Accommodations

The conference is being held at the Hilton Garden Inn Nashville/Vanderbilt:

1715 Broadway
Nashville, Tennessee 37203

615-369-5900

A block of rooms has been reserved at the Hilton Garden Inn Nashville/Vanderbilt. To receive the special conference rate of $189, use the code "VPS". Space is limited so make your reservations by Friday, Jan 27, 2017 to receive the special rate and ensure availability.

 

 

 

While You're Here

Why not spend the day before or after the seminar seeing some of Nashville? Full of history, culture, and, of course, country music, Nashville features plenty to see and do.

Nasvhille Zoo at Grassmere - It may be December, but plenty of animals like the cold! Nashville Zoo is a progressive and dynamic zoological park serving Middle Tennessee, southern Kentucky and hundreds of thousands of tourists that travel to Nashville every year, with over 338 animal species and nearly 3,000 individual animals.

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum - It wouldn't be Nashville without country music! The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum seeks to collect, preserve, and interpret the evolving history and traditions of country music. Recently undergoing a $100 million expansion that doubled its size to 350,000 square feet, in the museum’s core exhibition, Sing Me Back Home: A Journey Through Country Music, visitors are immersed in the history and sounds of country music, its origins and traditions, and the stories and voices of many of its honored architects.

The Frist Center for the Visual Arts - Unlike any traditional museum you’ve ever visited, the Frist Center for the Visual Arts has become a magnet for Nashville’s rapidly expanding visual arts scene. With an exhibitions schedule that has new art flowing through the magnificent Art Deco building every 6 to 8 weeks, no matter how often you visit, there is always something new and exciting to see in the spacious galleries.

Tennessee State Museum - Find art, history and culture at one of the largest museums in the nation. Interpretive exhibits begin 15,000 years ago with prehistoric people and continue through the early 1900s,with special displays of furniture, silver, weapons, quilts, and paintings. The museum’s Civil War holdings of uniforms, battle flags and weapons are among the finest in the nation.

Nashville Symphony and Schermerhorn Symphony Center - Led by Music Director Giancarlo Guerrero and President and CEO Alan D. Valentine, the Nashville Symphony has established an international profile with its innovative programming and steadily expanding discography. Founded in 1946, the 85-member orchestra is today the largest performing arts nonprofit in the state of Tennessee. With 140 performances annually, the Symphony’s concert schedule encompasses a diverse mix of classical, pops, jazz and family programs, along with extensive community outreach efforts.