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Nashville Comedy Sing-Along Guided Tour

From US$38.17
  • Get acquainted with Nashville hot spots during this comedy sing-along tour
  • This tour turns the bus into a stage for onboard entertainment
  • Listen as your guide performs stand-up comedy and encourages you to sing 
Nashville Comedy Sing-Along Guided Tour
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Bus Loads at 1:25 pm & departs from: 330 Commerce Street, next to the CMT Building.
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11:30am Comedy Bus Tour
Bus Loads at 11:25 am & departs from: 330 Commerce Street, next to the CMT Building.
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If you’re looking to avoid Nashville bus tours packed full of families on vacation, but still want to see city sights such as the Country Music Hall of Fame and Music Row without walking, then this guided tour is just for you. Tailored especially for adults (no one under 21 is allowed on board), this comedy sing-along tour passes top Nashville hot spots while keeping you entertained during the whole ride.
What to Expect
For this Nashville comedy sing-along tour, meet at Sweet Magnolia Tours on Commerce Street, next to the CMT building. Arrive a little early, so you can snag a prime seat before the tour takes off.

Some of the attractions you can see along the way include the Ryman Auditorium, Ernest Tubb Record Shop, Country Music Hall of Fame, and Music Row. As you ride, the front of the bus acts as a stage for your guide who performs stand-up comedy jokes and sings songs, while trying to get you to join along in the singing, too.

This tour features some adult content and is only appropriate for those 21 years of age and older. It gives a great introduction to the city, so you can explore later on your own if you'd like. 

Your Nashville bus tour ends back at the place it began on Commerce Street.
Reviews (189)
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Reviewed 3 days ago
Gosh darn hilarious

If you are going to visit the Nashville area, and have a sense of humor that is not easily offended, you must take this tour! The girls are hilarious and we had an absolutely amazing time. I don't know a ton of country music, and...More

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank cowmonkies
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile
Dirty Diane, The Bossy One and The Nice Sister

We LOVED this comedy tour. The “guides” were hilarious and worked together so well as a team. We enjoyed the musical accompaniment of Devon Heath. Don’t go if you are easily offended. For a good time, call!

Thank Wood1_Family
Reviewed 1 week ago
Great tour

Nashville has really changed since I lived there in the 1980s. It has become a trendy place to visit. This means all kinds of people have started city tours. This includes Old Town Trolley Tours which we know from our San Diego hometown (I mistakenly...More

Date of experience: January 2019
2  Thank FunDiegoFamily
Reviewed December 4, 2018
Laugh until your side hurts

We ended our Nashville visit with this trip, what a great finale! Jenny and Jessie are quick witted and spare no one. Only go on this trip if you are not offended by off-color humor. Our trip was filled with good sports and lots of...More

Date of experience: November 2018
3  Thank Seaside770973
Reviewed November 18, 2018
The funniest and naughtiest tour you will encounter in Nashville!

This was another part of our “road trip” of The Southern USA with my wife and another couple of friends. Nashville was our first city stop. Having spent ages planning it using TripAdvisor and the forums this seemed like a fun way to see more...More

Date of experience: September 2018
1  Thank DavidLF
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January 17, 2019|
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Response from whimsical | Reviewed this property |
The Music City Rollin Jamboree is a fun ride - it is called a tour but not your typical tour - more of a comedy show riding in a bus. You are allowed to bring on a small cooler no bottles and there are stores in the area... More
October 25, 2018|
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Yes but it's not mandatory and no one gets out of hand.
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Response from 160trishl | Reviewed this property |
I would contact them directly but it did not look to be wheelchair accessible.
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