Located in the heart of Tennessee, the Nashville Convention Center features 118,000+ square feet of exhibit floor space and 25 meeting rooms. Just eight miles away from the Nashville International Airport and situated at the crossroads of the state’s three major interstates, our convention center is easily accessible and the ideal venue to host your next event. Our pedestrian-friendly downtown features first-class hotels and historical landmarks, good eats and great views, honky tonks and symphony halls, major pro sports and fine art museums. And you’ll find it all right here.
Nashville has something to offer everyone in your group, regardless of age or interest. In our Planners Section, you will find helpful information about our facility, staff, planning guidelines, booking availability and rates. With true Southern Hospitality, our dedicated and experienced staff is ready to assist you in every way possible to guarantee the success of your event.
What kind of facility do you need? Flexibility is designed into the Nashville Convention Center. With an exhibit hall, ballroom, meeting rooms, large lobbies, an outdoor terrace and other areas, we can provide an agile environment that best suits your needs. By partnering with the 673-room Renaissance Nashville Hotel and 20,000-seat Sommet Center, there’s no shortage of options when it comes to accessibility and function.
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Apr 20, 2016
Music City Center Surpasses $320 Million in Economic Impact for FY 2016
Nashville, TN (April 20, 2016) The Convention Center Authority announced this morning that the Music City Center generated $93.9 million in economic impact in April for a fiscal year-to-date total of over $320.9 million.
The Music City Center hosted 42 events with 130,966 attendees in April, generating 77,616 room nights for a total of $93.9 million in economic impact. Fiscal year-to-date the building has hosted 249 events with 553,942 attendees, generating $320.9 million in economic impact. Tax collections continue to outperform expectations and the Music City Center portion of tax collections was up 33.78 percent year over year for February. The Convention Center Authority also announced that the Music City Center achieved 41.89 percent DBE participation in the third quarter of fiscal year 2016 for a fiscal year-to-date total of 39.87 percent participation.
“Between National Science Teachers, DECA and the marathon, we had a phenomenal month in April,” said Charles Starks, President/CEO of the Music City Center. “May and June should be equally as busy and we expect to finish this fiscal year strong.