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Tennessee Theatre Invites Community To Celebrate '90 Days For 90 Years'e




The Tennessee Theatre turns 90 years old on October 1, 2018. To commemorate the milestone, the Official State Theatre of Tennessee is celebrating over a period of 90 days. From September 29-December 31, the public is invited to attend and engage with the theatre through special anniversary events; giveaways; free tours and open houses; and a curated social media campaign that will include historical photos, fun facts and more.

“As we recognize 90 years of Tennessee Theatre history, we’re celebrating the memories and beloved experiences of millions of patrons, movie-goers, concert attendees, donors and friends,” Tennessee Theatre Executive Director Becky Hancock said. “The theatre experience truly is a community experience.

That’s why we’re extending the 90th anniversary celebration over 90 days, sharing unique experiences, free activities and fun information for everyone.”

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