A Country Christmas 2013 is coming to the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville starting on November 15, 2013. Gaylord Resort is currently owned by the Marriott hotel chains but that will not impact the Country Christmas presentation folks in Nashville have become accustomed to.
The Country Christmas event will feature over 2 million lights throughout the resort, the return of the Radio City Rockettes to the Grand Ole Opry House and the Lorrie Morgan Dinner Show. ICE will return again this year and will feature the Christmas classic ‘Frosty the Snowman’ and the Nativity scene. New to the Country Christmas event this year will be the acoustic shows on Friday and Saturday nights ‘A Not So Silent Night’ featuring artists singing their hits and traditional Christmas classics.
An event for the whole family; children of all ages can enjoy the fountain show, shop at the marketplace or take a stroll through the holly jolly time square. A Country Christmas is a must see when in Nashville. A Country Christmas can get a bit pricey, so check separate price ranges for varying events at the hotel. Taking a stroll through the hotel to view the Christmas lights and the fountain show is free but parking will cost you $20.00. A Country Christmas can brighten the spirit in any guest that attends one of the events out at the Gaylord Opryland Resort.