphis
Private ground transportation Memphis-Nashville
New Years Eve Bash on Broadway
Graceland Entrance Ticket
National Civil Rights Museum Entrance
Music Tour in Nashville
Sun Studio Memphis
Not included: Round-trip domestic airfare, meals, extra activities
Airfare: Your flight needs to arrive Memphis & depart Nashville
To include the airport transfers- please arrive to Memphis by 3pm and depart Nashville before 12pm

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Early Bird Price: $1495 ($500 deposit due expires 10/7)
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Friday, December 28: Memphis Arrival & Graceland
Upon arriving, and after lunch, (4 :30pm) well visit and tour the famous Sun Studio, known in the music industry as "The Birthplace of Rock 'N' Roll" and the most famous recording studio in the world. Opened by rock pioneer Sam Phillips in 1950 as the Memphis Recording Service, this national Historic Landmark is where superstar musicians like Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis, B.B. King, Howlin' Wolf, Johnny Cash, Roy Orbison and countless others started their recording careers.

Saturday, December 29: National Civil Rights Museum & Sun Studio
After breakfast well start our day at the National Civil Rights Museum. The National Civil Rights Museum doesnt look like a museum at all. Its located in perhaps one of the strangest places a museum can be located-an old motel. This old motel retains the off-white and teal colors that would have blended in back in the 1960s but stands out today. The museum has good reason to be located here. This is a historic building, its a building that couldnt be more related to the mission the museum hopes to serve. Its the building that Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated on April 4, 1968.

We will stop for lunch and then depart for Graceland~!
Over the 20 years Elvis lived here, Graceland created countless memories for the many friends and relatives who were a part of Elvis' life. Because Graceland was so close to Elvis' heart, it also holds deep meaning to his legions of fans from around the world. For many, the Elvis Presley mansion embodies the American Dream - a poor small town boy who reached super stardom and changed pop culture and the world forever. Other than his daughter and his music, Graceland was probably Elvis' greatest pride and joy. For fans of Elvis Presley, Graceland is the ultimate pilgrimage.
In the late afternoon, you may choose to explore Memphis on foot or at 5pm witness the famous Peabody Duck Walk at the Peabody hotel.

Sunday, December 30: Nashville Departure & Music Bus Tour
After breakfast well depart for Nashville (3hr drive) in time for lunch before our tour. Our afternoon music bus tour is more than a tour. Well laugh, sing, and smile on this Music Bus Tour. Hot spots on the tour will include the Historic Ryman Auditorium, Ernest Tubb Record Shop, Country Music Hall of Fame, Antique Archeology (shop owned by American Pickers star, Mike Wolfe), Historic Hondy Tonks, Music Row (where all the music is made in the city), and much more!


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