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GTS Nashville Trip

Monday, April 3rd, 2023 - Thursday, April 6th, 2023


Holston House
1187 7th Ave North
Nashville, TN 37203

Holston Hotel Website


Dust off your boots, find the perfect cowboy hat, and start practicing your two steppin’. 

We are headed to Music City, USA – Nashville!

We are excited to have you join us to celebrate

the outstanding achievement against our 2021 goal!

We would like to thank our sponsor, Microsoft, for putting together this amazing opportunity to enjoy the best of Nashville, TN together.

Thank you,



Monday, April 3rd, 2023

Tuesday, April 4th, 2023

Wednesday, April 5th, 2023

Thursday, April 6th, 2023


  7:00PM - 9:00PM  

  3:00PM - 5:00PM  

  7:00PM - 9:00PM 

  7:00PM -   9:00PM  

  9:00PM - 12:00AM 


Holston House Hotel Check-in - Staggered Arrivals

Welcome Dinner at Husk  

Group Studio Tour

Group Dinner at Martin's Bar-B-Que Joint

Farewell Group Dinner at Kayne Prime

Late Night Reservation on Broadway

Holston House Hotel Check-out

Hotel Overview

Image by Tanner Boriack

Property Description

Holston House Nashville, steps from Lower Broadway, wraps refined modernism in timeless art deco character, creating a premier boutique hotel inspired by the Music City's history, charisma, and soul.


Venture to nearby live music venues or sip a local whiskey at their rooftop bar, TENN on Top, as you discover Nashville's bold, unbridled spirit.


On Property Dining


Restaurants & Bars

Holston House Nashville is where Southern hospitality meets contemporary American cuisine in a trio of approachable yet spirited dining options.


Each restaurant and bar invites locals and guests alike to unwind in a casual atmosphere filled with striking art deco décor that heightens the experience.

Signature dishes and cocktails are inspired by local flavors, regional ingredients, and classic Southern charm. 

Off Premise Dining


Welcome Reception
The Stables at Husk

Husk Nashville, located on Rutledge Hill in the heart of Downtown Nashville, transforms the essence of Southern food and highlights the unique ingredients of Tennessee. Executive Chef Katie Coss reinterprets the bounty of the surrounding area, exploring an ingredient-driven cuisine that begins in the rediscovery of heirloom products and redefines what it means to cook and eat in Nashville. Husk Nashville is housed in a complex of buildings dating back to the 1880’s and listed in the National Registry of Historic homes. In an effort to preserve the history of the buildings the property retains the antique charm and stately exterior while the interior speaks to a more modern minimalist theme. At Husk, the rule is that only food from the South can make it on the plate. The resulting cuisine is not about rediscovering Southern cooking, but rather exploring the reality and future of Southern food.

The Stables at Husk is a private dining and events space located in our historic carriage house, adjacent to their main restaurant, and offers the opportunity for a customized and exclusive Husk experience. The Stables accommodates approximately 35 guests for a standing cocktail reception. It exists separately from the main restaurant with its own kitchen, restrooms and patio, providing an intimate setting. The patio is situated directly off their beautiful garden and available for usage, weather permitting

Celebrity Recording Artist & Studio Tour

Drake White 

Born in Hokes Bluff, Alabama, country singer and songwriter Drake White's mix of country, blues, funk, rock & roll, and reggae, and his energetic, foot-stomping live shows eventually led him to Nashville and beyond. Growing up, he sang in the choir at his local church, and after getting a guitar at the age of 14 from a neighbor down the road who played bluegrass, he began writing and playing songs, continuing to do so while attending Gadsen State Community College and then Auburn University, earning a degree in building science even as he played in the local venues at night. After graduation, White took a job with a general contractor in Nashville, working by day and playing the song rounds at night, developing, with his band the Big Fire, a crackling and energetic stage presence that often found him freestyling lyrics in the middle of songs. He caught the eye of producer Jeremy Stover and was soon signed to MCA Nashville, turned his attention full-time to music, and released a debut single, "Simple Life," on the label early in 2013. A year later, White signed with Big Machine affiliate Dot Records, resulting in a pair of 2015 singles, "It Feels Good" and "Livin' the Dream." In August 2016, Dot released White's debut album, Spark, which debuted at number four on the Top Country Albums chart. Two years later, White released the Pieces EP.

In 2019, the "Livin' the Dream" singer almost fainted on stage during his concert series in Roanoke, Virginia. At that time, his bandmate quickly caught him when he began to stumble.

After the incident, he revealed that he had been facing an arteriovenous malformation (AVM) for months. The illness is caused by an abnormal tangle of arteries and veins in a patient's brain, disrupting normal blood flow in the system. White turned that dark experience into an inspiration to his new album, "The Optimystic." he revealed that the album is the result of him pushing through challenges.



Questions...Please contact:

Events by M Team at 847-337-2444,

or email Sandy Carosielli at

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