After stops in South Africa, California, the UK, Finland, the Netherlands and Germany, The Grand Tour is on it’s way to America and not just any part of America. The Grand Tour is going back to the South in Nashville, Tennessee.
Nashville is definitely one of the best representations of American Culture in all of the United States and with the boy’s prejudice to the south, there’s enough there to reinforce their stereotypes, BUT, the food, the people, the cars and the music is definitely something that should open their eyes to how amazing the American South can be as opposed to what they experienced before.
Links to the tickets are going to be coming soon as they weren’t included in the official press release (we have emailed the show officials to see when the link will be provided), but let’s take a look back at the boys and their history with the south.
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First, it was their America special where they almost got killed:
And then lately, the boys have been taking shots at NASCAR, especially James May.
It’s going to be fun watching them come back to the states and let’s hope no one throws rocks at them when they’re here.
Official Press Release
New location announced for Amazon Original series with Clarkson Hammond and May: The Grand Tour tent is coming to the home of country music – Nashville
To celebrate, UK Prime customers can stream The Grand Tour inspired Prime Music playlist for a chance to win a pair of tickets, travel and accommodation for the live filming of the show in Nashville
London, 24 October 2016: The Amazon Original Series The Grand Tour, premiering Friday, 18th November on Prime Video, is bringing its travelling studio recording to Nashville, Tennessee. In celebration of The Grand Tour tent traveling to this iconic music city, Prime Music have released a Grand Tour playlist made up of songs inspired by the Amazon Original Series, alongside some of favorites chosen by Clarkson, Hammond & May including David Bowie – Heroes, Grace Jones – Pull up to the Bumper, The Who – Behind Blue Eyes, War – Low Rider, Steve Harley & Cockney Rebel – Make Me Smile, The Temptations – Get Ready and Tina Charles – I Love to Love.
UK Prime members can stream the playlist on Prime Music from today to be entered into a prize draw to win tickets for two to see the live filming of the show in Nashville. Lucky winners will receive, return economy class flights for two, accommodation in Nashville, and return transfers. The competition will close at 23:59 on 26th October and the winner will be picked at random after the competition closes. Full information can be found at www.amazon.co.uk/win.
Prime Music offers Amazon Prime members unlimited streaming of over one million songs, hundreds of Prime Playlists and Prime Stations no additional cost to their membership. Prime Music includes tens of thousands of albums from chart artists like Royal Blood, Lukas Graham, Shawn Mendes, James Bay, Blurryface, Sia, Coldplay and Christine and the Queens – more music is being added all the time. Prime members can also download songs and playlists from the Prime Music catalogue to their mobile devices for offline playback on planes, trains and anywhere they are without an internet connection.
Jeremy, Richard and James have committed to three series of The Grand Tour as part of a landmark global TV deal and for the last year, the team have been traveling the world filming this first series in exciting locations across the globe. Their Grand Tour also includes studio audience recordings filmed in front of a live audience in their giant traveling tent. As well as their next stop in Nashville, the team has already brought the tent to Johannesburg, California and Whitby in North Yorkshire and will be heading to Lapland, Rotterdam and Germany later this year.
The Grand Tour will launch in 4K on Friday 18th November exclusively for Amazon Prime members. To get the latest news, fans can follow The Grand Tour on Facebook (www.facebook.com/thegrandtour), Twitter (www.twitter.com/thegrandtour) and at www.amazon.co.uk/thegrandtour. Prime members can watch The Grand Tour via the Amazon Video app on smart TVs, streaming media players – including FireTV and FireTV Stick – Xbox, PlayStation, Wii, Wii U, on iOS and Android phones and tablets, and on the web.
In addition to The Grand Tour and thousands more Amazon Video movies and TV episodes, Prime members also enjoy One-Day Delivery on millions of products, Prime Music which includes streaming and offline playback of more than a million songs, Amazon Prime Photos, Twitch, and the Kindle Owners Lending Library with a library of over a million books to borrow. Amazon customers who are not already Prime members can start a 30-day free trial of Amazon Prime by visiting www.amazon.co.uk/primevideo.