Vince Gill to Open Nashville Music Heart This August
An indoor performing arts heart is ready to open this summer time in a southern Indiana vacationer mecca a decade after an arson fireplace destroyed its longtime music venue.
Govt Director Dana Beth Evans tells The Indianapolis Star the $12.5 million live performance corridor may have beer and household gardens and state-of-the-art sound and lighting.
Brown County attracts greater than three million guests every year to the country, forest-filled county.
However the county has lacked a giant live performance venue because the Little Nashville Opry venue was destroyed by a 2009 arson fireplace. That venue introduced in Johnny Money, Kenny Chesney and different large acts.