Andrew Jackson Hall

Andrew Jackson Hall, where our Broadway season is presented, is a spacious proscenium theater with continental seating. The stage is 130’10” wide and 53’1” deep with a 57’4” x 36’0” proscenium opening. An orchestra shell walls are available for use if desired. With a maximum seating capacity of 2,472, including 47 pit seats, Andrew Jackson Hall is TPAC’s largest facility.

For current rental rate information, fill out our Rental Information Form or contact us 615-782-4086 between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Maximum Seats:
Orchestra Pit (Rows A & B)*
47
Orchestra Level (Rows C & D)
60
Orchestra Level (Rows E-X)
938
Orchestra Accessible (Rows Y & Z)**
48
Tier
790
Loges
220
Balcony
369
Total Maximum Seats
2,472
Held Seats:
Orchestra Pit (rows A & B) (held)
47
Trouble Seats
10
Seats for TPAC Purchase
16
TPAC House Seats
8
Total Held Seats
81
Total Seats Available for Initial On-Sale Date
2,391
Total Maximum Seating
2,472
* These seats must be held until production requirements are established.
** Accessible seating locations will take priority over placement of light and/or audio consoles.

ALL LICENSE FEES AND RATES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.

License Fees Include:
Base rent
Sound and Lighting Equipment as Available (excluding followspots)
All Ultilities/Building Engineering
Dressing Room Facilities
Doorman 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday – Friday

In 2003, the lobby of Andrew Jackson Hall underwent extensive renovation. Features now include:

  • A three-story expanse of windows and two rounded balconies with stunning exterior and interior views.
  • An interactive work of art featuring a 40-foot floor mural in seven shades of blue terrazzo with a bronze statue of a boy overhead in the balcony.
  • A 30-foot-wide wall of water known as “Tennessee Falls”
  • Two elevators, three times the number of facilities in renovated restrooms, a box office counter and other customer conveniences.
  • A video plasma screen system in the lobby featuring previews of upcoming performances at TPAC and a custom-designed marquee at Sixth Avenue and Deaderick Street in downtown Nashville.