Celebrate William Shakespeare’s Birthday in Nashville!

When you are planning a spring getaway to Nashville, plan to have a great time at William Shakespeare’s 447th Birthday Celebration at the Nashville Comedy Theater on April 23. This exciting event will provide you with a hilarious evening of Shakespearean-style comedy that will serve as a tribute to the bard. The talented cast of performers at the theater will provide improvisational comedy in the style of Shakespeare to honor and celebrate his incredible literary legacy. Surely thou shalt jest!

After exploring Nashville attractions and hotspots, you may want to enjoy some recreational activities, and you will have a blast at Europa Go Karts and Golf. You can enjoy racing your family and friends on the 1,000 yard track or playing a round of miniature golf for some healthy competition. There are even two different golf courses to choose from! Whether you have a need for speed or would prefer a leisurely round of golf, you are sure to have a great time at Europa Go Karts and Golf!

If you want to get a comprehensive view of Nashville during your visit, you can see all of the most notable attractions by taking the Discover Nashville Tour. This 3.5 hour tour will take you by important Nashville landmarks like Historic Downtown, Bicentennial Mall, the Parthenon, and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. You will even enjoy admission at the Ryman Auditorium and the Country Music Hall of Fame during the tour, so you will get to see it all during your tour!

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  1. oh yeah william shakespeare Happy BIrthday haha this event would be fun I wonder if they will have some of his plays if they do then? it would be fun to go to if so

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