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Guest Experiences Travel Tips

Grab a seat and catch a show at remarkable music halls in some of the best vacation destinations across the U.S. Whether you’re looking for a classical performance, big-name concert, or lively special event, these spots offer it all.

Revel in the scenery at one of the five striking music venues, steeped in culture and grandeur, then settle in at a nearby Club Wyndham resort (or a WorldMark by Wyndham resort, available through Wyndham Club Pass).

Schermerhorn Symphony Center — Nashville, Tennessee

Attend a performance by the Nashville Symphony at Schermerhorn Symphony Center. The Center’s main venue is the Laura Turner Concert Hall which features a custom-built concert organ with more than 3,500 pipes made of wood and metal. Here you’ll also find the Mike Curb Family Music Education Hall, as well as a public garden to tour. And just across the street is the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

Where To Stay:
After you’ve experienced Schermerhorn Symphony Center and the tunes around Music City, turn in at Club Wyndham Nashville.

Orpheum Theatre — Phoenix, Arizona

Take in a concert or a Broadway musical at this atmospheric theater, built in 1929 as part of the Orpheum Circuit — a nationwide tour of vaudeville acts. The Spanish Baroque–style setting was named “the most beautifully designed theater in Arizona” by Architectural Digest. And if you like a little haunt with your history, take one of the Orpheum Theatre’s ghost tours where the theatre claims at least four ghosts are present.

Where To Stay:
Unwind after your day in the Valley of the Sun with a stay at Club Wyndham Legacy Golf Resort, with its own 18-hole golf course, or WorldMark South Mountain Preserve, surrounded by a nature preserve and 50 miles of trails for exploring.

Hampton Coliseum — Hampton, Virginia

Listen to riffs at Hampton Coliseum, home to the annual Hampton Jazz Festival, held each June. In addition to the jazz festival, the Hampton Coliseum hosts other major events like Disney On Ice, Ringling Brother Circus, and Monster Jam, thanks to a floor that’s almost as large as a football field.

Where To Stay:
A 30-minute drive from Hampton, Virginia, you’ll find the picturesque Club Wyndham KingsgateClub Wyndham Patriots’ Place, and Club Wyndham Governor’s Green in Williamsburg, Virginia, home to celebrated landmarks and historic attractions.

Salt Lake Tabernacle — Salt Lake City, Utah

At the stunning Salt Lake Tabernacle, you can observe weekly rehearsals and performances by The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square or one of the daily organ recitals featuring the renowned 11,623-pipe organ. While visiting the Tabernacle, plan to check out the rest of Temple Square, the center of history for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It covers 5 blocks and features historic sites, gardens and exhibits.

Where To Stay:
Just a 30-minute drive away is Park City, Utah, and Club Wyndham Park City and WorldMark Park City. Both resorts are nestled in the mountains and are a perfect retreat after enjoying the sights and sounds of Salt Lake City.

Red Rock Amphitheatre — Morrison, Colorado

Experience the impressive setting of Red Rocks Amphitheatre — carved into the great rock structures the amphitheatre is named for and surrounded by the 730-acre Red Rocks Park. Catch a concert, movie or performance under the Colorado sky at this “only naturally occurring, acoustically perfect amphitheatre in the world,” with two-and-a-half miles of seating.

Where To Stay:
When you’re ready, trade the Red Rocks for the Rocky Mountains — a 1.5-hour drive away, you’ll discover WorldMark Granby – Rocky Mountain Preserve in Granby, Colorado, or WorldMark Estes Park in Estes Park, Colorado.