Nashville offers something for everyone. With impressive music, great food, and endless events, it’s hard to decide how to organize your trip. For bachelors that want to hit all of the highlights, we’ve designed an itinerary to let you explore Nashville in 48 hours.
Music City has no shortage of beer and breweries. You can gather up your crew and tour some popular breweries in town. No matter where you are staying, there’s sure to be a brewery nearby. Some of our favorites include: Jackalope, Tailgate Beer, Fat Bottom Brewery, Tennessee Brew Works, and Yazoo. Check out our brewery guide here.
With a quick trip to Nashville, you won’t have time for 18 holes, but with Topgolf you can fit in some rounds while knocking back a cold one. The bays are climate controlled so you won’t have to plan around the weather, plus the venue features a full-service bar and restaurant.
Broadway has the best nightlife in the south. With an endless supply of bars and honky tonks, you can grab drinks, dance, and enjoy live music all night. Nicknamed “Honky Tonk Highway,” you can listen to live music til 3am, 365 days a year.
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Nashville is the home to several professional sports teams. With such a variety, games are happening almost year round. Depending on when you plan your trip, you could catch a Preds hockey game at Bridgestone, cheer on the Titans at Nissan, enjoy some soccer, or eat a hot dog at a Sounds baseball game.
Catch a Show
Broadway isn’t the only place to catch live music in Nashville. There are smaller venues scattered throughout the city with impressive event schedules and setlists that are sure not to disappoint. Check out live venue options here.
Heather Brown, a Nashville Guide writer
Hailing from the Old Dominion, I've easily adapted my "Virginia is for Lovers" slogan to the "Nashville is for Music Lovers" lifestyle. After moving to Music City from Oklahoma City, I've explored middle Tennessee through the lens of artists' paintbrushes and urban canvasses. I've enjoyed eating, sipping, and dancing my way through Tennessee's capital while pausing periodically to strike a pose throughout the journey.