The Musicians' Hall of Fame and Museum at the Historic Nashville Municipal Auditorium  is an indoor sports, concert, and trade show venue in Nashville, Tennessee, which also houses the Musician's Hall of Fame and Museum. Constructed in 1962, the Auditorium was the first public assembly facility in the Mid-South with air-conditioning.

The walls of the upper and lower concourses are decorated with enlarged ticket stubs for events and concerts the auditorium has hosted between the venue's debut in 1962 and 2010.

The venue continues to serve niche concert markets, such as alternative rock, rock 'n' roll, heavy metal, pop, R&B, urban, oldies and Hispanic concerts. It also is host to athletic, religious and youth events, as well as, trade show and expo’s.


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Musicians' Hall of Fame and Museum

On June 4, 2013, the auditorium began housing the Musicians Hall of Fame and Museum. The museum was forced from its previous building as a result of the construction of the Music City Center. The Hall of Fame moved into the exhibition floor of the Historic Nashville Municipal Auditorium, and the official name of the entire building changed to Musicians' Hall of Fame and Museum at Nashville Municipal Auditorium.