PhotosYou never know who you’ll see on the Rollin’ Jamboree!

Mike Wolfe from American Pickers stops by for an “antique rendition” of John Anderson’s “Swingin’”

Featured Review

“I was on the ‘Music City Rollin’ Jamboree’ Saturday December 7th and had so much fun. It was a great way to see Nashville and have a good time along the way! I learned much about the town that I fell in love with that weekend. The Tour guides not only knew their stuff but they made learning about the town enjoyable. Ive been on tour in other cities (Chicago, New Orleans… etc) this was by far the best one Ive ever been on! Would recommend to ANYONE who has never been to Nashville or is looking to see Nashville in a different way!”

- Katherine K. – Crystal Lake, Illinois on  Trip

 


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Climb aboard the
Music City Rollin’ Jamboree!

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There are city tours, and then there’s the Music City Rollin’ Jamboree… A far cry from the typical monotone tourist trap travelogues, the Rollin’ Jamboree is a rolling country music, comedy sing-along on wheels that serves up Nashville’s biggest sights, captures its rambunctious spirit, sings some of Music City’s best songs and shares some city secrets that most guides aren’t privy to.

Jamboree host Jessie, trained by the revered comedy institution, The Groundlings, keeps the bus in stitches, while fellow host Jenny, who hails from Nashville, is the resident “Country Music Expert.” She shares the inside scoop on Nashville’s biggest stars and leads the tour side of the adventure through Music City. Along for the ride is one of Nashville’s top country crooners, Devon Cox. The trio will have you laughing and singing all throughout Music City.

Hot spots on the tour include favorites such as Music Row, the Country Music Hall of Fame, Ernest Tubb’s Record Shop, and the city’s slew of historic honky tonks. It also covers new turf, including the Johnny Cash Museum, shooting sites for ABC’s popular show “Nashville,” and “American Pickers” star Mike Wolfe’s Antique Archaeology Shop. Please note…THIS IS NOT A PARTY BUS! It is a comedy tour and sing-along. We do not allow disturbances during the show.
You MUST be 21 to ride The Rollin’ Jamboree!

 

So what are you waiting for??

Get your tickets now and hop aboard our bus, The Ida Claire…

YOU MUST BE 21 TO RIDE THE MUSIC CITY ROLLIN’ JAMBOREE!!

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