Choose Between Two Options
- $45 for admission for two to Tinsel & Twang Christmas Show and dinner for two ($100 value)
- $89 for admission for four to Tinsel & Twang Christmas Show and dinner for four ($200 value)
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The Nashville Palace
In the early 1980s, when Randy Travis was a line cook and singer struggling to find his place in the country-music business, he recorded an independent album called Live at the Nashville Palace. The recording secured him a deal with Warner Bros. Records, and Travis went on to become one of the biggest stars in modern country music. Nashville Palace owner Jesse Lee Jones continues to honor this venue's storied history with the concert calendar, which he keeps packed with nightly performances from local, regional, and national artists. As audiences take in shows, they can nosh on grilled fare such as Angus-beef burgers, fried catfish, and chicken wings. Those seeking a more traditional dining experience can relax in the parlor room and enjoy a classic home-cooked dinner and show.