Tennessee Performing Arts Center announces upcoming Broadway season (News Channel 5)
Theater-goers can look forward to seeing “Come From Away,” “Ain’t Too Proud – The Life and Times of the Temptations,” “1776,” “Mean Girls,” Disney’s “The Lion King,” “The Band’s Visit,” “The Prom,” and Elton John and Tim Rice’s “AIDA.”
Former Titans Coach Jeff Fisher Announced as 2020 Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame Inductee (TitansOnline)
Fisher received the news during an appearance on Titans Radio’s flagship 104-5 The Zone’s Midday180 show.
Dine Through the Decades at the MAD Bash (Nashville Scene)
Adventure Science Center turns 75 this year, and they are celebrating with a really fun upcoming event they’re calling the MAD Bash 2020.
Dave Simonett Set to Perform City Winery in Support of New Album (NowPlayingNashville)
Revered singer and songwriter Dave Simonett will perform at City Winery on March 28 in support of his forthcoming album Red Tail, set to release on March 13.
TIRRC Solicits Proposals for Murals at Its New Headquarters (Nashville Scene)
Artists take note: The Tennessee Immigrant and Refugee Rights Coalition is soliciting submissions for murals that will adorn its new home base.
OZ Arts Will Present The US Premiere Of PLATA QUEMADA (BURNT MONEY) By TeatroCinema (Broadway World Nashville)
For the first time in US history, Chile-based multimedia theater group TeatroCinema performs live-action graphic novel Plata Quemada (Burnt Money) at OZ Arts Nashville from March 5-7, 2020.
Nashville Beyond Downtown: The Best Music Clubs and Hidden Hangouts (Rolling Stone)
Forget about the touristy district: See Vince Gill play in a great Western swing band every week for just $20, watch Margo Price crash a dive-bar stage, or eat meatloaf next to John Prine. A true music lover’s guide to Music City.