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Celebrate Nashville’s Music History

Celebrate Nashville Music City 2017

March 6 - Jan. 2018
Concourse C, Gate 8  

The year 2017 marks the major anniversaries for nine of Nashville’s most iconic music establishments. It is also a milestone year for Super Model Niki Taylor, as she celebrates her 15th year of calling Nashville home. To commemorate the landmark events, Ms. Taylor partnered with each institution to celebrate the anniversaries through art.
 
Staying true to its name, Music City celebrates the genesis of some of music’s most popular and historic music venues, landmarks, museums and festivals. For more information on the anniversary celebrations go to visitmusiccity.com.
 
125th - Ryman Auditorium
70th season - Nashville Symphony 
60th - Historic RCA Studio B
50th - Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
50th - Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI)

35th - The Bluebird Cafe
25th - Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival
10th - Music City Walk of Fame
10th - Schermerhorn Symphony Center  

Thanks to the Storytellers Museum and Hideaway Farm for lending two legendary Johnny Cash treasures: Cash’s Guild guitar and the “One Piece at a Time” car. Photo Credit: Jean Renard.  www.visitmusiccity.com



Arts at the Airport receives funding for the visual arts from the Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority (MNAA) and the Tennessee Arts Commission (TAC). The Flying Solo Exhibition Series is funded under an agreement with TAC. For more information about Arts at the Airport, please call (615) 275-1614 or send email to arts@nashintl.com.