Music City Center opens doors to public

Music City Center opens doors to public (Image 1)
Music City Center opens doors to public (Image 1)

After three and half years of construction the Music City Center is officially opening this Sunday.

The grand opening is a massive celebration and the public is invited to join in on the fun on Sunday and Monday.

The Music City Center will have host a free open house on both days.

On Sunday, Phil Vassar and Ten Out of Tenn will perform on the east plaza.

On Monday, MCC will host a free street party and concert. Performers include: The Time Jumpers, Vince Gill, Fisk Jubilee Singers, Mikky Ekko and Sheryl Crow.

The street party on Monday will end with a grand finale of fireworks.

At 1:30 Mayor Dean will start a walk around Music City Center.

From 2-6 p.m. there will be public preview tours and an open house.

During the open house there will be live music throughout the building. The Nashville Symphony will perform at 3 p.m. in the Grand Ballroom.

Children's activities such as a zip line, and inflatables will also be offered.

For more information visit the Music City Center web site, and Facebook page.

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