You can’t talk about Nashville nightlife without talking about the Grand Ole Opry. Since its founding in 1925, “the show that made country music famous” has hosted Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Dolly Parton, Garth Brooks and other country music luminaries in weekly performances, making it the longest-running radio show in history. Attendees can get the full experience by staying at the Opryland Hotel, which surrounds guests in plantation-style opulence within walking distance of the Opry. The Nashville scene isn’t limited to the giants of country music, however. The city certainly has no shortage of music venues, ensuring that, on any given night, there are plenty of concert options featuring up-and-coming artists, local favorites, and touring acts.