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Coronavirus: Nashville Symphony Suspends Concerts Through July 3

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Nashville Symphony has made a difficult decision in the interest of public health and safety. They just announced they will suspend all of their concerts at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center through July 3.

The orchestra has also postponed two of their scheduled performances at Ascend Amphitheater and has canceled their Community Concerts Series, which was set for June.

A full list of postponements and cancellations is below and on the Symphony’s website. If you’re a ticket holder, you can email response@nashvillesymphony.org with any questions.

Postponements (Rescheduled Dates to be Announced):

Tower of Power – Step Up Tour 2020 (June 10)
Rocketman In Concert with the Nashville Symphony (June 11 & 12)
The Music of Pink Floyd with the Nashville Symphony at Ascend Amphitheater (June 13)
Maxwell with the Nashville Symphony (June 16 & 17)
NAS with the Nashville Symphony at Ascend Amphitheater (June 20)
Batman (1989) Live in Concert (July 2 & 3)

Community Concert Series Cancellations:

Musicians Corner at Centennial Park (June 4)
Key Park, Lafayette (June 6)
Crockett Park, Brentwood (June 7)
The Estate at Cherokee Dock, Lebanon (June 10)
Historic Rock Castle, Hendersonville (June 23)
Cumberland University, Lebanon (June 24)

We would also like to remind you that Nashville Symphony is a Music City staple and, with all of these cancellations, they need our help. Fundraising is crucial to their survival. Find out more about how you can help the Nashville Symphony here.

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