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America’s Music Cities


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Enjoy a toe-tapping tour of America’s most famed musical meccas:  New Orleans, Memphis, and Nashville.

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Enjoy a toe-tapping tour of America’s most famed musical meccas:  New Orleans, Memphis, and Nashville.


New Orleans

Hear why this city is known as the “Jazz Capital of the World” when visiting such hot spots as the Balcony Music Club and Palm Court Jazz Café.


Visit the New Orleans Jazz National Historic Park, which hosts live shows at the new art performance venue in the Old U.S. Mint.


Stop to taste a true New Orleans favorite – beignets at Café Du Monde. 

Visit the bustling French Marketplace where you’ll explore Pirates Alley, the Cabildo, the Presbytere and the Pontalba.




Don your blue suede shoes when you visit Graceland, the palatial home of Elvis Presley. On July 5, 1954, Elvis’ first recordings lit up Sun Studio in Memphis. To honor this anniversary, Graceland unveiled a new exhibit this year named “60 Years of Elvis.” See this exhibit as well as his home, original business office, trophy building, and the Meditation Garden, where Elvis and members of his family have been laid to rest.


Tour Sun Studio, where the “Million Dollar Quartet” of Elvis, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkings recorded top hits.


Spend the evening exploring Beale Street’s vibrant musical clubs and discover why the city is considered the birthplace of the Blues, Rock ‘n’ Roll and Soul.




Tour the historic RCA Studio B for an up-close look at Nashville’s oldest remaining record studio where Elvis Presley, Dolly Parton and Charlie Pride once recorded some of their classic hits. Learn the secrets of how each artist recorded their chart-topping music in this famous studio.


Explore the Country Music Hall of Fame, the largest museum of popular music in the world. The museum’s vast collections of memorabilia, costumes, recordings and instruments are artfully presented in cutting-edge exhibits, relaying the colorful histories of country music and its artists.


Visit the Old Ryman Auditorium and view the State Capitol, Music Row and the Parthenon – a full scale replica of the Athenian original!


Visit the renowned Grand Ole Opry. What began as a building where a local radio broadcast show aired once a week in 1925 has grown to become an entertainment complex that attracts music fans from all over the world.


Dine at the famous Wildhorse Saloon, home of a 3,300 square-foot dance floor that is used every night of the week by dancers and revelers!



To learn more about visits to America’s music cities, contact your local travel professional or call major tour operator Collette at 800.340.5158 and visit www.gocollette.com.


May 10, 2023

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