Sunday October 16, Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) brought a great group of students out for there first tandem skydive. Led by group organizer, Connor Sheppard, the student arrived by the vanful at 9 a.m. Sunday morning. Skies were clear and blue, although we had a bit of a stuff breeze to deal with early on. MCS began cranking out the loads back to back and only stopped for fuel most of the day.
DZO Trey was in town with a new pilot trainee, Darrel. Darrel will be spending the next several weeks with Will building time so everyone will be getting to see a lot of him. We appreciate your patience during his transition.
Music City Skydiving is Tennessee's newest and best skydiving facility. Located an hour from Nashville, we have an 8,000 sq ft facility and one of the nicest jump aircraft in the country.
September 11, 2016, Music City Skydiving jumper and veteran Mike Paiser honored those lost on 9/11 with a flag jump. It’s hard to believe 15 years has passed since that fateful morning that changed all of our lives. We are all grateful we get to skydive each weekend and have our families to come home to.
Music City Skydiving is a top rated skydiving facility serving Nashville, Chattanooga, all of middle Tennessee and Ft. Campbell, Kentucky
Friday September 2nd, MCS DZO’s Taylor Smith and Mike Looney treated Williamson County high school football fans to an memorable show, bringing the game ball onto the field in style via parachute.Using the Channel 4 news helicopter, the seasoned, PRO rated skydivers jumped into the football field from 5,000 feet. Taylor was first in with a perfectly executed 90 degree performance turn to a slide in, stand up landing in style. Mike, known better by Williamson County residents as “Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Looney,” followed with a 50 yard line stand up finish that would make the Golden Knights demo team jealous. Great job guys!
Just an hour from Nashville, Tennessee, Music City Skydiving is available for demo jumps into high schools and other functions.
July has been a wicked hot month so far. But good weather has kept us in the air most of the time. Also wicked hot this month has been the flying at Music City Skydiving. A couple of weeks back we had Scott Franklin cranking out the formation points, this weekend we had freefliers shredding up the skies over Waverly.
Freeflying, formations, tandem skydiving in Nashville, Tennessee, find all the best at Music City Skydiving
We had a great weekend of weather July 9/10 despite really horrible forecasts. The King Air was enroute from maintenance Saturday morning carrying our weekend’s entertainment host, Scott Franklin. Scott is a former gold and silver medalist at the USPA Nationals in 8 way and 16 way and currently the formation organizer at Skydive Atlanta. The plane arrived around 9 a.m. and Scott wasted no time getting to work with the participant students.
Scott began with a lecture on the fundamentals of formation skydiving. During this he corrected many of the myths and misnomers we are taught as young jumpers. He outlined the goals and strategies for successful dives and how they were going to achieve them and then they got to work.
A lot of fantastic dives were completed and with only a few weather holds for passing storms we were relatively unimpeded jumping throughout the weekend.
Thanks to everyone that came out and participated! Scott regularly holds 4 way camps and invitationals at Skydive Atlanta, in Thomaston, GA and will be organizing July 23-24 at the Summer Boogie.
Music City Skydiving is #1 in Tennessee for fun, whether formation skydiving or tandem skydiving.
Last weekend Music City Skydiving observed Memorial Day in a special way, with helicopter jumps! The helicopter, out of Nashville, flew 30 jumpers Monday, making it a very successful time. Overall it was a great weekend with a ton of fun jumpers coming out. A big thanks to DZO Taylor Smith for all the hard work to make it happen.
Nashville Tennessee's #1 skydiving facility is Music City Skydiving. With an 8,000 square foot facility and the most amazing skydiving views in Tennessee, no one can top us.
Last Saturday, May 14th, Music City Skydiving gave Atoka, Tennessee 18 year old Jacob Hardin so
me hope in an otherwise challenging part of his life. Jacob has been diagnosed with chuvash polycythemia, a rare blood disorder. So rare in fact that doctors have no treatment much less a cure. Jacob is at high risk for blood clots and over the next 10 years, his organs will begin to fail as the disease progresses. Due to high medical expenses Jacob was unable to afford to skydive. His dream of joining the military was denied because of his condition. So Music City Skydiving stepped in to grant his dream. Tandem instructor and co-owner, Taylor Smith agreed to take Jacob free of charge. Our hope is that Jacob can find some peace with his condition and try to experience all of the great things life has to offer while he has time.
Just outside Nashville, Tennessee, Music City Skydiving is making dreams come true for tandem skydivers.
Middle Tennessee State University’s skydiving club held their annual Spring trip last Sunday, April 24th at Music City Skydiving near Nashville. After an attempt at the trip two weeks ago was weathered out with rain, clouds, and wind, the group was ready to get in the air. Club president, licensed skydiver, and regular at Music City Skydiving- Connor Sheppard led the charge for an early morning start Sunday. The group was favored with perfect weather and blue skies. After check in, the group members were quickly refreshed on training and started going up. Everything ran smooth and the group was completed very quickly. Some members even chose to dive in more unique attire than the average jumpsuit. MCS extends a big thanks to the MTSU, Connor, and the skydiving club. We look forward to the next trip hopefully in the fall when a brand new group of freshman skydivers discover the sky!
Music City Skydiving near Nashville is the place for tandem skydiving in Tennessee. The choice of the Middle Tennessee State University skydiving club.
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The show, Tennessee Crossroads, covers tourism and outdoor activities all around Tennessee. The visit from the show was arranged by Humphreys County Tourism Consultant, Karin Davis, who is working hard to highlight tourism activities in Humphreys County. Show producer, Taylor Walters, and her amazing crew arrived early and shot all around the DZ before the jump on the first load of the day. The morning had perfect weather and light winds. The host’s tandem jump went off without a hitch and left him grasping for words to describe his experience. Music City Skydiving DZ manager, Taylor Smith, was interviewed by the TV show after a jump with the host and several other show members/crew. The show is scheduled to air between November of this year and February of 2017.
The rest of MCS’s opening weekend was not quite as smooth with high winds preventing much jumping for most of Saturday, even causing an off site landing for most of one load. All the same, we had many of our regular faces back in the air over Waverly. It looks like it’s going to be a great season!
Music City Skydiving is Tennessee skydiving's newest and best facility. Looking for an outdoor bucket list item to check off? MCS is a short ride from Nashville, Clarksville, and Chattanooga.
Cool little snippet of video taken over Music City Skydiving during opening weekend April 3, 2016. We were held back by winds for most of Saturday but Sunday was nice and we got a bunch of great jumps in. Look slike it’s going to be a great year at MCS!!!!
Tandem skydiving near Chattanooga, Nashville, and Clarksville, Music City Skydiving is Tennessee's newest Dropzone.