Nashville Entertainment Venues
Fontanel Mansion & Farm
Fontanel Mansion, located in White's Creek, was built for Barbara Mandrell and her family back in the 1980's. The 136 acre property has re-opened to the public and is filled with numerous and varying things to see and do including a mansion, a restaurant, a very impressive outdoor music venue, a studio, and plenty of walking trails.
Curb Event Center
Belmont University's Curb Event Center is an awesome 90,000-square-foot major sport and entertainment complex offering state-of-the-art facilities.
Nashville Arena - Bridgestone Arena
The Nashville Arena, formally known as Gaylord Entertainment Center and Sommet Center, is located in the heart of Nashville and currently known as the Bridgestone Arena. It offers an exciting and modern entertainment and sports arena with the flexibility to host major national events as well as hometown entertainment.
Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center
Formally Known as Opryland, the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center offers more than 600,000 square feet of meeting and exhibition space.The Roy Acuff theatre,the Opryland Hotel,OpryMills Mall,Grand Ole Opry and General Jackson Riverboat are among some of their offerings.
Nashville Coliseum - LP Field
The Nashville Coliseum is the home of the Tennessee Titans, Nashville's first NFL team. The 67,000-seat, open-air, natural-grass stadium is located on 105 acres on the east bank of the Cumberland River overlooking downtown Nashville. The Coliseum is host to Fan Fair and various other events related and not related to football.
Nashville Convention Center
Explore the events, services, and contact information for this modern convention center located in the nation's country music recording center.
Nashville Municipal Auditorium
The Nashville Municipal Auditorium was built in 1962. It is a multi-purpose facility hosting everything from concerts to the circus, auto shows to evangelical crusades, and trade shows to touring extravaganzas.
Schermerhorn Symphony Center
The Schermerhorn Symphony Center is an acoustical masterpiece built to house the Nashville Symphony, and named in honor of the late Maestro Kenneth Schermerhorn.
Tennessee Performing Arts Center
Arts complex hosts several performing-arts companies, including the opera, the ballet and the symphony. Find out about the upcoming season.