The Nashville LGBT Chamber of Commerce presents “TASTE,” an all-inclusive, unique celebration on Sunday, October 19th, featuring Nashville cuisine and a musical theme.
The third annual event will be located at the Musicians Hall of Fame & Museum. Also new for 2014, and fitting with the musical theme, will be a taste of live local musical performances from a wide range of artists and genres, a first for the event. The museum is the only one of its kind in the world that pays tribute to the talented musicians who played on the greatest recordings of all time, and it will be open that evening to all guests.
Guests will also get a taste of culinary delights from more than 20 Nashville restaurants and caterers and a taste of signature cocktails created for “TASTE” by local mixologists. A taste of shopping will be available with an array of items up for grabs in an incredible silent auction.
Nashville LGBT Chamber Executive Director, Lisa Howe, said this year it was time for a new birth of the LGBT Chamber’s premier social event and fundraiser.
“The event is evolving much like the LGBT Chamber is evolving,” Howe said. “Changing the name of the event to TASTE allows immediate recognition of the type of event we are hosting. It has been a taste of event for two years, and this name makes that clear. “
The LGBT Chamber is committed to helping the economic growth of Greater Nashville.
“We help our small business owners gain access to capital, procurement, clients, and other business support,” Howe said.” The LGBT community can trust that any individual or company who is an LGBT Chamber member is authentic in their treatment of LGBT consumers, employees, and suppliers.”
Tickets, which will be on sale at http://nashvilleglbtchamber.org/taste, are $75 for the VIP experience (while supplies last), $40 general admission and $50 at the door.
The Musicians Hall of Fame is located at 401 Gay Street with doors opening at 5 p.m. for VIP, 6 p.m. for General Admission.