Things to do in Nashville

As the great Dolly Parton sings, “it’s the greenest state in the land of the free and the home of the Grand Ole Opry,” and at CleanMed this year you’ll be at the center of it all. Plan now to join us May 7-9 in downtown Nashville for the premier gathering of leaders in health care sustainability. 

Rub shoulders with legends.

You’ll be just steps away from the Country Music Hall of Fame at the Omni Nashville Hotel. The conference hotel is connected by an indoor walkway to the museum. One of the world’s largest museums, it’s home to 2.5 million artifacts, including recordings, photos, instruments, costumes, and more celebrating the lives and work of many of America’s greatest musicians. 

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Get your eat on, Nashville style.

From farm-to-table fare to barbecue, biscuits, and other treats to make your tastebuds sing, take a tour of Nashville’s thriving food scene with Tennessee’s own physician-farmer Dr. Amy Neff. 

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Rock the night the away.

Whether you want to experience a concert in the Grand Ole Opry, dust off your cowboy boots for a good time at a honky tonk, or watch a rising star on Music Row, when the sun goes down in Nashville, “it will wake this town of dreams” (as Hank Williams Jr. calls it) where live music can be heard at 180+ venues. Gladys Knight, New Kids on the Block, the Dave Matthews Band, and hundreds more are playing the week of CleanMed.

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Art, history, culture, and more.

Antebellum homes, hot art galleries, walkable neighborhoods, and beyond. Whether you’re a first-timer or a seasoned Nashville visitor, this resource will help you plan a grand ole time in Music City.

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