- $19 for two general-admission tickets (up to $30 value)
- $12 for two general-admission senior, military, student, or music-educator tickets (up to $20 value)
The 2016 Sounds of Summer concert features a variety of artists, including the 2012 International Quartet Champion Ringmasters from Stockholm, Sweden. Also appearing are the Founders, a mens a cappella group founded in 2013; Vintage Mix, a mixed ensemble composed of four 15-year old quadruplets; and host Holly Thompson, a WSMV news anchor who has won multiple Emmy and Associated Press awards.
The Nashville Singers
In 2012, 2013, and 2014, The Nashville Business Journal’s “Book of Lists” ranked The Nashville Singers as one of the top ten performing arts organizations in Middle Tennessee. That’s impressive, considering the vocal group was formed less than seven years ago. In addition to sharing a commitment to excellence in vocal and choral performance, the group has awarded more than $10,000 in music-education grants and scholarships to hundreds of kids across Middle Tennessee. Their enthusiasm for excellent singing grew contagious, as the group has grown to 17 singers.
All volunteers, the Singers’ ages vary from 20’s to 80’s, with members who trek from Brentwood, Franklin, Hermitage, Hendersonville, Mount Juliet, Nashville, Portland, Smyrna, and La Vergne to join their brothers in harmony. Together, they’ve serenaded thousands, even catching the ear of major figures such as Nashville mayor Karl Dean, Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam, and United States Senator Trent Lott. Adding to the celebration of the ensemble’s 5th anniversary, Mayor Karl Dean and Governor Bill Haslam declared November 23rd as Nashville Singers Day across Nashville, Davidson County, and the State of Tennessee.