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Sharon Kay, host of “What’s the 411” recalls the citizens of Davidson County having discussions and conversations on making sure it [Music City Center] would meet the needs of our area and was built so that Nashville could host large, city-wide conventions in the downtown area.
Charles Starks, President and CEO of the convention center, explains how the development came to be and what it's brought to the city so far
Recently, Vanderbilt University's Dean M. Eric Johnson sat down with Charles Starks, President and CEO of the Music City Center, to discuss the...Read more
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Music City Center announced that it generated over $439 million in direct economic impact during the fiscal year ending in June 2019.
“This year marks a milestone in our six-year history with the greatest direct economic impact to date,” said Charles Starks,...Read more
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Convention Center Authority voted unanimously this morning to provide $6 million to the National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM), which will include the Francis S. Guess Roots Theater presented by Music City Center. This is a natural extension of MCC’s commitment...Read more
"Sustainability is an important word at the Music City Center. The convention center was officially LEED Gold Certified in 2014, and also became the first REAL certified convention center in 2014."
WKRN featured two of MCC's sustainability projects....Read more