The Tennessee Performing Arts Center will end its longtime relationship with
The venue will manage booking, marketing and programming for its Broadway shows in-house, officials told the Tennessean.
The split, described as amicable by officials for both companies, will end a 24-year partnership that began with Pace Concerts shortly after the venue opened.
“[Live Nation] had some expertise that was very vital to TPAC,” venue president/CEO Kathleen O’Brien told the paper. “They really helped build the road business of touring Broadway.”
TPAC encompasses a 2,472-capacity hall, 1,661-seat auditorium and two theatres. Upcoming productions include “On Golden Pond” and “Disney’s The Lion King.”