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Locations with long musical traditions
Music that wins GRAMMY®s has been created all over the world. Discover a few of our favorite musical destinations to create a new can’t-miss tradition of your own.
In addition to being host of the GRAMMY® Nominations Concert Live in 2012, Nashville boasts over a dozen annual music events and a gallery of GRAMMY®-winning artists, writers & musicians. After a visit to the Grand Ole Opry or Ryman Auditorium, country, bluegrass or soul will never sound the same.
New York City
It wouldn’t be the city that never sleeps without an incomparable music scene. Between Broadway’s musicals, Central Park’s SummerStage and countless music halls and venues, it’s not hard to find a new musical journey any night of the week in NYC.
From Adele to Amy Winehouse, The Beatles to David Bowie, London is where you can visit the birthplace of generations of GRAMMY® winners. Or try something new by taking in the “The Prom” concerts in Royal Albert Hall or performances scheduled around the annual Christmas Tree Lighting in Trafalgar Square.
Discover why the Chicago Symphony Orchestra has won GRAMMY® gold 62 times by visiting the Windy City. Home to some of the oldest jazz and blues clubs in the U.S., this is also where you can find an annual Broadway in Chicago Concert at Millennium Park.
You’ve heard about Jazz Fest, the ESSENCE Music Festival and the Second Lines of Treme, so why haven’t you seen them in person? See why New Orleans, home to an array of GRAMMY® winners, is a city that doesn’t just play music, it lives it.
Beyond the sophisticated nightclubs of Ginza or the live-music houses in Roppengi, Japan is a must-visit musical experience in Asia. Turn colorful cultural festivals and the annual Tokyo Brass Concord performance into a new musical ritual.