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This summer the Music City Center was named one of five 2017 Venue Excellence Award Winners at the International Association of Venue Managers (IAVM) 2017 Awards Luncheon. The Venue Excellence Awards, hosted each year by IAVM, honor exceptional venues and professionals in several categories who demonstrate excellence in management and operation.

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The Convention Center Authority voted this morning to purchase a nearby plot of land located at 424 Lafayette Street for $5.15 million.

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The Convention Center Authority voted this morning to extend its contract with Centerplate, food and beverage partner for the Music City Center.

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The Music City Center was named the 2017 Venue of Excellence Award Winner in the Convention Center Category today at the International Association of Venue Managers (IAVM) 2017 Awards Luncheon. The Awards Luncheon was part of IAVM’s annual conference, VenueConnect, which took place at the Music City Center this week.

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Early this June downtown Nashville was alive with excitement; with the Stanley Cup playoffs, the CMT Awards and CMA Fest, downtown was buzzing with the Music City Center at the center of it all. 

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The Convention Center Authority announced this morning that the Music City Center generated $72.7 million in direct economic impact during June.

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The Music City Center announced this morning that free Wi-Fi service will now be available throughout the facility. This service will be available to guests on an unlimited number of mobile devices and laptops in all meeting rooms, exhibit halls and public areas.

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The Convention Center Authority announced this morning that the Music City Center generated $74.9 million in economic impact during April.

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The Convention Center Authority announced the appointment today of a new member, Leigh Walton. Walton was appointed by Mayor Megan Barry and confirmed by Metro Council last night.

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In early February the Music City Center welcomed attendees to the annual SAMCOM meeting for Anheuser-Busch. Over 4,000 people filled the Music City Center to hear the year’s strategic plan for the company and get excited about the brand and brewer’s future. SAMCOM transformed the four Exhibit Halls into different experiences, including the Budweiser and Bud Light Sessions and the Brewing Immersion Lunch. During the General Session there was even an appearance from the famous Clydesdales and Budweiser dog.

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