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A new resort waterpark is about to grace the country music capital of the world.

SoundWaves, which its creators call a first-of-its-kind water and music experience, is set to open in December at the Gaylord Opryland Resort in Nashville. The property is said to include 4 acres of attractions and amenities. The indoor portion will open first this winter. Outdoor seasonal features will open in summer of 2019.

Creators and operators have paired music, from country to pop, with each attraction. A giant screen at the outdoor wave pool will feature music programming.

In addition to the musical component, creators call this the first upscale indoor/outdoor waterpark. The sleek, modern lines and materials combine with living walls and plant beds. The temperature will be maintained at 84 degrees for a tropical atmosphere, according to the resort. The roof allows natural sunlight into the indoor portion.

The waterpark will remain exclusive to Gaylord Opryland guests who purchase a special package.