Hotel
Accommodations

Plan your trip to SHM Converge 2022 early to receive exclusive discounted rates* from our hotel partners.

Host Hotel
Omni Nashville

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March 7, 2022
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Host Hotel
JW Marriott

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March 15, 2022
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Renaissance Nashville

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April 15, 2022
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Hyatt Place

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March 6, 2022
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Hilton Nashville

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March 6, 2022
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Discounted room rates and room availability for SHM Converge attendees varies by hotel. Due to high demand, rooms may sell out before the end dates listed above. We recommend booking as soon as possible to save your spot.

Explore Nashville

Plan your unique experience and take advantage of everything Nashville has to offer.

THINGS TO DO
The music scene in Nashville is as diverse as the songwriters and musicians who make up the community. You already know you can find free live music 365 days a year at the Honky Tonks, but you can also find Americana, rock, pop, hip hop, and just about any other genre of music at a variety of venues around town. Whatever you are in the mood to hear, you can find it in Music City.
The museums in Nashville are as varied as the genres reverberating from the city’s music venues and recording studios. Expand your mind with a tour of one of the places below.
Fans in Music City are as passionate about their teams as they are about their music. Nashville is home to four professional sports teams and several NCAA Division I programs. If you would rather participate than sit on the sideline there’s plenty for you to do as well. Golf, standup paddleboarding, canoeing, and ziplining are just a few of the options to enjoy in Music City.
Nashville shops offer something for everyone: records by local musicians, rare musical instruments, vintage items, artisanal sweets and drinks, and items crafted by local makers and fashion designers. Find a local treasure to commemorate your trip to Music City at one of Nashville’s numerous shopping districts including 12South, East Nashville, Hillsboro Village, Germantown, Green Hills, and Downtown.
Discover the spots that make Nashville the culinary destination it is today, including chef-driven restaurants and classic dining spots serving up hot chicken, barbecue, and meat & three.

While you’ve been away, we’ve been busy! Come on back to your local favorites—and discover your soon-to-be favorites. With more than 60 new restaurants this year, a one-of-a-kind culinary adventure awaits. Simply put, we’re better than we were before. And we’re ready.

Family-friendly attractions run the gamut in Nashville from one-of-a-kind cars at Lane Motor Museum to the Taylor Swift Education Center at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. What’s more? Several museums offer free admission for children and those of all ages can listen to live music for free along Honky Tonk Highway before 7pm most nights.

Explore Everything Nashville has to Offer and Plan an Outdoor Adventure

Centennial Park

Don’t miss one of Nashville’s premier parks featuring the iconic Parthenon, a one-mile walking trail, Lake Watauga, the Centennial Art Center, historical monuments, an arts activity center, a beautiful sunken garden, a band shell, an events shelter, sand volleyball courts, dog park, and an exercise trail.

Explore the Park

Shelby Bottoms Greenway

The greenway offers over 5 miles of paved ADA accessible trail for hiking, biking, running, skating and wildlife watching and over 5 miles of primitive trails for more passive activities of walking, running and exploring nature.

Take a Hike

The Adventure Park at Nashville

Are you ready for the best climbing and zip line adventure Nashville has to offer? Get outside and into the largest adventure park in Nashville to experience a self-guided tree-to-tree climbing adventure.

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Bike the Greenway

Explore Nashville on a bike! Experience the outdoors with adventures along trails that wind through nature parks, riverbanks, creeks and urban areas.

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