FAQs

When did the Brown County Music Center open?
The first act was scheduled for August 24, 2019. Vince Gill was the opening act.

Where and how can I purchase tickets?
Tickets are available on our website, browncountymusiccenter.com, ticketmaster.com and on-site at the Box Office.

Can I bring a bag? What is security like?
The Brown County Music Center is committed to providing a safe and secure environment for our entertainers, guests, staff, and volunteers. At each event the Brown County Music Center will have a security check point set up before entering the venue. Patrons will be scanned with a metal detector, and bags will be checked prior to entry. No bags larger than 4.5″x6.5″ inches will be allowed beginning October 4th, 2019. You may bring a clear plastic bag to hold your belongings. You will be subject to a search before entering the venue. Law enforcement and video surveillance is used at all Brown County Music Center sponsored events. If you have questions or concerns please contact the audience services manager, Andrea Swift-Hanlon at audience@browncountymusiccenter.com, or by calling 812-988-5323.

   






How is parking going to work?
The Music Center is located within walking distance of major hotels and a short stroll down the Salt Creek Trail from the Village of Nashville. There is a gravel lot onsite that allows for convenient at door drop off for your passengers. While parking at the Center, please be prepared for potential mud.

Will there be events other than music, if so what kind?
The Brown County Music Center plans to host community events. If you have inquiries about booking the venue please reach out to
director@browncountymusiccenter.com

How can I get involved?
We are looking for outgoing, helpful, friendly volunteers at the music center! Apply online or other inquiries can be directed to director@browncountymusiccenter.com

How will the Brown County Music Center benefit the community?
The BCMC plans to locally source as much as it can and with all of the tourists coming to the venue, we are hoping many will stay to enjoy all that Brown County has to offer. Plenty of places to stay, eat, drink, explore and shop makes Nashville a great destination for music lovers to stick around and enjoy!

How is the project funded?
The project has been funded through a loan secured with the State Bank of Lizton, using the Innkeepers Tax as collateral. Should things come to the very worst the community will not suffer the weight of the loan, the property will be in the hands of the bank.

What is Innkeepers Tax?
The Innkeepers Tax is a 5% tax that is charged on overnight rooms rented for less than 30 days. The tax is collected from the Visitor, by the Innkeeper, and paid to the country treasurer. That tax can only be used to promote tourism in Brown County as outlined in IC 6-9-14.

Brown County Music Center
200 Maple Leaf Boulevard
P.O. Box 35
Nashville, IN  47448

(812) 988-5323