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TEMPORARILY CLOSED TPAC - Andrew Jackson Hall

TEMPORARILY CLOSED TPAC - Andrew Jackson Hall
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The Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC) is one of the most unique facilities of its kind in the U.S. TPAC is home to three beautiful spaces with multiple, state-of-the art capabilities. Andrew Jackson Hall, with a maximum seating capacity of 2,472, including 47 pit seats, is Tennessee Performing Art Center’s (TPAC) largest facility.

Rental Information: Please call (615) 782-4000 between 8:30am and 5:30pm, Monday through Friday, or visit web site for more information about rentals.

The Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC) is a private, non-profit organization dedicated to providing and supporting the presentation of the performing arts.

BOX OFFICE  (615) 782-4040

LOCATION

TEMPORARILY CLOSED TPAC - Andrew Jackson Hall

505 Deaderick Street, Nashville, TN 37219

ALBUQUERQUE LITTLE THEATRE

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Accessibility Information

COVID-19 UPDATES & INFORMATION

Our Response to COVID-19:

TPAC closes theaters through May 13.
Our top priority is ensuring our audiences enjoy meaningful and safe experiences with the arts and protecting the health and well-being of our touring artists, volunteers, and employees.

In response to rising concerns about the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) and due to events beyond our control, including the declaration of a Tennessee and federal state of emergency, TPAC will close Andrew Jackson Hall, James K. Polk Theater, Andrew Johnson Theater, and the historic War Memorial Auditorium from March 14 through May 13.

We have determined that presenting these events may be dangerous to public health and safety. Closing our venues is the right action to prevent exposing our employees and the people we serve to health risks and to reduce the strain on our healthcare providers.

Patrons holding tickets for performances affected by this closure will be contacted by the TPAC Box Office on the status of that performance and their options. TPAC is working to reschedule as many of the affected performances and events as possible and asks for patrons’ patience as this process may take some time.

As a nonprofit dedicated to the support and presentation of high-quality arts experiences for all ages, TPAC is built on the unique power of the arts to bring people together. We look forward to welcoming you back to our venues when we can safely proceed with regular operations.

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