The epicenter of music in the South, Nashville’s calendar of events is always full. With hundreds of live music venues, there are incredible concerts happening every day and night of the year. Local, regional, and national musicians perform on almost every stage in the city. Not a country music fan? No worries! There are plenty of rock, blues, Christian, and pop acts big and small here, too.
Nashville’s dining scene is exploding thanks to a combination of chef-driven restaurants and classic dining spots. From flavorful barbecue and craft breweries to homemade comfort food, bourbon, and sweet tea, Nashville captures the taste of the South with an urban twist that locals love.
As Nashville continues to grow, so does its street art scene. Local and international artists are adding to Music City’s cultural fabric daily with Insta-worthy art that can be found on the sides of restaurants, shops, garage doors, water tanks, and even old silos. Leiper’s Fork is a find for antique collectors and art lovers, and be sure to stop by Reese Witherspoon’s favorite brand, Draper James. Or hang out in a unique coffee shop that isn’t Starbucks.
So, ya’ll ready to kick up your heels and have some fun in Music City? Just say Hello!.
Nashville International Airport (BNA)
Brentwood, TN 37027
Born and raised in Nashville, Mitch Jordan’s career in hospitality management is coming full circle back to his hometown. After graduating with a business degree from Middle Tennessee State University, Mitch started his career with a bang as a Walt Disney World character performer! He joined the sales department at the Walt Disney World Swan and Dolphin Resort in 2006 and grew through a variety of positions, leading to becoming the Director of Sales. In his new role at Hello!, Mitch is passionate about “Exceeding Expectations, but not at the expense of sacrificing integrity and the simple practice of “Doing the Right Thing.” Mitch’s partner in this journey called life is his wife Neysa. Together they have two young boys, Chase and Chandler, two dogs, and two cats. Mitch and his family enjoy campfires and conversation, watching Tennessee Titans football, and live country music. Mitch calls his role as Nashville General Manager his dream job, because “I have the unique opportunity to represent the city and state I love to our clients from around the world.”