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This school year the Music City Center is welcoming students from Hunters Lane High School Academy of Hospitality and Business for our annual job shadowing program.
The Music City Center has participated in the job shadowing program for four years and has been a partner with Hunters Lane for the past five years.
The Music City Center welcomed Craft Brewers Conference in May for a four-day, full-building event. The Craft Brewers Conference (CBC) brings together professional brewers to the number one environment in North America for concentrated, affordable brewing education.
The Convention Center Authority voted this morning to purchase a nearby plot of land located at 719 4th Avenue South for $3.85 million.
The Music City Center celebrated its fifth anniversary this weekend. Since opening its doors on May 20, 2013, the Music City Center has served the community by attracting regional and national events that generate significant economic benefit for the citizens of Nashville.
Five years ago this month, we opened the doors to the Music City Center. And five years in, to say that the Music City Center is a success story would be a vast understatement.
The Music City Center announced yesterday that the building generated $46.6 million in direct economic impact during the month of April.
The Music City Center announced this morning that the building generated $46.8 million in economic impact during the month of March.
The Convention Center Authority voted unanimously this morning to approve the 2019 fiscal year budget to fund the Music City Center’s operations and capital improvement projects. The FY 2019 budget anticipates the Music City Center will once again generate an operating profit. The budget also allocates $1.35 million for capital improvements.
Earlier this month PCMA hosted their 2018 Convening Leaders event at the Music City Center. The three-day event brought over 4,500 Business Event Strategists to Nashville, breaking the record for PCMA’s largest attendance in their 62-year history.
Following months of planning and construction, Nashville’s Music City Center announced the grand opening of Fresh Pick Market & Cafe, a new fast-casual restaurant occupying the 2,500 sq. ft. street-level retail space at the corner of 8th Avenue and Demonbreun.