Who’s ready to have some fun at Tennessee Performing Arts Center?
The nonprofit is hosting its inaugural Family Day fundraiser on Saturday, April 30, at the historic War Memorial Auditorium from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. The event celebrates the connection, camaraderie and creativity gained from engaging with the arts.
Family Day at TPAC will feature:
- performance of Annie Jr. from Nashville Theatre School
- storytelling from TPAC Teaching Artist Rachel Sumner
- Christie Cookie Decorating Station
- sensory-friendly crafts
- movement activities
- photo opportunities and more!
Tickets for are available now at TPAC.ORG/FamilyDay. A Family Day 6-Pack for 2 adults and 4 children is $175. Additional tickets for adults and children are available for purchase at $50 and $25 dollars, respectively. A portion of each Family Day package is tax-deductible.
Proceeds from Family Day will fund TPAC’s nationally recognized and award-winning arts education programs that have served more than 2 million students, teachers, and adults in Tennessee.
Supporting the event is Ajax Turner, Barbara and Butch Eads, and TPAC Board Member Martha R. Ingram as Family Day Impact Partners, Chick-Fil-A as a Supporting Partner, and Christie Cookie and Tailgate Brewing Company as In-Kind Partners. Nashville Parent Magazine is the official Media Partner.
A center of learning in Tennessee for more than 40 years, TPAC serves tens of thousands of teachers and students from Pre-K through 12th Grade each year with access to live and virtual performances from local, national, and international artists and arts companies as well as arts integrated professional development, after-school theatre programs and more.