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"To provide a lifetime of meaningful and relevant experiences in the performing arts..." TPAC is Nashville's premier venue for the latest Broadway productions, world class performing arts special engagements and performing arts humanities and education outreach center.
This place makes sure EVERYONE can see the show, no matter where you sit! The seats are comfy. And the lobby is BEAUTIFUL!!!!
Go to the TPAC website and follow the link to purchase prepaid parking ($10) in the Nashville City Center garage on 6th Ave. N.
Fantastic venue for a show. Excellent sound and comfortable seats. Valet parking was $18 for Book of Mormon and we would recommend as self-parking can be tricky.
Fantastic venue to catch a live performance. Lots of stairs so look for an elevator if needed. Comfy seats & excellent sound.
Spanks- 50 Shades parody
Wicked was AMAZINg! Thank TPAC for bringing broadway to our backyard!
Great show! I love Lucy
Saw I Love Lucy! Great performance.
You can also enter or exit through the side entrance at the corner.
The arts are alive in this building.
A. B. is terrific. This is a show worth seeing.
TPAC is wonderful. The place is clean, the workers are friendly, and it is the place to see live theatrical performances.
Awesome show well worth the price!!
Valet Parking is $18 and drop off is located at Main Entrance on 6th Ave.
Difficult to see stage in Jackson Hall from the cheap seats...but the bathroom is close
Traces was great!
Great evening. Coffee is a bit strong but worth it.
Catch Me If You Can was fantastic!
Help protect Nashville trees!
I'll never trust TPAC to honor their seats again.
Seeing the a nutty professor, what a great show! Awesome venue and fairly spacious setting.
The bartenders are great! Ask for Sarah :)
The bartenders are great!!!
I can usually find a free on street parking spot behind Municipal Auditorium.
Adult beverages allowed inside auditorium!!
At TPAC seeing "Spam-A-Lot!"
You can find all of Tennessee Rep's season productions at TPAC's Johnson Theater. It's a wonderful theater space!
Anjelah johnson oh yeah!!!!
Memphis was great!
Seeing WICKED with my daughers
this is 2pacs brothers place.
Listen to 1075 The River and check out 1075theriver.com for your shot to win tickets to various events here.
Dance competitions here are great! Great venue, poor dressing rooms. Dangerous running up and down stairs.
Visit the Doubletree Starbucks before the show.
Opened in 1981, this is the state’s premier theater venue. The performance venues are named after three U.S. Presidents who hailed from TN: Jackson, Polk & Johnson.