10 DAY MUSIC HISTORY TOUR -Fantastic Voyage Land of Funk

Trip Highlights


Experience the Land of Funk on our Black Music History Tour — one of the most exciting and authentic multi-day tours in all of North America. Our expert guides will take you on a musical journey through the heart of America, following in the footsteps of black music pioneers to explore how their influence is present throughout all aspects of American culture.

You’ll get an insider’s look into the musical heritage and highlights of Black Music, visiting legendary music studios, iconic venues and even hearing from some music legends themselves! Travel with us to legendary sites across 8 cities including Detroit, Cleveland, Dayton Cinninatti Nashville, and Memphis, to learn stories through music. From Motown to The Rock roll Hall of Fame to Dayton and Cincinnati, The Funk Capitol, and on to Nashville and Soulsville in Memphis TN.

We invite you on a breathtaking journey through the heart of American music, exploring the true Rythem of America, American Soul and Funk Music

Tour info

10 days
Group Size
14 to 42
Price starts at

Why take this tour?

Detroit, Cleveland, Dayton Cincinnati, Nashville, Memphis

10 Day Music History Experience:

  1. Detroit 2 days
  2. Cleveland 2 days 
  3. Dayton 1 days
  4. Cincinnati 1 days
  5. Nashville 2 Days
  6. Memphis 2 Days

11 Destination:

  1. Motown Huntsville Museum
  2. Universal Studios
  3. Fox Theater- Detroit
  4. Charles H Write Museum of African American History
  5. Rock N Roll Hall of Fame
  6. National Underground Railroad Museum
  7. National African American Music Museum
  8. Sun Recording Studios
  9. Rock n Soul Museum
  10. STAX Soul Music Museum
  11. National Civil Rights Museum


  • 3-4 Star Hotel

  • 5 Hotels

  • Welcome Cocktail in the Reception

  • Private Blues Soul Concert

  • 2 Artist Meet + Greet in the Receptions

  • 10 Breakfast

  • 4 Lunches

  • 5 Dinners

  • Live Performances

  • 1 SME Certified Tour Manager

  • 1 Assistant Tour Director

  • Luxury coach w/ AC + Wifi

  • History of The Funk Book

  • Civil Rights Trail Swag Bag

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Available Packages

1. Double Occupancy: $3,499
Deposit: $99

2. Single Occupancy: $3,749
Deposit: $99

1. Double Occupancy: $3,499
Deposit: $99

2. Single Occupancy: $3,749
Deposit: $99


We required at least $99 deposit to secure your slot.

We required at least $99 deposit to secure your slot.

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