You are here
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Record rainfall in Nashville is good news at the Music City Center, where the water is collected for irrigation and toilets.
According to the center, some of the rainwater is absorbed by plants on the building’s green roof. The rest is collected in a 360,000-gallon...Read more
Convention Center Receives REAL Recertification
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Music City Center strives to create an authentic dining experience for its visitors. Through its ongoing commitment to use regionally and locally sourced products and recipes, the convention center just received its recertification with Eat REAL. REAL stands for Responsible Epicurean and Agricultural Leadership and is a nationwide program that helps combat diet-related disease by recognizing foodservice operators committed to holistic nutrition and environmental stewardship. MCC was the first convention center to become Eat REAL Certified in 2014.Read more
Original works by Memphis artist Jared Small will be on display in Alabama at the Huntsville Museum of Art in celebration of Black History Month in February. Known as one of the most influential pieces by the artist, "True Blue" will be loaned out to the museum by Music City Center for the...Read more
The Music City Center will host the annual Small and Diverse Business Forum on Friday, Feb. 15, 2019 from 8:30 am – 2:30 pm in the Davidson Ballroom. The cost is $25.00 and includes parking, lunch and a networking reception. To register click here: https://nashvilletncoc.wliinc23.com/events/Small-and-Diverse-Business-Fo....Read more
As we look back at the second quarter of fiscal year 2019, we celebrate continued success at the Music City Center. MCC hosted 70 events, bringing 85,000 people to Nashville and generating over $77 million dollars in direct economic impact. We thank our partners, key stakeholders, team members and the Nashville community for their steadfast support and look forward to the coming months. Read more