The Tennessee Performing Arts Center revealed this week its selections for the 2018-19 Broadway Season. The biggest news, of course, was that the Broadway smash Hamilton is coming to town next season, in 2019-20, but the upcoming season isn't anything to sneeze at.

“We’re so fortunate to have seven titles on our next Broadway season that are currently doing so well on Broadway in New York,” said Kathleen O’Brien, TPAC’s president and chief executive officer. “That says a lot about how robust the Broadway pipeline is and how successful we’ve been in securing the newest, hottest shows. Nashville is the home to world famous music and art, and we’re thrilled to bring a season of diverse, fresh and accessible titles as well as classic revivals and fan favorites for our patrons to explore and enjoy.”

Season tickets and group tickets are now available with an eight-show season package for the 2018-19 HCA/Tri-Star Health Broadway at TPAC series starting at $308. Season ticket holders get the best seats at the best prices and receive exclusive benefits including free ticket exchange, lower ticket processing fees, pre-sale offers and more. Season tickets are currently available now at Single tickets are available 10-12 weeks before the show’s engagement.

O&AN's Eric Patton attended the announcement and posted this live video across Facebook immediately upon learning of the schedule for 2018-19.



TPAC's 2018-19 Broadway schedule

SCHOOL OF ROCK: Sept. 11-16, 2018


THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA: Oct. 24-Nov. 4, 2018


ON YOUR FEET! Jan. 15-20, 2019

A BRONX TALE: Feb. 12-17, 2019

THE BOOK OF MORMON: March 12-17, 2019

ANASTASIA: March 19-24, 2019

ROCK OF AGES: April 12-13, 2019

HELLO, DOLLY! April 30-May 5, 2019

MISS SAIGON: June 4-9, 2019

FIDDLER ON THE ROOF: June 25-30, 2019







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