HCA/TriStar Health Broadway at TPAC series and special presentations feature the best of Broadway, including new hits and popular favorites.
TPAC serves diverse audiences with a variety of touring productions, concerts, comedians, dance performances, and unique special guests.
The most versatile venue in Nashville, the historic concert hall is home to shows for all ages and interests.
Presenting classical and contemporary works, the professional ballet company leads the way for dance and choreography in Tennessee.
Creating legendary productions with national and international stars, it is among the most successful regional opera companies in the country.
Home to a thriving community of artists generating exciting new work, it is the leading, professional regional theatre in Middle Tennessee.
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Preview the content of this show at the links below. If you have questions, please call TPAC Box Office at 615-782-4040.
There are no “lap” tickets available. All patrons, regardless of age, will require seated tickets.
Review: ‘SpongeBob SquarePants,’ a Watery Wonderland on Broadway
“Spongebob Squarepants: The Musical” is the Surprise Hit of the Season
Broadway Review: ‘SpongeBob SquarePants,’ the Musical
Review: ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ now swims with the Broadway sharks
SpongeBob SquarePants is a bubbly musical delight – Palace Theatre, New York, review
Broadway Review: Warner Bros Bets On ‘Charlie And The Chocolate Factory’ Redo
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: EW stage review
‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’: Theater Review
‘Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’ Broadway Review: Christian Borle to the Rescue
‘Summer’ review: Donna Summer’s songs are the hot stuff
Summer: The Donna Summer Musical will make you ‘Stamp Your Feet’: EW Review
‘Summer’ Broadway Review: It’s Winter for Queen of Disco Donna Summer
Review: ‘Escape to Margaritaville’ provides fun for Buffett fans and the masses
Jimmy Buffett’s Escape to Margaritaville musical will give you a light buzz: EW review
‘Escape to Margaritaville’: Theater Review
Visit our Hamilton FAQ page.
The show contains some strong language and non-graphic adult situations.
Hamilton is appropriate for ages 10 and up.
No child under age 3 will be admitted.
Review: ‘Hamilton,’ Young Rebels Changing History and Theater
Review: ‘Hamilton’ makes the most of its Chicago shot
Review: ‘Hamilton’ finally comes to Minneapolis and, yes, it’s great
‘Hamilton’ Triumphs In Boston – The Opera House Is The Room Where It Happens (Finally)
Theater Review: ‘Hamilton’ lives up to buzz at The Bushnell in Hartford
Review: Whose ‘Fair Lady’? This Time, Eliza’s in Charge
‘My Fair Lady’ Review: Grown Accustomed to Success
Broadway Review: ‘My Fair Lady’
My Fair Lady at Lincoln Center Theater Broadway, review – an Eliza for the MeToo movement
My Fair Lady returns to Broadway with a captivating new Eliza: EW review
Recommended for ages 5 and up.
Review: ‘Once on This Island,’ Revived and Ravishing
‘Once on This Island’: Theater Review
Once on This Island is a joy – filled Caribbean escape on Broadway: EW review
Broadway Review: A Glorious, Timely Revival of ‘Once On This Island’
Review: ‘Once on This Island’ on Broadway: Lovely, timely, touching one heart at a time
Dear Evan Hansen makes a triumphant arrival in Los Angeles: EW review
Review: A social media star is born in ‘Dear Evan Hansen,’ as the hit Broadway musical arrives in L.A. in tip-top form
‘Dear Evan Hansen’: Theater Review
“DEAR EVAN HANSEN” EXCEEDS EXPECTATIONS
Ascend Amphitheater is located at 310 First Ave. S. Click here for directions and parking.
All performances are rain-or-shine. In the event of severe weather, click here for updates.
All bags will be searched upon entry.
Lawn chairs higher than 9″ off the ground will not be allowed into the amphitheater. Low-back lawn chairs, blankets and stadium seating cushions are allowed.
Click here for a complete list of items allowed into the amphitheater.
Click here to view seating and accessibility information.
Visit Ascend Amphitheater’s FAQ page for additional information, including concessions, camera policy, and box office info.
Click here to view a list of venue policies.
It means you’ll be unable to see the entire stage from those seats.
We sell these seats because for many fans the limited view is not a problem, and the tickets are clearly labeled at time of purchase (see photo below). Limited view seating varies event to event and could be something as small as a tiny corner of the stage being blocked from view. Please call our box office at 615-782-4040 for additional information on limited view seating.
Seats marked with “Limited View” during purchase path
Many shows impose ticket limits to allow as many people as possible to have equal access to seats. This is done as a deterrent to third party vendors, i.e. scalpers, who may purchase large blocks of seats and then resell them online at an inflated cost. The term “household” refers to any shared information on one or more accounts. This includes, but may not be limited to matching names, mailing and billing addresses, email addresses, phone numbers and credit card numbers. Any households that purchase more than the allowed number of tickets may have their order(s) refunded without notice.