Robert J. Rendzio, SERC President
Anthony T. Brickhouse, SERC Vice President
Alicia G. Storey, SERC Secretary/Treasurer
|One Day Only||$250.00||$275.00|
|Kapustin Scholarship Recipient||$250.00||$250.00|
|Welcome Reception Only||$70.00||$80.00|
|Tuesday Night Off Site Dinner Only||$180.00||$200.00|
|President's Reception & Awards Banquet [Thursday Evening]||$150.00||$175.00|
Full registration for seminar delegates includes breakfast, lunch, and two coffee breaks each day, as well as all social events.
Social events include: Welcome Reception, Tuesday Night Dinner, President's Reception & Awards Banquet [Wednesday Evening].
Full registration for companions includes breakfast each morning, two days of touring, lunch, as well as all social events listed above.
Lunch for companions is not included on Thursday.
Tutorials and the tour on Friday are optional and are NOT included in the seminar registration fee.
The delegate list will be posted on the ISASI website. You will also have access to a delegate list on the seminar app. Once you have registered, please download the Cvent app for all information pertaining to the seminar.
Mark Jahanbin - ISASI International Sponsorship Chair
Barbara Dunn - ISASI President
Our Companion Program includes 2 days of touring, breakfast each morning, and all the social events.
Welcome Reception, Tuesday Night Dinner, and the President's Reception & Awards Banquet (Thursday Evening).
Lunch will be included both days.
After breakfast at the hotel (included in the Companion Program), your tour guide will meet you in the hotel lobby at 9:30.
Your tour will start with a visit to the Country Music Hall of Fame! This is a self-guided tour that has been called the "Smithsonian of country music", celebrated for its broad cultural impact, educational mission, and unrivaled collection of historically important artifacts related to country music. The world's largest single genre music museum in the world, with rotating exhibits, engaging activities, and one-of-a-kind memorabilia.
You will then depart for lunch at the Peg Leg Porker, a family owned and operated restaurant that boasts award winning BBQ! Walk past the long line of patrons like a VIP as you make your way to the private dining room boasting a patio with great views of downtown.
After lunch you will depart for a guided tour of "Studio B", where Hall of Fame members and music legends cut tracks, wrote songs, and made history. Stand in the exact spot where Elvis stood when he recorded most of his top hits. It's the most genuine music tour in Nashville.
Expect to arrive back at the hotel by 4:00 pm, in plenty of time to prepare for the off-site dinner that evening!
After breakfast, your walking tour will start at the Johnny Cash/Patsy Cline Museums. Enjoy the largest and most comprehensive personal collection of Johnny Cash artifacts and memorabilia in the world. Then step into the one of a kind museum celebrating the life of legendary songstress Patsy Cline, featuring hundreds of never-before-seen artifacts.
You will enjoy lunch at Johnny Cash's Bar and BBQ, a restaurant that recreates the warmth and authenticity of Johnny and June Cash's home and features many photos and artifacts that provide a glimpse into the day-to-day life of the superstar. Don't miss the Nashville Hot Chicken, it's the hottest thing on the menu!
After lunch, walk over to the Goo Goo Cluster for an exclusive Candy Making Class. This hands-on chocolate
class offers a one-of-a-kind candy making experience that allows you to explore your inner chocolatier.
You won't want to miss it!
Did you know that Goo Goo is the maker of America's first combination candy bar? You're welcome, Snickers.
Expect to arrive back at the hotel by 4:00 pm.
See country legends, rising stars, and the who's who of country music take one iconic stage for a two-hour live show tha tfeels like a music festival!
The Grand Old Opry is the longest running live radio show, celebrating its 97th birthday this October.
In each show, eight or more artists - from Opry members like Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban to up-and-comers like BRELAND and Priscilla Block - come together to celebrate the past, present, and future of country music. All on the show that made it famous.
After you watch the show, see what it's like behind the scenes! Get an exclusive look at what happens on the other side of the curtain of hte show that made country music famous. Walk the same halls that all of the stars that have taken the stage on the Grand Ole Opry have walked.