You can get an Arvidsson jersey ... something worth wearing. Broadway is very tourist focused from the restaurants to the shopping. Plenty of pregame spots, but, the target for everyplace is on tourists ... Hard Rock, a few musicians with eateries, etc. Pre and post game there are plenty of live shows up and down Broadway in the honkytonks. Printers Alley has a blues/jazz spot or two. The Nashville Symphony is only a couple hundred yards from the arena. I haven't looked at their schedule for early April. Nashville Symphony About an hour west of Nashville is Fort Campbell with a museum if that's more your thing. There is also a winery on the edge of Clarksville with the mandatory tastings. Hell ... there is even the Bell Witch Cave in Adams, TN just north of Nashville. The worst part about the Jack Daniel's trip is the drive because it is in the middle of nowhere. The tour is free and they have special edition bottles only available there. pros/cons. There is a distillery in Nashville at the old Marathon Motors site ... with tastings. If you head that way, be prepared to deal with tour busses as there is an antiques store linked to the show American Pickers in the same area. The Gulch area of Nashville has some good places to eat. Biscuit Love is a great breakfast spot ... not cheap, can get crowded, but yummy. Yazoo beer is brewed in walking distance from the Gulch.