Stop #4, Ryman Auditorium, will be using alternate stop at 5th and Commerce (5th ave to Broadway is closed to tracffic)
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.
SOUL OF MUSIC CITY NIGHT TOUR: April 22nd through and including April 28th
Please be advised that between April 22, 2019 and April 28, 2019 the NFL Draft will be occurring in Nashville. During this time, much of downtown Nashville will be closed to vehicular traffic including the Old Town Trolley. Please be aware that the Old Town Trolley will continue to operate within a modified route. Guests can board the Trolley at stops 7 to 15. Trolley Stops 1 to 6 will be closed and inaccessible to our guests. We apologize for any inconvenience. For guests with a valid eTicket purchased online: Please visit one of our sales agents for a complimentary ticket to one of Nashville’s premiere attractions. Please mention this ad.
Mary of the Seven Sorrows Catholic Church is the oldest standing house of worship in the Protestant Vatican of the South. Built in 1837, it was considered an architectural wonder because the structure did not require internal columns. Like other Nashville churches, it was a hospital for wounded soldiers on both sides during the war. One of the unique downtown Nashville churches, it was the seat of the Archdiocese of Nashville for over 70 years. Mary of the Seven Sorrows Catholic Church features intricate stained glass windows, Italian marble altars and rare paintings like Botticelli’s “Madonna of the Fruit.”