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Music City Center


Product Description

OE stands for Open Edition Print 

Ornament: 4" Diameter 1/8" Thick PVC

In January 2010, the Metropolitan Council of Nashville voted to approve construction of the Music City Center and the official groundbreaking for the center was held on March 22, 2010. It was decided that the convention center would be built in the new SoBro neighborhood, south of Broadway and right in the heart of downtown. The area was known as Black Bottom until the 1950s, nicknamed because of periodic river floods that left muddy residue on the streets.

This detail of the new and very impressive Music City Center was taken from the Music City Live limited edition print. In May 2013, the Music City Center was opened to the public during a two day Grand Opening celebration. Over 15,000 people toured the building and activities included live music, great food, and a zip line through the Exhibit Hall. The Music City Center stretches from 5th Avenue to Rosa L Parks and Korean Veterans Boulevards round-about.