COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME AND MUSEUM CELEBRATES EXPANSION
Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum unveiled the final phase of its state-of-the-art expansion in a recent star-studded event. The ambitious 210,000-square-foot expansion more than doubles the size of the Museum. The expansion includes an additional 10,000 square feet of new exhibit space; new education, entertainment, retail and event spaces, including the 800-seat CMA Theater; the Taylor Swift Education Center; the legendary and thriving letterpress operation Hatch Show Print; and the Event Hall with breathtaking views overlooking the Nashville skyline. The expansion also includes much-needed archive and library spaces.
Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam, Nashville Mayor Karl Dean, Museum Director Kyle Young and Museum Board Chairman Steve Turner each delivered commemorative remarks. Vince Gill, Ricky Skaggs, the Valentines, Buddy Miller, The McCrary Sisters, and Lee Ann Womack all performed. Commissioner Susan Whitaker and staff from the Tennessee Department of Tourist Development joined with the hundreds of other music industry, government and community leaders who were on hand for the celebration of this event.
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