Preparing for Funnel Hacking Live 2020 In Nashville
2019 is quickly winding down, and before you know it, 2020 will be here. That means Funnel Hacking Live is just around the corner. If you haven’t yet, make sure you register for the January/February event and join thousands of other Funnel Hackers in the beautiful city of Nashville, Tennessee.
If you’ve already registered, it’s time to start prepping for the trip to Nashville. Consider this your guide for getting there as easily as possible and for what you do while you’re there.
How To Buy Plane Tickets
As Funnel Hacking Live 2020 approaches, you’ll want to get an early start on buying plane tickets and reserving hotel rooms. The closer we get to the big event, the more likely prices are going to rise, so buying them now is the smart move.
Of course, finding the cheapest plane tickets isn’t always easy. Prices always seem to fluctuate, but here are a few tips to help you get the best rates possible.
Incognito Searching. The cookies in your browser keep track of what you search for when it comes to plane tickets. If you’re continually searching a certain route, the cookies will make note of that, and ticket websites will automatically increase prices. To avoid this, make sure you search for flights while in a private browsing or incognito mode.
Some airlines exist to get you where you need to go on a budget. Some of the most well-known budget airlines include Frontier, Spirit Airlines, and Southwest, but there are many others to choose from. If you go with one of these airlines, you’re more likely to find cheaper tickets.
Flight Search Engines
You probably book most of your flights via a flight search engine. Some are better than others, however, particularly when it comes to prices. Use a flight search engine that offers cheaper prices. Some sites that fit this description include Skyscanner, CheapOair, Kiwi.com, and Momondo.
How To Pack Efficiently
Funnel Hacking Live 2020 takes place from January29th – February 1st, so you’ll want to pack for about 4 days (don’t forget to bring some extra clothes in case you drop food on your nice shirt ;-)). But don’t pack too much; while it would be easy to pack a couple of suitcases, that all adds up when you check-in for your flight. Here’s some advice on how to pack efficiently.
Plan Your Stay
Exactly how many days will you be staying in Nashville? What will you be doing each day? These are the types of questions you need to answer as you pack. This will help you plan for exactly how many pairs of clothes you need to pack, the accessories you need to bring, and more. Careful planning will eliminate any excess.
Fold and Roll
When it comes to stuffing your suitcase, you can fold or roll your clothes. Rolling will take up less space, but it can cause wrinkles, so use it for materials that resist wrinkles. Only fold those clothes that could get wrinkly if rolled up. And when you roll, make sure you roll the material tight.
Before leaving, make sure to check the weather forecast. This can help you decide what you need to bring. It can be pretty chilly in Nashville in January and February, so keep that in mind. Check to see if it’s going to rain, if there’s a cold spell coming, or if a warm front may be on the way. All of these factors can affect what you pack.
A Guide to Nashville (From a Native Nashvillian)
Once you’re in Nashville, you’re going to want to know what you can do there. Take advantage of the trip to see all that this wonderful city has to offer.
Nashville features a variety of great restaurants to choose from. Perhaps the most exclusive is Bastion, a restaurant that features a five-course meal but only 24 total seats, so reserve early if you can. Bastion is only for those ready to spend a lot on their food, but it’s gained national fame for a reason.
For something more budget-friendly, try Prince’s Hot Chicken. This restaurant’s claim to fame is the spicy chicken it offers, which really kicked off the hot chicken trend you see elsewhere. Eat there if you want something really spicy.
You can also try Pastaria Nashville for some tasty Italian fare. You’ll see your meal prepared right in front of you as you get a taste of some traditional Italian food with unique twists.
I highly recommend reserving a table for wherever you choose to go the day before — better to be safe than hungry.
Entertainment Options. Nashville has the nickname Music City, so while in town, why not visit the Musicians Hall of Fame? The museum honors the musicians that have shaped the music scene for decades, from famous faces and bands like Jimi Hendrix, Peter Frampton, Toto, and Garth Brooks, to lesser-known but still influential artists.
Nashville also features plenty of great walking tours. Find one that matches your tastes. You can choose from a variety of tours focused around things like Nashville history, music, food, and even ghosts. Here’s a list with 15 of the best tours in Nashville.
Or maybe you’d like to catch a movie. You can do that at the Belcourt, which is the oldest movie theater in the city. It was built all the way back in the 1920s.
No trip to Nashville would be complete without a visit to the Grand Ole Opry. One of the most famous sites in the city, the Grand Ole Opry is host to one of the longest-running live radio shows in the country. You can get tickets to the actual show or take a tour of the place. Best of all, the Grand Ole Opry is right next to the Gaylord Opryland resort, where Funnel Hacking Live is taking place! You can even get started by booking your hotel room today.
Get Ready For Funnel Hacking Live 2020
Funnel Hacking Live 2020 will be an unforgettable experience. Look at this guide to plan ahead and prepare for a trip you’ll be talking about for many years to come. There’s still time to register and tickets are limited, so act fast. Head to the event and take advantage of all that Nashville (and Funnel Hacking Live 2020) has to offer.