The Music City Roots Big Band Special is reset for May 20

FRANKLIN, Tenn. – The much-anticipated Big Band edition of Music City Roots, originally planned for February, has been reset with doors open at 6 p.m. and show beginning 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 20 at Liberty Hall in The Factory at Franklin. Tickets are on sale now.

The night, suitable for listening and dancing, showcases the world-class 20-piece Nashville Jazz Orchestra. 

The show features original arrangements of songs by the night’s star performers - Darrell Scott, John Cowan, the McCrary Sisters and an artist to be named – plus standards from the golden age of big band jazz. Music City Roots executive producer John Walker conceived the show as a tribute to this special genre of American music. 

Food is served by Puckett's.

General admission is $40 with reserved tables and table food service available for $45-$60. 

For press details, contact Craig Havighurst: craig@musiccityroots.com.

For group sales and dinner reservations contact Laurie Gregory: laurie@musicictyroots.com.

 

Photo credit: Scarlati

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Director of Public Relations
cindy.dupree@tn.gov
615) 741-9010