Even if you don’t see your particular state listed in our Roadtrip schedule, please provide suggestions for venues and activities in your hometown. We’re always open to new ideas, and will be reading your comments below for tips for places to visit in upcoming tours. Stay tuned for more updates to the tour!

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  1. Buff Emslie
    June 26, 2008 at 12:58pm
    Hi! I know you've been to Nashville, but just south (and over the state line) is the small city of Huntsville, AL. We have several excellent musicians and songwriters (...Dave Anderson, Toy Shop) and some fun venues (KaffeKlatch) that you might want to check out. We even have a songwriters' showcase about every other month in the civic center! Let me know when you might hit town and we will have a party to introduce them to you! Buffie
  2. shelley drummond
    August 03, 2008 at 5:02am
    you are missing out on an awesome location. Fayetteville ar. Some bands such as Leftover Salmon love it, Govt mule. Fayetteville is a college town. It is also a jam band haven. You wont be disappointed by the atmosphere. Try to locate somewhere on Dickson street. Hippies, frats, and in between all come down. Some surrounding areas such as pedigru (forget the spelling) have been known to throw some festivals. i just moved to Tulsa Ok which is also another wonderful place to see. If Jerry can sing about it, you can visit. I would definitely travel home to Ar if you could come. This is wonderful what you have here. You need to hook up with Sirius.
  3. Mari
    August 22, 2008 at 11:39pm
    Hi Tim! Please stop by Albuquerque, NM! I would suggest to meet up at UNM (University of New Mexico), Student Union or some local favorite restaurants, cafes, e.g. Frontier, Garduno's, Route 66 diner, Flying Star, Satellite etc. If it's spring/summer, The Albuquerque Museum Amphitheater might be an excellent venue. Well, they might charge pretty good, though... Definitely look forward to your visit! Mari
  4. Mark
    October 23, 2008 at 2:49pm
    Try Alaska. Our live music venues are sparse, but you might find that it is worth the drive for many reasons. Plus you get to drive through Canada, America's hat (we tease because we love). Keep hoping for Steven Layton and Polyphony on Pandora.
  5. Vegas Royal
    November 04, 2008 at 6:44pm
    I see that you already know about Las Vegas, the self-proclaimed "Entertainment Capital of the World," so I will tell you about a band based there that isn't in your system yet: Poppermost is an original indie sunshine pop band that doesn't perform live, but they are all over the web. Try a Google search for "pop" and "band", Poppermost is usually on the first page of results. Or do a search for "poppermost" to see where you can find the band. Their main website is at http://www.Poppermost.com/ , their MySpace page is at http://www.MySpace.com/Poppermost , and they have an EPK on OurStage at http://www.OurStage.com/epk/Poppermost .
  6. aaron Landry
    November 19, 2008 at 2:49pm
    Hello there. i live in a small community in arkansas. i volunteer part time at a indoor rock gym/coffee shop (the only combo like this that we know of in the states). we have a strong college community in fact roughly 1/4 of our town size are college students ( i think). if you haven't thought about arkansas, we'd love to have ya... you can find us in searcy just off exit 45 - or look for the harding university exit if you can't make it, no worries we'll meet up some other time - cheers! - aaron
  7. Melissa White
    November 24, 2008 at 7:43am
    I think you guys should come to Stillwater, OK. All of my friends and I love Pandora, I even got my mom and her boyfriend hooked on it. It's just amazing. Stillwater is a college town so there are plenty of places (especially on campus) for you to use, and there are tons of Pandora fans here.
  8. Willie Hughes
    December 07, 2008 at 11:54pm
    Big Sky Country -- Montana. Y'all are missing out until you've been to the Treasure State.
  9. Alexander Knox
    December 08, 2008 at 4:53am
    MILWAUKEE WISCONSIN. Please come and hang out in what Forbes Magazine has call America's Drunkest City. If I were you though I wouldn't schedule anything now being that everything is covered in the white stuff. Come during Summerfest (one of the nations largest music fests). 10 days of music on Milwaukee's lakefront in June. There are plenty of other venues being that Milwaukee is home to UW Milwaukee, Marquette University, and MATC. There are plenty of other school surrounding the city. We have great places to eat and drink. Why not come to Milwaukee to share your wonderful radio station with us.
  10. Alee – Listener Advocate
    December 08, 2008 at 12:11pm
    Holy smokes! This is a truly stunning list of places. Some of these entries could be part of a cultural primer on U.S. state culture! Also thanks for the recommendations and you can always feel free to send those to suggest-music@pandora.com. Thanks to everyone who took the time to chime in... -A

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