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All roads lead to Nashville

Nashville

The Music City is getting loud again, and we couldn't be more excited. For a music-filled summer, all roads lead to Nashville.

Music, music everywhere

Music, music everywhere

Nashville's iconic Grand Ole Opry is open for in-person weekly performances, and famed venues like the Ryman Auditorium are back in business, as well. The city’s smaller, more intimate live music venues have suffered through the pandemic, but the community has rallied and several have reopened, or have plans to.

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Fingers crossed for hot chicken

Fingers crossed for hot chicken

On the food side, the return of the annual Music City Hot Chicken Festival—a celebration of the renowned spicy fried chicken dish that calls this city home—is unconfirmed, but newer upstarts like the Blended Festival, a mix of music, food and wine, will be wining and dining Nashville this summer as planned.

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Chicago

Catch a cubs game in person or step foot on the newly opened Navy Pier. The crowds are coming back to Chicago and we can't wait to join them.

Pop-ups and pop music

It’s a pick-your-pleasure kind of summer in Chicago: The always vibrant food scene is peppered with new and inventive pop-ups—featuring cuisines like Laotian, Cuban and Vietnamese—and the city’s two big summer music festivals, Lollapalooza and the Pitchfork Music Festival, haven’t (fingers-crossed) abandoned making a late season appearance in the Windy City, so stay tuned.

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Denver

Live sports and live music have both returned to Denver, making this outdoors-lover's paradise even more of a must-visit this summer.

Big events are a big draw

Two big reasons to head to Denver this summer: 1) Red Rocks, the open-air amphitheater just outside the city is back hosting the world’s biggest performing arts acts in a breathtaking natural setting and 2) Coors Field, the home of the Colorado Rockies, will be hosting Major League Baseball’s All-Star Game. Beyond these marquee events, Denver’s sidewalk dining scene has blossomed and eateries, like those in the city’s trendy Union Station, are ready to welcome foodies back.

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Austin

Barbecue, banjo and maybe lots and lots of bats (!) make Austin beating heart of Texas this summer

As quirky and charming as ever

Franklin Barbecue is still only offering curbside pick-up of their (well worth it) famous smoked meats, but Austin City Limits (ACL) Live is back with in-person performances and the city’s social calendar is beginning to fill up again. Quirky, niche events like the annual Austin Chronicle Hot Sauce festival and summer’s Bat Fest—a celebration of the city’s most famous non-human residents who live under the Congress Avenue Bridge—are still TBD for 2021, but ACL’s annual music event and the city’s jazz festival are both slated to return in person in the fall.

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