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Nashville Municipal Auditorium
The Nashville Municipal Auditorium informally and locally known as the Municipal Auditorium is located at 417 Fourth Avenue North Nashville, Tennessee, United States.
The ground was broken for the construction of the auditorium in the year 1959 and it was completed between the years 1959 to 1962.
It was opened to the public on October 7, 1962 with the show Church of Christ Revival. It has the seating capacity of 9,432 occupants with the hockey and basketball fields.
The field dimensions for hockey is 85 by 185 feet and for basketball is 120 by 60 feet. It is home of Nashville Broncs club. It was the primary indoor sports and concert venue in Nashville, Tennessee from the time of its completion until the completion of Sommet Center.
The auditorium underwent a renovation in the year 1993. It is a multi-purpose facility that could handle a diversity of event with equal ease.
For more than three decades the auditorium has served the Nashville locality with many diverse events. It has hosted everything from concerts to circuses, auto shows to evangelical crusades, and trade shows to touring extravaganzas.
Currently it is an ideal venue for the touring family shows, concerts, religious events and the sporting events. Previously it has hosted the events of all these genres. It has been the home of family tours like Sesame Street Live, The Wiggles, The Doodlebops, Barney, Bob the Builder, and Playhouse Disney Live.
The concerts that have been played in this venue have graced the audiences with music of all sorts including urban, alternate rock, oldies and Hispanic.
The artists that have performed in this auditorium are Bow Wow, Young Buck, Young Jeezy, Foo Fighters, Kings of Leon, Fall Out Boy, Gym Class Heroes, Plain White T's, Breaking Benjamin, Three Days Grace, My Chemical Romance Juan Gabriel and Los Tigres Del Norte. It has been host of the tours like 1964 The Tribute, Rock & Roll Party with the Crystals and Tokens.
The religious events hosted in this auditorium are Mt. Zion Baptist Church New Day Conference, Teenmania's Acquire the Fire, Dare 2 Share Ministries, and the Tennessee Baptist Convention Youth Evangelism Conference.
The sporting events include 1994 United States Gymnastic Championships, 1996 Tour of World Figure Skating Championships, Built Ford Tough Series, In Your House PPV, TNA Slammiversary wrestling event Clash of the Champions and many more.
The Auditorium has hosted minor league hockey, with the teams known as the Dixie Flyers, South Stars, Knights, Nighthawks, and Ice Flyers. It has also hosted minor league basketball - Stars and Jammers, and women's professional basketball - Noise.
The Nashville Broncs, an American Basketball Association expansion team, began its inaugural season at the NMA in November 2008.
To reach the venue one can take Exit 85 from James Robertson Parkway and Exit State Capitol from I-65 and I-24 while coming across the bridge about 1 1/2 miles on the left.
The auditorium can also be accessed from it backside while being on end of the ramp onto Charlotte Avenue and coming towards 5th Avenue North whiling taking the left turn.
The parking is available across from the 4th Avenue main entrance at Parkway Towers or at the Court House on James Robertson Parkway.
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