Due to high demand this weekend, we will not be selling tickets online for October 18th – 19th. Please visit one of following ticket booths for the latest information regarding ticket availability: 201 Broadway; 138 5th Ave., N.; 1 Symphony Place; and 410 5th Ave. So. (Tri-brand Marriott concierge booth). We expect there to be wait times at all trolley stops in excess of 45 minutes.
We will be using an alternate stop at Stop #7: At the bus pull out at James Robertson Parkway & 7th.
The plaza is located adjacent to the east wing of the War Memorial Building, which was constructed to honor Tennesseans who died during World War I. Overlooked by the State Capitol, the plaza is a central connecting point for the statehouse, the War Memorial Building, the State Museum and the Tennessee Performing Arts Center. It is an open space used for various public events. The plaza contains a statue designed by Belle Kinney that is dedicated to the Women of the Confederacy and a monument by Russell Faxon that honors the state’s Korean War veterans.