Last Friday, TDTD launched a new digital passport to encourage music lovers to visit the nearly two dozen sites in Tennessee that appear in Ken Burns’ PBS documentary “Country Music,” as part of a campaign promoting Tennessee Music Pathways.
Using a web-based application created by Salt Lake City-based Bandwango, travelers can document their visits and redeem their “stamped” passports for prizes ranging from a limited-edition Hatch Show Print to a copy of “Ken Burns Country Music: An Illustrated History,” or a Tennessee Music Pathways branded guitar. Passports are available online through Oct. 18, 2022. Tennessee Tourism launched a physical passport for the Ken Burns Country Music Pathway in 2019 and is adding the digital passport to make the traveling experience and “stamp collecting” even easier.
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