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Rocketown

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Rocketown was founded in 1994 by Michael W. Smith. The first of its kind in the Southeast, Rocketown has grown into a regional outreach as well as a model for Christian-based relational outreach across the country. Following the tragedy of Columbine in 1999, Rocketown’s board was inspired to grow the scope of programming and move to a central location in downtown Nashville. The current facility features three stages for live entertainment, Middle Tennessee’s only indoor skatepark, The Hub snack bar, a recording studio, and photography, art and dance studios. More than 800 teens from across the Middle Tennessee region participate in programs each week and at an after-school program at McGavock High School.

Main Offices/Flex Room – 601 Fourth Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37210

White Building – 522 Fifth Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203

Office and Skate Shop Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 12pm-8pm
Friday 12pm-11pm
Saturday 9am-11pm
Closed Sundays

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