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Nashville Municipal Auditorium

417 4th Avenue North

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The Nashville Municipal Auditorium was designed and built in 1962 to satisfy Middle Tennessee's need for a multi-purpose facility that could handle a diversity of events with equal ease. For more than three decades it has done just that, hosting everything from concerts to circuses, auto shows to evangelical crusades, and trade shows to touring extravaganzas.
- View key dates in Municipal Auditorium history
- View Historical Image Gallery

The Auditorium has two levels available for rental, which can be rented seperately.
- 9,654 seat arena with the entrance on Fourth Avenue
- 63,000 square foot exhibition hall with the entrance on Gay Street


Heidi Leach

Friday, April 6, 2018
Went and saw Kat Williams Live it was very clean well lit before the show we had balcony seats and still was able to see clearly it was a very long line could have had better line maintenance maybe more people outside to let people know there was more than just two lines. But all in all it started an hour later than it said it would which was fine because it gave us time to roam around and get food and drinks and find out seats which was clearly marked.

Michael Johnson

Thursday, May 17, 2018
Great place for an old school feel to a concert. Lots of history here. Seats are old school as well as they feel cramped when the seats next to you are occupied. Definitely feels like you are close to the band no matter where you sit.

Samantha Tucker

Thursday, Aug. 9, 2018
Saw Stone Temple Pilots there. Was really cool cause there really isn't a bad seat in the house.

Jason Tucker

Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2018
Been going to this place for many years. We are avid concert goers. Beer is overpriced but other than that no complaints.

Richard Miller

Wednesday, May 30, 2018
It's a older venue and is not well situated for the handicapped. The elevator was shut down and I had to push myself up two steep ramps. Then when I got to the second level there was no way I could get into the auditorium. There was seven or eight steps which were impossible in a wheelchair. The trip back down the ramps was very scary. There was no one to ask questions about the building and no one offered to help. I was at a highly publized event with over ten thousand people in attendance, so there was no excuse. I'm a permanently disabled veteran who is in a wheelchair. I consider myself handi-capable fortunately because a regular disabled people could not have handled the situation. It was a great event but a terrible experience with being in a wheelchair. It's a shame because Nashville people are generally well mannered and helpful

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