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NFL Draft wreaks havoc on bachelorette parties in Nashville

Samson X Horne
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Fans watch the activities on Broadway from a rooftop on the final day of the NFL football draft Saturday, April 27, 2019, in Nashville, Tenn.

Apparently it isn’t a good idea to host a bachelorette party at the same time and place as the NFL Draft.

Who knew that Nashville is the destination spot for bachelorette parties in the country?

What a lot of women who planned on making this a weekend to remember are finding out is that the city is filled with men and football for the 2019 draft.

The league has taken over the nightlife strip on Broadway.

It’s safe to say some of those who are part of the bachelorette parties aren’t happy about it.

Many had no idea they’d be traveling to the Mecca of NFL football when they planned their bachelorette parties, but they still planned on having a good time.

The women reportedly are experiencing closed roads, and the famed pedal taverns have been pushed off of the main drag. Many had to alter their plans, according to Fox Nashville.

But maybe some of those who have been wronged can get something out of it.

Samson X Horne is a Tribune-Review digital producer. You can contact Samson at 412-320-7845, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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