The Sales booth at Stop #1 (2nd Avenue and Broadway) has been moved to 3rd Avenue and Broadway in front of Luke Bryan’s 32 Bridge Bar.
Stop #7 has been moved to the James Robertson Parkway meets 7th Ave near the map of Tennessee.
SOUL OF MUSIC CITY NIGHT TOUR: April 22nd through and including April 28th
Due to scheduled road closures associated with the 2019 NFL Draft on Monday, April 22nd through and including Sunday April 28th, the Soul of Music City Night Tour on these nights will depart from 138 5th Ave N. (at the Old Town Trolley Depot located on the corner of 5th Ave N. & Commerce St.) Please check-in at this location by 6:45pm. Due to these road closures, the night tour will not be able to drive down lower Broadway or walk the Pedestrian Bridge.
The Renaissance Revival-style Little Sisters of the Poor Home for the Aged buildings were constructed in 1916. The complex occupies more than two acres on Horton Street between 17th and 18th Avenues. The main, E-shaped four-story building is a historically significant example of early-20th century architecture. The Little Sisters of the Poor, a Catholic relief agency, operated the home until 1968. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the buildings have been repurposed to house the Nashville offices of BMG Music Publishing. The main building’s chapel has been converted into a concert hall for various live music and video performances.