Flights sell out, prices soar ahead of epic solar eclipse


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – If you plan to travel to Music City for next week’s epic eclipse, driving might be the way to go.

News 2 took a look at how much it costs to fly to Nashville for a long weekend for the historic event.

Flying in on Friday and leaving on Tuesday will cost you $662 from Chicago.

From Denver, Colorado, during the same time period, the cheapest flight will cost you $902. From New York, it’ll cost travelers $839.

The cheapest flight from Dallas, Texas, to Nashville is $1,225, while flying out of LAX to Music City will cost around $1,142.

For those who choose to hop in the car and drive to Nashville, you’ll find gas prices, on average around $2.16.RELATED: How many people will come to Tennessee, Kentucky for the eclipse?

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