WordCamp US 2017
The third annual WordCamp US will be December 1-3, 2017 in Nashville, TN.
We’re thrilled to announce that WordCamp US 2017 is officially accepting speaker applications! The 3rd annual WordCamp US will be held December 1-3, 2017 in Nashville, Tennessee. We are excited to bring together WordPress enthusiasts from around the globe to participate in this fantastic event that celebrates all things WordPress. We appreciate the varied talents …
The Renaissance Nashville Hotel, one of the Nashville’s premier hotels, is the official hotel for WordCamp US 2017. It is just a short walk away from Music City Center, our official venue. Cool off in the indoor pool, burn off some steam in the fitness center, or relax and enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi in the hotel lobby while …
Nashville is hosting WordCamp US, y’all. We are excited to announce that WordCamp US 2017 will take place at the phenomenal Music City Center. Even though this venue is just 4-years-old, it has already made its mark as an amazing destination center. Music City Center is able to boast its 2.1 million square foot presence …
WordCamp US 2017 will be held at Music City Center, 201 Fifth Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37203. Located in the heart of downtown Nashville, Music City Center is home to a covered parking garage and is directly on several Nashville MTA bus routes.
Music City Center is able to boast its 2.1 million square foot presence in the heart of Nashville. With its downtown location, visitors find themselves just steps away from Nashville’s many offerings.
In addition to hosting events, Music City Center is the host to public artwork. The center represents over 50 artists and displays with over 100 pieces of eye-catching artwork. The art pieces include a mixture of paintings, suspended pieces, new media, mosaics, and light works that can be observed throughout the building.
Nashville is growing by leaps and bounds as a diverse city with many possibilities. Here are just some of the accolades Nashville has received in recent years:
Photo credit: Randy Hicks.
Contributing Writer: Eleasha Drew